ADulay

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About ADulay

  • Rank
    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 11/03/1947

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Punta Gorda, FL
  • Interests
    IDPA and USPSA
  • Real Name
    Andrew Dulay

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  1. Yes, I remember shooting that Postal Match and then it was gone. If we're taking a vote, I'd say do it after the rules changes. Looking forward to it. AD
  2. The Classifier has never required a cover garment. AD
  3. Perfect. Best description of BUG to date. AD
  4. Yep. Load it to six and you're good to go. AD
  5. Ditto. AD
  6. Whatcha need? Try www.swfps.com and that will give you a calendar of events. There's always the Thursday night USPSA match at 6pm. The 9th has the monthly IDPA match at 9am and the 10th has a USPSA match at 9am. Monday nights are IDPA. Cowboy and 3-Gun are weekend events. That should get you started. AD
  7. Probably the best idea to date. AD
  8. Kraj, You'll find that having the side bags will greatly expand your options when riding with "your equipment" for a match. Just being able to carry weather gear on one side will change the way you look at travel to matches. I just ran 440 miles (round trip) to shoot a USPSA Classifier match down in Homestead this weekend. That green bag on the seat was in the right side bag. The weather gear is in the left side bag. Spare ammunition and all that (drinks, sandwiches, bundles of cash for the casino later, etc) are in the rear top pack. 400 miles for a match? It was a good day for a ride, the weather was nice and I got to shoot a match half way through it! If I would have had to drive a car to the match, I wouldn't have gone! Get the side bags. You'll use them a lot. And as in my case, they come off quick so when you want to RIDE, you can still do it! AD
  9. That pretty much describes the way we do it at our club also. The online registration has really saved us a ton of time on shooting day. AD
  10. Hmmmm, good point on the email thing. I haven't had anyone mention that to me yet, but I can see where it could be problematic. Thanks. AD
  11. Hmm, we must be the odd club out there. About half of our shooters are grabbing the ongoing scores on their phones during a match to see what their buddies are doing on the other squads. I even do it myself from time to time. I haven't had any problems with the Master Nook getting screwed up from any of this as the shooters are merely "syncing" with the local/stage Nook or the ones in the next bays. AD
  12. It shows up immediately after the match director (or his agent) posts it. I always post any Classifier to the IDPA site the same day.. AD
  13. I don't find that amount of PE's to be out of line with a normal Level 1 match. Just looked back at our last 4 matches and here's how it looked for "Shooters / PE's": 47 / 39 55 / 47 55 / 27 53 / 31 Considering most of those are probably from newer people shooting "out of sequence" or not using WHO/SHO or the always popular "leaving a position of cover with an empty gun", I'd say your numbers were pretty much average. AD
  14. Bill, Go to the match you are planning on signing up for. Look at the www.practiscore.com/xxx/-match/register link. Change the word "register" to "squadding". AD