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Times for plates@Orlando (B. E. Carver)

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Ian, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. Ian

    Ian Millennium Member

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    Best times seems to be 11.34 seconds to Mr. B. Carver. ;D
    With Mr. Legardera a close second 12.26 (A.C.)
    Congratulations Sirs.
    What is unbelievable though, is that it seems (if I am correct) that your time was better than all the open shooters ^5.

    May I ask which compact Glock you used?
     
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    Ian Millennium Member

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    Oh no...;J
    I didn't know that you could load 11 rounds in the mag.
     

  3. BCarver

    BCarver CLM Millennium Member

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    Ian,
    I was shooting a Glock 30 with only 7 rounds loaded. I was shooting 230 FMJ reloads shooting at near factory power factory. (730 FPS)

    The G30 is all stock with the stock trigger. I use fixed Heinie rear sights and a square post front sight.

    That little gun has always been good to me on the plates, delivering several 24 for 24 performances. My problem with the little gun is that I mess up on the far targets because I have not mastered the trigger with the short sight radius. I'm still working on it and hope to shoot a 39.00 this season.

    I messed up on my UL plate run and had a bad grip on the first run. I have relived that run several times and don't plan to do it that way again. ;) ;)

    Thanks,
    Bobby
     
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    Ian,

    Check the GSSF Hall Of Fame thread here for record match and stage performances.;)
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Bobby loaded 7 rounds per magazine in Major Sub. 6 plates in 3 seconds average is fantastic with any Glock.
     
  6. Ian

    Ian Millennium Member

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    Thank you, hadn't looked there.
    Best time for plates is 8.84 seconds.
    Thats an average of 2.21 seconds a run ;G
    We can get that good with iron sights?
    What is amazing to me is that with scopes and compensators, and all the gadgets, no one has beaten this time?
    Why are there no results for Dave Sevigny?
    What time can he polish the plates?
     
  7. DaleGribble

    DaleGribble Sandwich!

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    Some folks can get that good, but I sure haven't. My average is in the low 4's. Every once in a while I get one in the high to mid 3's, but that's the exception and not the rule.
     
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    Ian,
    I was shooting a G17 and factory 147 FMJ Federal American Eagle ammo.
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    Sights: Front: Heinie trimmed @ 0.100" and orange paint applied.
    Rear: Adj. bo-mar rear sight.
    I need to see (and trigger control) at 20 and 25 yds.
    Thanks,
    M. Lagardera
     
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    I can usually get in the high-4's low-5's (newbie), but like a Par-4 golf hole, the issue gets to be stringing 4 of them together. Goal this year is to do it with 24, no more. Geez, that's expensive when one takes 7-8 rounds. Just eats my lunch. ("focus, Daniel-san...")
    ;f
     
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    mr glock-fl

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    Yes- Congrads Bob, ;a

    If you think seeing the scores was cool, You should of been there to time them and watch them fall!!!!;P ;P
    Dave was on shooting Gallery and shot a 2.2 to show how to do the racks, I was behind them when they timed it-- just one run -no out takes.

    Mike