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Default USPSA GM Steve Anderson A.K.A. "The Dryfire Guy" is coming to SoCal (11/2, and 11/3)

USPSA GM Steve Anderson A.K.A. "The Dryfire Guy" will be bringing his Speed Mode, and Match Mode skills to Piru, CA this November 2nd, and 3rd.

This will be my second class with Steve, and I really can't say enough good things about his teaching style, curriculum, and the associated results. Most students walk away with a 30 percent improvement, and a solid plan to achieve their goals based on their current level of participation.

Size: 8 Students
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I missed the first one in February. I'm signing up for this one!

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How often is this class held? Money might be tight for me come November
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How often is this class held? Money might be tight for me come November
More often then not, classes with visiting instructors are typically just one off. That being said Steve did a class out here last November'18, and he's doing this one. So, for two years running it's been annual if that helps.

It really all depends if there is the interest, and a range available to host.

If you can swing it, I highly recommend it as it will change your perspective on competition shooting.
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More often then not, classes with visiting instructors are typically just one off. That being said Steve did a class out here last November'18, and he's doing this one. So, for two years running it's been annual if that helps.

It really all depends if there is the interest, and a range available to host.
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He was also here in early August for a class for a local USPSA club's members. "If you build it they will come."
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He was also here in early August for a class for a local USPSA club's members. "If you build it they will come."
Yea, thatís a good point. He was in Sandy Eggo earlier this month, and SLO for a private even before that. So I guess technically, thatís four times a year this year.
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Dumb question, what's he a GM in? Open?

I'm 100% on board that a GM could teach me a lot regardless of a division mismatch, just curious and I can't seem to google my way out of it
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Not only is he a GM in Open, but he is known for making GM in just 9 months by religiously doing drills 1-12 in his book Refinement and Repetition.
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I'm in. What are the logistics of the course?

-What time are classes
-Never been to piru, are there any special access/ membership issues?
- Looks like there's at least two shooting ranges down that road, which is it?
- any check in procedures like at front sight?
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I'm in. What are the logistics of the course?

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-Never been to piru, are there any special access/ membership issues?
- Looks like there's at least two shooting ranges down that road, which is it?
- any check in procedures like at front sight?
Awesome!

The class will be from 8-4/5 on both days (pretty much as long as people can hang that long).

Information about the range specifics will be sent via email to the attendees.

Other than bringing your own food, ammunition, and competition shooting gear, there will be no surprise charges other than the class fee.
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Not only is he a GM in Open, but he is known for making GM in just 9 months by religiously doing drills 1-12 in his book Refinement and Repetition.
Where did he start? I.e. did he start open in D class then make GM in 9 months? Cuz then i'd be SUPER impressed

I just joined uspsa, but have been shooting local competitions for a little over a year. I shoot most of the classifiers at C level
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I would not be impressed just because of the GM in 9 months thing. From what I have seen and read from him, he is a really smart guy and a good teacher. The GM thing does not really matter. There are a lot of paper GM's out there that have the card, but can't beat C class guys in matches. They simply shoot the classifier over and over until they get the score they want. The paper GM's give the real GM's a bad name.
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Where did he start? I.e. did he start open in D class then make GM in 9 months? Cuz then i'd be SUPER impressed

I just joined uspsa, but have been shooting local competitions for a little over a year. I shoot most of the classifiers at C level
He was initially Unclassified (like everyone), then first made Master and then GM within the 9mo.

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There are a lot of paper GM's out there that have the card, but can't beat C class guys in matches. They simply shoot the classifier over and over until they get the score they want. The paper GM's give the real GM's a bad name.
I agree, being able to shoot in the 95th percentile of a series of standardized stages (Classifiers), and being able to perform at a National or World level when the heat is on are truly to different skill sets.

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He was initially Unclassified (like everyone), then first made Master and then GM within the 9mo.
I was hoping for "he was stuck in D class for years until he discovered these secrets, then he made GM"

He could have shot at M/GM levels as an unclassified shooter, then making GM was just a formality

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Sure there are GMs who at nationals shoot 75% against other GMs. But it's overstating it to say lots of them can't beat a C class shooter. Anyone can sometimes finish far below their normal placement with gun problems, etc. Also there are shooters who can't shoot to their previous level because of age or injuries.
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I was hoping for "he was stuck in D class for years until he discovered these secrets, then he made GM"

He could have shot at M/GM levels as an unclassified shooter, then making GM was just a formality

See you there
Yea, but if you become of a fan of his podcast, you'll hear the story eventually.

He was a guitar player, that gave up on music. He wanted to achieve something that nobody could take away from him. He started shooting and quickly got the "Rage to Master". Nine months later GM.

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Default Refinement and Repetition Drils 2, 3, and 4

Here's a little preview of some drills from Steve's first book Refinement and Repetition. Typically the first day of class will consist of about 60-90 minutes of Dryfire practice.

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Here's a little preview of some drills from Steve's first book Refinement and Repetition. Typically the first day of class will consist of about 60-90 minutes of Dryfire practice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HeFpSVzTyE
Very sweet Chad!

I am still at the 0.8-par at 10-yards (finger on the trigger)... Reload to index still barely at 0.9 (no magwell on the gun)...




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Wow, you guys are fast! I need to practice more
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I also need to practice more! Chad is at 0.6..!?! And ideally, a reload should take as much time as a draw.


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I am still at the 0.8-par at 10-yards (finger on the trigger).
Watch your video, you beat the par time (0.08) with plenty of time to spare. I'd say that you can bring it down to 0.70, and then even 0.80.

You have to remember that the length of each beep is about 0.03, so if you get the gun on target by the time the second beep stops, then you made 0.60.

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How accurate are your shots at this range/ standard? I might be able to clear the holster and point in the general direction of my target in < 1 second... but can i hit the alpha, and can i do it repeatedly/ reliably? Probably not
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How accurate are your shots at this range/ standard? I might be able to clear the holster and point in the general direction of my target in < 1 second... but can i hit the alpha, and can i do it repeatedly/ reliably? Probably not
Right now, my live fire to Alpha at 10-yards from draw is about 1.1~1.2 if I want it to be consistent/reliable.

But then, as per my understanding, this exercise is less of draw to first shot, but more of draw to index (ie., speed up the acquisition of the necessary sight picture).



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How accurate are your shots at this range/ standard? I might be able to clear the holster and point in the general direction of my target in < 1 second... but can i hit the alpha, and can i do it repeatedly/ reliably? Probably not
One thing that Steve preaches in his class and on his podcast is that the conscious mind can't work on two things at the same time. So, if what you're working on is speed, then who cares about accuracy, and when you're working on accuracy who cares about speed. If you have a strong match mode (described in the next paragraph), after proper practice, and enough repetition, your brain will be able to put the two together when the time comes. If you can't get the gun out of the holster in 0.60 without firing a shot, you'll never be able to do it while firing a shot.

When you're competing, you want to shoot acceptable sight pictures as fast as you can see them, and when you're not shooting, to be moving at the limit of human function.

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One thing that Steve preaches in his class and on his podcast is that the conscious mind can't work on two things at the same time. So, if what you're working on is speed, then who cares about accuracy, and when you're working on accuracy who cares about speed. If you have a strong match mode (described in the next paragraph), after proper practice, and enough repetition, your brain will be able to put the two together when the time comes. If you can't get the gun out of the holster in 0.60 without firing a shot, you'll never be able to do it while firing a shot.

When you're competing, you want to shoot acceptable sight pictures as fast as you can see them, and when you're not shooting, to be moving at the limit of human function.
Fair call, agreed on all points. I did get out to the range for some training yesterday and did notice I had stacked 3-5 individual skills on top of each other, and didn't feel like I got everything out of that training session as I'd hoped. Next time I'll focus on individual bricks instead of making a chimney out of one grand exercise.
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You have to remember that the length of each beep is about 0.03, so if you get the gun on target by the time the second beep stops, then you made 0.06.
Got it! With 5- and 7-yards, I can make 0.6-par to the A-zone, though...



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One thing that Steve preaches in his class and on his podcast is that the conscious mind can't work on two things at the same time. So, if what you're working on is speed, then who cares about accuracy, and when you're working on accuracy who cares about speed.
I may be misunderstanding this, and can obviously ask him about it in November...

But ain't the Index to 10-yards from the Holster is precluded that you have the necessary sight picture to the A-zone/0-down zone? It is just not aligning the gun to the target, but to the A-zone.

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I haven't shot official IPSC in quite a few years - you don't have to start from the surrender position any more?
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...Next time I'll focus on individual bricks instead of making a chimney out of one grand exercise.
Here is Ron Avery showing those individual bricks to build a chimney, 72 shots is all it takes

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I may be misunderstanding this, and can obviously ask him about it in November...

But ain't the Index to 10-yards from the Holster is precluded that you have the necessary sight picture to the A-zone/0-down zone? It is just not aligning the gun to the target, but to the A-zone.

Hhhhmmmm...

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A USPSA Metric Target's lower A-Zone is roughly 6x11, and the IDPA lower (body) down zero is an 8" circle. Now you need to have a "acceptable sight picture", but two shots anywhere in there would be 2 Alphas, or Down 0. It really doesn't matter if the two shots went through the same hole, or are at opposite ends. The key is "acceptable sight picture".

It's a game, so it's all about finding out what you can get away with.

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It's a game, so it's all about finding out what you can get away with.
When i started uspsa i went for 100% alphas. Now i'm hoping to get 20-30% Charlie's to trade accuracy/ points for time. Playing the game
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When i started uspsa i went for 100% alphas. Now i'm hoping to get 20-30% Charlie's to trade accuracy/ points for time. Playing the game
I would remember in some thread/forum (maybe CalGuns, the pistol-forum, or Brian Enos) that we should be aiming for 90% As...


That said, a couple of weeks back (my second USPSA match this year), I ended up with the local club's "super squad"... And just for one stage, I was able to go head-on-head with Open, Limited and PCC shooters using a Production gun (Glock 34). 22.78-sec for 26 As and 3 Cs - 28th out of 125 overall for stage rank (the Prado/Norco club is no slouch)...



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I saw this video first when I was a few months getting into USPSA (been competing local only since.... March(?) of 2018). It's a pretty small match, only 2 dozen-ish people usually. My competition are C-class and above open shooters.



Earlier this year I discovered gofastdontsuck.net, and compared my usual numbers with the high scoring production guys. It may not be the correct rubric, but it's something

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