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2013 Inland Empire Section Championship, Richland Washington

Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by jrbet83, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. jrbet83

    jrbet83 Pasco, Wa Member

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    PiratePast40 Willamette Valley Well-Known Member

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    link not working.
     
  3. jrbet83

    jrbet83 Pasco, Wa Member

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    Updated link. Match is 80% full and booking up fast
     
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    Ironbar Tigard, OR Well-Known Member

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    OK, I read the stuff on that website, and it might as well have been written in Sanskrit. I couldn't make heads or tails of it.
     
  5. jrbet83

    jrbet83 Pasco, Wa Member

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    Guess you should learn how to read Sanskrit, because the page is pretty straight forward. Gives match description, entry form and pdf to stage diagrams.
     
  6. Ironbar

    Ironbar Tigard, OR Well-Known Member

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    2013 Inland Empire Sectional Championship—Stage overview
    Stage # Stage Name Bay # Rounds Points Type
    1 Askew View 1 16 80 Speed Shoot
    2 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 31 155 Comstock
    3 Walls of Woe 3 26 130 Comstock
    4 Pyramid Scheme 4 32 160 Comstock
    5 Chronograph 5 8 0 NA
    6 Tunnel Vision 6 30 150 Comstock
    7 Amoeba 7 32 160 Comstock
    8 Fight House 8 32 160 Comstock
    9 Long and Narrow 9 31 155 Comstock
    10 Night Moves (CM 99-02) 11 18 90 Virginia

    Sorry, still not clear.
     
  7. PiratePast40

    PiratePast40 Willamette Valley Well-Known Member

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    For anyone shooting USPSA, it's a very comprehensive list. Gives you everything you need to actually set up the stages and practice on them. All you need to do is download the specific stage layouts - IF they're in the national database.

    Like any other sport, if you haven't been involved with it in the past, you'll need to read the rules before you can understand much of what's going on. In order to shoot any USPSA match, you need to first go through the safety and orientation class. Douglas Ridge and ARPC are probably the closest to you from Tigard. If you're interested in IDPA, I believe that Tri-County can still host those competitions.

    Competition isn't for everyone but there are a bunch of us who really enjoy it. Once you go through the basics, the information about the stages will make more sense. Here are some links: USPSA, Welcome to USPSA.org - Home of the United States Practical Shooting Association IDPA, IDPA - Welcome!

    Edit - if you're really interested, here's a link to the classifier stages. These aren't all the stages available since local designs can be used, just not for classifiers. Classifier List - USPSA - United States Practical Shooting Association