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  1. There is a UPS store in Lake Wales to ship things back. Check the store times before thinking you can dash in & ship stuff before flying back. To me FedEx is the only way to ship a firearm & it’s expensive. Why not take it in your luggage? “If” you get over luggage weight, it should be cheaper than the 2 day air rate FedEx charges.
  2. Thanks for the info. Confirms what I’ve been thinking about to try the AA7.
  3. I use WAC & not had any issues. 6.9g at 1.161. Gun doesn’t seem to like HS6 at all. Thinking of trying the AA7.
  4. Really good tips here. Need to try the smile idea. I tend to subconsciously tense up my neck/shoulders & clench my jaw right before the beeper goes off. I’m thinking “stage plan, stage plan”. Apparently it makes me so stiff, I don’t flow well through the stage.
  5. It’s great to know there will be updates coming as the stages are developed. Stages on computer don’t always work out in reality. Looking at the schedule matrix, I was wondering where Chrono fits in. A certain time? As the squad ends with stage 6?
  6. ^this is what I’ve noticed helps me get more out of practice sessions. Being ready to practice & focus on what I’m there to do. Everything else is on pause. Warm up, limber up, a mag or so check my gun, grip, holster, draw, etc... & then get to what I’m there to practice on. A caution to long practice times is mental fatigue. You can nit pick yourself into frustration if you go too long. I try to work on about 2-3 things per session while maintaining good form.
  7. This would be a nice option. I regularly use PD once fired brass, only a few shady pieces here & there. Better than any other options.
  8. Looking at google earth of the Universal Shooting Academy, doesn’t look like there is any room for parking. Is it a situation of parking roadside & carrying all the gear to the long bay area?
  9. White box Winchester with my JP. Haven’t noticed anything that made me want otherwise. Pretty accurate out to 50 yards, still getting hits at 80...the 100 yard mark is a little tough but those are probably operator errors.
  10. I’ve been using the Lucas extreme. Has a neat applicator tip to get in the tight places. Seems to do very well in hot & cold weather.
  11. I want to know this as well. And if so, what are the hours?
  12. Run! Run very far away! It will make your hair gray & cause wrinkles! You will question your sanity at times. Run!!!
  13. Wow! Good to know. Rain boots going on the packing list. Cool pic! Looks like a fun time.
  14. I keep hearing about how Nationals has a tradition of it raining. Looking to those who are experience with the FrostProof weather. How deep does the mud get? Are there places/cover to get out of the rain? Rain gear suggestions, like big ponchos or umbrellas, extra shoes, cover for gear bags? [emoji299]️[emoji939][emoji299]️[emoji939][emoji299]️[emoji939][emoji299]️
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