Rick and Steve are back to talk about the history behind the Vickers scoring method and discuss the options that one might think about when deciding how to shoot a stage. They illustrate the risk / reward factors by diving into the thinking process that goes through shooting an example stage.
Are you learning from watching yourself shoot? Do you keep tabs on how you're doing when you compete? Rick and Larry have been shooting for more than a decade and they discuss how they keep track of their individual performances in competition.
You can download the excel spreadsheets that Larry spoke of here : http://www.powerfactorshow.com/files/larryperftemplates.zip
If you don't have EXCEL or prefer to use this on Google Docs, you can get to the spreadsheet here : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Am4pDqLltXKfdGgybTRFQ0lpZEFZd19oeEo1b2wtZHc
(Thanks to JohnM for converting it to Google Docs)
This is Part Two of the USPSA Range Officer episode. Rick also answers the trivia question he posted a few weeks ago about weight limits in an IDPA division. We also have another giveaway.
This week is part one of a discussion that Rick and Steve have about the USPSA Range Officer or RO. This is a follow up episode to the IDPA Safety Officer episode we've done in the past. Are you an RO? Do you have the interest?
IDPA Safety Officer Episode : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g5T-lLJRTg
Rick and Caleb discuss the different ways of obtaining awards and prizes at shooting matches, from performance based to the luck of the draw. Which do you prefer?
Here are the winners for the Safariland Mag pouches :
1. Paul Bissman from Facebook
2. r1dv of YouTube
Thank you all for participating! We'll have more giveaways in the near future.