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    USPSA match at Freeport R&R, 8/1 and 8/2/2020

    At Freeport R/R Uspsa match Aug 2 .Start time 8am. Setup for this match is Aug 1 at 1:30 pm. That means guys u come up setup u can shoot the match that day. If up plan on shooting this match u need to email me back with this info . Name, day u shooting ,division u are shooting (if u due not know what division tell what gun u are shooting) Uspsa # (If u have one),and power factor. Also u must wear a mask at all times when u on the range even when shooting . If u show up and u do not have a mask u cannot shoot the match.
    Contact Mike at [email protected]
    Steve

    #2
    The match on Saturday was very good, Mike did a nice job as usual

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      #3
      How was the course of fire? I heard mask required even when shooting, so it was pass for me
      A .45acp says go away in any language ~ Clint Smith

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        #4
        Originally posted by ANYGUNWILLDOIFUWILLDO View Post
        How was the course of fire? I heard mask required even when shooting, so it was pass for me
        Course was good 4 stages,6 targets per stage,4 rounds per target.Good group on Saturday with everyone following protocol with the masks,which sucked but it is what it is

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          #5
          Originally posted by ANYGUNWILLDOIFUWILLDO View Post
          How was the course of fire? I heard mask required even when shooting, so it was pass for me
          Same for me. I cannot stand wearing a mask outside in this heat for more than a minute. Have a hard time breathing. Let alone in the humidity, and while running/moving between shooting boxes. I'd end up either passing out, or have an AD. Not good either way.
          Btw, I heard there were a few DQ's today because of poor gun handling, and an AD. Wonder if having a mask on the whole time contributed to these "errors"?
          Evil beware, Postal Bob is here!
          Certified NROI RSO

          Member Freeport R&R

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            #6
            I would think of it as shooting in less than ideal conditions. It's part of life in general . The weather dosn't always cooperate, it may be too hot, too cold, your arthritis is acting up... etc.... So I think of it how would I do in less than perfect conditions given what I'm dealt with.

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              #7
              Originally posted by 2wheelbliss View Post
              I would think of it as shooting in less than ideal conditions. It's part of life in general . The weather dosn't always cooperate, it may be too hot, too cold, your arthritis is acting up... etc.... So I think of it how would I do in less than perfect conditions given what I'm dealt with.
              One of the most fun matches I ever shot was in sideways blowing snow.
              Steve

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                #8
                Originally posted by Postal Bob View Post

                Same for me. I cannot stand wearing a mask outside in this heat for more than a minute. Have a hard time breathing. Let alone in the humidity, and while running/moving between shooting boxes. I'd end up either passing out, or have an AD. Not good either way.
                Btw, I heard there were a few DQ's today because of poor gun handling, and an AD. Wonder if having a mask on the whole time contributed to these "errors"?
                Given the size of the place and the number of people packed in there during a match, an AD could be catastrophic. I’d like to know the circumstances around that. Anyone there that can comment ?

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                  #9
                  Damn things have changed since I been there.

                  let's make america great again

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