PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

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PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby harmonii » Thu Oct 07, 2010 4:51 pm

Hi, we're pleased to announce the inaugural PIPS Fall Classic USPSA match!

WHEN: October 30th!

We'll have 4 large stages, some with high round count, so bring loads of magazines! Cost is $25

Following the USPSA match will be a 3 stage Ruger Rimfire match, limited, open, and rifle classes! Bring your .22's and have some fun!

Setup on Friday at Noon and final target stapling Saturday AM starting at 7:00 am

Shooting starts at 10:00 am.

Coffee, donuts, refreshments, starting at 8:00 am.

Lunch may be provided following the match. More details to come.
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby Zerwas » Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:29 am

Is there a date for this event?
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby DAN HEFTA » Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:58 am

Details...Schmetails... it's in the fall Steven... what else do we need to know? :lol:
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby harmonii » Fri Oct 08, 2010 11:12 am

heheheheh, well I changed it for those who are not resourceful, for the rest of you, I am sure you saw it on the schedule. :)
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby harmonii » Sun Oct 10, 2010 9:50 am

The above attempt at humor notwithstanding, thanks Steve for pointing out I had forgotten the date! -H
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby Tim Ubl » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:11 am

Hey Mr. Harmoni.....on the ruger rimfire match. How much for that?

Also....I have 7 pieces of steel that is a SUPER easy set up for a 4th stage if you are interested (like maybe 3 minute set up).

Planning on coming down with my son for this one.

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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby harmonii » Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:31 am

Tim,

We're going to charge $5 for the Ruger side match.

It's going to be 3 stages with 2 strings per stage. 60 rds total.

We will try to have three divisions,
- Rifle division where you will shoot a rifle for both strings.
- Open and Limited where you will shoot pistol first, set it down unloaded, pick up the rifle for one long string.

None of these divisions are written in stone so we will be flexible so anyone can shoot and have a good time.

Our goal is to see what kind of local interest there might be in more Rimfire matches.

-Harmon

Tim Ubl wrote:Hey Mr. Harmoni.....on the ruger rimfire match. How much for that?

Also....I have 7 pieces of steel that is a SUPER easy set up for a 4th stage if you are interested (like maybe 3 minute set up).

Planning on coming down with my son for this one.

Tim
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby -=VILLAMOR=- » Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:32 pm

I will have to miss this match due to family commitment.

For those going, make sure to greet Harmon for his 50th Birthday today. And make sure he checks the box for the Senior Category.

Happy Birthday Old Man. See you next time.
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby harmonii » Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:38 am

What? you're kidding, I'm a 'senior' now? wtf!

Sorry you can't make it, looks like the weather will be really nice. Us 'senior' guys don't mind the 50's.....

-=VILLAMOR=- wrote:...make sure he checks the box for the Senior Category..
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby Nancy » Fri Oct 29, 2010 1:08 pm

Sorry Harmon. "Senior" is 55 not 50.

Happy Birthday
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Re: PIPS Fall Classis Match + rimfire!

Postby harmonii » Sun Oct 31, 2010 12:10 pm

Nancy wrote:Sorry Harmon. "Senior" is 55 not 50.

Happy Birthday


Sorry? not me heheheeh, happy to not be there yet!

The match was fun, good turnout for the USPSA match, Dan has it scored, I expect he'll upload it soon. I'll send it to my distribution, if you're not on it, let me know.

After the USPSA match we setup a Ruger rimfire match. 6 stages, and you shot them each 4 times! really tests your skills, recoil is NOT an issue. I went through 250 rounds at least, cheap man cheap!

Weather was excellent, thanks for all the help breaking down everyone, we'll see you at our Winter Storm Shoot on March 12th.
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