Match Footage: USPSA Revolver

Here’s the footage from yesterday’s USPSA match at Paul Bunyan. I won 4 out of 6 stages, but my one mistake cost me so many points that I didn’t win the match. I’m using my S&W 686SSR Pro Series with Comp-III Speedloaders and a 4Wheelguns.Com ICORE Speedloader holder. My holster is a Comp-Tac belt holster, and of course all ammo is provided by my awesome sponsor, Cheaper than Dirt.

I am actually really pleased with my reloads. I only had one stage where rounds hung up in the cylinder on ejection, and only one stage where a round didn’t enter the cylinder cleanly.

4 thoughts on “Match Footage: USPSA Revolver”

  1. “I am actually really pleased with my reloads. I only had one stage where rounds hung up in the cylinder on ejection, and only one stage where a round didn’t enter the cylinder cleanly”

    Did you try loading with your right hand with your left hand as a doggie? I’m cleaner with my right doing the punching and the loading.

    Why are you loading it down so low with your head out of the fight?

    (Just asking, wasn’t how I was taught so I just don’t know).

    1. I’d like to have the gun up a little higher, but I’m trying to maximize speed more than anything. If I look at the gun, reloads go faster than if I try and keep my head up, and even the Comp-IIIs need a little gravity assistance to guarantee proper reloading.

  2. That sucks about the foot. I bet that’s hard to watch the replay on. BTW, loose the beard, you look like a goof IMO. 🙂

  3. I think the beard is pretty bad-ass!

    That foot thing sux’d…

    That reload looks smooth – when I shot revo, I hit the ejector with the left, then transfered to the left hand and let the right hand do the load for the reasons SB mentioned above…

    I’ve got to start shooting revo again…

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