Look at Jerry, taking on the 500 magnum.
it’s not the fact that he can rapid fire 5-shot of that 600+ power factor ammo, but look closely during the slow-mo segment, look at how the gun moves around a little until he shoots it. We all have the same problem when we try to make small adjustments to align the sights, or to try to stop our muscles from twitching etc.
Jerry is no different but look at what happens when he starts to apply pressure to his trigger, the gun freezes, dead, and on target and never moves until he completes the entire trigger pull and the shot goes off. It’s like his brain is telling all the other muscles and tendons on his hand and arm to hold still and give his trigger finger the right of way.
Ah. Ma. Zing!
Nothing is better than shooting a match for Charity. Toys for Tots is a great one to be able to support. Had a great time but it was super-cold and I’m totally blaming my lackluster performance on weather. 🙂
Even my camera refused to work on four of the stages.
This Hybrid charity match was setup by the Down Zero Team here in the Seattle area. This match is a charity event to benefit and raise awareness for prostate cancer and other male cancer. All proceeds collected will be donated to the Movember non-profit organization and the Prostate Cancer Foundation on behalf of the Northwest Men.
8 USPSA type stages but using IDPA time-plus scoring which forces everyone to be very accurate as one point down = half a second. It’s VERY painful when you run a stage in typical USPSA style and get 11points down.
That said, it was a fun match, great weather, super cold though. I managed to squeeze in a division win even after screwing up a few stages. You’ll see them on the video.
Read more about the two charities that this match is donating to.