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Author:  PinSniper [ Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:49 pm ]
Post subject:  Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

My first multi-gun match at Paul Bunyan today.

Man... sharing my pcc out to two other shooters today was a sure fire way to iron out the kinks and practice some gun smithing!!

* excessive fouling ( I shared my PCC with 2 other shooters)
* Faulty glock mag - plastic liner delaminating
* Bad ammo ( I think, blazer brass).
* Broken trigger pin
* Trigger pin walked out (due to bad gunsmithing on my part when reinstalling the new trigger pin).
* handguard coming loose twice

Author:  MadPick [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 7:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

Looks like fun, Eric!

I like the high camera angle. Is that just a friend walking with a selfie stick or similar?

Author:  PinSniper [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

MadPick wrote:
Looks like fun, Eric!

I like the high camera angle. Is that just a friend walking with a selfie stick or similar?



It's an Insta360 camera on a 6ft stick. It captures in a 360 degree sphere at all times at about 5.7K. In post, I can then select the camera angle and zoom. It's really really neat.

Author:  edogg [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:21 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

That looks super fun! How does one get started in that? What organization oversees it and sets the rules?

My only PCC is an SBR (B&T APC9). Would it be better to have something with a 16” barrel?


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Author:  quantsuff [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:30 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

Reshoots rarely go....significantly better, amiright?

Author:  MadPick [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 11:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

PinSniper wrote:
It's an Insta360 camera on a 6ft stick. It captures in a 360 degree sphere at all times at about 5.7K. In post, I can then select the camera angle and zoom. It's really really neat.


Whoa ... cool. thumbsup

Author:  PinSniper [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 12:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

edogg wrote:
That looks super fun! How does one get started in that? What organization oversees it and sets the rules?

My only PCC is an SBR (B&T APC9). Would it be better to have something with a 16” barrel?


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So this is an exhibition event, an "outlaw" match not overseen by any governing sport. But with a PCC, you can participate in basically all the practical shooting sports and all have commonality in terms of equipment for PCC. Basically, if it shoots 9mm and has a stock, you can play. Regardless of how many and what type of optic of mags available to you.

IDPA - PCC Division
USPSA - PCC Division
United Multigun League - PCC Only Division (so it's a multi-gun match, but you can shoot every target and every stage with only a PCC)
3GN - PCC Only (I think they have a PCC only division).

So yeah, if you want to get into action shooting sports, PCC actually plays nicely in all. The only requirement is that you have a stock for IDPA and USPSA, the other multi-gun sports allow braces.

Which range is near to you willing to travel to on a weekend?

quantsuff wrote:
Reshoots rarely go....significantly better, amiright?


It's definitely an adage but this was definitely the first time such a required reshoot ( that spinning thing failing to spin easily cost me 8 to 10 second. Most reshoots end up pretty similar from what I've seen unless someone blew the stage and found a technicality to do a reshoot. There's definitely a lot more pressure on a reshoot to do "better" despite the fact you were always doing your best on the prior run anyway.

My reshoot... I had two severe double feeds.

Author:  quantsuff [ Sun Mar 31, 2019 1:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Paul Bunyan 2 Gun March 2019

At Idaho state match 3 years ago I had to reshoot the same stage 3 times, back-to-back, because mover reset failure. Yeesh.

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