September Rangemaster Newsletter

Discussions and Reviews of Training of all types. Firearms, Unarmed, Edged and Improvised Weapons.
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Tom Givens
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September Rangemaster Newsletter

Post by Tom Givens » Mon Sep 02, 2019 5:28 pm

The September issue of Rangemaster’s monthly newsletter has been posted at

https://rangemaster.com/wp-content/uplo ... letter.pdf

We hope you find the information useful.

Tom Givens

ADulay
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Post by ADulay » Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:57 pm

I think I tried one of your earlier "drills" and it was a good time.

After I figure this one out, I do believe I'll give it a go!

Had to read the description a few times to understand what the heck we're doing there.

AD

ADulay
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Post by ADulay » Sat Sep 07, 2019 10:22 pm

Tom,

Finally found some free time to at least give your September challenge a try as it sounded different from most of those drill type things.

At first I went straight to my "drop mag" and reload schtick when the first malfunction happened. They're right, you do revert to your base training in an "emergency" (hehehe).

Once I talked myself through the procedure to just eject and continue to fire, the times started to come down.

Ran it 10 times, or at least until there didn't appear to be any quicker times available, to me.

10.43
9.63
9.02
8.37 (man, I'm smokin' now!)
9.31 (uh, back to reality)
8.43
8.59
8.63 (should have quit here)
9.01
8.75 (as good a place as any to stop for the evening!)

Thanks for the drill and I think I'll incorporate a good part of it in next week's IDPA match.

AD

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