We got rained out on Saturday before we got to the zip line stage, so I didn't get to shoot it, but it looked really cool.
And that pop up "innocent" right in front of the pop up bad guy was awesome.
Back window of the van didn't survive the day.
I take pride in my double taps. I can usually put two holes in the paper pretty close to each other pretty quick.
On that spin drop spin target, I hit the steel, and send two towards the target and felt really good that I drilled it.
When we scored it, I had one dead center and one clean miss for a +5.
That thing was quick!
During the van stage, they told me I had my leg exposed while shooting from cover, and in the next stage, we had to shoot a bad guy's exposed leg, which dropped an IDPA target from cover onto it's side, and then shoot it twice. I could see my shots missing the zero spot so I kept shooting until I had two in the right place.
I personally only got to shoot three stages on Saturday because of the rain, but they all looked great to me.
That place is really nice!
All the pistol bays close and so is the parking so walking is kept to a minimum, and everything is well drained and graveled
Nobody had muddy shoes!
We had six pistol stages plus the BMG and the force on force, which also used the van.
Lunch was ala carte by the club, ham/cheeseburgers, brats, baked beans, potato salad, pasta salad.
I was very impressed, and think we have found a permanent home for this event.
Great people, great place, great time!
Ain't activism fun?
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"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something.
And because I can not do everything, I will not refuse to do the something I can do.
What I can do, I should do. And what I should do, by the grace of GOD, I will do."- Edward Everett Hale (descendant of Nathan Hale)