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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    I guess I'll just load 10 and top off if allowed.
    I also guess optics or irons don't matter in carbine.

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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    We have a squad put together on Sunday afternoon. The same guys I shoot with at the PSA. Shot stock revolver last year. Going PCC this year.

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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by imashooter2 View Post
    We have a squad put together on Sunday afternoon. The same guys I shoot with at the PSA. Shot stock revolver last year. Going PCC this year.
    On average, how far are the targets? Looking at videos I'm guessing 15 yards or so.
    I heard it on the Internet, it must be true.

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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    The rules on mag limits are for Stock Auto and Open Auto. This year they added PCC and made it unlimited rounds in mag and also added Unlimited Open for no mag limit. So the rules have been from past years and this year just for the 2 centerfire divisions unless specifically stated unlimited.

    Still debating on whether I want to attend. I heard its a great time and Ontelaunee always puts on a great show.

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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoder View Post
    On average, how far are the targets? Looking at videos I'm guessing 15 yards or so.
    Yes about 15 yards, but there were some longer shots to the edges of the bay. Plenty of swingers and stars last year. Of course that was the inaugural event, so there isn't a whole lot of history. I believe they are still trying to differentiate themselves from the PSA Shootout and the new classes are part of that.

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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdawgbeav View Post
    The rules on mag limits are for Stock Auto and Open Auto. This year they added PCC and made it unlimited rounds in mag and also added Unlimited Open for no mag limit. So the rules have been from past years and this year just for the 2 centerfire divisions unless specifically stated unlimited.

    Still debating on whether I want to attend. I heard its a great time and Ontelaunee always puts on a great show.
    It is a good time. My only beef is that it is the same weekend as the PSA Rimfire.

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    Default Re: Blue Mountain Steel Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdawgbeav View Post
    The rules on mag limits are for Stock Auto and Open Auto. This year they added PCC and made it unlimited rounds in mag and also added Unlimited Open for no mag limit. So the rules have been from past years and this year just for the 2 centerfire divisions unless specifically stated unlimited.

    Still debating on whether I want to attend. I heard its a great time and Ontelaunee always puts on a great show.
    Thanks for the info. rep sent.

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