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Ben's book with standards for B class & GM level?


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#1 RMJack

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 05:16 PM

Hi,

 

I have these books from Ben

 

- Practical Pistol

- Dry Fire Training (not reloaded or part deux)

- Skills & Drills

 

A while back (9 months ago?), I made a reference sheet ( I thought from one of these books) that had a list of skills and the par time for B class and GM class performance. So it would be like 

 

Draw & 1 shot to A zone - 7 yrds   B class 1.1  GM .8  (something like that, I doubt these #'s are right)

 

But damned if I can find either my sheet or that type of information in these three books.

 

Have I lost my mind? Does anyone know what I'm talking about? 

 

I question my sanity at this point...

 

 

 



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Posted 19 March 2017 - 05:30 PM

Skills and drills part 8 has the adjusted B times
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Posted 19 March 2017 - 05:32 PM

Hi,

 

I have these books from Ben

 

- Practical Pistol

- Dry Fire Training (not reloaded or part deux)

- Skills & Drills

 

A while back (9 months ago?), I made a reference sheet ( I thought from one of these books) that had a list of skills and the par time for B class and GM class performance. So it would be like 

 

Draw & 1 shot to A zone - 7 yrds   B class 1.1  GM .8  (something like that, I doubt these #'s are right)

 

But damned if I can find either my sheet or that type of information in these three books.

 

Have I lost my mind? Does anyone know what I'm talking about? 

 

I question my sanity at this point...

 

Something like that in the first DF book with advanced times and stuff like that but really don't worry about what B class should do.  

 

GM is the high standard and just compare yourself to that.  


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Pistol Forum Subject Matter Expert...  Which pretty much equals B class at Doodie Project


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 06:31 PM

Thanks Peally & SME,

 

You're right, found both the GM & Class B stuff. 

 

Regards,

Francis






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