Every year one club in our section will run an all classifier match just before the season gets underway so folks can get classified for the big Area & National matches.
I only had one good stage, the rest were really sucky. Looks like I’m stuck at M 🙂
Just got notice that I got to A Class in USPSA for Open.
I was shooting for GM obviously but landed in A. I guess I should be happy. that said, this is 4 out of 7 classifications. The next one I shoot will make it 8 so it’ll take the best 6 instead of best 4. I think then I’ll drop back to B as one of my classifiers is a 65+%.
Time to practice and dry fire more. I’ll be gunning for the top as fast as I can.
Finally got to shoot an IDPA Classifier after shooting my S&W 625 JM revolver for almost a year. Didn’t do too well, wasn’t looking at the sights or not in the right frame of mind. Speed was decent but accuracy sucked a$$!
here’s the entire classifier in one video, including all the funny wheelgun banter with the SO Jay Tavares.
And the final scores, 125.20 in Enhanced Service Revolver (ESR) :
at least I got my classification and can shoot in the Washington State Championships next month, and no I’m not sandbagging!
Shot a classification match with the great folks at Black Diamond Gun Club. here’s my performance:
Tried twice last week to see what kind of classification I can obtain under the IDPA Skill classification for my gun category which is ESP or Enhanced Service Pistol.
Shot once at Black Diamond Gun Club with Jeff Phillips and Bill Davis. Great guys who are very patient and spend the time to coach me.
here’s the first classification score, made Marksman and missed Sharpshooter by 6 secs 😦
Few days later on Sunday, Jeff and Bill organized a full on classification match and I tried to see if I can do better.
I screwed up on Stage 1 with 3 missed headshots that cost me 15 down and that made me miss SharpShooter by another 6 secs. Consistent!! Overall time is much faster than my first classification :