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Posted: 2/11/2006 8:10:52 PM EDT
Well all, I went to the class and NoAim, Unka-Boob, and Anarx was in attendance.

Fred the instructor went over the safety rules for firearms, then went over the safety rules for shooting on the move observing the 180deg rules. Then he covered ISPC major and minor and the divisions of the classes. Then he covered the scoring and another safety pep talk before we went to the pit to try our hand and some ISPC action.

I was shooting a friends SIG P220 that had just been covered from SAO to SA/DA. As sort of a break in and testing phase. Lets just say I did move breaking that testing.

So the old rule about one is none and two is one came into play as the P220 broke a sping I believe in the hammer as it was locked in place. So I broke out old reliable, my Sig P226, and finished out the day with her.

Anyway I also broke out of the bottome third and place for a change. I actually was in first place, if you can believe that, I hardly can as well.
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 8:25:17 PM EDT
that was a blast i really enjoyed it.. i got 75/75 points at the match part to ilike9's 73/75.. but the glock i was barrowing *ahem* jamed on me on the last target..

it was a complete blast to do this class it comes at high recomendation from this end.. alot of fun and some good rameadal pistol work.

Jess
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 8:43:15 PM EDT
I've also learned that in IPSC, accuracy counts.

While I ended up with 59 points, I also racked up 4 penalties in to three shots. IPSC scores -10 for each penalty. My result = 19 (versus 75 as perfect).

Now I also had the fastest time in the class, a full 10 seconds faster than Anarx. But a 30% increase in speed doesn't make up for a 75% decrease in points.

I am now the lowest scorer in the class!
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 8:49:43 PM EDT
Glocks don't jam


In looking back, it was an awesome day! If 2 of my shots were two inches to the left of where they landed, I woulda smoked everyone.....oh well....
Will definately need to check out an IPSC match in the future!
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 7:53:14 AM EDT
Were you shooting any steel targets or was it all cardboard?
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 8:25:42 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Tracker:
Were you shooting any steel targets or was it all cardboard?



All cardboard except for one popper.
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 8:51:41 AM EDT
SUre wish that class wasnt full

I have been considering doing speed steel and the tactical matches and giving PR a rest.

We will see.
CH
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 9:13:35 AM EDT
"You can't miss fast enough to win."

I remember doing the IPSC class with Fred last year, and the final "safety course" stage shoot at the end. I still have the paper....

14 Alpha's + the steel for 75 points. took 20.66 seconds.

Long way to go before I make my goal of getting from Unclassified to "A" class USPSA.

Cheers
7.62
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 9:19:56 AM EDT
Fred also has a good sense of humor and fit right in with the AR15 crew. His side kick Ed is also a good. He also said on of the funnest things to me "Do you Like 9's." That pretty much crached up the group as an inside joke.

Cape as it turned out two people did not show up so if you would have come, you'd have been a shoe in. We missed ya.

Hope to see at more events if I can still the time away from my family.
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 7:33:28 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Cape_hunter:
I have been considering doing speed steel



Just FYI, speed steel doesn't require going through the training course. I hope to show up for it soon once my gun arrives (hopefully Tuesday).
Link Posted: 2/13/2006 10:59:39 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/13/2006 11:01:02 AM EDT by ch139]
I need to get to one of those courses and give IPSC a try.

Speed Steel does not require the course, and is a bit simpler. More safety training never hurt anybody though.
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