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Pistol League?

Post by bpm990d on 11/13/2016, 12:48 pm

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Is this a common occurrence? I've been around competitive shooting since the late 80s and every league I have seen, has been on a night at a time that makes sense to accommodate rather than exclude. I find out that the local club has a pistol league and I really want to participate.  bounce bounce bounce

Then I find out that the line goes hot at 5:30pm and they only shoot one relay.  Like a lot of people, I have a job and kids. pale 

Are they afraid of missing the early bird special at Bonanza? I'm thinking there is literally no one of working age that shoots in the league. Every time I have ever come across stuff like this, it makes me want to stear clear.

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Post by james r chapman on 1/1/2017, 12:58 am

Warhorse wrote:The club I belong to shoots indoor from October till April. Every Tuesday from 5:00PM till 9:00PM

50', 10 shots slow, 2 strings of 5 shot timed fire, 2 strings of 5 shot rapid fire. Repeat again for 60 shot total. It is a league competition.

Makes it easy for folks still working, as well as us old retired guys. Smile

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Post by LenV on 1/1/2017, 7:55 am

I'm really looking forward to league this year. I have always been a Duck (U of O) fan but for the last 5 yrs have shot on the Corvallis team (home of the Beavers). This year because the Eugene team was short on shooters I was able to switch to that team. I mention this because I am having BerryHill (Andrew) make me one of his custom grips. The grips have a large Duck logo made into them. Going to be fun. Smile

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Post by Ed Hall on 1/1/2017, 9:54 am

Mike38 wrote:...
I think three of us stepped on some toes last winter, so it looks like no Bullseye league for us this year.
Start one, or take over running the original.  Make it informal, at least at first.  Our league has swung from three to over fifteen through the years, with completely new members running everything at times.  No dues other than club membership, (occasionally a collection for range parts), no on-paper competition, we shoot an indoor 900 in about an hour per relay, score our own targets after the relay, turn the scores in for posting under our initials, if we want to.  Currently, one of our shooters doesn't even turn in a score, but he shoots with us.  Some of our guys are always trying to outdo each other as to how bad they're shooting (smile), others are there to fire 90 rounds and go have dinner at a local restaurant.  We run under NRA rules, but only inform, rather than strictly enforce (other than safety - which is strictly enforced).

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Post by Warhorse on 1/2/2017, 7:35 am

james r chapman wrote:Mike38, where are you???
Warhorse and you?
Jim, I  reside in Taylor.

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Post by james r chapman on 1/2/2017, 8:56 am

Warhorse wrote:
james r chapman wrote:Mike38, where are you???
Warhorse and you?
Jim, I  reside in Taylor.

Ahhhhhh, love the range,
Hate the stairs. Lol
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