[html ]Pistol-III Advanced Pistol (1911 Only) #140531P3 class Result.
TAC-1’s Pistol-III module is for students with advanced pistol shooting skills.
Advanced Pistol Shooting
The 4 hr class ran several drills which scores were kept of final determination of the class TOP SHOT. There were total of 5 major drills that were scored. The class began with the usual Dot Torture test at 5 yard line. All Pistol-III students are expected to be able to have good groups at this distance when shooting this drill. With maximum possible score of 50, -5 rounds (45 pt) or less is considered acceptable for this test.
For the matter of class scoring the final score was multiplied by 5 for what it is worth. Dave Shaw clearly showed his marksmanship in scoring 47 – giving him the factored total of 235 (47 x 5).
|NAME||Dot Tor||x5 Factor|
The next drill consisted of timed modified Pistol-I qualification course.
5 yard – 5 rounds – 5 sec par
10 yard – 5 rounds – 6 sec par
15 yard – 5 rounds – 8 sec par
20 yard – 5 rounds – 10 sec par
25 yard – 5 rounds – 15 sec par
Oscar came out strong for this round of drills with the final score of 241/250. The second place was tied by Matt Addis and Chris Weir with 237 each. This test was incorporated into student’s final score as is.
The class began to push the students with speed shooting out of the holster. On the buzzer, students were instructed to draw and fire 2 rounds from 7 yard line. This was performed with 2 students going head-to-head battling to see who was faster. Each student performed 5 times with total of 10 rounds fired. With maximum score of 100 (2 rd x 5 x 10 pts), student’s target was scored by the ring. Only the accuracy portion was scored for this advanced pistol shooting drill. Mike Dozier took the highest score of 94/100 total ring score.
The speed was further increased with “Bill Drill” from 7 yard line. Students were instructed to fire 6 rounds under 2 seconds and only the 10 ring accuracy counted. Anything out added 1 second per round to the final time. The calculate the factor to the final score the final time was multiplied by 10 – which was then subtracted from 100.
Paul Luna was the fastest even with 1 miss with total of 100 – (3.46 x 10) = 65.40 points. This number was then rounded up to the next highest number to be incorporated into the student’s final score.
The final drill consisted of actual LAPD SWAT pistol qualification course. With total possible score of 500 pts – Dave Shaw demonstrated his skills with 479 pt who was followed by Matt Addis with 478 and Paul Luna with 476. All were impressive numbers to pull out of their hats.
|NAME||Dot Tor||P1 Qual||10 Rd||SWAT||B/D Factor||Total||Power Factor|
All of the points were added to derive the “Total” then for the .45 caliber shooters the total was multiplied by 10% to give added Power Factor. Those who shot 9 mm were not given this added benefit.
Congratulation to Dave Shaw in taking the TOP SHOT! Paul owes you a gun case.
Malfunction was one of the elements we were looking to identify in the class. 1911’s are known to have multiple malfunctions and thus often thought of as unreliable. Although 60% of the class experienced some sort of malfunction, Oscar, Chris Weir & Matthew Kanin & Dave Shaw’s 1911 demonstrated ZERO malfunction with almost 250 rounds fired in 4 hours. They now belong to the ZERO MALF CLUB.
|2||Mat Addis||1 FC|
|4||Paul Luna||1 FE|
|6||Daniel Luna||1 FE|
|8||Mike Dozier||8 FC|
|9||Mike Steinwender||1 STV|
|FC= Failire to chamber|
|FE = Failure to Exract|
|STV = Stove pipe|
Everyone demonstrated an sufficient advanced pistol shooting skills without any safety violation.[/html]