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 2018 Men's Health Charity Match @ Renton 
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you just bypassed the second wiggly bridge?
were the 6 DQs on the same stage? stage 5 opening the door?


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Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:00 pm
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I really enjoyed this match minus my gun problems. Good shooting all around for a good cause. That was an interesting way to finish stage 3. Were you just trying to avoid eating time in the same position?


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Yukonjon wrote:
I really enjoyed this match minus my gun problems. Good shooting all around for a good cause. That was an interesting way to finish stage 3. Were you just trying to avoid eating time in the same position?


yeah I was. not very sure if it's worth it.

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you just bypassed the second wiggly bridge?
were the 6 DQs on the same stage? stage 5 opening the door?


wow were there that many DQs on the stage?

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That looked like a fun match! Especially Stage 3, lotsa steel. thumbsup

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robot wrote:
Yukonjon wrote:
I really enjoyed this match minus my gun problems. Good shooting all around for a good cause. That was an interesting way to finish stage 3. Were you just trying to avoid eating time in the same position?


yeah I was. not very sure if it's worth it.

quantsuff wrote:
you just bypassed the second wiggly bridge?
were the 6 DQs on the same stage? stage 5 opening the door?


wow were there that many DQs on the stage?

I don't think they were all on that stage. i heard that one was an ad during show clear.


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Duke EB wrote:
robot wrote:
Yukonjon wrote:
I really enjoyed this match minus my gun problems. Good shooting all around for a good cause. That was an interesting way to finish stage 3. Were you just trying to avoid eating time in the same position?


yeah I was. not very sure if it's worth it.

quantsuff wrote:
you just bypassed the second wiggly bridge?
were the 6 DQs on the same stage? stage 5 opening the door?


wow were there that many DQs on the stage?

I don't think they were all on that stage. i heard that one was an ad during show clear.

bet I know who that was? How many DQs in a season before a local shooter gets a safety time out?


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My squad lost two shooters on the door stage but not to the door. One to over running targets on the right and the other to a guy who missed the left targets and turned to look at them at the end of the stage and took his gun with his eyes.


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My squad lost two shooters on the door stage but not to the door. One to over running targets on the right and the other to a guy who missed the left targets and turned to look at them at the end of the stage and took his gun with his eyes.

thanks for the follow up!


Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:17 pm
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My squad lost two shooters on the door stage but not to the door. One to over running targets on the right and the other to a guy who missed the left targets and turned to look at them at the end of the stage and took his gun with his eyes.

That was a fun stage but also a bit awkward. We had one guy that shot the steel after passing through the door and got a DQ. I had a hard time deciding where I wanted to reload without losing time. I could see how someone could overrun the far left targets though.


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Yeah it was a bit of an odd stage. The swinger was effectively not in play because everyone I saw just shot the head from the end of the stage.


Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:28 pm
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best thing/worst thing about this match is that they do not have to follow USPSA stage guidelines, so you can get tons of steel, *and* stages that challenge "normal" competitor expectations.


Mon Jul 30, 2018 9:32 pm
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Great match. Glad stage 8 was pulled because I did that so poorly!

I didn't see the big deal with the door stage...


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Great match. Glad stage 8 was pulled because I did that so poorly!

I didn't see the big deal with the door stage...

haha me too! Second string all freestyle for me. 8 procedurals and a noshoot :bigsmile:


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Like a noob I shoot everything by the book standing on the wobbly bridge cause I went first. Learn a lot about uspsa shooters gamer mentality. Especially stage 8.


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