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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by SCC, Sep 29, 2011.
whats your best run on the plates ?
WITH ALL PLATES DOWN
My best plate run was in Richmond, VA 2003, total time of 21.70, or a 5.425 second average per string. It's been downhill ever since.
single string is an official 1.93 best 4 runs is a 10.30.
Best single single string run is 2.64 sec. in Columbia SC. 2011.
Total run was 12.06 sec.
Best ever is probably around 2.6 single string, best run in a match around 12. I usually just try to be consistent around 3.3-3.4 and go 1 for 1 every time, am happy with 13-14 total run on the plates.
3.6 and I dont feel it could ever be faster. Seems impossible.
15.53 at Morganton with my Competition Entry. That's a 3.88 average. I think I had one around 3.5 though.
10.65 with my Unlimited gun.
Best single plate rack was a 2.53 with a cmore equipped gun.
Best G26 time was 2.76
Best G17(stock) is around a 2.69.
Best 4 rack run was Conyers 2011, I just kept getting faster
My best plates run so far was Bremerton 2011... I have only been to 2 GSSF matches so far so I hope to get better. This was for Civ with a Glock 22:
2) 3.94 (broke 4 seconds, did this with no misses! So excited!)
20.53 second run which was a big improvement from my first match.
Total 10.08 for the 4 runs with the last run of 3.12. That's an average of 2.32 for the other 3. I think I heard a 2.28 of one of the runs. Orlando 2009.
13.02 with my G26
Best single 2.67 also with my G26.
My G34 is jealous, 13.32 with a best of 2.70.
So much for all that,"longer sight radius" talk.
2.25 w/UL gun, 10.27 best total.
2.32 w/17, 10.50s best total.
2.50s with 30sf, not sure what best total is.
My all time favorite plate run was this last weekend in Conyers. Mid 2s, mid 2s, mid 2s, then 6s with a plate standing, that was fun!
In a GSSF match? 4 runs averaging just under 4s each.
20.68--That's for ALL FOUR Runs, BTW--Griffin, GA, 2011--MAN, I NEEDS to PRACTICE Me Some PLATES!!!... ....mikey357
I don't do this often, but I will now give out advice on the plates.
You gotta be like Luke on the Falcon, where he was using the lightsaber on the practice droid. Just close your eyes and be one with the gun., it knows what to do
Seriously though, when you shoot the plates, if you are getting the PERFECT sight picture, you are shooting too slow. Good trigger control with the front sight in the plate and you should be rockin' and rollin'.
Actually I don't shoot the the Plates. I have a 3 legged monkey that dresses up like me to shoot the plates and I can't post his scores.
oh come on
Just take a look at the Plate Scores under my name and you will be a believer.
No way am I ever going to post them again.
Now to be completely honest I will have to say I did have one fair trip to the plates. It was in 2004 at the Carrollton, TX match with my G17L and Red Dot. I shot a 3.40, 3.99, 4.26 and 2.77 for a total of 14.42.