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About T.Nyland

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  • Birthday 11/24/1997

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    Thomas Nyland

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  1. Fixed the links--seems like the dropbox links only work for me. The props are along the left and right berms. The stage design pictures were made several months ago, and were not drawn to scale (plates not being farther than 26 feet), as well as being drawn for a concept, rather than an actual stage. I can look into keeping models from falling through the floor, however, as far as I know, there are no ways of doing this.
  2. For those who don't know, Google has a program "Sketchup" In Sketchup, you can create, modify, and publish models of whatever you like. We use it to create stage designs like these: | --- 50yd bay, originally made by DVCMarkR http://www.mediafire.com/?28uk34mtg7lm1m6 100yd bay, modified by T.Nyland http://www.mediafire.com/?xd7yv4uahh4nxn5 Download Google Sketchup http://sketchup.google.com/intl/en/ More USPSA designs http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/search?q=USPSA&styp=m&btnG=Search&hl=en-GB&ct=lc&start=48 --- Any bugs, questions, or comments? Suggestions?
  3. LOL...when T.Nyland started shooting Steel Challenge he was blasting away and taking 15+ rounds to finish a 5-round stage. It was then that I enacted a 10 round mag limit so I could afford to feed the M&P 9. Thats not funny!!
  4. It's not sandbagging if I cant win a match in my division!
  5. A few from an awesome movie: Shooter Welcome to Tennessee, patron state of shootin' stuff. Sarah Fenn: What are you going to do? Bob Lee Swagger: Exercise my right to bear arms Bob Lee Swagger: Where are we meeting? Colonel Isaac Johnson: Somewhere where I can see you coming from a god damned long way off. I'm just a peckerwood who lives in the hills with too many guns
  6. I'd say get set up for a target, go prone, loosen the mounts, so you can freely move your scope closer or farther away from you. Find out where you can see through it with no problems, then tighten down the screws. The only problem (that I can think of) is that when you go offhand or kneeling, you might have your head in a different position than what it might be if you were prone. It migt be best to move to a red-dot or another scope with a more relief. Good luck! T.
  7. Welcome to the forum! The "Shooting" board seems to be a wealth of knowledge. If I can say anything, practice is your best friend.
  8. I started off shooting a CZ115(I think.) It's a .22 bolt action with a 4x 20mm scope... Its a great gun! I say start him off with a .22 rifle, move to a .22 pistol, then to a 9mm. Upgrades came along the better I got. MGM Targets and the US AMU (Army Marksmanship Unit) put on a clinic for juniors in the past years. I went for 2008 and 2009... I learned a lot... Mainly from Travis Tomasie. The rest of my training came from the people that shoot the local matches. In short: Start off with a .22, move up to whatever gun he wants (within logic. i.e. no $6000 gun), get him to a clinic or two, then let it just improve from there. Just dont push him too hard to shoot. Kids who get pushed into sports lose interest. Good luck! T.
  9. I figured I'd join in the fun on the forums... So here I am! I started shooting when I was 9. I'm 13 and classified C in Production, but I recently shot a 100% on "Razor's Edge." -hoping it will raise my classification a bit. I'm pretty good with photoshop and making videos, so if anyone needs any work done, I can do it in my spare time. I cant post links yet, but my youtube is "USMCLeeSwagger" I'm Gomer's kid...Sadly.
  10. Still getting set-up.

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