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    The Red Belly TheBelly's Avatar
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    Cha-Lee touched me in an inappropriate manner. I then returned the favor. I think he thought we shared a moment.

    We did not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    You are a delicate flower, as am I.
    Charlie and I were commenting on how tiny and precious you looked while gaming the crap out of the 'reverse triangle' stage.... really I was just upset that I didn't do it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBelly View Post
    Charlie and I were commenting on how tiny and precious you looked while gaming the crap out of the 'reverse triangle' stage.... really I was just upset that I didn't do it first.
    "tiny and precious"?? That wasn't exactly what I heard

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    I am thinking about shooting this tomorrow and I just wanted to clarify. I have shot quite a bit of 3 gun, as well as one or two IDPA and steel challenge matches, so I don't need to take the course right? I'm also an USPSA member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzeke View Post
    I am thinking about shooting this tomorrow and I just wanted to clarify. I have shot quite a bit of 3 gun, as well as one or two IDPA and steel challenge matches, so I don't need to take the course right? I'm also an USPSA member.
    You are good. If you have completed an IPSC/USPSA, ICORE or 3-gun match you are good to go. The class is required for new shooters. It is not just a Whistling Pines requirement, it is a USPSA Sectional requirement.
    I could either drown or pull off my skin and swim to shore
    Now I can grow a beautiful shell for all to see

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    Here it is. From now on you can only attend the match if you sign up and pay in advance at https://res.whistlingpinesgunclub.com/ClubCalendar.aspx

    You will need to create an account to sign up for the matches.

    On a match night, there are two matches scheduled. One is a basic match that anyone can sign up for, it has 25 slots. The second is an RO match. The RO match has 5 slots. If you are not a certified USPSA/IPSC Range Officer and willing to assist, do *NOT* sign up for this.

    If you do not sign up *and* pay in advance, you do not have a slot in the match.

    If you sign up and don't show, no refunds. Sorry, but that is the way it is. If these matches become a thorn in the side of our WPGC staff, they could go away.
    I could either drown or pull off my skin and swim to shore
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    Any plans to do any kind of limited walk-in slotting later? I've shot a bunch with you guys in the past and enjoy it, but have been too busy to shoot until this month. But with the way my work schedule was, and how I bet my next one will be, It's hard to get out of work early to get there in time. It's also pretty impossible to know ahead of time if I'll be made to stay at work late.
    I taught MacGyver the power of the paperclip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomerhc9 View Post
    Any plans to do any kind of limited walk-in slotting later? I've shot a bunch with you guys in the past and enjoy it, but have been too busy to shoot until this month. But with the way my work schedule was, and how I bet my next one will be, It's hard to get out of work early to get there in time. It's also pretty impossible to know ahead of time if I'll be made to stay at work late.
    I'm sure Hoser won't mind if I take this one. No walk-ins. The purpose of signing up online is to limit the amount of shooters so the staff is not there til 11:00 pm finishing up and cleaning up the mess. Most of us have to be to work the next morning too. From the score persons stand point it also helps to streamline the registration process along with alleviating the headaches and extra work created by walk-ins.

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    I think it went very well last night. I'd be happy to run a Nook provided there is some training up front.

    The pre-registration allowed early squad builds and Nook setup. Win-win in my book.

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    Running the Nook is super simple. I have seen many shooters pick one up for the first time and after inputting scores for a couple of shooters with a little bit of guidance from another they are fully confident with doing the task on their own. The Practiscore software on the Nook is build in a way that makes it hard so screw stuff up and the interface is very user friendly.

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