Matches and events
NC Shooting Sports and Zombie Shooters Association are proud to announce that PSR Range 37 will hosting ZSA pistol matches on the first Sunday of the month. This is going to replace the Monthly Tuesday night matches. We know it was hard for people to come out after work so we decided that we would open it up on Sunday for those who could not make it during the week.
Exciting news, John Z Sr, one of the founders of ZSA is starting to accept students for firearms training. If you are in the market for a firearm and you do not know what to get, he has classes designed for to get students shooting a variety of guns to see what fits, to the experienced shooter who wants to take it to the next level, and for those of you who want to get in to competition shooting, there will be classes designed as a Intro to Competitive shooting, this is an exciting class, geared to the new comers to competitive shooting you will learn match firearms safety, range commands and what is expected of you as a shooter and what you should expect from the range location.?
John is a former US Marine and a 25 year NRA instructor. He competes with just about every type of firearm, from revolvers, to semi auto pistols and even shotguns and rifles, plus he is a great guy with a pure love for firearms and the competitive shooting sports and he is a excellent teacher.
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Well it is that time of year again, the Carolina Cup is almost here. Last year I was not confident enough plus the cost kind of pushed me a way, plus I said last year that I was not doing bug matches like that.. Well we all see how that turned out, I am planning on 1 to 2 big level 2-3 matches a month, if I can swing it, talk about getting bit by the bug.
Well I got to shoot the IDPA match in Oxford this weekend. I was not really to worried about placing, or the score, I had a different agenda in mind.
Well, I shot at the Durham County Wildlife club this past Tuesday. Yes we were able to get 4 stages completed for it rained on us. For being setup pretty quick and trying to keep them simple enough so we can beat the rain I think made them a bit better. There 3 out of 4 with movement, one was a modified Elpresedente, with movement to two last targets. another one was what I considered a modified USPSA stage, starting at a barrel, shooting on the move to cover and more targets around a corner, obviously if it was a USPSA or ZSA stage I would have shot it a lot different, and I would have had a better time if I did not have a miss feed. Speaking of a miss feed, it was pretty weird, I have not diffidently determined a root cause yet, I think it is one of the mags, where the mouth of the mag was opening up and not letting the round go straight in to the chamber, or the other thing I thought of is that I haven't cleaned it for about 400 to 500 rounds, but I am leaning toward the mag issue right now. I have two matches left, two IDPA matches that is before SC Section, another DCWC, and a IDPA in Oxford on Sunday. See you down range...
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