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Rifle Match 7/26/08 with a pistol stage.....

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania Glockers Club' started by LastDefender, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. LastDefender

    LastDefender

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    Just a note reminding everyone we're having a match on the 26th at 1000hrs. If you're shooting with us for the first time, come at 0930hrs for a safety briefing and general intro that will have you working alongside the regular shooters comfortably.

    We have a great course of fire for both disciplines planned, including Trans., weak side, and both rollover and magazine prone stages. Seven stages in all for both precision and practical.

    There is a multigun stage (PRACTICAL SHOOTERS ONLY) which requires ten rounds of pistol.

    PRECISION shooters - 50 rounds of precision rifle ammo.

    PRACTICAL shooters - 120 rounds rifle (no M855 or other SS109 bullets permitted on the steel) and 10 rounds pistol (STRONG SIDE HOLSTER REQUIRED).

    As always, please refer questions to: lastdefender@aol.com or check out this following link:

    http://langhornerodandgunclub.org/practicalrifle

    for a list of required equipment. I would add that you should bring extra water this time ;)

    Match fees are still only $10 members, $15 public with an LE discount available. It's a great way to get some solid practice time in with your patrol rifle or your bolt gun. Select-fire LE duty rifles are authorized but may be used only on semi-auto.

    Other registered NFA items are welcome from all shooters, and may be used in the competition. Remember to travel with your paperwork.

    Regards,
    Gary

    We love all thing Glock at LRGC!