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    Default Pueblo IPSC Pistol

    Below current as of Jan 2018.

    The Pueblo West Sportsmans Assn and Pikes Peak Practical Shooters hosts IPSC/USPSA matches on the second Sunday of every month all year long. Set-up begins around 6:30 and the match start time is 9:30. Shooters registration runs from 8:30 - 9:15 so be there no later than 9:10 to be sure you get signed in.

    The October match is normally a Super Classifier with 6 Classifier stages.

    600 East Loma Drive
    Pueblo West CO 81007

    PPPS also puts on a free "New to IPSC" class before every match. This class is mandatory at all Colorado clubs if you have not shot IDPA, 3-Gun, ICORE or IPSC before. The class starts at 8:00. Like the class, your first match is also free.

    To encourage participation, the first 5 people that show up before 8:00 *and* help with set up, shoot for free.

    http://ecouspsa.com/eco-new/index.htm
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    Good match, shot ok, improved my classification.

    Took a few pics also.

    Justin looking tough with his CZ


    Finally Hoser blazing away.


    A few more photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/1366283...7615029835672/
    Last edited by rtr; 03-09-2009 at 10:55.

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    Tom, do you folks always do 6 stages?
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorep View Post
    Tom, do you folks always do 6 stages?
    Its something my dumb ass started in the late 90s when I took over as club president. Gotta make it worth while for people to drive to Pueblo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    Its something my dumb ass started in the late 90s when I took over as club president. Gotta make it worth while for people to drive to Pueblo.
    I presume you folks will need help setting up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaKilo View Post
    I presume you folks will need help setting up?
    Yup. Thats why we get there four hours ahead of the match start time to start setting things up.
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    That was a good match. Thanks. And what a killer range..
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    From the PPPS Match Director:

    Tomorrow's PPPS match will be dedicated to Capt. Eddie Rhodes, Pueblo PD. Your match fees will go to dedicate the 400 meter range at PWSA to Eddie. Any extra will go to the NRA-ILA in Eddie's name as requested by his wife, Vicki.

    Eddie spent a lot of time shooting his rifles on berm #5 at PWSA in preparation for cop and 3 gun matches.

    In addition, Eddie was an IPSC Grandmaster and most of the "old timers" remember him fondly. Most of us remember the famous "Eddie Yell."

    The match will be normal except setup will start at 0630.

    New shooters' safety briefing at 0800 and shooters' meeting at 1000.

    Frank Winn will have a 32 round guest stage for you shooting enjoyment.

    Hope to see you at the range to support a good cause. Eddie was a good man and the kind of cop you want to show up when you need help.

    LIZARD OUT

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    Fun match, great weather, here's some video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwqXkiaPgAU
    Dude, where's my can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtr View Post
    Fun match, great weather, here's some video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwqXkiaPgAU
    I would look like a total noob compared to that shooter. Do they have different brackets for new shooters?
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