Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

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Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by Janik » Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:55 am

Got some trigger therapy this chilly morning here in Iowa. Took the Canik TP9DA, V2, Elite Combat and CZ P07 to the range this morning. It was about 22 degrees out, but we got our steel targets set up and had some fun. I mentioned in another post I'm used to using an indoor range in the winter time, so it's nice to shoot in various climates and see how the guns perform. My fingers were pretty frozen, but we lasted about 2 hours at the range. Everything performed as expected, except for one failure to lock back the slide after last round. This occurred with a Promag and my TP9V2. My fingers were pretty frozen, so I may have limp wristed, could of been a weak round, or it could have been the mag. Can not say for sure, as I used the mag several more times without issue. I have another thread going that keeps track of my Promag experience and an approximate round count. So far I have no complaints.

All in all, another fun morning at the range. After getting used to shooting steel, it's hard for me to have an interest in shooting paper targets again at an indoor range. I still use paper targets to test accuracy, but that's about it. Shooting steel is just a lot more fun. But I also burn through a lot more ammo.

The @Tejas Products grips are holding up very well on my guns. I've had them over a year now and people who shoot with me ask about them. I'd definitely like to get a set for my CZ P07 if they ever become available.
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Re: Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by LT USN (Ret.) » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:39 am

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Re: Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by SSGNDoc » Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:46 pm

Looks like fun.

I hit the indoor range last week.

Like you said, paper targets are good for accuracy testing.

If you’ve got a shot timer, paper can be good again for drills that require speed and accuracy.
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Re: Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by Janik » Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:08 pm

SSGNDoc wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:46 pm
If you’ve got a shot timer, paper can be good again for drills that require speed and accuracy.
Very true. I may have to do some dot torture tests at the indoor range soon.
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Re: Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by SSGNDoc » Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:42 pm

I seem to hav problems with my timer sometimes at indoor ranges, because of other shooters.
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Re: Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by qballbandit » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:34 pm

I consider myself lucky. At the indoor range we shoot at, select lanes have the ability to run per-programmed "scenarios", or, you can program your own (each lane has a pretty intuitive, but option packed computer screen user interface). One simple scenario as an example, I can send the target out to 20ft., have it advance to 15ft., stop, turn sideways for 3 seconds, turn and advance to 10ft. So, during the two advancement stages, you can run some quick defensive shooting drills.
Many more scenarios which really allow you to work on draw & fire, failure drills, full press shooting to retention shooting (or the opposite!), etc. I just wish I could incorporate ME moving too.
I've still yet to shoot steel, but plan on it this spring. Looking forward to it. :)

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Re: Trigger Therapy Jan 12, 2020 TP9DA, V2, EC and CZ P07

Post by ncjw » Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:52 am

qballbandit wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:34 pm
I've still yet to shoot steel, but plan on it this spring. Looking forward to it. :)
Janik wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:55 am
Shooting steel is just a lot more fun. But I also burn through a lot more ammo.
Yeah - that.

All too true...
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