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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by DannyR, Apr 12, 2003.
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I liked the "warm-up" stage. They set-up all the GSSF stages in 1 bay to shoot. Well, they substituted square plates for targets in Glock M and 5 to Glock, but it was still a nice bay to shoot in to get rid of the jitters. Unfortunately I didn't get rid of all of them because they came back to haunt me. Very little or no wait times Sat. AM. The RO's did a nice job and registration went quickly. CGR had quite a few G23 orange Hi-Caps. I wish I had some extra cash for 2 or 6. I failed to heed my own advice and slow down and shoot accurately. I think I did fairly well even so. Can't what for the scores to come out. Now I need to start practicing for next year.
I liked the warmup stages on Saturday morning too. My suggestions for the warmup would be to have 3 RO's, one for each replica stage, and don't worry about tracking times or prizes. It was very benifical to go through a complete match warm up. Every one must of waited until Sunday to come out. All stages had very little wait time. We went through it so quick that I was wishing that there was another stage.
Nope, I RO'd the plates stage, and Sat. was the rush day. The big guy from Glock said that the advertising for the match was much less this year, but I didn't hear the reason. As I understand it, it wasn't in the mag. in time.
It was slow enough Sun that I pulled my bag out and practiced some of the things I learned from the other shooters.
I understand the match was a little slow this year, but it was good for me.