This level two USPSA match is organized once a year as part of our series/slot matches and counts for two. You need a minimum of four to be entered in the challenge to determine your eligibility for National slots.
It’s a 181 round match with some really challenging stages which is good for my practice for the nationals. I’m not really happy with my performance, as there were some screw ups which I really need to not replicate again.
This match was organized by the Down Zero crew at the Renton Fish and Game Club.
No no-shoots, no-partials, total of ~350 rounds of ammo, 1700+ points, massive stage hit factors and all kinds of fun. This has to be the funnest match I’ve shot at. It’s an outlaw, USPSA-like match put up by the Marysville Rifle Club to support the Hand-in-Hand Emergency Foster Care Organization. (http://www.handinhandkids.org)
What made it fun for me was I did not even have one ounce of match pressure. I didn’t care about final placement, I just wanted to hose, and hose I did.
Now time to concentrate and focus on the next two big matches, the Northwest Challenge and USPSA Nationals.
Went for a quick USPSA-like match run by the Snoqualmie Valley Rifle Club near Fall City for a function test for my gun after tuning it. It’s a fast match that follows USPSA rules but everyone is scored minor, so it was really painful dropping 14 charlies on one of the stages. *ouch*
Checkout their website if you’re interested in participating, everyone is welcome! http://svrifle.org
Great match in fabulous weather! Gun is running well, I wish the shooter was. Saw some high paying risky situations I could exploit but I failed to deliver. No matter, at least I was brave/foolish enough to try it.
Always fun to shoot with squadmates that are better than you, gives you something to go after.
Thanks to Dave and crew for setting this match up!