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  1. I spoke to Shooters Connection about this. They indicated they are working with a supplier and may carry it soon. They are really supportive of the sport. Jay
  2. Yes the duct tape does stay in place. The issue is that when it is hit by a bullet there is no clear defined hit zone because duct tape flexes.
  3. Sarge, I normally use spray paint. I also use 2" wide tape because of the over spray. The tape you directed me to is 1" wide. Because of that width I think rolling the paint although more labor intensive would leave a crisp looking target. That was my thought thinking about the sharpie and how thin the line would be. Jay
  4. Sarge, Do you think using a Sharpe against a straight edge then rolling on the black paint would work. Jay
  5. I paint the targets for our club matches. To make crisp straight lines I use Black Duct Tape. A friend is tasked with painting the targets for an upcoming area match. The MD does not want to use duct tape because it flexes to much. What tape do you guys use for Sectional and Area match targets. Thanks Jay
  6. matir, Thanks for the input. What confused me was when I went to what is Google+ there was a list of apps that included Drive. Very unclear.
  7. Google sent me a specific notice. Yes it said Google+. I reasearched Google+ and it includes Google Drive.
  8. Google said no uploads after February 2nd. Starting in May they will be shutting down consumer Drive and start deleting the accounts.
  9. Our club designs stages in Sketchup then uploads them to Google Drive so others in the match setup team can make suggestions and edit the stages before the match. Google just informed us that they will be discontinuing Drive for consumers. Any input on what others are using would be appreciated. Thanks Jay
  10. I started with a Conture camera mounted to my hat. Good video but heavy on the hat. Went with a GoPro mounted to the hat. I had issues starting and stoping the camera and somehow I got upside down videos. The sound quality was not good. When't back to the Conture with a helmet mount mounted to the side of my muffs. Can't feal the weight now. Both cameras had equal video quality Conture better sound. Sony has some good looking cameras with a lense stabilization system. Just can't figure how to mount it yet.
  11. I went with a Shooters. Connection belt system. Reasonably priced, with good build quality.
  12. Have the same ear muffs and had the same problem. I sent them to SRS and they determined it was corrosion in the battery compartment. They cleaned it and I went to lithium batteries. They now last 1/2 year but not the whole year like before. The corrosion caused there to be current in the battery compartment even when off.
  13. I use to be in charge of safety for a foundry. Good old OSHA made heat stress an issue they would inspect you on. After much research I instructed our people on the following: pre hydrate about 15 minutes before they started work with water. Don't drink caffeinated beverages including coffee before or during work. Alternate between an electrolyte drink and water. You can get to much electrolyte. Don't get thirsty drink on a schedule not when you feel you need it. Interestingly enough there are more heat stress injuries in Canada than the US each year. The issue is acclimation. Canadians because of less acclimation has more issues. Because of that they had better data on how to prevent heat stress. We offered three electrolyte choices. The first was nunn which were tablets you put in bottled water these had no sugar. The second was sports drinks which has sugar and salt. Finally the third were pills and I can't remember the name but they were salt free. We also went over heat stress response training. In general get the person to a cooler area. Lay them down on there side. Call 911 then if possible get them to slowly drink liquids. Place ice or something cold under there arm pits, head, and groin. Jay
  14. When we use the underside of walls as a low port we note that in the WSB for those walls.
  15. We always put in our WSB , walls are considered hard cover. They extend to the ground and up to infinity. So if someone shoots targets under or over walls all hits on targets are mikes.
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