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  1. #31
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    Like stage diagrams

    They are just suggestions to how a match should run? 🙄
    Luddite Curmudgeon #2

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grelber View Post
    For sale, $10 ea.

    $15 if you want to be one of the cool people with laminated copies.
    No names mentioned, but someone did that with theclassifieds, spiral bound them, and put a printout on their to record your times on each one

    I think he was getting $25

    You sold yourself short
    Luddite Curmudgeon #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by downrange72 View Post
    Like stage diagrams

    They are just suggestions to how a match should run? 
    Totally different.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    A 'shooting area' is defined as a surface inside shooting boxes,fault lines, walls, or any other barrier. Shooting boxes and faultlines must be fixed to the surface and may not be less than theminimum height required by rule 2.2.1.1. Shooting boxes and faultlines are considered to be part of the shooting area. Objectsoutside the shooting area, regardless of whether they contact theshooting box, fault lines, walls, or any other barrier, are not part ofthe shooting area, except as specified in 10.2.1.

    Indoor matches are not impossible to be legal. Hard to spike stuff down to concrete.
    Last edited by Coach; 01-27-2019 at 20:13.
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    2.2.3.4 All such barriers are considered to represent a solid plane and areconsidered hard cover unless designated as soft cover (see 9.1.6).Shots cannot be fired though the barrier except at designatedshooting ports or other designated openings. Any hits that resultfrom full diameter shots fired through a barrier except through adesignated port or opening will not count for score and if a steeltarget is knocked down it will be considered REF and a reshoot willbe ordered. See 9.1.6.2

    Having a bad stage, diid you shoot a no shoot. Just shoot a popper down through a wall and get a reshoot.
    Last edited by Coach; 01-27-2019 at 20:14.
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    10.5.5 Allowing the muzzle of a firearm to point at any part of any personís body USPSA Competition Rules January 2019 63during a course of fire (i.e. sweeping). If the RO is swept, the Range Mastermust be called to determine if it was RO interference or a DQ.


    How will the RM determine that? If the RO is beyond the 180 does it matter?
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    2.2.1.5 Off-Limits Lines may be used to define an area of the range floorwhich has been declared off-limits. The written stage briefing mustidentify the presence and location of Off-Limits Lines (if any). Theoff-limits area must be clearly delineated with rope, caution tapeor other materials and must be at least 2 feet high and at least 2feet from any Fault Line or Shooting Box. Crossing an off-limits linewill result in a zero for the stage. Openings in off-limits lines areallowed for RO access only; competitors may not use the openingsto enter any off-limits areas or move through the course of fire in amanner not indicated by the off-limits lines. The lines are deemedto extend through the open areas.


    WTF?
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    Quite a few changes for a sport that had nothing wrong between make ready and range is clear according to what our current President said while campaigning for office.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    10.5.5 Allowing the muzzle of a firearm to point at any part of any personís body USPSA Competition Rules January 2019 63during a course of fire (i.e. sweeping). If the RO is swept, the Range Mastermust be called to determine if it was RO interference or a DQ.


    How will the RM determine that? If the RO is beyond the 180 does it matter?
    I think it will sort of be like quail hunting, if you get muzzled or even shot by somebody important then it is your fault for not knowing what the hunter and the birds would do. If it is nobody important then it is business as usual.
    In a perfect world liberals would taste good and be easy to field dress.

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    Only thing I did was get the app. But you still have to be online to see the rules. WTF?
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