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  1. Just received the Sig Romeo 3XL. The glass is 35mm across with 3 MOA dot (adjustable intensity) which I prefer for those 10" plates. Built this from scratch and focused on light weight. Tactical Innovations Elite22LC receiver (left charging handle and bolt), ModShot stock, Volquartsen UltraLight barrel and TG2000 trigger group, Smoke Composites carbon fiber grip. Total weight (unloaded) 3.6 pounds. Will report back as it was just mounted yesterday (Friday) and going to a match on Monday. BC
  2. Sunday is now sold out. Saturday only has 4 slots left as of 8:45 AM Tuesday. Registration closes tomorrow, Wednesday June 12th at 8:30 PM. There will be no extension. We are not allowing walk-up entries as there are 15+ scoring devices that must be correctly populated to meet Mike Foley's paperless match requirements. Regards, Bill Chunn Statistics / Scoring - 2019 Michigan Sectional Championship
  3. Kevin, Michael Scheid is the MD this year and hopefully he has gotten back to you by today (Tuesday) but if not here is what I know. The hotel is the Days Inn and Suites by Wyndham in Rochester Hills. Address is 1919 Star Batt Drive, Rochester Hills, MI 48309, about 8 miles from the range. We have a block of rooms booked so no need to book one on your own. The deal is the same as last year, double occupancy and if you prefer a room on your own, just pay for other half. You are working on Stage 4 (link) as the appointed CRO with Matt K. (CRO), Jim H. (RO) and Brett S. (RO) who are all NROI certified and DSC club members. Again, thanks for helping out (again) and as always your expert critique on the stages and our oversights are always welcome. This is the 27th year we have been doing this USPSA thing and a few of us old guys are stepping back and letting the young blood run things. As you well know, that involves a learning curve so your advice will be well received. Again, thanks. Bill
  4. Final week for registration and we are down to 14 slots left 3 slots on Saturday 11 on Sunday Match update: There are now 10 stages and chronograph 277 rounds Matchbook and stages are up on PractiScore Scroll down to the middle of the page for the Match documents https://practiscore.com/2019-michigan-sectional/register
  5. Has anybody found a magwell for the Lead Star lower? Preferrable in carbon fiber to keep the weight down. Thanks, BC
  6. Another vote for Smoke Composites. Running a front handgrip on the hand guard, I prefer that the M-Lok cuts on the bottom to be close to the mag well. John made sure that I got the 10" PCC version of the hand guard even though it was not on the website (it is now!!). Have ordered the grip, buttstock, cheek riser, spacer tube, buffer plate and the enhanced buttplate upgrade. Everything fit perfectly and ordered another stock and buttplate upgrade for the backup PCC. Knocking 20% off cinched the deal!
  7. 2019 Michigan Sectional Championship Registration opens on: January 01, 2019 @11:00 AM Registration closes on: June 07, 2019 @ 5:30 PM Times are local to America/Detroit time zone. Match starts: June 14, 2019 @ 8:00 AM · Match ends: June 16, 2019 @ 5:00 PM Location: Detroit Sportsman’s Congress, 49800 Dequindre Road, Utica, MI 48317 Competitors will shoot Match on Saturday / Sunday June 15-16, 2019 Staff will shoot the Match on Friday June 14, 2019 9 stages+Chrono 250+ rounds Match Fee - $170.00 On May 1st 2019 registration will be increased to $190 One Match t-shirt included with fee – Please enter size on registration form Lunch will be provided at no additional charge Refunds will be provided until 11:59 PM on April 30th 2019 with a $7 processing fee. There will be no refund after that. Sanctioned - USPSA Level 2 Match - USPSA MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED Squadding - First Entered (and paid) will be the first to Squad using PractiScore (<-- click) on-line Squadding Scoring - USPSA Hit Factor Scoring Awards - Trophy’s awarded at end of match for top placements
  8. 2019 Michigan Sectional Championship Registration opens on: January 01, 2019 @11:00 AM Registration closes on: June 07, 2019 @ 5:30 PM Times are local to America/Detroit time zone. Match starts: June 14, 2019 @ 8:00 AM · Match ends: June 16, 2019 @ 5:00 PM Location: Detroit Sportsman’s Congress, 49800 Dequindre Road, Utica, MI 48317 Competitors will shoot Match on Saturday / Sunday June 15-16, 2019 Staff will shoot the Match on Friday June 14, 2019 9 stages+Chrono 250+ rounds Match Fee - $170.00 On May 1st 2019 registration will be increased to $190 One Match t-shirt included with fee – Please enter size on registration form Lunch will be provided at no additional charge Refunds will be provided until 11:59 PM on April 30th 2019 with a $7 processing fee. There will be no refund after that. Sanctioned - USPSA Level 2 Match - USPSA MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED Squadding - First Entered (and paid) will be the first to Squad using PractiScore on-line Squadding Scoring - USPSA Hit Factor Scoring Awards - Trophy’s awarded at end of match for top placements
  9. As long as the RO staff picked up everyone's dropped magazine and counted the rounds that remained, then that would be equally applying the rules to all competitors. If they didn't do that, then the CRO has some explaining to do.... specifically why he chose the OP to count his remaining rounds in the dropped magazine. BC
  10. Anybody have a link to this ANG timer? BC
  11. After talking to one of the ROs on the stage, the exact shooting location was really small, in the back corner of the free fire zone, defined by two fault lines set at less than 90 degrees. All the shooters had to engage the Max Trap along with three other static targets from this exact same position. As the match progressed, Friday that position was fine. Saturday, the "hole" dug by the competitors repeatedly stopping at that point got a little deeper. By Sunday it was noticeable. It was lower than what had been setup and checked on Friday. So yes, it was the CRO's fault for NOT filling in the hole after each squad ran the stage. We had a similar situation on the stage that I ran.... start position was seated on a bar stool, loaded gun on the barrel in front of you, hands on the barrel marks. Almost everyone took off to the right side, digging a hole on left side of the bar stool. Filled it in after every squad and smacked it down with the shovel.... put the bar stool back in place, which was marked with anchored sticks. We all have to remember that this is still a VOLUNTEER sport. If a volunteer is not doing what they are supposed to be doing, a little coaching by demonstrated examples goes a long way to keeping that person on the staff side of the equation. YMMV.... Regards, BC
  12. Correct... The WSB did not indicate it was a disappearing target and so the scoring tablet was not setup as such. It was never intended as a disappearing target. The person that stapled the No Shoot up and the CRO that checked the stage before competition began were the two failure points.
  13. Lesson learned .... Set the No Shoot on the Max Trap (or Clam Shell) so 100% of the upper "A" zone is visible when it is at rest. Appendix B for Metric targets states "At least 25% of the lower A-zone, or the entire upper A -zone, must remain visible around hardcover or overlapping no-shoots". At a Level 2 charity match this past weekend, a shooter looked at the setup on Saturday, made a comment about it being an illegal target then shot the stage on Sunday. Since he didn't do too well on that stage (compared to the others in the Super Squad) he contested the target and had the CRO call the Range Master. End result.... stage 1 is thrown out of the match..... Since this was the first stage after the chronograph, there became a pile up of squads on Stage 2. The flow of the match was destroyed by simply placing the No Shoot 1/4 inch too high. Too bad all the shenanigans didn't get him the top spot.... guess that was just karma kicking in.... But the ripple effect across the match scores was noticed. One guy in Single Stack lost first place due to the stage being thrown out. Oh well...will know next time. Correct No Shoot placement shown in the photo below.
  14. Well the match is in the books. Lots of people putting video up for the basement stage with the "dance club" lighting. Thanks to an incredible crew and Board of Director level support for this match at Detroit Sportmen's Congress. Another video Link BC
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