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  1. The Utah Peace Officers Association (UPOA) is hosting the 3rd annual Multigun Championship on February 17th, 2016 at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting Range (same range as last years USPSA Handgun Nationals) in St. George, UT. This match is limited to Law Enforcement; active, retired, federal, state, local, military police, and jail/prison. There is a non LEO match held on the following Saturday, February 20th. The match fee is $30 and it includes a shirt. Last year there was over 20 sponsors for the match. There was over $8k in product on the prize table including 4 guns and a suppressor. The match is limited to 100 competitors per day, the LEO match only has 4 slots left at this time. The non-LEO match has quite a few slots left. There will be a Law Enforcement Multigun National Championship in Fall 2016 at this same range. Expect 250-300 LEO shooters from across the country and an epic prize table. Send me a message if you are interested or have any questions. Jeremy Dunn aka "Jeremy Law" on Facebook Here are the links to register for the UPOA Multigun: https://practiscore.com/2016-upoa-multigun-championship/register https://practiscore.com/2016-upoa-multigun-championship-civilian/register
  2. The Utah Peace Officers Association (UPOA) is hosting the 3rd annual Multigun Championship on February 17th, 2016 at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting Range (same range as last years USPSA Handgun Nationals) in St. George, UT. This match is limited to Law Enforcement; active, retired, federal, state, local, military police, and jail/prison. There is a non LEO match held on the following Saturday, February 20th. The match fee is $30 and it includes a shirt. Last year there was over 20 sponsors for the match. There was over $8k in product on the prize table including 4 guns and a suppressor. The match is limited to 100 competitors per day, the LEO match only has 4 slots left at this time. The non-LEO match has quite a few slots left. There will be a Law Enforcement Multigun National Championship in Fall 2016 at this same range. Expect 250-300 LEO shooters from across the country and an epic prize table. Send me a message if you are interested or have any questions. Jeremy Dunn aka "Jeremy Law" on Facebook Here are the links to register for the UPOA Multigun: https://practiscore.com/2016-upoa-multigun-championship/register https://practiscore.com/2016-upoa-multigun-championship-civilian/register
  3. The Portland Police Association's Cover Foundation is sponsoring a 3 Gun match to raise money for Officer Paul Meyer. Officer Meyer was injured during training and is paralyzed from the waist down. Needless to say he has incurred numerous expenses not covered by insurance, such as remodeling his house. Please see officerpaulmeyer.com for more info on Paul and the link to registration. You can also email the Match Director at opm3gun@gmail.com. This match will be set up for law enforcement but any experienced 3 gunner is welcome. Law/Mil will be scored separately and we will have Limited and Scoped Tactical categories. Numerous businesses have donated to the prize table. Glock, Leupold, Leatherman, L.E.E.D, Remington, Thunder Ranch, Benchmade, Pumpkin Ridge Golf, Viking Tactics, and FLIR just to name a few. I do not have a total but it will be a great prize table. The prizes will be by random draw so grab your duty gear and come have a good time and raise some money for a good cause! The match will be held on August 25th, 2013 at Tri County Gun Club, Sherwood, Oregon.
  4. My police department uses Federal 180 grain HST ammo for duty carry. We carry the Glock model 22 (.40 s&w). I have carried the same group of rounds for just over 3 years. I noted some of the rounds looked a little short today. I measured the OAL and found them to vary between 1.125 (normal) to 1.088 (WAY TOO SHORT!). Federal stated the velocity to be 1010 fps, making these a pf of 181.8! What is your professional opinion on this? I obviously have some concern.
  5. I am looking for better ideas on my training. I am Police Officer and I shoot IDPA and USPSA on the side to make myself more proficient in my career. I practice the following everyday that I suit up: 1. Draw stroke with my shot timer set to par times between 1.3 seconds down to 0.6 seconds. I start at a 1.3 to make sure my form and grip is perfect, then increase my speed till .6. I can beat .7 and still fighting for the .6. 2. Dry fire on 1/3 scale IDPA targets (3) at between 15 and 30 feet. 3. Transitions between targets will perfect sight picture. 4. Reloads with retention and tactical reloads using snap caps. (every other time) This usually takes me about 15-20 minutes, about 25 when I do reloads. Any ideas on what I am missing or could do better?
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