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Old November 19, 2010, 12:03 PM   #2
BarbreJ
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Join Date: June 5, 2010
Location: St. Louis
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I think of the Progressive, Turret, and Single stage like this

Progressive= Varsity:
Faster, Quicker, and easier to make a mistake while learning. Typically takes some experiance to be competent at this level. Progressive presses do a function at all the stages everytime you pull the lever

Turret= Junior Varsity:
Not slow, not fast, and less complicated. Can still follow the steps fairly easy and if you have a good understanding problems are easily identifiable. Turrets bring a station the the round everytime you pull the lever

Single Stage= Pee Wee:
Slow, Very accurate, and the perfect place to learn all the basics and to build a good foundation. Single stage you have to bring everything to the bullet. Unless you change something it will do the same thing everytime you pull the lever.


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