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Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by NWGlockgal, Dec 27, 2016.
Anyone going to the USPSA match at Douglas Ridge Jan 7?
How many rounds of ammo does the shooter typically use in this event?
Weather report says snow Jan 7. Hope it is wrong!
Looks like round count for stages is 98. I would bring at least twice that!
There are two Texas stars, two swingers, and one rotating target. Easy to
blow through a lot of ammo on those!
Do you guys know if the match tomorrow is still on?
I'd have liked to go watch you guys at the match, but....brrr!
It has been canceled according to Facebook DRRC Action Shooting page
Thanks for the update.
Thursday, the remote thermometer on the DRRC 300 yard line recorded a low of 11 degrees farenheit
A chance of flurries before 10am, then snow likely between 10am and 1pm, then snow, freezing rain, and sleet after 1pm.
High near 29.
Breezy, with an east wind 26 to 28 mph, with gusts as high as 36 mph.
Chance of precipitation is 80%.
New ice accumulation of 0.1 to 0.3 of an inch possible.
New snow and sleet accumulation of around an inch possible.
USPSA first Saturday of the month,
3-Gun first Sunday of the month
Fron the Nat Weather Svc
...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY MORNING
THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING FOR THE GREATER PORTLAND AND VANCOUVER
A WINTER STORM WATCH FOR FREEZING RAIN...SLEET AND SNOW REMAINS
IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY MORNING THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING.
* TIMING...LIGHT SNOW IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP AROUND MIDDAY
SATURDAY...INCREASING DURING THE AFTERNOON. SNOW IS EXPECTED
TO CHANGE TO SLEET OR FREEZING RAIN BY SATURDAY EVENING...
WITH FREEZING RAIN CONTINUING SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY.
TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY WARM ABOVE FREEZING
SUNDAY AWAY FROM THE COLUMBIA GORGE...BUT AREAS NEAR THE
COLUMBIA GORGE MAY REMAIN BELOW FREEZING INTO SUNDAY EVENING
BEFORE FINALLY WARMING ABOVE FREEZING LATER SUNDAY NIGHT.
* SNOW ACCUMULATION...GENERALLY AROUND 1 INCH...THOUGH SOME
LOCAL ACCUMULATIONS OF UP TO 3 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE.
* ICE ACCUMULATION...0.25 TO 0.75 INCH.
* WINDS...EAST WINDS 10 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 35 MPH...EXCEPT
EAST WINDS 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 45 MPH IN THE EAST
* IMPACTS...THE COMBINATION OF ICE...SNOW...AND WIND WILL
LIKELY BRING DOWN SOME TREES AND POWER LINES...LEADING TO
POWER DISRUPTIONS IN SOME AREAS. PUBLIC TRANSIT MAY BE
IMPACTED BY THE SNOW AND ICE...INCLUDING RAIL LINES. TRAVEL
WILL BECOME DIFFICULT AS ICE AND SNOW ARE EXPECTED TO MAKE
UNTREATED ROADS VERY SLICK.
A WINTER STORM WATCH MEANS THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT
SNOW...SLEET...OR ICE ACCUMULATIONS THAT MAY IMPACT TRAVEL.
CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS.