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    Master Litlratt's Avatar

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    Rimfire Madness at Riley Conservation Club July 13, 2019

    Shooters,

    Setup:
    8:30 A.M.
    9 - 9:45 A.M. registration
    9:45 A.M. safety meeting
    10 A.M. Start

    Cost:
    $10.00 first gun
    $5.00 each additional gun
    Competitors under the age of 18 shoot for free with a paying adult.

    5 stages, approximately 200 - 250 targets.
    Please note the rule change regarding magazine capacity, 10 rounds for
    pistol after the start signal and 25 rounds for rifle after the start
    signal.

    Hope to see you there.

    Sincerely,
    Gary Chaney



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    Expert blkrifle's Avatar

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    IN !
    USPSA ty17278. Riley Conservation Club VP

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    Expert blkrifle's Avatar

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    LOTS of shooting CHEAP!
    USPSA ty17278. Riley Conservation Club VP

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    Plinker Armchair Operator's Avatar

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    in, curious to check this out

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    Grandmaster SmileDocHill's Avatar

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    I have a 10/22 with red a dot. I have a magazine that is actually 2, 25 round mags. Is this adequate or is there high potential for needing more than 50 rounds in a given stage?
    It is a double ended magazine, you have to remove it- flip it over- and reinsert to get the second 25 rounds. Is that still considered 1 magazine? There is zero tactical advantage, it would be quicker to reload a separate magazine but it is what I have right now.

    Edit: i just did the math. 5 stages, 200-250 rounds.... I'm going to need more mags. :-)
    Putting firearms' contribution back in our history makes a more complete telling. Teaching marksmanship in that context deepens the understanding. Revere's Riders, because history involved guns!

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    Expert blkrifle's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileDocHill View Post
    I have a 10/22 with red a dot. I have a magazine that is actually 2, 25 round mags. Is this adequate or is there high potential for needing more than 50 rounds in a given stage?
    It is a double ended magazine, you have to remove it- flip it over- and reinsert to get the second 25 rounds. Is that still considered 1 magazine? There is zero tactical advantage, it would be quicker to reload a separate magazine but it is what I have right now.

    Edit: i just did the math. 5 stages, 200-250 rounds.... I'm going to need more mags. :-)
    You will be fine. No rifle reloads on the clock unless you dont use the dot.......
    USPSA ty17278. Riley Conservation Club VP

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    Shooters,

    Thank you to all that attended. A special thank you to the set up and tear down crews.

    The new scoring system was well received. I believe we'll keep it unless someone can convince me otherwise.

    Results are in the mail and can be found on Riley's website and Practiscore.

    Sincerely,

    Gary Chaney

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    This was a LOT of fun! Anyone considering it should go. Very nice group of shooters and cost is well below 1/2 hr range time at an indoor "stay in your lane " range.
    Putting firearms' contribution back in our history makes a more complete telling. Teaching marksmanship in that context deepens the understanding. Revere's Riders, because history involved guns!

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    Plinker

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    Thank you to the cool team at the Riley Conservation Club and all the participants who made this a great event.

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    Lots of trigger time and fun crew. Great day overall.


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