ipscron2000 Posted March 27, 2005 Share Posted March 27, 2005 I've always wondered how people REALLY feel about this subject. I understand there is a wide range of people in this world, but what is the main thought process of club members. I'm sure there are shooters who don't join any club so they can use it as an excuse not to help out with ANY or ALL of the duties of running a USPSA match at a local level. I've experienced the entire range of people myself. I didn't know how much work was involved until I was doing it myself. It’s almost tiring to hear from shooters at the finish of a match that they have to attend a BBQ or children’s function. I would love to do that to but someone has to provide a decent match for all of the shooters who come from all around and want to shoot. Another burr under my saddle is the ones who say they live too far to set up. That shouldn't stop someone from tearing down and cleaning up while they are in town. Do you agree or disagree? Or am I speaking out of turn here? Tell me what goes on at your club. PS. I do it because I love the sport and want everyone else to also. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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