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Old 09-14-2011, 08:02   #701
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eto sya, still w/ bushing type barrel
simple lang

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Old 09-14-2011, 08:16   #702
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By far the most challenging COF i've seen out of all the videos you post sir PG. Ang daming swingers.. and swingers where visibility for it is while moving. VERY INTERSTING COF talaga. believe ako
sa video lang siguro parang mahirap pero kung nandun po kayo, ok lang, kayangkaya nyo yun, at mga full boards naman, saka may option parati to go slow or fast.
in the 1st day, I opted to go slow and conservative, ayun I had 2 Ms sa swingers
in the 2nd day, I went my usual pace, nawala mga miss
sa tingin ko, Im off my timing kung binabagalan ko.
Doon sa 2nd stage w/c jawel mentioned where i reengaged 2 successive fullboard targets, it was very clear I was off-timing, I was already countering the recoil ahead of the shot, kasi I was forcing myself to slow down and delayed my shots, ayun parang nagflinch.
This is usually what we encounter when we are too cautious in our shots because we dont want to miss and we go below our usual speed we developed in practice.
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Old 09-14-2011, 09:13   #703
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neat gun uncle pg!
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Old 09-17-2011, 08:49   #704
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Sir PG, i noticed that you didn't do any undercut under your triggerguard. If there's one thing lang talaga ang magagawa ko sa, is to customize that part. higher hold, more control.

Today, it sucks to shoot in a hurry. hahaha, i took the afternoon off to shoot at our local range. thinking that it would be more comfortable, i was wrong, there was a LOT of people today. As in. didn't expect it, and i had a 5pm meeting. crap, i had 3 hours, what do you do?? Shoot the hell out of it.

IT SUCKS... all 7 stages.. well, the short course wasnt that bad, but everything was in slow motion, coz i got lost in my game plan. Thats the last time i do that. MUST ALLOCATE TIME.. or not shoot at all :(
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Old 09-17-2011, 15:56   #705
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hoy!!! disclaimer sa mga advise ko! i will not be held liable for anything that comes out of my mouth which makes your pistol shoot like crap!!!

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Uncle PG saan ka nag bawas sa slide mo? Maybe you can share some pics? I'm sure it looks really good.
Si Ans magaling mag set up ng baril hehehe!!!
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Old 09-17-2011, 15:58   #706
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nice looking gun!!!! i agree with sandman, remove material under the area of the trigger guard much more comfortable! uncle PG do u think that if you change your barrel from bushing to bull will your gun shoot a little more flatter? or will it already affect your transitions considering your already have a heavy tungsten guiderod?

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eto sya, still w/ bushing type barrel
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Old 09-17-2011, 16:00   #707
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shot level2 yesterday at maimpis, trigger freeze galore!!!

3rd PADPAO Level 2 Trigger Freeze Galore!!!
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Old 09-17-2011, 23:34   #708
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Nice meeting you Sir PG and bro Ahtsay sa Karingal this morning!
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Old 09-18-2011, 06:30   #709
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shot level2 yesterday at maimpis, trigger freeze galore!!!

3rd PADPAO Level 2 Trigger Freeze Galore!!!
nice run ans, and good finish too..
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Old 09-18-2011, 18:46   #710
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salamat bro jawel!

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nice run ans, and good finish too..
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Old 09-19-2011, 04:58   #711
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Found this on Youtube - Battle Royale between Edward Rivera and Jethro Dionisio at BongBong Marcos Cup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfOcb...feature=colike

Wow!
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Old 09-21-2011, 00:22   #712
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Hi guys,

Heres the vids for the 2 lev 1 matches in Karingal and Villamor last Sun.
Also included was Ahts' run in a stage in karingal,
And some forum members and me shown comparing notes
nice meeting you guys! I really appreciate discussing lots of shooting concerns w/ you

http://youtu.be/CEs6IjCTsPM

and Ans, my gun has the tungsten sleeve in the barrel already
havent noticed any changes in my transition speeds, I guess my skill is not yet at that level to appreciate it
in recoil and muzzle flip, I notice its difference (lesser) when in practice, but donot notice any in the match. Maybe because of differences in focus between the two

very nice shooting in that lev 2 match in Maimpis!
Yung recovery fr trigger freeze mabilis din
Just like your splits
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Old 09-21-2011, 00:27   #713
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Found this on Youtube - Battle Royale between Edward Rivera and Jethro Dionisio at BongBong Marcos Cup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfOcb...feature=colike

Wow!
its really WOW!
Ive seen some of these runs in person
And noticed how effortless they were and not in a hurry to finish the stages
while we mere mortals exert a lot of effort to finish them asap
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Old 09-21-2011, 00:31   #714
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Sir PG, i noticed that you didn't do any undercut under your triggerguard. If there's one thing lang talaga ang magagawa ko sa, is to customize that part. higher hold, more control.
:(
I forgot it, thanks for reminding me
I;ve overdone it in my Glock 35 before so I will try not to over do it this time
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Old 09-21-2011, 03:55   #715
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Uncle PG, thanks for the video. Its really a great tool to help improve your shooting. All along I've been thinking I did a big mistake on the 2nd to last position wherein I had to take an additional step to the right and then crouch down again (the plan was to shoot all targets in 1 crouching position, before moving to the right onto the last shooting position.) However after looking at the video, it wasn't that bad. When I stood up, I didnt have to move much (just my left foot moving right) anymore to engage the targets on the right.....but I think you still beat me on this stage hehehe!!! Nice shooting as usual!!!
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Old 09-21-2011, 23:00   #716
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wala pa ako makitang results ng Karingal bro,
But beating or be beaten by you or anybody else is my farthest concern.
Its the performance that really counts.

the way I see it, in all my previous matches where I cranked near to my max, halos lahat ng stages ko may errors, mga 95% siguro.
Here in the Latest video, in 10 stages I had, lahat may errors so thats 100%
That includes re-engaging targets, fumbled re-loads, micalling a missed shot, feet in the wrong position that compromised effecient shooting, jumbled sequence of target engagements, etc...
If I could minimize these errors, how much match% can i save/earn? My stimate is 3-5%, and that is huge improvement already
If I wont mind these errors and continue w/ my experimental journey, think I could eventually improve better than 5%?
what do you guys think?
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Old 09-21-2011, 23:29   #717
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Depende what would be the causes of these errors
Is it really overspeeding
Parang hindi naman wild yung putok mo
Of course I can only judge thru the vid
Baka better visualization may help
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Old 09-22-2011, 00:27   #718
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i wish i had more free time to practice and shoot pistol. my last ipsc game was magnus cup and level 3 pa! hahaha! and before that it was in early 2010.

with regards to game improvement, it really is more mental than physical and a blend of speed and accuracy results in better scores in the long run
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Old 09-22-2011, 02:37   #719
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Uncle PG, maski 10% kayang kaya pa. If we nit-pick, sobrang daming pang places where we can improve. I think increasing our Alphas will mean an automatic 5% na, what more if we cut down sa time by eliminating small mental errors. I think 10% is a good and realistic target.
Allegra sa video if I watch myself shooting, I see a "slow" shooter. Parang ang tagal mag acquire ng sights, mabagal and takbo. Pero in reality I'm already going full speed that I don't even have time to think.
Doc you don't have to practice, just shoot matches, pareho na rin yun. I don't have time to practice either, so I just shoot matches on Sundays.
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Old 09-22-2011, 03:10   #720
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Nice meeting you again Uncle PG and ahtsay.

Thank you for the tips you two gave. Ibang klase talaga powers niyo.

Anyway just for funny comparison, here are some of my videos courtesy of Tripol-es of Team Alpha:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-NaAaWgW14
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GT4e...eature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tR9Br...eature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rc5IG...eature=related
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Old 09-22-2011, 05:44   #721
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Hi itch,
first time I saw you shoot in the video above,
Maganda runs mo bro, natural ang bilis saka malupit sa bakal,
Contineous practice at polishing pa, you should be there up high in the ranking.
Just saw the results in PPSA site, #11 ka, Ahtsay #6, CONGRATS!!!
Me, I was lucky naka 1st page pa ako, #44

Ahts, whenever theres a chance, for me mas maganda may practice pa din away from matches.
I usually do a lot of drills sa dry and live fire practice.
Its where I learn the core of the skills w/o the pressure of the match.
Kaso these past months, pareho na tayo ni Doc EC, wala time for practice so deretso na lagi sa matches.
Sa matches naman I learn to manage myself to perform the skills I had practiced. Its also the place where I put to test a lot of myself.
But I think, kung tuloy-tuloy practice natin away from matches, mas madali improvements natin.

Sir Allegra, I'll give more thoughts on my visualizaion
Your mere mention of it made me realize its been a while since I thought of it in detail
There could be more to it than I casually thought
Thanks bro
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Old 09-22-2011, 20:59   #722
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Itch nice runs! Ganda ng time mo sa gun on table stage, you beat me by 2 sec. I think you could have cut down around 0.5 seconds pa if you didn't run into the barricade as you were retrieving your gun. (did you notice something landing on your left shoulder right before the beep???) I also noticed you had a jam sa stage 3, is this normal? It shouldn't be though. "Normal" might be around 1 per thousand, and I think this is a little high pa. Most of my "jams" are magazine related and not cleaning my gun.
Uncle PG, sana katawan parang kay Itch hahahaha!!! Hinde na siguro ako parang madadapa everytime I run. Maybe I should audition for biggest loser. BTW, mali yung standing niyo na #44 unless they lost one of your score sheets. Dapat magka dikit lang tayo.

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Old 09-23-2011, 04:14   #723
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Uncle PG I think not all your scores were counted baka may nawala. Dapat dikit kayo ni Ahts. Bakit kaya?

Ahts hindi ko na nahalata whatever it is that flew to me on that stage.
My jam on one stage? My spent ammo did not extract fully. Baka old brass perhaps. That kind of jam on my gun doesn't happen naman very frequent.
Medyo nadistract nga ako after it happened. Tsaka pareho tayong tamad maglinis baka yun din Mas manipis nga katawan ko sa'yo ahts, mas mabagal naman ako sa'yo, wala din.

Sabi nga nung other shooters when Unlce PG shot at a stage, habulin daw namin yung time ng Senior. Mas mukha daw kaming Senior kung gumalaw si Uncle PG daw ang parang Junior sa bilis.
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Old 09-23-2011, 17:08   #724
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Thanks for your "vote of Confidence" guys
Mukhang may nawala nga na score sheets sa akin,
But its not the first time it happened to me
The more imprtant thing is I know how I performed in that match
And the experience should teach me for the better

Itch, tingin ko sa video mas mabilis ka kesa sakn w/o even trying
And your accuracy is very good. Remember marami half targets doon sa mga cofs and you shot them w/o much effort.
I think its better if you practice and balance it w/ the tachnical stuff and effectively combine the two
That should bring wonders in you game
You are young so its not that hard to do
Kelangan land dedication and perseverance
That is, if you are seriously commited to the sport.
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Old 09-24-2011, 18:53   #725
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I posted this in be forum yesterday.
I thought this could be of interest here.
This runs contrary to a lot of us serious about shooting who strive to shoot w/ 2 eyes open, w/c we believe is the best visual technique and superior to one-eye closed.

Im right handed, right eye dominant, its second nature for me to shoot w/ both eyes open. Im far sighted and use mono vision shooting glasses w/ the right lens adjusted for the f.sight and left lens for distance. My problem is in shooting reactive targets like plates and poppers, I struggle calling my shots. The instant the shot is fired, my left eye automatically focuses on the steel (w/c is clear to it) to verify a hit or a miss. No matter how hard I focus on the f.sight w/ my dom. eye, the instant I fired the shot, I lose the f.s focus in favor of the target. So I cannot really call my shots most of the time. Ive been on this for several years.

Yesterday, I tried closing my left eye as I aim on steel and fired, and ...eureka!!! I could call my shots on the plates in almost all my shots. It seemed the other eye being clear on distant targets sees a lot that it distrac my dom. eye's focus on the sight pic and effectively prevents my dom eye to see the sights as the shot breaks. I noticed also that I could see my sight pic more precisely than before, like the smallest movement of the sights relative to the target w/c I dont usually see when using 2 eyes open. And as the shot was fired, I saw the f.sight unmoving w/ the muzzle flash in the background then lift off. I dont usually see these w/o a lot of effort on my part. Its my first time to shoot w/ one eye closed so Im having a hard time doing it w/o conscious effort.

Now I dont know w/c system is best for my shooting
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