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Arms Room IDPA

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Post by ElGato » Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:25 am

SRVA & Comp-vest put on a very good IDPA Orientation last night, lots of new shooters and lot's of fun, we saw a lot of old friends and made some new one's, Charles stopped bye but couldn't stay, a great evening for all who came.
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Post by longtooth » Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:32 am

Wish I had been there. Good visit on the phone this morn. Have a great hunt.
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Post by williamkevin » Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:46 am

TLynn and I had a great time as well! It was our first indoor IDPA match and we both loved it! Thanks to all the folks involved in this that made it so enjoyable, especially the hard working SO's! :thumbs2: :thumbs2:

Special thanks to the Arms Room for being a big part of getting this rolling!


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Post by cajunautoxer » Tue Sep 14, 2010 10:09 am

So what's the time and date for this event? I work at Clear Lake Hosp and it's right around the corner

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Post by TLynnHughes » Tue Sep 14, 2010 10:26 am

williamkevin wrote:TLynn and I had a great time as well! It was our first indoor IDPA match and we both loved it! Thanks to all the folks involved in this that made it so enjoyable, especially the hard working SO's! :thumbs2: :thumbs2:

Special thanks to the Arms Room for being a big part of getting this rolling!
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I had a blast! Thanks to everyone who had a hand in getting this started. We will definitely try to participate as often as possible. Monday nights...hammer down at 7:00! :fire

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Post by CompVest » Tue Sep 14, 2010 4:40 pm

6:30 PM for new shooter orientation. It was the most fun match SRVA and I have shot in some time. We shot 6 scenarios.

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Post by Teamless » Tue Sep 14, 2010 4:43 pm

What is the cost?
From 7pm until when?
How much ammo should a shooter bring?
What else should a shooter bring? Eyes and Ears are a given.
Do you shoot from concealment or open?
Do you have to bring your weapon in a bag or box, or can you wear it in (do they have a place to unconceal?)
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Post by gwashorn » Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:45 pm

Had a great time last night even if I did mess up on two of the scenarios. Well run and great fun. Thanks to the whole crew.

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Post by ea40ss » Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:30 pm

I had a great time as well. Good match, good crew, Very nice range!
It was nice seeing friends and meeting new folks too.
Good job Arms Room.
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Post by ElGato » Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:04 am

gwashorn wrote:Had a great time last night even if I did mess up on two of the scenarios. Well run and great fun. Thanks to the whole crew.

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I messed up on one too, but when I mess up I do a good job of it, 30 pt's down on one scenario! ahhhhhhh nooo. :cryin still had fun though :thumbs2:
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Post by TLynnHughes » Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:57 am

ElGato wrote:
gwashorn wrote:Had a great time last night even if I did mess up on two of the scenarios. Well run and great fun. Thanks to the whole crew.

Gary
I messed up on one too, but when I mess up I do a good job of it, 30 pt's down on one scenario! ahhhhhhh nooo. :cryin still had fun though :thumbs2:

Oh heck...I messed up on all of them! :lol: Go big or go home, I always say. :thumbs2: Looking forward to messing up again on Monday!

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Post by gwashorn » Tue Sep 21, 2010 11:11 am

Man, got outta for who I am at the Arms Room IDPA last night. But had fun!!! Hi TLynn!

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Post by cajunautoxer » Tue Sep 21, 2010 11:21 am

Man as soon as I rehab my knee I'm IN.

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Post by terryg » Tue Sep 21, 2010 11:25 am

Teamless wrote:What is the cost?
From 7pm until when?
How much ammo should a shooter bring?
What else should a shooter bring? Eyes and Ears are a given.
Do you shoot from concealment or open?
Do you have to bring your weapon in a bag or box, or can you wear it in (do they have a place to unconceal?)
Can anyone answer these questions by Teamless - for the benefit of the rest of us??
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Post by Charles L. Cotton » Tue Sep 21, 2010 11:40 am

terryg wrote:
Teamless wrote:What is the cost?
From 7pm until when?
How much ammo should a shooter bring?
What else should a shooter bring? Eyes and Ears are a given.
Do you shoot from concealment or open?
Do you have to bring your weapon in a bag or box, or can you wear it in (do they have a place to unconceal?)
Can anyone answer these questions by Teamless - for the benefit of the rest of us??
The match fee is $15;
Match started a little after 7:00 and we were out at 9:40;
I didn't do a round count, but it was between 75 and 100;
Concealment was not required, but it will be at some point; they said probably December;
You can come in with a hot gun in your holster then clear it on an open range.

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