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Old April 24, 2016, 11:07 PM   #1
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USPSA Renton April 2016 - Open Division (GoPro Hero4 Session Hatcam)

Do you remember that time when everything went bad? When everything didn't seem to go right? Yeah that was today. I couldn't seem to focus on shooting and felt mentally distracted the whole day.

I am definitely regressing. Two more club matches before Area 1 and this is what I bring to the table. Gotta get back on the practice train.


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Old April 26, 2016, 09:00 AM   #2
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I noticed your hit factors went way up on the Sunshine stages 4 and 5. Remember you have to use heavier bullets in the rain, just like when it's windy. And what happened with that classifier???? Uhuh, I know the sandbags are on the stage somewhere..Plus you know shooting is 95% mental and 50% physical...

DVC, but mostly C. I think you should post on BrianEnos.com, there's only like 3 hoser's that hang out on this forum
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