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Best tip from the Masters

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Fonzy, Sep 18, 2004.

  1. Fonzy

    Fonzy

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    best tip you've gotten that significantly improve your shooting/game.

    question is a little bit general, but care to share anyway?

    fire away ^c

    :cool:
     
  2. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dito madami ka mapupulot na mga tips for improvement. Medyo mahirap lang mag-filter ng information kasi ang dami-dami talagang materials to read. Tiyagain mo lang. Treasure trove of info for those who want to improve their shooting skills!

    Brian Enos' Forums

    If you are really serious to improve fast, invest ka sa shooting coach. Very expensive in the short term, but the learning curve will be shortened! Nasa 10k per module siguro.
     


  3. Fonzy

    Fonzy

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    hey, thanks eye cutter (i owe you two - dumating na jr speed ko :) )

    here are some points that i'm trying to inculcate (tama ba spelling ;f ) in my newbie mind:

    - the all important four basic rules of safety
    - don't rush out and spend on equipment (ask the experts from bogs first)
    - forget speed (for the meantime), it's the safest for beginners
    - forget time, concentrate on target
    - not blinding speed but smoothness
    - if in doubt, fire away! (joke ;f ;m ;Q)



    :cool:
     
  4. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dr. B. Eye
    correct! aralin mo muna proper stance, grip, trigger feel, what the sights look like when the gun recoils, precision and accuracy. graduate ka unti-unti sa mag change, drills, shooting stong hand, weak hand, prone, kneeling, crouching, movers, etc.

    once you've mastered the basics, you'll find that the shooting becomes natural. you don't have to work on speed really. as my tagline says, shoot slow, fast! you have to see and know each and every shot as you pull the trigger. where the sights were in relation to your target as the gun goes bang! pag alam mo ganun parati, you can't miss. that's calling your shots.

    tapos, yung mga ibang tricks and trade secrets, unti-unti mo na matututunan!

    tapos, don't be turned off by the equipment race. Basta 100% reliable ang pistol mo, kahit 13 or 15 rounder lang mag capacity, competitive ka pa rin. tignan mo si sec. ppts! he uses a G19 for comps but he always places in the top spot! Ang importante, master mo ang gamit mo.

    always ask what you can't and don't understand. Hindi maramot ang majority ng ipsc shooters!
     
  5. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dr. B. Eye
    what model jr speed did you get? yung copy ng cr speed or yung bagong gawadini (amadini ghost/limcat) style?

    you're a medical representative? what pharmaceutical company? meron ba tayong mga samples dyan??? hahahaha!!! ;f
     
  6. Fonzy

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    - sir yung copy ng cr speed, galeng ni jun (improved version)


    - sa nutritional side ako doc, gatas ng ina - este para sa baby pala ;P


    para di OT sa thread...

    i should learn to crawl before i walk, so speed is not particulary that important for me (as of now). sabi mo nga, master the basics first!

    :cool:
     
  7. bagito

    bagito tanod

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    amen;W ;W ;W
     
  8. julianz

    julianz toxic master

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    sand castle
     
  9. Allegra

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    About speed, basically tama yung kalimutan muna ang bilis
    But, you can spot talented beginners right away sa bilis nila
    Madami mikes, puro kanto , walang control but you know right away this guy is gonna be good
     
  10. Fonzy try mo pre na sumama sa mga weekend practice shoots ng LAGCOM and dont be shy. I bet they are more than welcome to give you some pointers. Try to ask ninong Puling or Ochit Amante for some pointers and by the way ano nga pala gamit mo pre? 1911 or sa production class ka? Thanks.;f
     
  11. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Kamusta na ba ang LAGCOM?
    Madami ako kaibigan dun
     
  12. doctabako

    doctabako Gun Aficionado

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    One of their shooters, Roel Mayol now shoots with us, having been assigned at the NPC plant in Calaca.
     
  13. atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    mga sir,
    tanong ko lang sana which is a better holster yung jr speed or JETHRO? i have a glock22 i'm with 7 lakes gun club, newbie also THANKS!
     
  14. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Oops, yung mga luma ang kakilala ko eh
    Diloy, Ochit, Ruel etc
     
  15. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dr. B. Eye
    eto pa best tip:

    the most expensive equipment does not mean the best equipment for you. get equipment that fits you and your shooting style. and make sure it is 100% reliable. No.1 turn off in ipsc e pag jam ka ng jam! that goes for your ammo, too!
     
  16. mc_oliver

    mc_oliver

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    Hands down JR. Ang layo ng quality ng plastic. ;)
     
  17. jasonub

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    fronzy, if you want personal shooting instruction, i dont charge much;f
     
  18. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    at hwag ka m_colikot sa baril;f pag pumuputok, ayos pa yan;z