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    Exclamation Byers, CO 2-Gun Match 04-14-19

    Byers, CO 2-Gun Match 04-14-19

    Please register on Practiscore using the link below

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/crc_2_gun

    2-Gun Rifle-Pistol Match and Free Clinic

    This match is a modified version of a combat excellence in arms match, and is especially suited to new shooters using rack grade rifles and ball (mil surplus) ammunition. Semi-automatic rifles and pistols are preferred. Optical sights, iron sights, match rifles, or any safe rifle are allowed. It is not necessary to participate in the pistol phase if one chooses not to. With prior request, every effort will be made to provide arms and ammunition to those in need.

    CLINIC: Optional clinic is open to all, participation in the match is not required to attend the clinic.

    WHEN: Sunday April 14, 2019 0800hrs
    LOCATION: Colorado Rifle Club, Byers, CO on the 1000 yd range. See www.cric.org for directions to the range.

    ENTRIES: Entries are limited based on range capacity
    FEE: Match fee $5 members, $10 non-members

    START: 0800-0900hrs free clinic at 1000 yd line, will cover safety, scoring, pit procedures, range procedures, marksmanship fundamentals, and shooting positions. All are welcome to attend the clinic.

    MATCH LIVE FIRE: Runs approximate 0930-1230hrs.

    RAIN OR SHINE: Match will take place regardless of weather, if roads are passable. Check www.crci.org for updates.

    AMMUNITION: No tracer or incendiary ammunition. Rifle ammo at least 65 rds (60 for match). Pistol ammo 20 rds. Ammunition must safely match the user?s firearms.

    SIGHTERS: Each relay will have a 5 minute unlimited sighter period at the 600yd line before the start of record fire. Coaching will be allowed and standard ?come downs? for 500-300-200yd will be given if the shooter lacks ballistic data.

    EQUIPMENT (Minimal): Hearing and eye protection are required. Mats or ground cloths are allowed at the 600yd line. MTU jackets or web gear is permitted, but not required. No heavy competition coats, shooting carts, shooting stools, tripods, spotting scopes, or other specialized competition shooting gear allowed. Use of bi-pods or backpacks for support while shooting prone stages is allowed. All other stages only sling support is allowed.

    RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT: Small pack, binoculars, eye/ear protection, ammunition, 2-4 rifle magazines. 2-4 pistol magazines, magazine carrier, pistol belt, holster, ballistic data card (DOPE), food, water, sunscreen, pen/pencil and notebook. Shooters will be moving with rifle, pistol, and all gear from 600yd, 500yd, 300yd, 200yd, and into the target pits. Shooters are highly encouraged to have all gear on your person and organized so that they can move, and shoot without delay.

    PARKING: During match vehicles may be parked near pits or behind the 600 yd line. Vehicles will not be moved between yard lines during live fire. Shooters will advance downrange on foot between stages.

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    bump it up.

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    This was my nieces first competition ever when it was held at Buffalo Creek.

    She had a really good time and came in second place out of 12-15 shooters. Lots of dudes were not happy and spent a lot of time starting at their shoes after the match.

    If Byers and Buffalo Creek were closer I would try to catch every one.
    I have a bad bad feeling
    that my baby dont live here no more

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    My first match too! You won't find a better, more welcoming group of shooters.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne-Gretzky View Post
    You miss 100% of the shots you don't take

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    I keep reading the tite as C02 as in paint ball lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by izzy View Post
    I keep reading the tite as C02 as in paint ball lol
    well you could shoot a PB gun but I don't think it is going to make 600yd.. :-)

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    One week out. Long range forecast looks good and we just got new targets made up..

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    Weather looks good for Sunday and the Range should be dried out by then. See you all Sunday.

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    I attended this match today and I had a blast ( pun intended). The whole day was friendly and educational. I sucked but this match didn’t. I can’t wait for the next one.

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    Great day out there yesterday. It was a bit cold in the morning but sunny and almost hot in the afternoon. Record turn-out but with all the help we got the match completed quickly.

    You can find the results here:

    https://practiscore.com/results/html...5-d0cd2645d048

    and I have the Fall and Winter matches up here:

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/crc_2_gun

    Hope to see you all on the line...

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