The guys at the Custer range never fails to impress us USPSA shooters. They design fabulous stages and run them in a fun range with many varied bay layouts. This year, they decided to host the Washington State USPSA Championships and boy did they deliver. The theme of the match was inspired by Monty Python’s Holy Grail with evil white rabbits strewn all over the range and other hilarious movie references embedded into the stage designs.
Love love cool stages with elaborate props. This month’s Renton USPSA match had a bunch of cool movers, chargers and a treadmill to challenge us shooters. Most stages were designed really well with multiple ways to shoot and options.
Custer’s range is one of the best run with very interesting bays which allows them to design fun and challenging stages. This month’s match had lots of low ports which makes it hard for aging knees to deal with, at least the bays had soft sand. I felt slow in some stages because I was waiting for a perfect sight picture instead of shooting early, calling my shots and correcting them if needed.
Edged out another match win today. Shot a clean match but felt super slow. Must be all that extra calories I’m lugging around. 🙂 Made a few silly mistakes here and there. Need more focus. Also switched to using my iPhone for 3rd person videos and used the Slow-mo mode for some of the shots. Hope you like it.
‘Twas a great battle in the Open Division today. Nick and I were back to back till the very end where a malfunction cost me the possibility of the match win. Great technical stages that I haven’t seen before which makes it a ton of fun. Hope to shoot more stages like this in the future.
What an amazing day to shoot, sun was up, wasn’t too hot, great stages and lots of snacks/coffee. It’s the series or points match held at the Renton Fish and Game Club. Had a momentary lapse in match mode but did well mostly. Came away with a match win. Thanks to everyone at DownZero for setting up this match!
My Father’s Day present, to be able to go off for the weekend and shoot the 2016 Inland Empire Sectional Championships. It was a fun 9+1 stage Level 2 match shot at the Rattlesnake Shooting Facility in Benton City. I couldn’t engage match mode for a few stages and I paid dearly in penalties. Still managed to edge out 3rd Open. Thanks to everyone who setup this match every year, I’ll be back!.