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  1. #1
    Plinker

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    ACC Carbine Match on Aug 1 2020

    Event Information:
    When: August 1 2020
    Setup: 8-9 AM
    Registration: 9:30-9:45 AM
    Shooters Meeting and Safety Briefing immediately following registration.
    Stages: 5 COF
    Round Count: 92
    Where: Atlanta Conservation Club, 29595 E 88th, Atlanta, IN 46031


    Background - We have been wanting to do a carbine match all year. However, an un-expected opening appeared on the club calander at ACC we saw an opportunity to put on a match and the BOD approved our request. Because of the short suspense we might not have all the details 100% nailed down for the event. So please be patient if we are short on some details.

    COVID-19 Statement - Because of the Governors recent action on masks and other health/safety concerns we will be doing the following:

    1) No match day registrations or payment. All match registrations/payments will need to be on practice score.
    2) No meetings in the club-house: all registration sign/briefing will occur outside
    3) Observers of social distancing of six feet between everyone. Because the event is 100% outside and we are observing social distancing we will not be requiring face masks. If you want to wear a mask, and be around other people wearing a mask, squad 3 is the masking squad. The rest of the squads are masking optional squads. If the rest of the match fills up, and squad 3 is empty, we will waive the requirement that this is the designated masking squad. When registration as squad 3 please email a preference so we have an understanding on competitors intent in this squad. If that is a non-starter for individuals who want to wear a mask we will issues a refund via stripe which may take a cut on refunded match fees. The online payment process is new to us.
    4) 50 max shooters for the event. This will help us with observing social distancing and keep the match flowing.

    We will all attempt to the follow the governors guidance on this and put on a safe/fun match: However, just showing up to a range you are assuming the risk of sickness/death. If you are overly concerned about getting sick our advice is to stay home. Also - if you are sick, or recently exposed to COVID-19, please stay home as well!

    Match Fee: $20/ $15 to ACC Members; $3 open bolt indicators. Range officers shoot for free.


    The URL to pre-register is:


    https://practiscore.com/aac-carbine-...-2020/register


    Second, weather can sometime be an issue, on days that weather is a concern please check INGunOwners - Indiana Gun Owners Community under "shooting sports" for any cancellations.
    Open bolt indicators are mandatory for this match and will try to have a limited number for sale for $3. However, please bring your own if you have one. On arrival at match, please leave guns bagged until directed otherwise.
    The safety briefing is MANDATORY for all shooters, miss the briefing miss the match!


    If you want more information on the match please see the word document attachment in practice score link. It contains a wealth of information about the concept behind this.


    Classifications:
    Ar-15 Pattern with Optics (ar-15/etc)
    Ar-15 Pattern no Optic (ar-15/etc)
    World War II (M1 Carbine, K98, etc)
    Main Battle Rifle (.308 - FAL/SCAR-H/etc)
    PCC Iron (9mm/.40/.45 ACP)
    PCC Optics (9mm/.40/.45 ACP)
    AK Style Iron Carbine (7.62/5.45)
    AK Style Optic Carbine (7.62/5.45)


    If you have any additional questions you can email us at: carbine.shooters@yahoo.com . However, we will be checking this account sporadically in the weeks leading up to the match and then DAILY the week before the match.
    Last edited by carbine.shooters; 2 Weeks Ago at 12:50.

  2. #2
    Sharpshooter

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    Awww, poop. Not going to be around.

  3. #3
    Plinker

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    Sounds like a great reason to bust out my K98 from the back of my safe!

    Quote Originally Posted by carbine.shooters View Post
    Event Information:
    When: August 1 2020
    Setup: 8-9 AM
    Registration: 9:30-9:45 AM
    Shooters Meeting and Safety Briefing immediately following registration.
    Stages: 5 COF
    Round Count: TBD Estimate between 100-200
    Where: Atlanta Conservation Club, 29595 E 88th, Atlanta, IN 46031


    Background - We have been wanting to do a carbine match all year. However, an un-expected opening appeared on the club calander at ACC we saw an opportunity to put on a match and the BOD approved our request. Because of the short suspense we might not have all the details 100% nailed down for the event. So please be patient if we are short on some details.

    COVID-19 Statement - Because of the Governors recent action on masks and other health/safety concerns we will be doing the following:

    1) No match day registrations or payment. All match registrations/payments will need to be on practice score.
    2) No meetings in the club-house: all registration sign/briefing will occur outside
    3) Observers of social distancing of six feet between everyone. Because the event is 100% outside and we are observing social distancing we will not be requiring face masks. If you want to wear a mask, and be around other people wearing a mask, squad 3 is the masking squad. The rest of the squads are masking optional squads. If the rest of the match fills up, and squad 3 is empty, we will waive the requirement that this is the designated masking squad. When registration as squad 3 please email a preference so we have an understanding on competitors intent in this squad. If that is a non-starter for individuals who want to wear a mask we will issues a refund via stripe which may take a cut on refunded match fees. The online payment process is new to us.
    4) 50 max shooters for the event. This will help us with observing social distancing and keep the match flowing.

    We will all attempt to the follow the governors guidance on this and put on a safe/fun match: However, just showing up to a range you are assuming the risk of sickness/death. If you are overly concerned about getting sick our advice is to stay home. Also - if you are sick, or recently exposed to COVID-19, please stay home as well!

    Match Fee: $20/ $15 to ACC Members; $3 open bolt indicators. Range officers shoot for free.


    The URL to pre-register is:


    https://practiscore.com/aac-carbine-...-2020/register


    Second, weather can sometime be an issue, on days that weather is a concern please check INGunOwners - Indiana Gun Owners Community under "shooting sports" for any cancellations.
    Open bolt indicators are mandatory for this match and will try to have a limited number for sale for $3. However, please bring your own if you have one. On arrival at match, please leave guns bagged until directed otherwise.
    The safety briefing is MANDATORY for all shooters, miss the briefing miss the match!


    If you want more information on the match please see the word document attachment in practice score link. It contains a wealth of information about the concept behind this.


    Classifications:
    Ar-15 Pattern with Optics (ar-15/etc)
    Ar-15 Pattern no Optic (ar-15/etc)
    World War II (M1 Carbine, K98, etc)
    Main Battle Rifle (.308 - FAL/SCAR-H/etc)
    PCC Iron (9mm/.40/.45 ACP)
    PCC Optics (9mm/.40/.45 ACP)
    AK Style Iron Carbine (7.62/5.45)
    AK Style Optic Carbine (7.62/5.45)


    If you have any additional questions you can email us at: carbine.shooters@yahoo.com . However, we will be checking this account sporadically in the weeks leading up to the match and then DAILY the week before the match.

  4. #4
    Plinker

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    Match announcement updated with revised round count of 92

  5. #5
    Master Dean Crail's Avatar

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    Is it 10 per magazine still? Just curious as to how many to bring.
    Quote Originally Posted by MCgrease08 View Post
    Dude, from what I can tell from your photos, you don't do anything bargin bin.

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    Grandmaster gregkl's Avatar

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    Looks like it would be fun. When I get a little time behind my AR, I'll come out for one!
    Anything is possible

  7. #7
    Plinker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Crail View Post
    Is it 10 per magazine still? Just curious as to how many to bring.
    Yes - it is. It is the best way to force reloads and weapon manipulation without setting up a 40 round stage that someone would then bring a drum mag to run ;-) We would run out of pasters fairly fast....

  8. #8
    Expert

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    Skipping my local IDPA match for this

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    Sharpshooter Limpy88's Avatar

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    Are slings allowed or required?
    Living over here in left field

  10. #10
    Plinker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limpy88 View Post
    Are slings allowed or required?
    They are allowed - but not required. The idea here is each stage will have a gun rack. When everyone comes to the stage they put there gun on the rack at the same time. When it is there turn to shoot the load up/shoot/clear/chamber flag/ and return the gun to the rack. When it is time to move to the next stage everyone bags/carts there gun and we repeat the process at the next bay. We found this is the fastest way to run long guns in a safe/efficient manner.


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