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Episode Info: Jamie Stage planning. I'm struggling coming from IDPA to USPSA in stage planning. What are some basic tips to help? Are you breaking stages up by the number of positions? What are you looking for at each position? Is there a standard procedure I'm missing or haven't yet learned? Seems overwhelming sometimes. I think stage planning is very much a muscle. When I'm shooting a lot of matches, I can roll up to a stage and break it down, figure out where I'm going to shoot from, where I'm going to reload (where I'm NOT going to reload), and it comes fairly easily, on a pretty normal stage. It's harder on memory stages, because, that's the idea. Stage planning is a muscle. The more you do it, the easier it gets. One thing I'd recommend if you're really struggling, is to go to Ben Stoeger Pro Shop, and order a whole bunch of scaled dryfire targets. Like, a lot of them. Then, use those targets to setup larger USPSA type stages in dryfire. Setup some arrays, and then come up with the best way to break it down, dryfire it, then change it again. Michael How are the Glock Shooting Sports Foundation Matches? I’ve seen them advertised from time to time but never heard anything else. Full disclosure: I've never shot a GSSF match. Personally, they're not really on my radar. I know there are some folks who only shoot them, but I'm not really interested in shooting a match that's just all stand and shoot stuff. I want movement. I want to really have to plan a stage, and the GSSF stages are so small that there isn't really any planning going on in them. If there's one near you, and you're interested in shooting it, by all means, go shoot it. However, you won't see me traveling all over the country to shoot one. From what I can tell after poking around the GSSF website, you must be a member to shoot GSSF matches, which costs $35. Also, just a side note, but they're still allowing you to put your credit card information on a fillable .PDF and email that to an email address at Glock to get registered for a match. If you know anything at all about email, you should know NOT to email your credit card number. Bad juju. Bad bad bad. No, don't do that. Send a check, but for the love of god, don't email your credit card information. Robb I'm trying to tailor my physical conditioning routine toward impRead more »

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