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    Week 333: 99 Drill

    Week 333: 99 Drill

    Results may be posted until September 9th, 2019.

    Designed by: JodyH
    Range: 7-15 yards
    Target: 3x5 or 4x6 card, see below for details
    Start Position: holstered, hands relaxed at sides, see below for details
    Rounds Fired: 99

    This was developed as a way to practice fundamentals (marksmanship at speed, draws, and reloads) with limited time and ammunition, using a repetitive "block training" format.

    7 yards, 2.5sec PAR: draw and shoot three (10 times, total 30 rounds)
    7 yards, 5.0sec PAR: draw, fire one, reload, fire two (10 times, total 30 rounds)
    10 yards, 3.5sec PAR: draw and shoot three (10 times, total 30 rounds)
    15 yards, 5.0sec PAR: draw and shoot three (3 times, total 9 rounds)

    Either 46″ or 35″ cards can be used as targets. The 35 version is obviously significantly more difficult. All shots must be fired before the end of the PAR time; shots fired after the PAR count as misses.

    The PAR times are based on running the drill from concealment or a legitimate retention holster. If you want to use an open top style range/competition holster, deduct one half second from the PAR for each string draw string and one second for the draw & reload string (2.0, 4.0, 3.0, and 4.5). If your range does not allow drawing from a holster, reduce the PAR for each string of fire by one second (so 1.5, 4.0, 2.5, and 4.0) and shoot it from a ready position.

    Please report the following when you post your results in this thread:

    Equipment used (pistol, holster, optional concealment garment if one was used)
    Target used
    Score for each of the four strings of fire
    Total score
    Anything you noticed

    Training with firearms is an inherently dangerous activity. Be sure to follow all safety protocols when using firearms or practicing these drills. These drills are provided for information purposes only. Use at your own risk.
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    PF9C
    DiY IWB holster, run strong side (gotta maintain proficiency in that position, as I still carry that way at times)
    Target: 4x6
    Concealed, untucked t shirt
    124gr plated RN over 4.1gr Titegroup

    Stage 1: total time 30.84, avg. Time per string 3.03
    9 actual misses, 15 shots over par (considered misses, I know)

    Stage 2: total 60.62, avg string 6.07. 11 actual misses, 17 shots over par

    Stage 3: total 30.81, avg string 3.09. 10 actual misses, 0. shots over par

    Stage 4: total 13.73, avg 4.58. 6 actual misses, 0 shots over par

    Total time 136.0

    This was stage 3:
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    The time hacks are tough, for me. Pretty sure I'd just get more actual misses if I focused on getting all the shots in under par. I'm happy with my results, and it IS a good skill level indicator.

    I think alot more dryfire, included with presentations, will make it possible to get the speed without sacrificing accuracy. Nothing new there, of course!
    Last edited by ViniVidivici; 08-11-2019 at 01:05 AM.

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