WNYPPL's match is July 29th. We don't' have a webpage right now, but everything you need to know is on face book.
$15 thet ydon't post round count or number of stags, odd months, like this one will have a classifier. Usually 4-5 stages, and aroudn $100 rounds, some times more, sometimes less. Last month we had 1 stage that had 1 paper and 30 steel, that alone was good for about 50 rounds from most guys. I think I used 55. took about 90 seconds, Open guys did it in 40 or soI'll watch the facebook page. I'd like to know the cost, number of stages and round count. I'm definitely interested.
I am unclassified. I just started shooting USPSA and have not shot a "real" match, only practice nights.I just email mike, he's going to update FB tomorrow. What class do you shoot Jeff and are you classified now?
Shooting Limited in Minor puts you at a big disadvantage unless your really accurate, how about production, everyone in production is scored minor.I am unclassified. I just started shooting USPSA and have not shot a "real" match, only practice nights.
I have been shooting limited-10/minor at my local practice nights. I have been thinking of moving to Limited minor but I'm not sure I want to do that. Probably stick with L10.
Oh, ok. Just shoot all A's thanNo gun for production. My only striker fired gun is a subcompact XD. That's why I have been shooting L10, I use my hi-power. I have a kimber and shot single stack for a while but I gave up because my gun is so picky with ammo and I don't have time to deal with it. Plus I want to shoot my hipower to get ready for the pro-am in kentucky.
I'm not ready to buy a new gun just for USPSA, I'll shoot with what I have for now even if i'm at a disadvantage.