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Old 02-26-2012, 5:55 PM
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Here are some of the targets from this morning's match:

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Stage 1
100yd Cold bore
Round count: 1
Start position: Standing at yellow line, rifle on ground, bolt open.
On the beep, engage the 2" dot at 100yds.
55 points for a hit.
55 points possible
60 seconds prep, 30 seconds shoot time.


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Stage 2
100yd Hostage
Round count: 4
Start position: Standing at yellow line, rifle on ground, bolt open.
On the beep, engage the hostage target at 100 yards from the prone position with four rounds.
15 points for shots within the scoring box or 5 points for any other bad guy hit and -15 points for each hostage hit.
60 points possible
60 sec prep and 90 sec shoot time.


Unfortunately, my hostage stage didn't go too well:



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Stage 3
100yd Positional
Round count: 8
Start position: Standing at port arms, bolt open.
On the beep, engage the 100yd mini IPSC target with 2 shots offhand, 2 shots kneeling, 2 shots seated and finally 2 shots from unsupported prone. Sling support only.
Scoring as per the point values on the target.
80 points possible.
60 seconds prep, 90 seconds shoot time.


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Stage 6
50yd weak side dots
Round count: 5
Start position: Prone behind rifle.
On the beep, engage the five 1" dots at 50yds with 1 shot each from the weak side, with weak trigger finger. Bipod support only, no rear bag, shooting glove or shemagh. Bare hand only.
20 points per hit.
100 points possible.
60 seconds prep, 60 seconds shoot time.


You can see that even the smallest targets are about two minutes in size. That's far from easy, but my point is that you don't require benchrest accuracy. Reading the wind and shooting skill are far more important than the precision of your rifle.
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