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    Thumbs up HR 218 qual today

    Another qualification with the PM9 and all went well.
    The PM9 ran like a Singer sewing machine.
    40/40 ain't too shabby for an old guy.

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    Where did u shoot the course at off I95 in cocoa? Congrats
    Focus on your front sight..... The rest should be blurry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonjorno2 View Post
    Where did u shoot the course at off I95 in cocoa? Congrats
    No, I shot with the Lake County SO at their training facility in Tavares.
    They run an excellent HR 218 program.

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    Cool, I am right by that range and its a good range... I am still 10/8 so I have awhile to go before I will need it.
    Focus on your front sight..... The rest should be blurry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonjorno2 View Post
    Cool, I am right by that range and its a good range... I am still 10/8 so I have awhile to go before I will need it.
    Well, stay safe for however much time you have left.
    May 1 of this year I've been retired 15 years already!!!

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    Lol
    Focus on your front sight..... The rest should be blurry!

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    Congrats on your 40/40

    I'm coming up to my 12th anniversary.

    Really like my PM9 too, it's a great little carry piece.

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    Congrats, You said 40/40, what is your shooting course?
    Here in Indiana most shoot the ILEA course of 240 and you must get a score of 192 to qualify.
    3 yard line, 6 RH, 6LH
    7 yard line, 12 strong hand
    15 yard line, 6 SH standing, 6 SH kneeling
    25 yard line, 6RH, 6LH

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    Stage 1-3 yd. line
    hip position from the holster
    2 rds. in 4 sec.
    Repeat once for 4 rds. total

    Stage 2-5 yd. line
    Two hand high ready
    2 rds, in 1 sec.
    Repeat for 6 rds. total

    Stage 3 -7 yd. line
    From the holster
    2 rds. in 4 sec.
    2 rds. from high ready in 4 sec.
    2 rds. from high ready in 4 sec.

    Stage 4-7 yd. line
    From the holster
    3 rds. in 5 sec.
    Repeat for 6 rds. total

    Stage 5-7 yd. line
    From the holster
    6 rds., reload 6 rds. 45 sec.

    Stage 6-15 yd. line
    From the holster
    6 rds. in 30 sec.

    80% or 32 out of 40 in scoring area required to pass.
    B-21E or equilvalent target.

    This COF isn't really much of a challenge but it is the "standard" set for both active and retired LEOs in FL.

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    We do have to do the course in time, I just didn't look it up. The target most use here is the B-27. Even with my eyesight and nerve damage in my RH I'll still average 220 with my PM9. At one dept. I'll go shoot at, the range officer is a good friend and he is just amazed at how well my PM9 shoots when he shoots it.

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