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I hadn't shot it since it became the nationals.  Was going to try to do it this year.  Bummer.  I think  shot a bunch of them early on, before SS was a USPSA division.  It was fun, and inventive.  The early matches were using USPSA guidelines, but since it was not a sanctioned match, they could do some things that were not legal in USPSA, like shooting with pick up guns and such.  I vividly remember a stage called Tank Commander, where they had a moveable tube in a wall.  All shots had to be fired through the tube.  All steel stage. 

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It was the best shooting skills match we had.

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There has been talk of restarting that match at area 59 in rosenberg, tx undrr a new but similar name. They just started having single stack only matches in january, and the match directors generally come up with some great stage designs. I shot the inaugural ss club match and it was good.

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"Mark your calendar...Saturday, July 20, 2019 will be the PASA 2019 
Single Stack Match.  This is a Level I, Single Stack only match in the 
tradition of past Single Stack Classics.  Seven stages from the early 
Single Stack Classic matches plus a classifier.  Match limited to 80 
shooters, match fee of $35 includes lunch on the range.  High overall 
and class winners will receive award certificates and bragging rights.  
Registration will open Friday, May 3rd at 
https://practiscore.com/pasa-2019-single-stack-match/register  You must 
preregister and pay on Practiscore for this match.  Please spread the 
word.  Direct any questions to me at broyalty@adams.net."

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Nice to know a match in the tradition of the Single Stack Classic is continuing. Unfortunately, continuing health problems prevented me from signing up this year. I hope this match will continue for years to come. I'd love to get back out on the range at PASA with a 1911.

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It was a really fun match.  Hadn't shot SS  in a few years. Felt good to break out the Canyon Creek .40. Brian and his crew put on a great match. 

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