Break me down
Posted 06 August 2017 - 06:53 AM
I also want the short bus riders input.
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Posted 06 August 2017 - 07:47 AM
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Posted 06 August 2017 - 02:04 PM
How were your hits on the first stage in the video? That looked like the only stage where you had a well-programmed and well-executed stage plan.
Were there any really good shooters at the match, preferably in a low-cap division, who put out videos?
Posted 06 August 2017 - 07:51 PM
It's a record ...
Fuck off CH3.
9 people today told me to fuck off and 1 was at church..
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To be sure of hitting the target , shoot 1st and call what ever u hit the target.
Posted 06 August 2017 - 09:11 PM
Dry fire more to clean up your gun handling. Missing reloads from the angle and having to double tap the mag are not good. Couple second here and there total could be 5% in an overall.
You do a lot of stopping on what look like close and simple targets. You also do a lot of run over here, stop, shoot that. Run over there, stop, shoot that.
Shoot into position, shoot back out, never stop moving.
There was one time where you were on aimed on a target and moved like 3 steps straight ahead and shot, then turned and ran down range. I bet that target wasn't "that" far away you needed those steps. Probably could have just shot it (might have been a bit harder) and moved on.
Most people can hit 25 yard A zones all day long..but shoot 2 it in 2 second and things break down. Then when that difficult of a shot is presented in a match, or a partial at less, etc, you don't have the confidence so you take waaayyyyyy too much time on a target.
Shoot 500 rounds at 25 yards. Break it down over and over again. See far targets as small targets, whatever and soon you'll turn see brown behind the sights and hit it.
FWIW, I'm M in Production but my highest shooting level is GSSF Matchmeister.
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Posted 08 August 2017 - 09:11 AM
Sorry man I can barely watch my own shooting videos without getting bored. That and I'm a shitty prod A shooter so not much to add.
At the 1:06 mark with the narrow port you took an extra step for each target, getting nice and low and just pivoting with your feet and knees probably would have been less janky.
How'd you place overall and what was the heat at the match like?
Posted 08 August 2017 - 09:19 AM
Shooting looks generally solid assuming points were good. Cutting your stage time will come from moving more explosively, shooting your way into and out of positions, and increasing your visual processing speed. For the latter item, go out and force yourself to shoot drills at GM speeds (e.g., 2-second Blake Drill) to start getting a feel for what it's like to go that fast. You'll probably be dumping shots into the dirt, but that's okay. It will come.
Posted 08 August 2017 - 10:37 AM
Surprisingly solid effort for a B-class guy.
There is no single glaring issue that stands out to me. So continue to improve all the elements and manipulations.
You were too upright in some positions, which caused your transitions to be a little janky. So get lower and wider in your stance, which will also help when exiting and SOTM.
You can't afford to be hunting/pecking for targets, so nail down your positioning in walkthru + visualization. Set up in a way that you don't have to pick up your feet so much.
Try to conserve momentum, when practicable, through a stage. If you don't have to set up hard and flat-footed, don't.
Posted 08 August 2017 - 03:18 PM
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