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I want to start shooting USPSA near Raleigh...

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by Disregarded9-side, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. Disregarded9-side

    Disregarded9-side Armchair IPSCer

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    ...I've got everything I need, and would like to shoot a few in the production class. Anyone near here familiar with the process?
    Thanks.:wavey:
     
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    Sir Walter Gun Club is hosting our monthly match this Saturday. Registration begins at 9, we shoot at 10. 7 stages with approx 150 rds but bring 180 just in case. You'll need enough mag carriers to get thru the field course which is usually 32 rds. Bring your "A" game also.
     
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    Disregarded9-side Armchair IPSCer

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    ^I'm sorry I missed that, that's would have ben exciting what I wanted to do. I've been under the weather :(.

    Thanks everyone for your responses, I hope to get out there soon. Hopefully with some of you.
     
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    Sir Walter hosts our USPSA match each month on the first saturday. Registration starts at 9, we shoot at 10. The next match is a special, 4 stage classifier match. We'll have 7 stages in all. Our last match had 142 shooters attending. So, come early.