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Mr.Robot   

Online Registration and squadding is open for the April 23rd WCRHC Match. Please Register at the provided link then squad. When you squad, select the squad, then say yes to the pop up window, THEN click the "select Squad" button at the bottom of the page (Many people are forgetting to hit this last button). The match is 9 field courses. Payment/Registration verification window will open by 8:30am and close promptly at 9:30am. Shooters meeting at ~9:45am and We should be shooting at 10:00am. Any issues please contact me at wcrhc.ipsc66.stats@gmail.com. Remember if the match is full PLEASE use the waitlist. Planning meeting is tonight so details will follow!

 

https://practiscore.com/wcrhc-april-23rd-match/register

 

Hope to see you there!

Geoff (Stats)

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ROY NEAL   

Good Morning ALL,

 

I was hoping to get this done before Geoff sent out the email about squadding but this thing called work got in my way this morning..............so forgive us as this is out of order.

The good news is that it looks like the weather may finally break here in Southwest Michigan and we can get back to doing some shooting. Yeah!!!!!  That means that this upcoming Sunday April 23rd we will be hosting our first USPSA match of the season at IPSC66, at the Wayne County Raccoon Hunters Club......

 

Most of you know the drill.........9 stages, 0 classifiers........all field courses.......all level III courses ....somewhere between 220-250 rounds if you don't miss. Lots of tight shots, no shoots and hard cover (our guys seem to like spray painting targets for some reason......hmmmmmmm) along with movement to shoot on the move. Costs are the same this year at $25 for non members and $20 for members. This is the best bang for your buck in Midwest North America. I say that because we are getting many more Canadians registering this year as they get their paperwork done to come across for the match. We may have to put a cap on how many we let into the match (...naaahh....just kidding but we will see how many read this statement and react...). As usual, Geoff will release the google email on Mondays for non members to register as we try to take care of our club members and RO's first so that we can actually staff the match. That is one of the benefits of being a club member=first service for the match as it should be. Without the folks at the club working hard to build and staff the match, there wouldn't be a match. So please remember to Thank the staff for working for you...this year the cost of living expense match payment didn't go through so the members are still working for the same as last year (and the year before that and the year before that......in other words $$0). Please be gracious with your actions and words regarding the match and staff as these folks really do give their all in order to put on a good show. They have built 60 new target stands for the new bays, 3 picnic tables, 4 new safety table/area's, new walls, new range tables and refurbished all the walls from last year while working on steel and cleaning up the range.


Let's talk about the new bays for a minute.........they are not done yet. It has been the wettest winter in a long time around here which has not allowed the gravel company to come in and finish the bay floors. We are hoping to have this done for the May match but if it gets any wetter out there, the swamp will have crossed the road and we will have other issues. So the stages will be our regular 9 bays and not the new ones. Once the new bays get done, we can then do the parking lot and then the road so please show some patience and slow down when driving on the road and be as careful as possible when parking. With the new bays, we lost about 30 parking spaces. Please park on the hill on the right side of the road before you make the right hand turn into our parking lot. The parking on the south side near the port a pottys is really just too wet still and cars were sinking this past weekend.

 

Since registration is mostly done via practiscore, there is no good reason to not be on time. If you are late and have not called, then too bad......plan ahead or call to let us know that there is a problem. Your failing to show up on time so that we have to scramble to arrange squads is not our problem. It is your problem. Please be a responsible adult and we won't have any issues. If you register and don't show up, you took the slot of someone else who would have shot as we now have a waiting list. That means we expect you to pay for the slot whether you show up or not. We will just put you on a list for the following month. If you don't want to pay for the missed slot then please understand that you won't be allowed to shoot another match till you pay for the match slot that you registered for but did not show up for. That is only fair. So, registration starts at 8:30 (not before...give the staff a chance to get their stuff together first....) and will close by 9:15ish......so that we can be shooting by 10am and get out by 4pm. That is a great pace to shoot this much and gets everyone home at a reasonable time.

 

As always, if you have questions, please let myself or Geoff know and we look forward to seeing you this summer out on the range.

 

Roy

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Mr.Robot   

Another successful planning meeting!

9 Stages ~225 rds and the return of the Running Man prop!

 

Match is full and about 12 people on the waitlist.

 

Geoff (Stats)

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16 hours ago, Mr.Robot said:

return of the Running Man prop!

 

Subzero?
Buzzsaw?

Dynamo?

Captain Freedom?

Fireball?

 

 

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ROY NEAL   

Well Played Rumble Strip........well, played..................As soon as we get a Richard Dawson look a like to call the match for us, we can play this out.............think we can get Jessie the Body to make an appearance?

 

FYI..............Brazen Sport Watches is making an appearance at the match as the owner is from here in the Detroit area...........Look for him and his display.........I will be writing an article on his watches for Front Site magazine. Max and JJ love his stuff............check them out at www.brazensport.com

 

 

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