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Chances are perfect for finishing on Saturday...I'll be shooting (5) categories and around 1:30 pm in the afternoon the crowd will have thinned out and by then all R'O's will have eaten lunch and be waiting for late arrivals...last year I finished (4) categories in one hour...way too fast...but was fun. :supergrin:
 

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John F as you can see we all enjoy GSSF...and I know personally everyone except Bren...looks like we will have to rectify that, Lexington is a beautiful location for the match. Indy is under conrete baffles and everything is within less than 100 yards of all courses of fire....I would suggest that you just start talking to people and introduce yourselves you will probably meet one of us eventually....The ro's at Indy are great as well and I believe one of our Teammates will be ro'ing as well.. Jim Harlan... he wears a name tag ( IndyGlockers Team 1 and 11)if we can help give me a pm .....next month theres St.Paul and Marietta....great matches as well and if we can assist you in avoiding some of the pitfalls that exist it would make our day .Dennis :supergrin:
 

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Originally posted by John F
What do you mean bt pitfalls?
If you read and understand the way the match is run relative to sign in...your match will go quickly. When you first register...hopefully pre-registered you will need to pickup paperwork that shows what categories you will shoot,sign a liability release form and if you shoot on a Team submit the proper paperwork and fee. You will then need to go to each course of fire and sign in with name, category ,model of pistol and time arrived, there will be three areas. At your last area indicate that you are here and want to be squadded and start shooting...you will then be aquadded and given score sheets to fill out ( as far as the headers go). Other issues are your temperment at arrival and intensity during the match....The 5 to Glock needs slow deliberate/accurate shots...while the plates seems to bring out the race car driver in us...I usually try to start slow in the match and end up on the plates while the intensity grows (actually that might be my problem):supergrin: Pitfalls might be a harsh word...strategy might be a more appropriate word.
 
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