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    2018 Long Island Steel shoot Out

    2018 LONG ISLAND STEEL SHOOT OUT

    Long Island Practical Shooting Association

    hosts

    Knock Down Steel Shoot Out

    Presented by






    APRIL 7TH & 8TH

    INFO AT WWW.LISTEELSHOOTOUT.COM

    REGISTER AT WWW.PRACTISCORE.COM




    REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 8TH





    MATCH INFORMATION
The match will consist of 6 stages, 25-35 targets PER stage. All knockdown steel will be used.

    STARTING TIMES: Times will consist of one squad shooting on Saturday morning and two squads shooting on Sunday. Times are as follows:

    9:00 AM on Saturday April 7th

    9:00 AM on Sunday April 8th / 1:00PM on Sunday April 8th

    Squads will be limited to 15 shooters per squad (90 shooters PER time slot). If the time slot you requested is filled, you will be notified and given the option to select another day/time.

    PLEASE GET YOUR ENTRIES IN EARLY.

    SIX DIVISIONS:

    OPEN AUTO - Any centerfire semi auto pistol. All modifications and optics allowed.

    OPEN REVOLVER - Any centerfire revolver. All modifications and optics allowed.

    STOCK AUTO – Centerfire semi-auto. No comps, ports or external weights, regardless of source, i.e., factory ported. No optics.

    STOCK REVOLVER – No comps, ports or external weights regardless of source, i.e., factory ported.

    OPEN – PPC - PISTOL CALIBER CARBINE - Any centerfire semi auto rifle. All modifications and optics allowed.

    STOCK – PPC - PISTOL CALIBER CARBINE – Centerfire semi-auto rifle. No comps or ports regardless of source, i.e., factory ported. No optics.




    Shooters may shoot in all 3 time slots but must shoot in a different division. The shooter will be eligible for prizes in 3 divisions.

    REGISTRATION: To guarantee a shooting slot, you must PRE-REGISTER. YOU WILL NOT BE REGISTERED UNTIL YOU REGISTER THROUGH: PRACTISCORE.COM, LINKS WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE MATCH WEBPAGE, LIPSA.US OR GOING DIRRECTLY TO PRACTISCORE.COM AND SEARCH FOR THE MATCH UNDER LIPSA.US

    ENTRY FEES: $50.00 Per Division

    FREE LI SHOOTOUT T-SHIRT to every shooter who submits registration and payment before March 7th.

    PAYBACK – cash payback by Lewis Class.




    RULES No more than 10 rounds in gun to start. No more than 10 rounds in a magazine at any time.

    Start with gun in hand, muzzle touching X on table OR draw from a holster. Shooters choice. Shooters May take a loaded sight picture.

    Shooters feet must remain inside the shooting box at each stage.

    ALL safeties must be ON for single action pistols. Hammers down, safety off for double action revolvers and autos. Early shot will result in DQ.

    At start signal, begin shooting, continuing to shoot, reloading as necessary until ALL targets are down. Time will end on last shot fired.

    Reload from belt or table, shooter’s option.

    ANY ammo, magazine, moon clip, etc. that falls to the ground is DEAD and cannot be picked up during the run by the shooter or any squad member.

    Please come prepared with enough magazine/speed loaders to complete the ENTIRE stage without reloading magazines or having someone else reloading mags, during the run.

    ALL targets are knockdown and must fall. Any target left standing will incur a 5 second penalty. Targets will be set for minor power factor.

    NO RESHOOTS and NO ALIBIS after the first shot is fired on a stage.

    ALL SHOOTERS MUST CHECK IN AT THE STAT HOUSE AT LEAST 45 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE SHOOTERS MEETING FOR EACH REGISTERED SLOT, EVEN IF YOU SHOT AN EARLIER TIME SLOT.

    SHOOTERS MUST ATTEND MANDATORY SHOOTERS MEETING 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO EACH STARTING TIME.

    L.I.P.S.A is a COLD range. No loaded firearms off the firing line. This is for both shooters and spectators.

    ANY UNSAFE GUN HANDLING WILL RESULT IN A DISQUALIFICATION. ANY COMPETITOR OR SPECTATOR CAUGHT NOT WEARING EYE PROTECTION EYE GLASSES WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE RANGE.




    ​FOR ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME AT INFO@LISTEELSHOOTOUT.COM


    #2
    Damn, I'll be deployed for this one. Hopefully next time! Good luck to all who participate.

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      #3
      I'm in...

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        #4
        if anyone has any questions please let me know!

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          #5
          How does one train for events like this?

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            #6
            Originally posted by snowblind View Post
            How does one train for events like this?
            Shoot steel. Then shoot more Steel. Then do it again.
            NRA Lifetime Member / NRA RSO & Certified Pistol Instructor
            NYSRPA Member / Freeport R&R Member
            Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network Member

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              #7
              Originally posted by snowblind View Post
              How does one train for events like this?
              Shoot fast and don't miss

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                #8
                Originally posted by snowblind View Post
                How does one train for events like this?
                This is a trick question, right?
                NRA LIFE | SAF | GOA | UTAH / NH / FL / PA / NY CCW | APPLESEED RIFLEMAN | RSO | FREEPORT R&R

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by snowblind View Post
                  How does one train for events like this?
                  The best way to train for this style of shooting is working on transitions from target to target... when training indoors I would use a larger piece of cardboard and staple 6" circles of white paper to it and work shooting circle to circle. don't worry to much about hitting dead center just make sure your hitting the white circle. The object of this drill/training is teaching you to fire the shot quicker once the sights hit that white circle...

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Abruno25 View Post

                    The best way to train for this style of shooting is working on transitions from target to target... when training indoors I would use a larger piece of cardboard and staple 6" circles of white paper to it and work shooting circle to circle. don't worry to much about hitting dead center just make sure your hitting the white circle. The object of this drill/training is teaching you to fire the shot quicker once the sights hit that white circle...
                    Max distance would be 20 yards?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Abruno25 View Post
                      if anyone has any questions please let me know!
                      Looking at getting a pair of saloman cleats, what color you think is best for steel?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by LazyLab View Post

                        Looking at getting a pair of saloman cleats, what color you think is best for steel?
                        pink.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by LazyLab View Post

                          Looking at getting a pair of saloman cleats, what color you think is best for steel?
                          pink will def make you shoot faster but red if your trying to shoot more accurate!

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Llaara View Post

                            Max distance would be 20 yards?
                            your average distance will be about 15 yards, there will be some longer shots pushed out there to test the PCC guys

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                              #15
                              I might be in to come make a compete fool of myself

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