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Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by firemedic1343, Feb 26, 2011.
Mine is more accurate than (any of) yours!
Can't do it - but would love to. Raincheck perhaps?
Sounds like someone is...
Just trying to start some healthy competition!
I wish it was just that! No $ and I live about 1,000 miles away from there. I have a couple of resumes into companies in GA, each which isn't too far from there so I'm just crossing my fingers (one of many reasons I would like to move back South).
I hope it works out for you GA has some beautiful country.
I can't see how an inch difference at 25yds could give an advantage in an IDPA style match. I would think the increased sight radius of the 20 would more than make up for that in a "run and gun" type competition. GSSF is like IDPA, right?
No never have. Retired early from BMW. Still getting over several surgeries. I live in Simp. just of 385. I would really like to see to some comp. shooting. Might come see you shoot in Anderson. At the moment i cannot draw reason to shoot the GSSF matches. Buski i'll come see some matches soon is there a place with a schedule?? I'll PM you which matches i plan to watch, thanks
Sure you can That's the great thing about GSSF, the COFs are "pretty much" standardized & they run matches all over the US.
So, you could hit a match in your AO; I could hit Morganton, NC & we compare results..Hee-Hee.
Greenville really has a nice club & their IDPA team is running some spectacular COFs @ their local matches. I recommend that you stop in, to watch or shoot a match. 1st IDPA match "anywhere" is free.
You can google search the club webpage & the directions/location is posted. IDPA is the 2nd Sunday of the month, I believe.
I love people who love competition!!!
GSSF, isn't really like IDPA; no work from the holster, no timed mag changes, no scenarios. But, it is in terms of accuacy; shot placement is more important than speed.
www.gssfonline.com is where you can find out more.
For someone like me, that has an 80% VA disability rating, it's less painfull. I do enjoy it.
...and most likely, if you hit one of the matches in the SE (GA, FL, SC) you may run into Mas Ayoob, who does shoot GSSF w/a G30 & discuss the merits of short barrel acuracy.
I was going to do the last one here in Florida, but I had to work that day and couldn't get a time trade. I'm going to have to start hitting those up, sounds fun.