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Thread: Week 387: Modified LAPD D-Platoon Qual

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    Synthesizer backtrail540's Avatar
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    Nomad 9 lower/gen 5 mos upper with holosun. Haven defense holster on an enigma. closed front shirt concealment.

    Total score - 336 (4 points off PR) from holster

    25 - 52/60 under par
    15 - 51/60 under par
    10 - 58/60 under par
    7 - 58/60 under par
    5 - 59/60 under par
    3 - 58/60 under par

    Had a few instances where the clip slapped the timer and added extra shots, hence the extra hits showing on a few pics.

    Similar to last time, no completely clean (all 10's) runs vs last time but i didn't have any misses at 25. I like the gun well enough and continue to enjoy this as a staple most sessions. Next time I'll run it from the ready as intended.


    25 yards d2x3


    15 yards d2x3


    10 yards f2sx2


    7 yards f2sx2


    5 yards f2sx2


    3 yards f2sx2

    If you haven't ran this from the ready or the draw yet I recommend it. Covers a lot of ground in a short session. Probably best from the ready like the HiTS guys recommend it and as it is intended.
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    I've run this a few times lately with my gen3 G19 and irons. I typically score in the ~ 85% range, but sometimes break over 90% to pass. I lose most of my points at 25 yards. It's a good one.

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    I ran this today but with simulated cover (just a spare target in front of me but it created an obstacle to shoot around). From the holster for me with the same par times. For the three 25 and 15 yard strings I went right, left, kneeling right and from the 10 yard line in I did one string from each side.

    I ended up with a 316 final. That was with one 3x5 miss at 3 and a .05 over time shot that cost me 10 at 7. I can live with the ot but the 3x5 miss hurts. Either of those could have taken me to a passing 90%. But it was not to be.

    Points were attained as follows -

    25 - 55/60

    15 - 52/60

    10 - 58/60

    7 - 50/60 (60/60 but -10 for .05 ot)

    5 - 57/60

    3 - 44/60 (1 mike on 3x5)

    Still one of my favorite test or quals out there. I enjoy running it regularly and I'm glad that the HiTS guys shared it with us. I'll continue to modify it to meet my needs as time goes but it's just a great standard.
    Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them. - Einstein

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    G19 build w/ Swampfox Justice optic.
    From low ready, as per Mr. Dobbs.

    Score 299/83%. All shots under par times.

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    Always love shooting new drills! They show me what I'm lacking on, in this case, better shooting at the 25 yard line, as I missed 4 of those shots...was in way too much of a hurry, way under par on those.

    In fact, fired a 4 shot group after thr drill on a different target and the hits weren't terrible at all, just went too fast in the drill.

    No problems at all with the Mozambiques 10 yards and in...because I practice those alot. HA! The last 2 at 3 yards were 1.55 and 1.62, with good hits. And I think all the F.A.S.T. drills have paid off as well in that regard.

    My clustering over to the left indicates a need for more diligent dryfire, which I have not done much of lately.

    You guys who're scoring well in this out of the holster are studs, that's off to ya.

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    I ran the HiTS version from week 47 dotw (8" and 3x5) striving for 90%, scored hit or miss. Gear was an SSR with SRO and Nills drawing from a comp rig. I scored 32/36 hits, so just on the edge of goal. I love this gun and this drill is perfect for wheel guns!

    Times were -

    25 - 2.86 -1, 2.66, 2.73

    15 - 2.07, 2.07, 2.2

    10 - 2.87, 2.8

    7 - 2.35, 2.25 -1

    5 - 2.04 -1, 2.12

    3 - 1.74 -1, 1.81

    Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them. - Einstein

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    Ran it today SHO from the holster.

    25 yards (d2 to the 8", 4 second par)

    1. 5.31 -1 (3.48 draw)

    2. 3.97 (2.51 draw ) right in the center of the card/8". Proud of that! Now i just need to do it consistently!

    3. 3.38 -2 (2.15 draw)



    15 yards (d2 to the 8", 3 second par)

    1. 3.77 -1 (2.89 draw)

    2. 2.87 -1 (2.04 draw)

    3. 3.04 clean (1.99 draw)



    10 yards (d2 8" then 1 3x5 in 3.5)

    1. 3.56 -1 (2.12 draw)

    2. 3.45 clean (1.9 draw)



    7 yards (d2 8" then 1 3x5 in 3)

    1. 3.33 clean (2.03 draw)

    2. 3.33 clean (1.87 draw)



    5 yards (d2 8" then 1 3x5 in 2.5)

    1. 2.82 clean (1.77 draw)

    2. 3.2 -1 (1.86 fauled draw, hurried and lost it)



    3 yards (d2 8" then 1 3x5 in 2)

    1. 2.42 clean (1.59 draw)

    2. 2.48 -1 (1.65 draw)



    27/36. Not 90 percent for sure but a decent baseline. I think for me, i could add a half second to the freestyle pars and that would be a worthy goal for 90% when going SHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by backtrail540 View Post
    Ran it today SHO from the holster.
    I hate you.

    I tried it two weeks ago and found that I have problems even seeing the target well past 10 yards.
    Skill and experience weigh nothing, and you have them with you all the time.

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