I shoot multigun once a year, last time being Aug 2014. This is my 2nd time ever shooting Multigun in the Tactical Division. I sold my Glock 17 so I have to run my 19 this time which is so small I actually pinched my palm during a reload.
Not sure where I placed, I doubt it was very good as I have 3 big penalty stages. Doesn’t really matter though, I shoot this for fun and boy it was. My shotgun reloads need a ton of work/practice if I’m to get into this seriously.
For now, I’ll stick to USPSA Open Pistol.
Today’s stages were fun with lots of interesting angles and shots. While I took the match win by the skin of my teeth, I wasn’t very happy with my performance. I felt very uneasy shooting these stages and was inefficient with my movements.
I was going for “Hero or Zero” on the classifier and I lost which was pretty hilarious to watch. *lol*
Things happen really fast in the sport of Practical Shooting especially in the USPSA Open Division. Here’s a look into what a fast mike would look like. Everything seems fine at first when you see it in full speed but the nasty buggers reveal themselves when you slow the action down.
As the shooter, I couldn’t tell if was a mike, I called it as a hit and moved on. Wish I had the FLASH’s power.
Great match, fun stages and squad. I wish I did better… had a mike on so many stages and no-shoots too. Need to focus and concentrate on the dot a bit more. Trying a new format for the video, let me know if it’s distracting and prefer the PIP view.
Series / Slot matches are the slightly more important matches where shooters get to compete in a series of matches to determine overall placing over six different clubs. They stand to win cash prizes and an opportunity (slot) to go to the Nationals. Find out more at http://northwestsection.org
Great Match today. It drizzled a little but then quickly went away. The stages were well put together, super high hit factor all round. Lucky to come in 2nd place. Had a few minor screw-ups but no big stage bombs. Thanks to the Down Zero team for putting together another solid match!
I’ve been using the Frankford Arsenal Vibra Prime primer filler for a while now and I swear by it’s use. It’s the best time saving investment I’ve made after buying the Dillon 650XL case feeder.
here’s a quick video I put together that talks about the benefits and share some tips on how to use it effectively.
The Vibra Prime will decrease your reloading time & make it more fun to reload ammo.
You can get one on MidwayUSA for a very reasonable price ~$44.00.