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  1. Definitely a bummer about the Rock. Are any of you shooting the pro-am at the Clinton House this year?
  2. They have already stopped production of the 014 holster.
  3. Thanks Guys! I saw this thread just in time to snag two Atlas sides for a great price! Last day of the sale!
  4. USA is only an hour or so from Orlando. Super easy to fly in and out of and not hard to find a cheap flight.
  5. I also shot the pro-am. Great match put on by some great people! Yes, Rockcastle is an amazing facility. You are talking about a completely different "flavor" of match though. USPSA matches are inherently bay style matches. I could be wrong and someone please correct me if I am but I don't think there has ever been a completely natural terrain USPSA match. I do know some folks prefer one over the other. I personally like both. While I enjoy the physical challenge of a terrain match I also enjoy the fast and furious stages at a bay match!
  6. There are several clubs that host 3 gun matches all over Florida. Im sure you could hit one or more prior to this match for a warm up before hand. Besides USA in Frost Proof you have Shoot GTR in Gainesville, Ancient City in St Augustine, Port Malabar Rife and Pistol Club in Palm Bay, Manatee Gun Club in Myakka City (Tampa). All have monthly 3 gun matches. Check out their websites for dates!
  7. No doubt, and if Pete is hosting it your gonna have a killer match regardless of the format. I haven't shot Benning yet but I've heard nothing but positive. Its for sure a bucket list match for me. You gotta be quick to sign up though!!
  8. I totally agree. Moving a nationals match around gives people like yourself the opportunity to participate. Not everyone can or will travel across the country to shoot. On the other hand there are probably only a handful of ranges that can or want to host a match of that magnitude. So, there are regions that will probably never host one.
  9. Is no one willing to step up and host the area matches? Is it possible the creation of the UML has anything to do with the move? It's pure speculation, but why have your National championship at a club where your format is no longer supported. Honestly, I have no idea. I am glad it will be in Florida, but I understand why some are not. If it moves back west in 2020 I will not be upset. I may even shoot it. I have only been to pro gun club once. I think it's a great facility and I'm very much looking forward to Surefire in a few months!
  10. AF is pretty spot on. Id expect to pay $250-$400 for this match. Registration is not open yet. They just announced the venue.
  11. Do you feel the multi-gun nationals shouldn't move around like the pistol nationals! Last year I shot the iron sight nationals in Utah. This year its in Florida. This year multi-gun nationals were in Nevada. Next year they are in Florida. I am not from the west coast. Are there not Area multi-gun matches like Area pistol matches out there? For instance, this years Area 6 multi-gun championship was held at...… Universal Shooting Academy!
  12. Defiantly, there is no doubt USA can handle a large match. I agree, the facility will limit the number of long range stages. I imagine there will be at least one long range stage though. We shoot to 400yds regularly at the monthly match there. I believe it will be a faster pace match with some technical challenges. You're right, prepare for a difficult match!
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