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Paul Bunyan USPSA Vids Championship Series match

Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by Aristotle13, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. Aristotle13

    Aristotle13 Kent, WA Member

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    Finally recovering from the match this Sunday, I don't know why but this match just zapped me, I could have slept another 5 hours this morning.

    But dam was it an AWESOME time. I'm already a big fan for their facilities, but they really did well for this match. 240+ rounds, 8 stages w/chrono and 7 of those stages were field courses of 30-35 rounds each.

    One stage was all steel, 35 of them, and another stage they had a floating suspension bridge you had to stand on and shoot from. My favorite was the memory stage. Anyhow here are the vids...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmiwK5yAPmA
     
  2. ainokea

    ainokea Mountlake Terrace, WA Member

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    Looks like they didn't change the stages much from the Glock match on Saturday. The round count was even higher. That second stage in your video was a 48 round stage, targets were the same but no no-shoots. The chair stage had 2 more targets. 1st string was 2 shots each target above, 2nd string 2 below 32rounds total. I brought 300 rounds to the match and had to use 20 rounds of hydrashock because i ran out.

    That steel stage was really fun. All those poppers in a row. Think there will be a stage like that for Renton?
     
  3. Aristotle13

    Aristotle13 Kent, WA Member

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    lol, it's hard, our bays are a lot smaller and shallower than most ranges. Only stage I could get away with that is in Bay 1 or 3.

    This months match at Renton should be a good one! It'll be our last match for Summer is over and we're going out with a bang! See you there!
     
  4. jaredpost

    jaredpost Puyallup Member

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    Great video. I was able to shoot the glock match on saturday but had to leave town and miss the sunday match. The steele stage on saturday had about 10 more poppers on it, probably one of my favorite stages there. Hoping to make the renton match this month so make it a good one.:thumbup:
     
  5. Aristotle13

    Aristotle13 Kent, WA Member

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    wow, can't imagine how they shoe horned most steel in there, it was also one of my favorites.

    Yes, this next match at Renton I'll be doing 7 stages, 187 rounds with some fun stages to cap off our summer. I'm sure you'll enjoy yourself. :)
     
  6. jaredpost

    jaredpost Puyallup Member

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    Only 187? I was hoping to blow another 300 rounds. Well I guess there is still that chance huh.
     
  7. Aristotle13

    Aristotle13 Kent, WA Member

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    That's actually the highest round count I've ever hosted at my match, even more so than my own championship series match.

    Don't worry, you are going to work hard for those shots, guaranteed. It won't be an "easy" match. ;) If you can keep your shots under 200 for this match, you would have had a phenomenal match. :laugh:

    There's more to a challenging match than round count. :) Some of the hardest COF's I'd shot were under 9 rounds.
     
  8. ainokea

    ainokea Mountlake Terrace, WA Member

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    187 rounds, that means i'm going to need 400 rounds. Can't wait, always enjoy shooting in renton. I just wished there was somewhere close to practice for matches. Not just static shooting ranges.