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2013 Washington State IDPA Championship, Aug 17-18

Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by RickB, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    12th Annual, Safariland 2013 Washington State IDPA Championship

    Saturday, August 17 - Sunday, August 18, 2013
    Renton Fish & Game Club
    13 stages, 160+ rounds (plus chrono)
    Plaques for division winners, certificates for class and category winners
    Guns on the prize table
    $82 match fee includes Saturday lunch
    Hard cap of 150 shooters

    Match website (after 2/8/13): NWPPA HomePage
     
  2. drlove

    drlove Hillsboro Member

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    So is anyone allowed to join?
     
  3. Dmonwai

    Dmonwai Seattle Member

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    You have to be Classified Marksman or higher and get your entry in before the cap of 150 shooters is filled.
     
  4. pistobro206

    pistobro206 Seattle, WA New Member

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    Damon is correct. I'll also add that you have to be an active/current IDPA member.
     
  5. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    The match website is up. Sorry for the delay.
     
  6. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    I've heard that someone at "the Portland match"(?) on May 12 announced that the Washington State championship match is full. It is not! There are still 30+ slots available.
     
  7. BDA.45

    BDA.45 oregon Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Your sure there are 30+ spots open? First we were told it was full, then told it was open...

    Just sent a note to the match director (I think) asking if its still open. I hope it is, I wanna shoot. If any info out there let me/us know please. Thanks...
     
  8. Unibrain

    Unibrain Portland Member

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    RickB is the match director.
     
  9. BDA.45

    BDA.45 oregon Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Works for me, got his email. Lookin to sign up by the end of the week. Im stoked..... Wanna shoot a state match.
     
  10. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    As of June 1st, the match is over 70% full.
    The courses of fire have been selected, and pending approval, I'll post the details here.
     
  11. iGun

    iGun Pacific NW Active Member

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    I'm in. Looks like we'll have a good number of people from TCGC at this match.
     
  12. BDA.45

    BDA.45 oregon Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Im in and already amped out. Check and paperwork in the mailbox. Why no online form? Oh well, Im excited. Now I just gotta get myself to calm down before match day. 2 TCGC matches to go to get the adrenalin in check. I got the shakes right now just thinkin of the damn buzzer....crap.
     
  13. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    As of mid-July, there are fewer than fifteen slots left. Get those match entries in now!
    Course of Fire "details" - round counts, notable props, shooting positions, etc. - are now posted to the Match Info page of the website.
    There will be a match booklet with specific procedures and detailed stage diagrams posted to the website, but probably not before early August.
     
  14. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    I got notification of a post to this thread, but the post isn't here?

    "So Rick the detail course of fire stages are published ahead of the match so people can practice or at least anticipate the stage? Is this correct?"

    To answer the question, yes, the CoF details are to allow people to anticipate what sort of shooting challenges they will face, and prepare for them if they like. Maybe it's because of the weather, but we don't often do prone shooting at our club, so people might want to practice going prone. Not many IDPA matches include a stage shot at 35 yards, so again, people might want to make sure that their gun is properly sighted-in, etc.
     
  15. RickB

    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    The match is full!
    See all who are entered in a couple of weeks.
     
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    RickB Greater Seattle area Member

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    Stage One, Bay 1: Low cover, popper-activated lateral running target, 6 rounds.

    Stage Two, Bay 1: Backing-up, low cover, steel plates, 8 rounds.

    Stage Three, Bay 2: Backing-up, Drazy device, 12 rounds.

    Stage Four, Bay 3: Tent, ports, 8 rounds.

    Stage Five, Bay 3: Backing, swinger, strong hand, 8 rounds.

    Stage Six, Bay 4: In and around car, off-the-clock Tac Load, 18 rounds.

    Stage Seven, Bay 5: Leg-dropper, ramp, prone, door, steel, 17 rounds.

    Stage Eight, Bay 6: Backing, strong hand, steel, 14 rounds.

    Stage Nine, Bay 7: Motorcycle, low cover, swinger, drop-turner, 14 rounds.

    Stage Ten, Bay 8: Strong, weak, reload, 18 rounds.

    Stage Eleven, Bay 8: Bicycle, steel, 35 yards, 8 rounds.

    Stage Twelve, Bay 9: Downrange runner, lateral runner, steel, pop-ups, swingers, drop-turners, kitchen sink, 16 rounds.

    Stage Thirteen, Bay 10: Charging targets, head shots, pop-ups, 18 rounds
     
  17. fairlanericky

    fairlanericky Kent Member

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    Newb question for ya. Are spectators allowed? I'd like to see a match.



    Ric
     
  18. Dmonwai

    Dmonwai Seattle Member

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    Yes, come out and check it out! Its free, no charge for spectators. But remember no pictures or video allowed.

    After watching you going to want to shoot. There will be a regular club match in Puyallup the next Saturday, August 24th. Newbies are totally welcome to come and shoot!
     
  19. fairlanericky

    fairlanericky Kent Member

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    Well the no pics or video kinda sucks but I can live with it. Thanks.



    Ric
     
  20. Dmonwai

    Dmonwai Seattle Member

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    I TOTALLY agree!! No pics or video sucks very much!!