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Thread: Week 405: F.A.S.T.

  1. #11
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    Join Date
    Oct 2014
    Location
    Savannah, GA
    Shot this as a warm up the other day.

    First run, stock G19 from AIWB concealment: 4.07. Got hung up a little on shirt on reload. (1.38 draw, 1.74 reload)

    Second run, stock G19 from AIWB: 3.74 (1.41 draw, 1.36 reload)

    Third run, stock G19 from AIWB: 3.69 (1.33 draw, 1.40 reload)

    Fourth run, stock G19 from strong side carry, open front concealment: 3.55 (1.40 draw, 1.21 reload)

    Fifth run, SRO mounted on Gen5 34 (my CO gun), no concealment, USPSA production/CO gear: 2.91 (1.07 draw, .23 split, 1.09 reload, .18, .18, .17)

    Sixth run, SRO mounted on gen5 34, no concealment, USPSA production/CO gear: 2.84 (dropped 1 head box shot low trying to push the draw to sub 1 sec on the head shot).

  2. #12
    Three runs, PX4CC from a JM IWB 3 under an open fronted fleece vest

    10.32 -1H = 12.32 - badly fumbled 5.11 second reload

    8.89 -2H = 12.89 - badly fouled 3.39 second draw (Im starring in A Fistful of Shirt)

    7.90 -1H/-1B = 10.90 - clean but failed to confirm sights

  3. #13
    Self Diagnosed with PII
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    Nowhere
    Glock 19 gen 5, holosun
    Enigma with Haven Defense holster

    Cold, deliberate run -

    6.29 clean
    1.82
    .65
    2.79
    .37
    .33
    .33






    Pushing, shooting for a clean run, slightly more outcome focused.

    5.22 clean
    1.54
    .39
    2.61
    .24
    .22
    .22





    Damn the torpedoes!!! and simply going for sub 5

    7.72(4.72 raw + 3 seconds of penalties for -1h and -1b)
    1.49
    .35
    2.22
    .25
    .22
    .19




    Reloads were f'y per usual. Noticed a fair amount of excess movement. But later I tried it with an ssr with an sro and nills and I really don't know how to reload it with any sort of alacrity. One day i will get a case of 38 to dedicate to wheelgunning as it gives me the greatest joy! 1/4ish second splits with tight groups weren't terribly hard to achieve though.

    Anticipation! It occurred to him that his anticipation was more pleasant to him than his experiencing.

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