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Old 06-03-2018, 04:42 PM
Kilo-Sierra Kilo-Sierra is offline
 
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Totally agree with Keith.

Also, this year a group is sponsoring a charity ďWWIIĒ Run and Gun type match down in the action pistol bays. My understanding is itíll be all plate shooting, setup like a WWII battle. 24 shots in each of 3 courses of fire, Legal rifles are 1945 and earlier, or equivalent. Itís the spirit thing.

I just learned of this on a Facebook post by Talladega. Itís supposed to be Saturday, 11-6.

Iím in, pulled a 1944 M1 out of the safe, found a case of 1945 surplus ammo and Iím going for it. Wonít be competitive as Iíve never done this before, but Iíll have a blast trying it.

Hope to see you there, including you Keith.
Ken, Definitely doing EIC and a GSM match. Most likely give the outlaw Garand match a go. I've shot a LOT of Steel Challenge matches but have NEVER done it with a Garand!

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Old 06-03-2018, 06:52 PM
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Shane told me he’s gonna do it with his Carbine. Also said he forwarded 20+ invites. Two others that I know of, plus you and I are also gonna shoot it.

This event could really be a blast. Just think of the CMP promotes it for the 75th D-Day Anniversary Matches.
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Old 06-05-2018, 04:34 AM
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IMO,if this match was more like a travel games event,complete with all matches shot at those it may be worth the trip.
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Old 06-05-2018, 09:16 AM
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IMO,if this match was more like a travel games event,complete with all matches shot at those it may be worth the trip.
Canít argue with that!
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Old 06-06-2018, 03:16 PM
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My understanding is that this match will be run and gun, like a USPSA carbine match. I'll be running the M1 Carbine. I think there may be other matches going on that day on the rifle ranges, but thats a separate thing. See you there!
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Old 06-11-2018, 07:25 PM
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IMO,if this match was more like a travel games event,complete with all matches shot at those it may be worth the trip.
The CMP is listening, you just have to talk/write them. They obviously want attendance to improve. I like the idea of having GSMMís at D-Day, perhaps with a perk if one competes in all the D-Day firearms Matches- Garand, Carbine and 1911.
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