BillChunn Posted February 13, 2014 Share Posted February 13, 2014 (edited) We usually run four (4) stages on our indoor matches. The first is a "warm up" type stand-n-blast (Stage 4) that everybody on the squad shoots, one at a time of course. We have three other stages that are setup on the range. A shooter will be called to each stage, they shoot and then back up to allow the next stage to be shot by the next shooter. After all three are shot, all are scored on Nooks with each stage having it's own scorer and Nook. We have a matrix posted on a whiteboard showing when each shooter will be shooting each stage. Keeps everybody organized. We have found that it takes 90 minutes to have 9 shooters complete 4 stages which boils down to two and a half minutes per shooter per stage. Here is the February match. Stages 1 through 3 are setup on the range and Stage 4 is pushed right up against the rubber impact area and shot first. Stage 2 - "Side Swipe" is based on a stage designed by Arrowood Boyz. Some minor modifications were made to fit the stage onto our range. A huge THANKS to him and the guys in Georgia that sent their indoor stage designs. BC Stage 1 - Quadruple Play.pdf Stage 2 - Side Swipe.pdf Stage 3 - Positions.pdf Stage 4 - Detroit Bodyguard.pdf Edited February 14, 2014 by BillChunn Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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