USPSA Oregon Open video

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  1. KTM530XCW

    KTM530XCW
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    Shot the USPSA Oregon Open regional match last weekend. Ran my CZ TSO .40 in Limited.

    Came in 12th in limited. Not fantastic but a solid match.

    Threw a quick video of the match up on YouTube.

     
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    Nice work!
     
  3. Fieryotaku

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    where was this I want to shoot more uspsa matches but dont know where to start
     
  4. KTM530XCW

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    Down near medford.

    Come down to Albany this Saturday for USPSA. sign up on Practiscore. I'm in squad 2.

    Home | PractiScore
     
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  5. mcfoto

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    By all means, accept @KTM530XCW 's invite and go down to Albany if you can. Closer to you is a match every fourth Saturday at Chahelem Valley Sportman's Club in Dundee. Next match there is Janurary 26. Here's the website: Team Croc | USPSA | Dundee Oregon

    Go here to check out all the matches in the area: Columbia Cascade Section - USPSA
    As you can see, there's something within driving distance every weekend.
     
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  6. KTM530XCW

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    I should also be at the Dundee matches most months this year.

    First Saturday of each month is also a USPSA match near esticada, but I'll probably be shooting speed steel at Tri-County first weekend of each month instead this year. I find that Speed Steel is the best training for draws and transitions which are two of everyones weakness.

    If you do come to play, my name is Geoff Pestes. I look forward to possibly seeing you out there.
     
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    Nice @KTM530XCW your reloads look fast.:D I am signed up for IDPA Feb. 2, Saturday
    at TCGC. Most guys me included Shoot Stock Service Pistol (SSP). Striker fired 9 mm.
    TCGC first Saturday IDPA and first Sunday Speed Steel.;)
     
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    I VERY much respect IDPA shooters. Your game relates to real life shooting a bit more than mine. I practiced reloads constantly prior to that match.
     
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    I've heard from some of the older salts that USPSA used to be more scenario based. During a range clean up at Dundee a couple years ago, we threw out all kinds of "props." A wooden ATM, a bed, etc. Albany still has a wooden prop car that gets pulled out every once and a while.
     
  10. RicInOR

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    For all you USPSA guys,
    Consider Steel at Tri-County for "practice." You can wear your rig and shoot the same gun.
    One Catch - Muzzle can't be over berm. Reloads may be off the clock, but you just can't.
     
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  11. ron

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    I shot USPSA for many years in the 90s at TCGC and Dundee. Used a high cap
    Para 45. What I like about the challenge of IDPA and USPSA it is always a different
    coarse of fire. Usually 6 stages with combinations of steel targets activating swingers and turners,
    Shoots, no-shoots, soft cover and hard cover. Strong hand only, weak hand only or free style.
    Learn to slice the pie.:rolleyes: Lots of fun and always challenging.
     
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  12. Fieryotaku

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    I would love to but I work this Saturday Ironically I will be in Albany in a month for firearms sales training event at the Albany Coastal farm and ranch so maybe while I am down there I can check if there are any matches going on.
     
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  13. Fieryotaku

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    I have a CZ tactical sport 9mm is that acceptable for the rules?
     
  14. Fieryotaku

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    Absolutely problem is most of my guns have ported comps on them them and my regular "competition gun" is a CZ tactical sport in 9mm which I assume makes minor power factor. I will be buying a CZ shadow 2 here in the next month or so so production class may be in my future.
     
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