I really wanted to be at the 22 match. First one near us and I work. But thats usually how it goes for me being on shift work.Since several PRS shooters got elected to the board last year, maybe they’ll have a better chance than ever. It would be nice to have matches to shoot down there.
Anybody shooting the .22 match over there this weekend?
Well it might take longer than that... I’d go check it out and get their perspective on how realistic it is on that happening. Maybe if they knew of more potential members wanting to join but wish to shoot more than 300 yards, it would help their cause. I know my dad would’ve joined yesterday if the range was extended and they started running matches.I waiting a few months to join.
I think I prefer shooting from the balcony - I don’t mind shooting prone and the vantage point is so much better for the spotter.If anyone decides to shoot at FTS , bring a soft mat. The tables are cement, the mat helps with recoil management. If you’re shooting anything larger than a 338 bring a shooting mat because your prolly going to have to shoot from the balcony.
There’s a match in NE Louisiana on Sept. 26th. Come on out!What rifles/calibers is everyone shooting? It would be nice if we could get a group together to shoot sometime. We could make a habit out of it!
With ammo availability, I mostly shoot my Vudoo until I can start reloading. I’ve got a 6.5 Creedmoor and am in the process of building a 300 PRC (although 940 yards will seem pretty short with the big magnum)
Can you run a rifle with a blind mag or is DBM pretty much required? Have been looking for custom DBM for my converted Sako but it’s hard to find.Most importantly, they are super safe there. Chamber flags are required, and mag must always be out unless you're up for your turn to fire the stage.
Most of the competitive guys shoot some form of 6mm, but you’ll see a lot of 6.5 CM, .308 and some .223. Yea bring 100 rounds and you’ll be good.Well fellas, I guess I will go then. What will y’all be shooting with? I will probably use my 6.5 creedmore, which is the only rifle I have velocity and dope for at this time. A match is normally 100 rounds of ammo?
I actually have not been able to really check it out. I run a very large nursing home in Lafayette. With all the covid stuff going around, I haven’t been able to look yet. I will try after work this evening.Most of the competitive guys shoot some form of 6mm, but you’ll see a lot of 6.5 CM, .308 and some .223. Yea bring 100 rounds and you’ll be good.
Were you able to find the registration on Practiscore or on the Facebook group?