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Smith&Wesson IDPA winter Nationals

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by tommygun45, Mar 5, 2003.

  1. tommygun45

    tommygun45 Member

  2. Navy joe

    Navy joe Well-Known Member

    Wow, another brutal mutilation of the competition by Miculek. That's ugly.

    Lowest overall time there belongs to a confirmed IPSC guy, does it not? GO TJ !
  3. tommygun45

    tommygun45 Member

    Jarret did post the low overall but, number one, Sevigny had a fluke of a DQ and, number two, the SO on stage three let Jarret get away without giging him for use of cover. He took 6 targets from the inside out thus exposing himself to threat targets that were not neutralized. It should have been a three second procedural but the SO didn't call it. Would that have made a difference? I doubt it since jarret trashed two stages and still posted the best time. However if Dave haden't DQed it would have been a diferent story.
  4. Navy joe

    Navy joe Well-Known Member

    Looking at the stage times Sevigny did post, I think it would have been a good horserace between the two. Too bad he dropped his gun.
  5. SDC

    SDC Well-Known Member

    Is there anywhere I could see some stage drawings of this match? I'm always on the lookout for interesting stages for our local matches, so any compilation of interesting IPSC/IDPA/USPSA stages would be a good thing to have.
  6. TeamCorbon

    TeamCorbon Active Member


    If you call or e mail Peggy Cowell at S&W, I'll bet she'd mail you a course booklet. PCowell@smith-wesson.com. If that doesn't work, call their toll free number.
  7. SDC

    SDC Well-Known Member

    Many thanks :) In the process now.

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