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  1. Hey all! New to the forum but no to shooting. I have been shooting for about 30 years or so. I have been a trainer in the shooting arts for about 23 years or so. Funny that I just now decided to give competitions a try. So I decided to try out USPSA and my first match will be on May 7th if I can get everything in order by then. I'm thinking of trying out the Limited Division with a major power factor in .40, I hope. I also just started reloading as well, so I am trying to learn as much as I can at this point. I have read that this is one of the best sites for competition and reloading information so I am hoping to learn a lot and give back as soon as I am able to. I don't know if it matters but I just picked up a Springfield Armory XD(M) 5.25" Competition in .40 S&W to use in competitions. I haven't shot it yet but I'm sure it will handle nicely. Pleasure to meet everyone. Mat
  2. Announcing the inaugural Bluegrass Shotgun Championship July 30 at the Bluegrass Sportsmens League in Wilmore, Kentucky, just outside Lexington. This one day match will feature 9-10 challenging stages with short and fast bay-type stages and longer open terrain-type stages and everything in between. There are few shotgun-only matches this year and the Bluegrass Shotgun Championship promises to be the largest and perhaps only dedicated shotgun match east of the Mississippi in 2016. The match is limited to 100 shooters and registration is OPEN at Practiscore ($60 match fee). Match staff are working on random draw prize table - updates forthcoming. Divisions will include open, semi-auto and pump. Trophies awarded for Top 3 in each division plus high Kentucky overall for each division. Follow the Bluegrass Shotgun Championship on Facebook for up-to-date info, stage information, lodging and rules.
  3. Class: Learning how to shoot your Rifle when your Heart Rate increases & under Stress -Has your shooting been skipping a beat? Does your heart rate or the pressure of competition take the X out of your shot? We can help you learn how to shoot in a competitive atmosphere and deal with the stress and elevated heart rate you face during 3 gun or rifle competitions. We are Olympians Lanny and Tracy Barnes and we have been competing in biathlon (cross-country skiing and rifle marksmanship) for over 15 years with a combined 4 Olympic Games. We have mastered the skills of shooting with and elevated heart rate and under stress and want to share those skills with you so you can bring your shooting to a whole new level. Location: Rockcastle Shooting Center, Kentucky 585 Park Mammoth Rd, Park City, Kentucky 42160 Instructors: Olympians Tracy & Lanny Barnes Date/Time: August 19th, 9:00 am -4:00 pm (with lunch break) Cost: $150 (Payable at TOP Shooting Institute's Website) Ammo: Bring 200 rounds of ammunition with you. Type of Firearm: This course is a rifle course. You may bring either your .22LR or your .223 Caliber Rifle/Carbine Class Limit: There is a limit of 16 students. (A minimum of 10 students is needed to hold the course) Registration/Info: Register and more information can be found at TOP Shooting Institute's Website Questions: Please email: topshootinginstitute@gmail.com or call (970)946-6726 This course breaks down the physiological and psychological aspects of shooting and helps the competitive shooter get to the next level. The course is designed to help the shooter to be able to handle the mental and physical rigors that are faced in shooting competitions today. There is some physical exertion in this course, but no more than you’d see in a match. These techniques are used by highly trained athletes/shooters in the incredibly demanding Olympic sport of biathlon and can be transferred to any type of shooting competition and work for any type of shooting platform. The instructors have an extensive background in physiology and psychology and have competed internationally in shooting for over 15 years at the highest level. Tracy & Lanny are dedicated and passionate about helping shooters reach their potential. Sign up today for the class at the state of the art Rockcastle Shooting Center and join in the excitement and thrill of this incredibly instructional and fun course.
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