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rustytxrx
11-01-2012, 10:16
I have a g34 i use for IDPA matches. my glock is stock. out of the box at is one of the best buys for a practical pistol comp gun.

the drill : three mags load with 3 rounds. two mag holders on your weak side. you start with holestered pistol in combat condition 1. at beep draw and fire two to the body and one to the head. combat reload, two to the body and one to the dead. combat reload, two to the body and one to the head. target hanging at 50'.

a real good shooter will have splits in the sub .2 second. say in the 0.12 - 0.13 sec range. likely holding the 9 ring.

My splits are usually closer to 0.3 seconds. here is a target I shot this morning hell bent for leather on split times. Oooooo the target shows the poor resutls.

opps forget garphics will post in a minute

http://i1340.photobucket.com/albums/o727/rustytxrx/g34splits.jpg

rustytxrx
11-01-2012, 10:22
this is my usual 50' with say 1 second splits
http://i1340.photobucket.com/albums/o727/rustytxrx/2012-09-20104905.jpg

rustytxrx
11-01-2012, 10:24
i am in the middle of my second case of factory 124 gr. so some where aroune 1500 rounds. g34 has ran without failure of any kind.

Rusty
Texas, I luv u

rustytxrx
11-01-2012, 10:27
BTW the splits in the drill were running from .23 to .12 seconds. you know your are running the gun over your head when you can not call the shot. and yes I could not call the two head shot misses.

Rusty
Texas, I luv u

rustytxrx
11-01-2012, 10:37
actually I have another comp gun I haven't shot in a match yet but have been running some drills with. alas it is off topic for glock....a revolver. reloads take a lot of practice. often the course of fire will call for weakhand only shots (left hand if righty). that takes some practice

Rusty
Texas, I lu u

ronin.45
11-01-2012, 19:17
Glocks are very "fast shooting" guns. With the grip angle and low boreline they allow very quick follow up shots. I do love a revolver and you are correct about reloads needing practice. They are a whole different ballgame from reloading an auto.