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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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    Quote Originally Posted by CHA-LEE View Post
    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.
    So what about ro'ing. Do I even need classes or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomerhc9 View Post
    So what about ro'ing. Do I even need classes or something?
    Yes. It is a 2 day class and you must be a USPSA member to attend.
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    WiseAsset is 100% correct. No walk ins.

    The whole signing up ahead of time is a new policy. If it turns out that it is not working out, my match staff, the range owner and I will sit down and try to figure something else out.

    Please try to understand that your match staff are volunteers and have jobs outside this match.
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    My daughter may be interested in shooting at these matches.
    I have questions about this.
    Where can I get info on the different classes and groups?
    Can you use reloads, how much ammo is needed in a match, what firearms are legal? Those type of questions.

    Thanks
    Roger

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    The first 2 posts in the thread answer a few of your questions and have links to the rest.

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    Fun match last night.

    People are finally starting to understand the online signup process.

    Thanks to everyone that came early to help with set up and those that stayed till the end to help tear down. We could not and would not do it without your help.
    All those moments will be lost in time,
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    I found footage of some chump making brass in a hurry at the match last night ......

    Last edited by CHA-LEE; 01-05-2016 at 18:28.

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    Been awhile since I shot, had a great time Hoser! Thanks for doing this match, I think I'm destined to become a regular!

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