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conditionone

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  1. At our matches we ask/require that all centerfire guns arrive at the shooters box in a holster. If you would like to bag it when you exit the box, you can do so at the safe table. We do this to keep things moving along and no one objects. Our safe tables are about 25' from the shooters box on each range so its not and issue.
  2. https://www.glockstore.com/Double-Diamond-Extended-Tungsten-Guide-Rod For a Glock, but fits M&P pro
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  4. I keep a section of fiberglass driveway marker in my bag.
  5. I'd rather deal with all the above listed agencies than ever having to deal with Botach again.
  6. If I pay a registration fee of $75 to $100 per gun at a level 2 match, I expect to only shoot and paint and prefer that the RO stays at the stage. At level one matches, I expect to be on the tablet and RO and prefer that the RO, (usually multiple RO's) move with the squad.
  7. Another satisfied Darn Tuff customer here. I have four different pairs for different shoes, activities and seasons. Excellent product.
  8. That is addressed in 3.4.1 and 3.4.2. I am referring to 7.4 "double jeopardy" penalty. https://uspsa.org/viewer/New_SCSA_Rule_Book_Jan_2019_Change_Log.pdf
  9. 7.4 states; "hitting plates from the wrong box in Outer Limits is a 3 second miss penalty, and not an additional procedural penalty" Additional to what? Wouldn't hitting plates from the wrong box be a procedural not a missed plate penalty? A better example and one that I hear about more often and most recently at ECSC, is when a shooter receives a procedural and a missed plate penalty for missing a plate in the first box. For some reason, a few RO's believe that the plates must be hit before moving to the center. I find the example in the update does not address this misunderstanding. A better example might be: If a shooter misses a plate in box one, he or she only receives a missed plate penalty. No procedural.
  10. "Please keep in mind that all firearms must be cased and unloaded when you arrive. No firearm can be uncased or handled until you are instructed to do so by a Range Officer or at one of our designated Safe Tables."
  11. Steel Challenge. It would be the same for any event. The shooter would not receive a DQ as it is not a SCSA/USPSA violation, but they would still have to leave. It is clearly stated at the time of online registration and the shooter has the option to withdraw from the event well in advance or simply comply with a common sense club safety rule.
  12. At my club, the only place you can uncase and or handle a firearm is at one of our designated safe tables or in the shooters box under the direction of a RO. This is clearly stated in the shooters registration conformation that is sent prior to attending the match. If someone uncases any where else they will be told to leave.
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