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Pistol-II(D) Classification Result (#191005P2D)

Attendees: In order of Classification

1 Weir Chris
2 Shaw Dave
3 Stulbaum Jason
4 Brayer Louis
5 Albrecht Michael
6 Mithcell Nate
7 Ravenell Rick
8 Cornea Andrea
9 Jose Daniel
10 Figueroa Robert
11 Park James
12 Kisselburg Morgan

Dot Torture:

The day of shooting classification started with Dot Torture assessment done at 4 yard line. There are no time limits but the exercise had to be completed within a reasonable amount of time along with the flow of the class. This particular drill has been used by TAC-1 for at least 5-6 years when Lou Salseda suggested to try it out.  It turned about to be an outstanding drill with amazing result.  It also gives us assessment as to the level of marksmanship a shooter holds.

Louise B. shot a perfect score of 50/50 which technically makes the only passing score.

The Math: The Dot Torture counts as total of 250 points total. That’s roughly 12.5% of the total tally.  There for the scores are halved to reflect the final score on the score sheet.  Here we are positing the actual hits on paper.

Brayer Louis 50
Mithcell Nate 49
Shaw Dave 48
Stulbaum Jason 48
Albrecht Michael 48
Ravenell Rick 48
Kisselburg Morgan 48
Weir Chris 46
Cornea Andrea 46
Park James 43
Jose Daniel 42
Figueroa Robert 29

I can’t stress enough of not neglecting to practice with support hand only shooting. Many dropped rounds in #8.

Marksmanship Test (Phase 1): 20 rounds  [Pistol-I(b)]

Weir Chris 200
Mithcell Nate 198
Ravenell Rick 198
Brayer Louis 197
Park James 197
Cornea Andrea 195
Stulbaum Jason 193
Kisselburg Morgan 182
Shaw Dave 177
Jose Daniel 177
Albrecht Michael 174
Figueroa Robert 171

Chris W. came in very strong with a perfect 200 point for this first Marksmanship classifier.  This section reflects testing procedure for Pistol-I module. The times are based on the expected abilities upon completion of P1 module. The success is not likely to be achieved with no repeated classes with no prior experience.

Marksmanship Test (Phase 2): 30 rounds [Pistol-I(b)]

Weir Chris 299
Stulbaum Jason 297
Ravenell Rick 297
Park James 297
Mithcell Nate 296
Cornea Andrea 294
Brayer Louis 293
Figueroa Robert 282
Albrecht Michael 280
Kisselburg Morgan 279
Jose Daniel 278
Shaw Dave 265

Positions Test (Phase 3): 40 rounds [Pistol-II(B)]

This phase started off with supine position on the back at 7 yards. Also a situp shooting drill has been incorporated with total of 11 reps.  Then moved on to speed kneeling and double kneeling from 7 and 10 yards  respectively.  Again Chris came in at the top.  What is going on with Shaw??

MATH: Straight ring score

1 Ravenell  Rick  398
2 Mithcell Nate 398
3 Stulbaum  Jason  395
4 Brayer Louis 395
5 Park  James  395
6 Weir  Chris 393
7 Jose Daniel 383
8 Albrecht  Michael 380
9 Shaw Dave 390
10 Kisselburg  Morgan  374
11 Figueroa  Robert  367
12 Cornea  Andrea  360

Recent classes have been working on some other alternative prone positions such as the Inverted Prone which caused certain shooters to unable to identify threat and shot on the wrong target which caused them to be penalized.  Each rounds shot on the wrong target were not scored.  Prone positions at 25 yards can be challenging if the shooter had not put in any work prior to the classifier.

Positions Test (Phase 4): 20 rounds – Pistol-II(B)

Each round shot in the center is 10 point each. There are 9, 8 and 5 point zones. Maximum possible score is 200 point.

MATH: Straight ring score 

1 Weir  Chris 186
2 Stulbaum  Jason  143
3 Brayer Louis 182
4 Jose Daniel 135
5 Albrecht  Michael 183
6 Park  James  148
7 Mithcell Nate 154
8 Ravenell  Rick  144
9 Shaw Dave 105
10 Kisselburg  Morgan  91
11 Figueroa  Robert  134
12 Cornea  Andrea  92

Advanced Operation Test (Phase 5): 250 point course [Pistol-II(A)]

This phase is a Go or No Go section. The shooter must shoot within the allotted time and must make it in the center hit zone (see target) in order to receive the full 50 point per section. The shooter has the ability to earn 250 point for this section.

This is a new section that proved very difficult for our P2D shooters. Many were not able to successfully pass the requirements. For that it was a trial and error for TAC-1 to ass the true skill level of P2D students. 

MATH: There are total of 5 sections to complete with minimum numbers of round fired. The score is based on the shooter’s ability to complete the task with in the allotted par time. If the shooter competed the course of fire in timely manner, 5 point was awarded. If it was a NO GO then 0 point was given. The maximum point a shooter could achieve is 50 points.  The weight of this drill in relation to the total point possible was lowered due to it’s apparent difficulty. 

Sig Drill

The details of the course of fire will be posted in the near future. 

Combat Course (Phase 6) Test: 25 rds course [Pistol-II(A)]

1. 7 yrd Holstered, 2 Rounds Loaded, 2 Rounds in reloading device, 2 body, Side Step, Out of Battery Reload, 2 body – Clear & Holster 8 sec 4rds
Load Magazines 2, 2 & 2 rd
2. 7 yrd Holstered, 2 Rd Loaded, 2 More Mags w/ 2 Rd each 2 Body, Speed reload, 2 Body, Speed Reload, 2 Body
Clear & Holster 12 sec 6
Load Magazines 6 & 4 rds (Must Manage Ammo)
3. 10 yrd to 5 yrd Low Ready, 6 rds loaded Advance toward target, fire 4 body shots while moving forward, 1 head shot from 5 yrd line – may not pass 5yd line. Tac-reload 4 rds NA 5
4. 5 yrd to 10 yrd Holstered Fire 4 body shots while retreating (all 4 body shots must be fired while moving), 1 head shot from 10 yard line. Clear & Holster NA 5
Load Magazines 2 & 3 rds
5. 7 yrd Holstered, 2 rds loaded
(Two handed shooting) 2 body shots moving to the RT, reload, move back to the LT to shoot 3 body shots on the move. 10 sec 5 rounds
Clear & Holster

Combat Course (Phase 7) Test: 20 rds course

6. 25 yrd Holstered, 5 Rounds Loaded, 5 rounds in pouch Shooter runs to the 7 yard line, draws and fires 10 rounds
Clear & Holster 15 sec
Load Magazines 2, 5rds
7. 7 yrd Set up Failure to Fire, Holstered Clear and fire 2 rounds
Clear & Holster 5 sec
8. 7 yrd Set up Failure to Eject, Holstered Clear and fire 2 rounds
Clear & Holster 5 sec
9. 7 yrd Set up Failure to Extract, Holstered Clear and fire 2 rounds
Clear & Holster 10 sec
10. 7 yrd Load 1 round, Holstered Reload and fire 1 round. 5 sec 2
11. 7 yrd Set up Random Malfunction, Holstered Clear and fire 2 rounds
Clear & Holster TBA

MATH: Scored as ring score

Combat Course (Phase 8) Test: 30 rds course on STEEL

Diamond Drill:

2 and 3 rounds loaded and placed in magazine pouch.  Maneuver through the cone and shoot 5 rounds as instructed. Repeat to the opposite direction. 

MATH:  This section is worth 50 points if done perfectly.  The shooter will fire total of 10 rounds in 2 relays. Any missed round on the target will cost the shooter 2 additional seconds on the final raw time. The top shot with errors will earn 100% of the 50 points.  The subsequent shooters will be given a percentage off of top leader. The final time will be multiplied by the percentage earned in the stage. Any procedural will be given 5 points deducted from the final points earned.   

El Prez:

A Classic drill that need to be performed at any opportunity a shooter can get. TAC-1 had incorporated this drill into the classifier to assess our students compared to the rest of the world. 

MATH:  Same as above.  This section is worth 50 points if done perfectly.  The shooter will fire total of 10 rounds in 2 relays. Any missed round on the target will cost the shooter 2 additional seconds on the final raw time. The top shot with errors will earn 100% of the 50 points.  The subsequent shooters will be given a percentage off of top leader. The final time will be multiplied by the percentage earned in the stage. Any procedural will be given 5 points deducted from the final points earned.   

One Shot, One Kill:

10 yds Shooter has 5 attempts (each hits are 5 pts on Steel) Draw and fire 1 rds w/in 1.5 sec or faster
Reload with 5 rd and holster

MATH: Each hit on the target hitting within 1.5 second will be given 5 point to the shooter. 

Five-A-GoGo

10 yds Load 5 rds  (each hits are 5 points) Fire 5 rds in 4 sec at a steel

MATH: Each hit on the target hitting within 1.5 second will be given 5 point to the shooter. 

New Promotions:

Rick Ravenell – Purple Belt
Louis Brayer – Purple (2018)
Michael Albrecht – Blue Belt (2018)
Dan Jose – Blue Belt
James Park – Blue Belt

Congratulations

 

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