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Glock vs 1911 (etc) Challenge Match, Louisville KY on August 20th

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by hnm201, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. hnm201

    hnm201 Member

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    SportShooters Indoor Range GSSF Indoor League Starts in September so for the date in August that we would normally have a GSSF Match (the 20th) we will have a "GSSF style" indoor match that anyone can shoot in.

    We are calling this our "Glock Challenge Match" because we are allowing all centerfire handguns but we are going to shoot the GSSF Indoor Match course of fire. So you are welcome to shoot your Kimber, STI, broom handled mauser, CZ, HK or Beretta. The only rule will be no scopes or electronic optics. Fiber optic inserts are A-OK.

    First place will pay cash $100.00 and we intend to pay all the way back to 10th place. Number of entries will determine how much payout will be back to 10th.

    We know this is conflicting with some other matches in the area but we are running this from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm so you should be able to shoot IDPA in Wilmore and still get here to shoot.

    Entry fee will be $20.00 per gun
    Target will be the NRA D-1
    No string is longer than 10 shots
    Total shots fired = 50
    Lost Brass
    Questions? Call Dean at 502-540-9901

    (posted here by Dominic on behalf of sportshooters)
     
  2. Gary G23

    Gary G23 Senior Member

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    Is this the former "Ray's" range?
     
  3. hnm201

    hnm201 Member

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    No, that location is now occupied by Bluegrass Range , which is a nice place.

    Sportshooters is Julie Yeager's range, located at 764 S 1st St, two blocks south of Broadway on 1st Street. I'm a member there, and I like the place.

    In expectation of the folks that might soon be chiming in with the flames. Ray Yeager never supported gun registration. He supported a requiring a NICs check for firearm transactions between private individuals.
     

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