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Old October 30, 2018, 09:46   #51
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Old November 05, 2018, 15:06   #52
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I'm pleased to announce Hornady has signed on as a stage sponsor, and will sponsor Stage 7 (10k) or 5 (5k): Hornady's Key To Jimmy's Heart.

Begin with your rifle locked in a box. Choose a key off the table (based off a hint youíre given by the RO - which will test how well you think when exhausted). Hit 3 pistol steel on the way to the box, then safely reholster your pistol and unlock the box. If the key you chose does NOT work, return it to the table and choose another key. Re-engage the three pistol targets each time you return to the box with a new key. Unlock the box, retrieve your rifle, and kick down the door to enter the rifle shooting area. Make 3 hits each on 3 paper targets (one of which is a swinger), then hit all 6 plates on a rifle plate rack to finish the stage.

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Uhhh...Merry attacked a Ring-Wraith, no THE BOSS Ring-Wraith, with a DAGGER! Gotta at least be on par with Sam/Shelob/Cirith Ungol.

Pippin admittedly doesn't do a lot of alpha stuff, but he gets a bad wrap like a lot of other characters. (i.e. he intentionally drops a rock down the well in Moria due to curiosity, rather than accidentally doing it. Still dumb, but not bumbling) It's a shame most folks only know the movies.
I had forgotten the wring wraith incident. I shall endeavour to reread the series, cuz clearly I've forgotten enough that it's time.
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Old November 13, 2018, 16:16   #54
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I'm happy to announce Dillon Precision Products, Inc is back for their second year as a sponsor, and has stepped up their level of support to be an Obstacle Sponsor!



This week's stage is the "old standard". I've promised to keep doing this one until everyone complains it's too easy:

Stage 4 (5k) or 6 (10k): The Rifleman
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Hit two 10" targets at 100 yds from Standing, two 10" targets at 200 yds from sitting/kneeling, and two 10" targets at 300 yds from prone.



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Old November 13, 2018, 16:35   #55
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Old November 13, 2018, 19:09   #56
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What does Lisa do if you forget to credit her?
This is why I limp sometimes.
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Yeah - that's the reason.

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This is why I limp sometimes.
That's because if she swings high, she might miss.
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Old November 19, 2018, 16:36   #59
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I am thrilled to welcome Samson Manufacturing back for their third year as an obstacle sponsor. Samson does so much to support the shooting sports, and makes some really good gear too - check them out and see if you can return the favor. Big thanks to Bryan Ray and Brian Vaught for being excellent ambassadors for them and always being up for a new challenge!

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Stage 2: Improvised Support
Cowboy Town

Begin in the barn, with three targets at 40-50 yds – stage is all rifle. On the buzzer, drop to prone on a wobbly platform. Make one hit from the right shoulder around the right side of two cones. Make one hit from the left shoulder around the left side of the cones, and one hit in the center between the cones. Put the rifle on safe and set it down facing downrange, then sprint 40 yards (out and back). Retrieve your rifle and move to the car door, where you will repeat the right, left, center pattern using the car window as a support from approximately kneeling height. Safely ground the rifle and sprint another 40 yards. Make one hit from the right shoulder using the right side of the barn opening as a brace. Make one hit from the left shoulder using the left side of the opening as a brace. Make one hit using a strap strung across the opening as a brace – all at approximately standing height.

"Sprint" may have different meanings for you depending on your fitness level. You'll know you're pushing hard enough if you really NEED the improvised support to make the hits. :-)



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Isn't he always the one saying stages should be simpler? Lol
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Isn't he always the one saying stages should be simpler? Lol
Remind him of that when you see him. ;-)
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I am thrilled to welcome Samson Manufacturing back for their third year as an obstacle sponsor.....

"Sprint" may have different meanings for you depending on your fitness level. You'll know you're pushing hard enough if you really NEED the improvised support to make the hits. :-)
So you are going to sprint out 40 yards, back 40 yards, shoot, sprint out 40 yards, back 40 yards and shoot some more? And all of this after you (meaning someone other than me) have run a couple of K and participated in another "SIMPLE" shooting stage (#1). Are you going to put a par time on it too?

I figure at MY pace this stage will take me 8-10 minutes to complete since there are toddlers who move faster than me at a dead sprint.
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So you are going to sprint out 40 yards, back 40 yards, shoot, sprint out 40 yards, back 40 yards and shoot some more? And all of this after you (meaning someone other than me) have run a couple of K and participated in another "SIMPLE" shooting stage (#1). Are you going to put a par time on it too?

I figure at MY pace this stage will take me 8-10 minutes to complete since there are toddlers who move faster than me at a dead sprint.
40 yds total each time - 20 out and 20 back. I'm afraid we have to put a 3 minute par time on all the stages just to keep things from getting too backed up. Just do as much as you can in those 3 minutes, and 10 seconds will be added to your time for each target not hit. You will not be alone if you do not finish.

And no, you can't just give up when the buzzer goes off and say "9 FTNs = 90 seconds, right?". That would give you 180 seconds plus 90 seconds = 270 seconds.
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20 out and back will be doable for most people I'll work on my winded sprints. I am 90% sure I am coming, but would like it to be as a competitor.
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Everyone simulates shooting from a boat with a wobbly platform - we're really going to do it!

Stage 5 (10k Only): Maritime Operations
The Pond

On the buzzer, climb into the jon boat and pull yourself forward in the pond using the supplied rope until you can see the six rifle targets in the distance: two skinny sammies and four 10" flashers placed from 50 to 200 yds. Make one hit on each target. Pull yourself back on your run time.

It being March, I will not require you to get wet. If you fall out of the boat it's on you. And no, you cannot just plunge into the pond and shoot the targets while standing in the water. :-)

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You. Sick. Bastard. I love it.
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"CQD 20meters, this is N4STG/MM requesting naval gunfire."
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I hope not. It would really suck to be sick in March!
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You 10Kers have all the fun.
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1972– Was on DMZ when Vietnam Easter Offensive started. Provided Naval Gunfire support for Major Ripley at Dong Ha Bridge, and downed pilots. Was credited with 5 tank kills. April 6 took the war North OPERATION FREEDOM TRAIN. On April 17, 1972 BUCHANAN was hit by North Vietnamese shore fire. Seaman Davis was KIA and seven wounded. BUCHANAN took part in operation Line Backer II taking part on strikes on Hiaphong Harbor clearing SAM sites so the harbor could be mined. Buchanan replaced barrels and repaired battle damage in Da Nang from USS Hector was First time in Vietnam war for US ship to be serviced in war zone.
1972 – Buchanan became Mod Squad One of three destroyers in Pacific , six Navy wide to be made "Mod Squad". This was an Admiral Zummwald program to reward outstanding performing officers with commands of larger ships than their rank would normally receive Lt. Commander as skipper instead of Commander
This was my first ship. Got on board at the end of this deployment in '72 and sailed it back to San Diego for a refit. Last of the two gun shooters - MK42 5 inch 54 caliber guns - Mount 51 fore and Mount 52 aft. Kind of used to Naval Gunfire Support.
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This was my first ship. Got on board at the end of this deployment in '72 and sailed it back to San Diego for a refit. Last of the two gun shooters - MK42 5 inch 54 caliber guns - Mount 51 fore and Mount 52 aft. Kind of used to Naval Gunfire Support.
Very cool - this stage was made for you! But no 5" guns allowed. I would have no more targets left after you shoot. ;-)
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I did not notice that...hmm...might have to run the 10k then.
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I did not notice that...hmm...might have to run the 10k then.
10k guys always get the extra "treats" in return for running twice as far. They get the slackline too, and the SHO/WHO pistol dueling tree.
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Registration will open two weeks from today at 10:00am Central Time on Saturday, December 15th. Full payment is due when you register. Last year the 5k sold out in 17 minutes and the 10k took a few days to sell out - so make plans to be near a computer with a credit card when it opens if you want to get in!

Here's the 5k registration link. Total required hit count for the 5k is 38 rifle and 30 pistol (24 if you listen well). Yes - the round count is low. This is a simple skills test, not a hose-fest. You will be well tested.

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Here's the 10k registration link. Total required hit count for the 10k is 44 rifle and 42 pistol (36 if you listen well).

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A full Course of Fire, Map, and rules are available as downloads at the registration link on Practiscore. You will need a Practiscore login to register - don't wait until the 15th to get one.
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Well as much as I would love to go, it looks like the RBGC FAL match will interfere with this. The boss has already told me that 1 out of state match per month is the limit.



Well, maybe I CAN be in the match. Looks like RBGC is being rescheduled.
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Well as much as I would love to go, it looks like the RBGC FAL match will interfere with this. The boss has already told me that 1 out of state match per month is the limit.
I'm sorry we'll miss you, but I totally get it. This is the FAL Files, after all, and the FAL Match should take precedence!
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I am thrilled to announce Magpul Industries Corp. is back this year as a Stage Sponsor. They will bring you Rusty Trumble's evil Stage 2: Magpul's Improvised Support.

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Improvised Support.
I am picturing a few bowling pins, a beach-ball, blow-up doll, and Nuttz in spandex sitting indian-style on the firing line. Rusty says "You can use any of these you like for support, but no prone. Oh, by the way, Jimmy has had a bottle of Jameson...so be careful."
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I am picturing a few bowling pins, a beach-ball, blow-up doll, and Nuttz in spandex sitting indian-style on the firing line. Rusty says "You can use any of these you like for support, but no prone. Oh, by the way, Jimmy has had a bottle of Jameson...so be careful."
Close. See post #59 for a full description.

And I don't EVER want to picture Nuttz in spandex again. Indian-style or any other way.
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Close. See post #59 for a full description.

And I don't EVER want to picture Nuttz in spandex again. Indian-style or any other way.
To make you happy, I'll give him a pair of my yoga pants (freshly washed). They definitely will NOT be spandex tight on him.
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To make you happy, I'll give him a pair of my yoga pants (freshly washed). They definitely will NOT be spandex tight on him.
I don't think you understand what makes me happy.
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