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October 23

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Club members - $20
Nonmembers - $25

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May 29
July 31
October 30

Steel Challenge
April 9
May 14
June 11
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August 13
September 10
October 8
November 12

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July 22 Match Alert

The production team of Brian, Rob, & Roy have met, connived, plotted, and planned. They were so impressed with the turnout at the last match that they had to keep the momentum going. The result is a match scheduled this Sunday (July 22, 2012) that will have 9 (yes nine) stages and require 251 rounds, if you don’t miss. Roy says that the WCRH USPSA production team each had a list of favorite ideas and plans they’ve been working on over the summer. They liked everyone’s ideas so much that ALL will be represented. With that many rounds, shooters should expect plenty of steel, drop turners, and swingers in addition to the usual assortment of classic and metric paper targets. There is always an A zone open but you have seen the way targets have been painted with hard cover the past few months. Check your “Mike” stats for the last match to see if this is an issue for you. Just saying…

The cost for so much fun remains the same. $25 for non WCRH club members. New shooters are welcome to come out and participate provided they have shot a USPSA match before or attend a IPSC practice on Thursday night.

Unlike most IPSC66 matches, this month will not have a classifier stage. Scores will still be posted on the USPSA website and be available the same day thanks to the PractiScore and Nooks used during the match and a dedicated stats team that don’t sleep until the scores are in after the match.

Set Up –

Because this month falls with the 1st on a Sunday, IDPA has their match on Saturday. Set up will begin at 4:00 PM (1600 hrs) for the USPSA match. Roy is confident that if the usual group and a few extras show up to help set up that everything can be done and ready in time for everyone to get home, relax, and have a good night’s sleep before the mayhem starts Sunday morning.


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