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  • Re: Practice Time
    • Ken Smith from PA (no login)
      Posted Nov 11, 2006 4:59 PM

      I'd love to be able to shoot more. I'm not a great shot, I'm still stuck in expert. After this coming year I'll prolly realize that to make Master I need to shoot a LOT more.

      I always seem to find a way of screwing up a good score during a match. I'm looking at results from a revolver match back in 2000 where my 1500 scores were 239/179/(210)/238/584=1450. I flubbed match 3 with that 210, otherwise I could have been nipping at the heels of Master Class. Looking at past scores I've shot Master Class if I combined all my personal best scores per match. That tells me I'm close, but need to put it all together for a complete 1500 match. Stay focused.

      I shot match 3 today in a quick practice session on my way into town. I forgot my ground mat so I just alternated right and left hand standing barricade at the 50. 12 shots from each hand. I shot a 228-8x. I was happy with this, hoping to pick up a few points from prone and sitting. I need to get to dropping less than 10 in match 3 practice. Match pressure always causes me to loose more points compared to practice sessions.
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