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Does your classification represent your skill and/or match performance?

Many¬†of the major Action/Dynamic shooting sports, including IPSC and USPSA have what’s known as a classification system. This system ranks competitors, mostly in a way that’s related to their performance on standardized Courses of Fire. Some competitors expect their classification

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What you need to succeed in IPSC

Here’s a short overview of what you need to succeed in IPSC. It’s remarkably¬†simple.

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Shooting hardcover targets

When shooting hardcover targets, I’ve tended to aim at the middle of the available target. This can result in quite a few C hits. The following images illustrate a progression in changing my point of aim to get more points,

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Looks like an afternoon (or two) of fun

Today I’m done with phase 1 of my training programme, and will be proceeding to phase 2, which will be working on the more advanced and movement-based skills. It’s also time to really put these Frontier bullets through the wringer,

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Warming up felt good today

My standard warmup at 10 meters went well today.

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