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    Default PSA RIMFIRE CHALLENGE OCT 6 & 7 2012


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    Default Re: PSA RIMFIRE CHALLENGE OCT 6 & 7 2012

    If you have a .22 and five mags you don't want to miss this match

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    Default Re: PSA RIMFIRE CHALLENGE OCT 6 & 7 2012

    Shot this Saturday PM with my son and we had a blast - Falling steel with a .22 rifle is AWESOME !

    Match was great - Going to do it again

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    Default Re: PSA RIMFIRE CHALLENGE OCT 6 & 7 2012

    No rain on Sunday either. It's a fun match. I do wish they'd get rid of the 60 second par time though. 4 hours drive for 4 minutes of shooting is a little tough to justify...

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    Default Re: PSA RIMFIRE CHALLENGE OCT 6 & 7 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by imashooter2 View Post
    No rain on Sunday either. It's a fun match. I do wish they'd get rid of the 60 second par time though. 4 hours drive for 4 minutes of shooting is a little tough to justify...
    If you cleared the stages it was less than 4 minutes

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    Default Re: PSA RIMFIRE CHALLENGE OCT 6 & 7 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by JMIS View Post
    If you cleared the stages it was less than 4 minutes
    Indeed. My level of suck plus a slant grip High Standard auto with iron sights doesn't allow for that though. I would have appreciated a chance to shoot at all the targets. I don't see it adding all that much time to the overall match. Folks that are really bad are going to run out of ammo before two minutes are up and they'd be balanced out by the hot shot teams that clean the stage in 30 seconds. Heck, we had a kid on our squad that barely got warmed up before the timer chirped.

    Like I said, it was fun, but coming in from the Philly airport to shoot 4 stages with a 60 second par time is tough to justify.

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