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    Week 354: Four Corners

    Week 354: Four Corners

    Results may be posted until February 14th, 2020.

    Designed by: Gabe White
    Range: 5 yards
    Target: Six, numbered, two inch circles, download here - http://pistol-training.com/wp-conten...s-numbered.pdf
    Start Position: Holstered
    Rounds Fired: 24

    This will be a fairly simple live fire drill suitable for the constraints of many ranges, and will focus on upward, downward, and diagonal transitions on fairly difficult targets.

    If your range does not allow drawing from a holster, start from a ready position with the muzzle pointed off the target and add two seconds to your time for each string.

    You must shoot the targets in proper order each time.

    String 1: Shoot one shot each to the targets 1, 6, 3, 4
    String 2: Shoot one shot each to the targets 3, 4, 1, 6
    String 3: Shoot one shot each to the targets 4, 3, 6, 1
    String 4: Shoot one shot each to the targets 6, 1, 4, 3
    String 5: Shoot one shot each to the targets 1, 4, 3, 6
    String 6: Shoot one shot each to the targets 3, 6, 1, 4

    Your score is the number of hits you made (out of 24) divided by your total time for the six strings of fire. So for example if you get 23 hits and shoot it in 25.55 seconds your score is:

    23 25.55 = 0.80

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

    Equipment used: gun, holster, concealment (if any)
    Number of Hits
    Times
    Total Score
    Observations: 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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    Cz 75 SP01 Tactical, belt slide holster, winter vest for concealment

    Total points: 17
    Total time: 25.09
    Score: .6775

    Very difficult drill, at least for me.
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    HK P30v1
    Concealed in a JRC CDA II, under a button down
    SB115

    Shot first with a focus on speed over accuracy
    18 points in 24.43 seconds for a hit factor of .73

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    Shot next with a focus on accuracy over time
    21 points in 23.09 seconds for a hit factor of .90

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    Plan to put this one in rotation. Lots of room for improvement. Second attempt, run times were all very close. I want to say I can shoot it clean under 21 seconds. However, I might want to start by shooting it clean.
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    Site Supporter CCT125US's Avatar
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    Shot this again.

    P30v1
    Speer Lawman 147

    JRC CDAII AIWB from under a closed front vest.

    23 points in 24.43 for a hit factor of .941

    Times were:
    3.97
    4.12
    4.01
    3.98
    4.29
    4.06

    This was my first attempt at it today. I had run some other drills, and obviously just shot this yesterday. I will note that having the numbered circles is nice. Remembering a sequence adds complexity, and I mentally want to shoot the targets in the fastest sequence, not the stated sequence.

    Pretty sure this is at the limit of my function, currently.

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    Shot this today but we don't have a printer at home so I used the LTT targets I had available. Not sure how much impact that may or may not have had.


    Equipment used: Glock 19 in JMCK AIWB under a hoodie
    Number of Hits: 19
    Times: total time 41.05
    Total Score: .46
    Observations: I'm too slow to afford a miss too!

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    Shot it twice. Langdon PX4CC, JM Wing Claw 2.5 under a polo shirt:

    6.67/6.01/5.89/6.26/5.48/5.24, 13 hits in 35.55 = 0.37

    Tantalizing so I tried again:

    6.37/5.73/5.79/5.58/5.58/6.70, 18 hits in 35.75 = 0.50

    A lot of math so I probably wont do it much on my own. That said, I shot this right before the Guerrilla Approach Consistency drill, and was happy with the result (31.58, -1 or maybe -0 if I just shot the wrong dot). Then I shot the Casino Drill twice (23.44 -1, and 23.36 clean - despite about a one-second or longer brain fart- which are both PRs).

    If Mr. White does post this again, Ill try for 100% hits.
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    I reran this again today after printing the appropriate target.

    Glock 19 from JMCK from under a zipped raincoat.

    1) 6.29
    2) 5.85
    3) 5.13
    4) 5.00
    5) 5.47
    6) 6.01

    21 hits = .62

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    Ruger LCR in 22 Long Rifle with Hogue boot grip, stock front sight, and bulk Federal Champion plated HP from a Mika pocket holster starting with my hand on the gun: 16 hits in a total 36.49 seconds for a score of 0.438

    Individual string times: 5.75, 6.04, 6.48 (botched draw resulting in poor grip for a hot mess of personal failure), 5.94, 5.98, 6.30

    After this, I reloaded the snub and shot bally and dummy on two 1" squares and two 2" circles at five yards. Freestyle one shot at a square, spin cylinder, strong-hand-only one shot at a circle, spin cylinder, weak-hand-only at other circle, spin cylinder, weakside supported at other square, spin cylinder, repeat flow. In addition to ball and dummy at tiny targets, will work pocket draws to first hits on small targets. That should work my deficiencies in specific bites rather than just practice the test before revisiting this drill.
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    G19 gen4
    ALS on belt, no concealment
    18 hits
    Score: .41

    1 - 5.98
    2 - 6.46
    3 - 7.05
    4 - 7.52
    5 - 8.02
    6 - 8.76

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    Best I can do. I can go faster, but there's gonna be more misses.

    First time I tried this one, I got 21 hits, but the total time was something like 100+ seconds, math done, score of .18.

    I made the mental leap that this isn't a "pure" dot drill, and speed up. But I know my limits. I may try to shoot this faster, but I doubt it'll go well. For my own level 9f performance, I'm happy with this.
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    Service Glock 17 Gen.4 with a stock trigger
    Kydex Holsters: Misho Penev
    S&B factory ammo, PF>140
    Under a T-shirt & Adidas jacket

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    Times were:

    1. 5.18
    2. 4.70
    3. 4.46
    4. 4.52
    5. 4.46
    6. 4.53

    21 points; HF = 0.749
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