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#6840799 - 07/31/17 10:00 PM Carbine Match Saturday
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Any body shooting in the Carbine Match Saturday at the NTSA Range near Denton? One longrange stage, the rest moving and shooting. Minor Cal .223, major anything bigger. Like the 3-gun match's but only rifle.
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#6840813 - 07/31/17 10:09 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Kyle. Where you at? Go get your feet wet at this. I am out unfortunately. Got family stuff Saturday and helping out our adopted papaw Ramsey on Sunday. You cannot be scared your whole life grin

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#6840820 - 07/31/17 10:13 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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No, but it sounds fun.
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#6840822 - 07/31/17 10:13 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Hmmm I did just build a gun just for this rofl

I might go shoot it and see how it goes.

I swear it seems like I have something to do Saturday but for the life of me I can't remember what it is lol if it ends up I don't I might make it out.
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#6840827 - 07/31/17 10:16 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Where is the link? Could be interesting

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#6840829 - 07/31/17 10:16 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Lol, Kyle it does not seem that way you probably do. My wife likes to let me know Friday afternoon typically but her brother is coming in with his snot factory machine aka baby Roy so I got a 1 week notice.

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#6840843 - 07/31/17 10:25 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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Dangit!!!

Wish I had more notice! I might do alright at that.
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#6840878 - 07/31/17 11:44 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: FiremanJG]
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Originally Posted By: FiremanJG
Dangit!!!

Wish I had more notice! I might do alright at that.


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#6841281 - 08/01/17 11:32 AM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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I'll report back on this shoot and see if they are looking for more shooters. Its a private club but welcome non-members to shoot matches. it's $20 for non members.



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Chuck Magers Look this over call me once you have read it and I can walk you through it. It's pre registration for the shoot Sat ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: "NTSA Match Director" <carbinematch@shootntsa.com> Date: Jul 30, 2017 10:25 AM Subject: NTSA Carbine Match Saturday, August 5th To: <cmagers4@gmail.com> Cc: Carbine Shooters, This email is to advise you that a NTSA Carbine Match is scheduled for next Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 0830. Please pre-register for the match. Sign-up and squading are much easier and save a lot of time if it is done prior to the match on Saturday. If you have a group you want to shoot with, you are more likely to shoot with them if you sign up and squad ahead of time. On line sign-up will end on Friday at 8:30 PM. You can still sign up Saturday as a “walk on” until 8:30 AM. However, at that point squad options are limited. We may balance the squads to minimize waiting time between stages and we will ensure that each squad has a person that can run Practiscore. The Practiscore sign-up link is: https://practiscore.com/ntsa-carbine-match-august-5-2017/register Please arrive early and drive the posted speed limit of 7 mph while on club property. Please do not park in front of Pistol Bays 2 & 3. This parking area should be left open for shooters using those bays. Sign up will end at 0830 on Pistol Bay 1, the Safety and Courses of Fire Briefing will be around 0835, and the match will start around 0845. You must attend the safety briefing to shoot in the match. Upon arrival, sign your name on the TWO sheets located on the clip boards on the bench. The match fee is $10 for NTSA members, LEO's, and military; $20 for non-members. Michael C. will collect the match fees. If he is not available, please do not put money for match fees on the clip board. After the course of fire set-up is completed, we will call your name, collect the match fee, and issue the score sheet and waiver (for new shooters). Fill out the score sheet and give it to th
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Look this over call me once you have read it and I can walk you through it. It's pre registration for the shoot Sat
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From: "NTSA Match Director" <carbinematch@shootntsa.com>
Date: Jul 30, 2017 10:25 AM
Subject: NTSA Carbine Match Saturday, August 5th
To: <cmagers4@gmail.com>
Cc:




Carbine Shooters, 
This email is to advise you that a NTSA Carbine Match is scheduled for next Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 0830.
 
Please pre-register for the match.  Sign-up and squading are much easier and save a lot of time if it is done prior to the match on Saturday.  If you have a group you want to shoot with, you are more likely to shoot with them if you sign up and squad ahead of time.  On line sign-up will end on Friday at 8:30 PM.  You can still sign up Saturday as a “walk on” until 8:30 AM. However, at that point squad options are limited. We may balance the squads to minimize waiting time between stages and we will ensure that each squad has a person that can run Practiscore. The Practiscore sign-up link is:

https://practiscore.com/ntsa- carbine-match-august-5-2017/ register
 
Please arrive early and drive the posted speed limit of 7 mph while on club property.  Please do not park in front of Pistol Bays 2 & 3.  This parking area should be left open for shooters using those bays.  Sign up will end at 0830 on Pistol Bay 1, the Safety and Courses of Fire Briefing will be around 0835, and the match will start around 0845.  You must attend the safety briefing to shoot in the match. 

Upon arrival, sign your name on the TWO sheets located on the clip boards on the bench.  The match fee is $10 for NTSA members, LEO's, and military; $20 for non-members.   Michael C. will collect the match fees.  If he is not available, please do not put money for match fees on the clip board.  After the course of fire set-up is completed, we will call your name, collect the match fee, and issue the score sheet and waiver (for new shooters).  Fill out the score sheet and give it to the person entering walk-on shooters into Practiscore.  Do not include your email address unless it is new to us or you are not receiving our emails.  We will be using both Practiscore and our original scoresheets for all shooters.
 
Please note that guests (non-members) are allowed to shoot the match, but must stay with their squad.  Before and after the match, guests are not allowed use club facilities unless accompanied by a member as his or her guest. The sponsoring member must remain with the guest at all times and is responsible for the actions of the guest before or after the match. 
 
Minor Caliber Shooters - Stage 1 will involve shooting both 100 yard and 200 yards from the prone platform, starting with two down-loaded magazines, and performing a bolt-lock reload.  You will need 21 rounds total ammunition for this stage; 20 rounds of lead-based bullets such as pointed soft point, plastic ballistic tip (not M855 military green tip), or open tip match for the steel targets and any type of ammo for shooting the clay target. Please check the ammo you intend to use on the steel targets with a magnet and ensure that it is not bi-metal, steel-cored, or contain a steel penetrator because these are not allowed for steel targets by club rules.  You are allowed to use a small Harris-type bipod but no rear rest for Stage 1.  Stage 2 will be on the 50-yard Intermediate Range, and Stages 3 through 5 will be on Pistol Bay 1 (East, Middle, and West bays).   You will need 120 rounds minimum (Minor Caliber) of FMJ ammo for Stages 2 through 5.  
 
Major Caliber Shooters - Stage 1 will involve shooting both 100 yard and 200 yards from the prone platform, starting with two down-loaded magazines, and performing a bolt-lock reload.  You will need 11 rounds total ammunition for this stage; 10 rounds of lead-based bullets such as pointed soft point, plastic ballistic tip (not M855 military green tip), or open tip match for the steel targets and any type of ammo for shooting the clay target. Please check the ammo you intend to use on the steel targets with a magnet and ensure that it is not bi-metal, steel-cored, or contain a steel penetrator because these are not allowed for steel targets by club rules.  You are allowed to use a small Harris-type bipod but no rear rest for Stage 1.  Stage 2 will be on the 50-yard Intermediate Range, and Stages 3 through 5 will be on Pistol Bay 1 (East, Middle, and West bays).   You will need 75 rounds minimum (Major) of FMJ ammo for Stages 2 through 5.
 
Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) Shooters – Same instructions as Minor Caliber Shooters above.   
 
All Carbine Shooters:  Please note that appropriate shoes are required since you will be shooting and moving.  No flip-flops are allowed in the NTSA action matches.  Also, in accordance with the NTSA Safety Policy, a hat with a brim along with eye and ear protection is required. Shooters should bring three magazines, carriers for your magazines, a case for your rifle or carbine, a chamber flag and water to keep hydrated. Division capacity is 30 rounds for Minor, 20 rounds for Major calibers, and 30 rounds for PCC.  Large capacity magazines such as 40+ rounds for Minor (or 25 rounds for Major) can be used for Stage 5 in this match. 
 
The carbine match is run on a cold range, which means that carbines must be unloaded and carried in a closed hard or soft case with a chamber flag installed.  When the shooter is called to the firing line, the Range Officer will give the command to “Load and make ready”.  At that point, the carbine can be removed from the case and loaded in the presence of the range officer. 
  
Please be aware that your firearm will get pretty hot after shooting a high round count stage. You will be required to return your carbine to your case before you move to the next stage.  However, on Stage 1, all cleared/safe carbines will be benched with muzzles pointed down range and allowed to cool. 
 
It is recommended that you check your reloads with a case/chamber gauge and ensure that your rifles or carbines are functioning properly and sighted-in to 200 yards.  It is also recommended that you know where your carbine hits at ranges from 10 to 200 yards (POA versus POI). 

We will run three or more squads and should be finished close to 1:30 PM.  

All shooters are requested to help score and paste the targets to keep things moving, and continue to pick up each shooter's brass after they shoot a stage.  Please help break down and clean up the ranges at the end of the stages/match.  We really appreciate those who come early to help set up the stages.
 
Thank You,
Gary Runyon
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#6841282 - 08/01/17 11:34 AM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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sorry for the goofy format but yall will figure it out
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#6841351 - 08/01/17 12:27 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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No but I'm probly going to my first precision rifle match this weekend (to watch this time). I've been toying with the idea for years and am finally pulling the trigger on it. I'm ordering parts today to start my comp rifle build.....aaaaaand finally gonna start hand loading. Ordering that stuff today as well.

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#6841419 - 08/01/17 01:21 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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So buzz, do you have to be invited by a member? I was reading the rules and it says that guest must stay with their squad the whole time and with the member that invited them.
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#6841429 - 08/01/17 01:28 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: Buzzsaw]
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I really don't know. I got invited but I bet you could shoot with no problem. go on that practiscore and sign up in my squad. I know most of those guys. this is my second one

I will walk and shoot slow, just having fun shooting my Seekins
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#6841461 - 08/01/17 02:10 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: KRoyal]
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Originally Posted By: KRoyal
So buzz, do you have to be invited by a member? I was reading the rules and it says that guest must stay with their squad the whole time and with the member that invited them.


Selective reading this week ?? No, you do not have to be invited by a member. I believe it says non-members are not allowed to use club facilities before or after the shoot UNLESS they are accompanied by a member. While shooting the match the non-member must stay with their squad. JMO and the way I read it.
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#6841465 - 08/01/17 02:21 PM Re: Carbine Match Saturday [Re: blackcoal]
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Originally Posted By: KRoyal
So buzz, do you have to be invited by a member? I was reading the rules and it says that guest must stay with their squad the whole time and with the member that invited them.


Selective reading this week ?? No, you do not have to be invited by a member. I believe it says non-members are not allowed to use club facilities before or after the shoot UNLESS they are accompanied by a member. While shooting the match the non-member must stay with their squad. JMO and the way I read it.


This is from their website. It states that the guest must stay with the inviting member the entire match (before and after), therefore it sounds like you must be invited by a member. otherwise how would you stay with the invited member before, during, and after the match if no one invited you.

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9. Please note that guests (non-members) are allowed to shoot the match, but must stay with their squad. Before and after the match, guests are not allowed use club facilities unless accompanied by a member as his or her guest. The sponsoring member must remain with the guest at all times and is responsible for the actions of the guest before or after the match.
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