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Posted: 6/15/2014 6:38:49 AM EDT
I went to my first one of these on Friday and really enjoyed it. Everyone I met and watched shoot was really squared away and it made for a fun afternoon. The ROs did a really nice job as well.

It's not the easiest thing to squeeze into your schedule given these are held on Friday's at 4:30pm, but I would recommend giving it a try if you ever find yourself free one summer Friday.

More details on the WMCC facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=433741580096412&set=a.320083568128881.1073741832.157435964393643&type=1

Link Posted: 6/15/2014 5:09:42 PM EDT
Hey I was there also. This is my first season there been to all 4 matches so far, well run and a good bunch of guys.
Link Posted: 6/15/2014 6:18:33 PM EDT
Very cool. What is an example course of fire and how is scoring done?
Link Posted: 6/16/2014 1:09:19 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By jasonusvi:
Very cool. What is an example course of fire and how is scoring done?
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This recent event was in the "Level 1" category so it was relatively basic.

Load 3 magazines, 10rds, 10rds, 15rds. At the beep, run to barricade 1, load gun, shoot 5 shots strong side, 5 shots support side at a small steel plate 40-ish yards away.

Show clear, and move to barricade 2, load gun. 5 shots from each side and scored based on accuracy (25-30yds away)

Reload, 5 shots of cover fire into berm while moving to barricade 3. Then 10 shots from kneeling onto a paper target (same distance, 10 pts, for 10 ring, 9 pts for 9 ring, etc).

Dont' remember the other details, but there was a 45 second cap and you were penalized in steps if you went over time.

Sounds like the level 2 events have more physical exertion like flipping tires, dragging dummies, etc.
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