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  1. I think an Android eink reader such as this would be the way to go for PS squad scoring devices. Eink reader on Amazon Google Play can be installed on this one. So I believe Practiscore could be loaded and run on a device such as this. The biggest problem I can see is their expense. But to have something that is truly readable in sunlight!
  2. I use it too. I'm too lazy to chase after Sketchup.
  3. As anyone who knows me will tell you, I have a hard time walking past brass, even 9mm, so I've got a wide array of mixed brass I've been loading. I've noticed that almost invariably, Extreme brass will trigger the Dillon powder checker on the high side. That brass gets deprimed and chucked into the junk brass box. Maybe I'm being overly cautious, but I'm not exactly hurting for 9mm brass right now due to my zeal for all that glittery range brass. How does Extreme load for you?
  4. I run 3.8 of W231 with 124 coated Acmes. Like others have noted previously, its sooty but cleans up easily.
  5. What does this 3rd party belt clip do that the OEM one supplied with the timer doesn't? Thanks!
  6. Those darn local match directors!!!!
  7. I got our club affiliated late last year with USPSA/SC. The biggest problem you'll encounter is help; help with setting up and tearing down the stages. Given the proximity to that population, you shouldn't have much trouble drawing shooters. Holding a match every Saturday might become a burden depending on your enthusiasm. Find out who your section coordinator is. Get them involved. They should be happy to help. You won't get affiliated without their assistance. Get a couple Amazon HD8's for your scorekeeping devices. iPad displays wash out in any kind of sunlight. The Fires do a bit better. I've found it rewarding to get a club up and running. Good luck!
  8. I went way, way, WAAAAYYYY out on a limb and chose a Glock 17.
  9. Hi. I'm a mediocre C class SS shooter. I run matches in east central Nebraska. Our club has been affiliated with USPSA/SC for almost one year now. I'll be shooting Production this coming year for a change of pace.
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