As is our tradition, in this great weather, the stages get bigger and more fun!
Round count at 142. There will be no shoots, hard cover, far shots, near shots, and decisions to confound the shooter. Stage instructions and Numbers are posted on each stage.
The gully stage is spread out and somewhat athletic.
Stage 1, Bay 7: 24 rounds, 12 metric targets + no shoots
Stage 2, Bay 8: 30 rounds, 15 metric targets + no-shoots
Stage 3, Bay 9: 28 rounds, 8 metric targets, 12 pepper poppers + no-shoots
Stage 4, Bay 10: The Gully, 24 rounds, 12 metric targets + no-shoots
Stage 5, Bay 12: Classifier 99-11, El Presidente, 12 rounds, 3 metric targets.
Stage 6, Bay 13: (narrow bay) 24 rounds, 12 IPSC Classic (turtle) targets, plus no-shoots
We will have our next pistol match on Saturday. 0815 register. 0900 first shots.
The weather forecast is iffy… so please check the website to look for changes.
6 stages, largely derived from the Dixie Cup stages.
We sure appreciate you coming and hope you had a great time!
The final scores can be seen here:
Bob Krogh won the shoot-off afterwards, winning 1000 rounds of D.O.A. ammunition 9mm.
Here is an aerial photo of the going ons today:
A reminder that our next big match is the first weekend of April. It is a 12 stage, 1.5 day all steel fest, sponsored by Berry’s Manufacturing. It will have dedicated ROs, 4 stages like our all steel Dixie Cup stage 8 (sans Dixie Cups), 4 stages of par-time steel, and 4 bays doubled of the complete Steel Challenge suite of stages.
Sign up at: https://clubs.practiscore.com/berrys-steel-open/register
Please share with your friends and clubs.
Thanks to our helpers
Big kudos to Jon Christensen and Denny Struss for designing our Dixie Cup 2014 stages. Jon is an original member of our club, and Denny a newcomer. Good job!
Also, special thanks to Bob Wolf, Brian Hess, and Eric and Linda Stidham, for building our shoot-off stage today.
Currently planned for Berry’s Pavillion 6pm @ the Range. We will make adjustments if wind drives us away.
You can join/renew prior (5PM on). The cost is $10. Note this is a meeting of the members of the non-profit Southern Utah Practical Shooters. The main purpose is to elect officers and conduct other business as the quorum requires.
Ken Nelson, President
Jeff Bailey, VP
Bob Wolf, Treasurer/Secretary
Jim Meade, Board Member
Chad Larsen, Board Member
All current board members and officers wish to run again, except for Chad Larsen. Chad has been elected President of the Dixie Desperado’s cowboy club. We wish Chad the best! Fortunately, he has no plans to give up Practical Shooting! Glen Wong has expressed interest in running for that seat. And of course anybody in good standing is welcome to run for any office. The by-laws do require board members to become USPSA RO certified within the year they serve.
Elected officers will then continue executing our three fold mission:
- promote practical shooting
- promote shooting education
- support and defend the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution
After the meeting, the Competition Clinic scheduled will take place.
Jon & Denny will lead the build 0900 to 2PM daily.
Help welcome. Not a lot of building, more target movement and placement.
RSVP if you can assist.
Very large turnout yesterday – awesome!
Thanks to Jeff Bailey as MD!
And special thanks to Denny Struss and Jon Christensen for setting up this match.
The multiple personalities (or Divisions) of Vegas shooter John McClain won the top 3 spots of this Special Classifier. (-:
Next up this week, Tuesday Night Steel, and then the Dixie Cup!
We will host a USPSA Special Classifier Match with 6 classifiers this Saturday.
6 stages (all from the new 2013 series)
Those who attended the recent RO class.. grab the time, run the squad!
This Saturday’s Black Rifle match match will be a 3-Gun (carbine, shotgun, pistol) run on the 5 UPOA MG stages, all are welcome! Start time will be 0930, registration at 0900. Match fee is $15.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Thu night at 5:30 PM for a MultiGun Carbine class from local 3-Gun pro Brian Nelson!
Topics covered will include:
Zeroing at distances 100-300 yard
Fundamental understanding of the rifle, optic and mechanical offset
Supported position shooting
Stance for movement and recoil control
Movement with the carbine
Safe abandonment/pistol transition
Please RSVP via comment or Facebook message. You will need around 100 rounds of rifle and 50 rounds of pistol ammo. I recommend bringing extra as we may cover additional topics not listed here, if we have time. Use of a .22 is allowed and we will have high velocity .22 available at the class for $8/100. Please bring a reliable carbine and pistol.
Big Feb for our practical shooters…
- RO class 1 Feb. I have one spot left if you are interested
- 5 stage 150 round USPSA Pistol Match 0900 Sat 1 Feb. Register 0800 on.
- ALL CLASSIFIER USPSA match 3rd Saturday ( 15 Feb )
- Annual club meeting Thursday evening 20 February in Berry’s Pavilion
- Dixie Cup Club Championship 22 Feb
E-mail email@example.com with questions.
Please register for the Dixie Cup on 22 Feb:
The match is 1/2 full just 2 days after announcing. I’d urge you to register and make sure you can compete.