ACTS June 2011

The June 2011 ACTS match was very accuracy centric with two of the stages being Virgina Count (you aren’t allowed more than the minimum rounds).  There were also mini-IPSC steel targets used at range for the first time which are roughly half the size of a full size IPSC target.

I placed 2nd/47 shooters.  Attendence was lower than the previous two months due to the heat. Match attendance always decreases in the summer in Arizona.

You will notice I’m shooting my standard Glock 34 with Warren Tactical/Sevigny Sights in this video.  This was the first time shooting it after three months of continuous use of the Glock with Trijicon RMR.  I don’t feel like I lost anything or my skills with iron sights degraded during that time.  The fact the OST-TSD conversion puts back up iron sights in line with the red dot makes acquiring the sights on either configuration similar enough as to not matter when switching back to standard iron sights.

About SinistralRifleman

I've been competing in the action shooting sports since 2002. I believe competition shooting to be an excellent way to build gun handling and marksmanship skills and encourage all gun owners to seek out some form of competition shooting. Anyone can become reasonably good at it if they devote the time and resources to do so. Winning, while nice, need not be your goal; bettering yourself through the pursuit of excellence is something we all can achieve.
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