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    The reason the start time was moved to 9am is so that we can leave the range a little bit earlier in the day. The time that we began shooting later than 9am, we didn't leave the range until late in the afternoon.

    The official start time for the match is at 9am (BTW setup starts at 7am).

    See you all at the range!!

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    Phenomenal weather and awesomely fun match at the Colorado Rifle Club this morning!!

    Results have been posted for the USPSA Rifle Match at CRC at the following link: https://practiscore.com/results/new/28056

    If you missed it, you missed a FUN one.

    We most probably won't be having another match this year but we look forward to having you join us at the range in 2017.

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    I think I saw your match on Saturday's schedule at the CRC site. Is it really set to happen?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brass View Post
    I think I saw your match on Saturday's schedule at the CRC site. Is it really set to happen?!



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    Cy just said the Rifle match is a go for March 4 as of now.
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    Thanks, Mark!!! Did he say if it's at 9 again, or the usual 10 am start?

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    We tried a 10am start early on but, by doing that, we end up leaving the range well past lunch time.

    Starting at 9am seems to be working well so we will officially keep that as our start time for this match.

    Oh and, yes, this Saturday's match is a 'Go'. I will send the "official" match call email via the ECOUSPSA Google Groups email tomorrow afternoon.

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    This looks like a good time. I'll be out there on Saturday but mainly doing some load development. Might have to join in next month.

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    https://practiscore.com/results/new/32450


    Shooters,


    Above is the link to the results of today's USPSA Rifle Match at the Colorado Rifle Club.


    Thanks for all the help with the setup this morning and also, with the help putting all the props away. Your help is greatly appreciated.


    Please, look over the results and let me know if there are any changes that I need to make.


    I hope that the great weather we had today continues onto next month's match and, if this is the case, I'll see you all again at the range for more shooting fun.


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    Hello Cy, thank you, Sandy, and everyone else who organized such a fun match. If you don't mind, I'd like to submit a few suggestions for you to consider. By no means are these complaints, as I have absolutely nothing to complain about. Just a few ideas that I think would help run an even more fun event.

    1. Break up into the maximum number of squads allowed by available ROs and scoring tablets. During the last few matches, I got the sense that Sandy prefers to have as few squads as possible even when more ROs are available. On Saturday, we had only 24 shooters, but the match still went on from 9 am to 2:30+ pm. Five and a half hours seems like a really long time for only 24 people to shoot 4 stages. Increasing from 2 to 4 squads would probably cut the match time in half and we would have had a faster, even more fun pace. More shooting, less waiting is good! This will become even more important as the weather turns hot.

    2. Start time was listed as 9 am, but first shots were not until a little after 10 (at least on my squad). I think it would be helpful to have a shooters meeting to register, pay, get briefed, and walk through in that order. Instead, there were pauses leaving us to mill around after each pre-match event and then there was yet another meeting to collect the entry fee after the shooters meeting and the walk through.

    3. Clarify and make permanent the rule to allow cooling time for rifles before bagging them. This topic seems to always come up for friendly debate at this match. I'd like to scrape the smoking bag goo off my carbine's barrel and keep it off for good.

    4. If you're using the tower, don't make the shooter descend or ascend the stairs while carrying a prop such as the ammo can on Saturday. We had both hands occupied with the rifle and can, leaving us ill prepared to grab a railing in case we stumble, trip, or miss a step. A stumbling shooter would have had to dump the can, rifle, or both to grab a railing. It would be good to avoid having a loaded rifle go clanking down a set of stairs.

    5. It would be great to use the 200 yard range even more. After all, we're there to shoot RIFLES :-)

    Thanks again for all your work, and I'll see you next month!
    Last edited by Brass; 03-06-2017 at 19:02.

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