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Thread: 2020 Practice (dry and live)

  1. #121
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    15 minutes dry practice with the new G45 MOS.

    Gabe White's

    3 triggers
    Sights meet trigger 1
    Sights meet trigger 2
    Michael Swisher

  2. #122
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    Live fire.

    New G45 MOS waiting on optic.

    Rangemaster 200 point warm up. It was during this I found that my aging eyes do not care for factory Glock sights in the fading light.

    Blake drill 10 yds
    Draws to 3X5 at 10 yards
    Draws to A zone 7 yards.
    Michael Swisher

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    Got a timer this week and took it to the range for the first time today. I think it could be a game changer for me as far as getting measurable data on my progress.

    However I quickly learned that I should not try to hit the times that the drills indicate, but rather focus on good hits, record how long it took me and work towards those faster times while maintaining accuracy.
    Anything is possible

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    Some video of Royce from Saturday's range session.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    abright@ccrtc.com

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    This is a little video from last Saturday. I was testing the Beretta 1301 Comp shotgun for a review in Frontsight magazine. It was great fun to shoot and ran like a scalded dog. Royce and I did some AR stuff that we do not normally get to do. Had a good time and got a little better.

    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    This is a little video from last Saturday. I was testing the Beretta 1301 Comp shotgun for a review in Frontsight magazine. It was great fun to shoot and ran like a scalded dog. Royce and I did some AR stuff that we do not normally get to do. Had a good time and got a little better.
    When I watch you shoot I'm reminded of when you teach in class about shot "cadence". You make it look easy. I'm not there, but with time and reps, I will get better.

    Glad to see you out and about.
    Anything is possible

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    Mounted the SRO to the G45 tonight and then did some draws and trigger control drills.
    Michael Swisher

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    Did some live fire yesterday. Worked on precision shooting with carry gun, worked at distance with Limited Gun, worked on trigger control precision with .22 pistols shooting shot shell hulls. Worked on transitions with Limited gun. Worked on call shots and more grip with the weak hand in order shoot at speed and keep rounds close together on target.

    Picked up brass, and have brass sorted for tomorrow's trip to scrap it.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

    www.BrightFirearmsTraining.com

    abright@ccrtc.com

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    USPSA Range Officer

  9. #129
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    Got the SRO mounted on the G45. Sighted it in at 10 yards with minimal adjustments then went back to 25 for a 10 round group. Not super tight but all in the Black.

    Ran the MSP black belt standards after that. I was more like a purple belt today.
    Michael Swisher

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    I have been practicing reloads at home. Hold pistol up with both hands like I'm firing at a target, bring the gun into my workspace as I'm dropping the mag, grabbing a mag with my left hand, inserting it and back on target. Seems to be helping...however;

    Because doing it at home doesn't have me going to slide lock, at the range today on several occasions, I went to slide lock, dropped the mag, inserted a new one and got back on target. It all went smoother and faster than in the past before I started practicing. Except I didn't cycle the slide.

    The good news is that I see the value of dry fire. It really does work. And the lesson learned is to be careful what you practice.

    Since it would be tough to create a reloading session with the gun in slide lock, what suggestions do you have that could help?

    Mimic the movement of cycling the slide without actually doing so?

    Just shoot USPSA and learn to reload on a loaded chamber?

    Looking for input.

    As far as my live fire today, I did the same drills but didn't try to hit the times the drills set. I was slower, but not much and my accuracy improved in all but the drill where I shot 2 strings of 6 rounds.

    And I increased the distance on my failure to neutralize (Mozambique Drill) from 7 yards to 10. I didn't do as well. I use my Shield with irons for that drill.

    Finished the session with some .22 shooting the plate rack.
    Anything is possible

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