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Old 08-11-2014, 12:53 AM
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Default Scott Valentine pulls off a perfect score (500;35X) at GSSF Indoor #1!

That's right, this past Saturday (08/09) morning, Calguns.net Shooting Team member Scott Valentine set the bar high by shooting a perfect score (500;35X) at the inagural match of the GSSF Indoor League taking place at LAX Firing range over the next 3 months.

Let's give it up for Scott, and wish him the best of luck when he comes back in hopes of a repeat in October!

Check out the discussion going on here in the Competition forum.




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Old 08-11-2014, 6:58 PM
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Great Job Scott!
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Nice work!
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Very nice!!
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Well done, sir.
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You better have your game face on and be ready for a repeat. Saturday's Match #3 is just around the corner.
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Go get 'em, Scott, one more time!!! You shot the first 500, even after Nolan tried to put the whammy on you.
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Good shooting sir. Well done!
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Nice shooting Scott! Looks like that one shot right on the lines inside edge was a squeaker super cool you definitely earned it kudos!
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Very impressive. Well done sir.
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congrats to Scott!
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Outstanding!!! It's the jersey that helped you shoot clean
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Awesome shooting.
Let me ask, what is the distance, and how big is the x-ring? How much time do you have?
Thanks.
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Awesome shooting.
Let me ask, what is the distance, and how big is the x-ring? How much time do you have?
Thanks.
You can learn all about the COF and the Indoor League specific here.

But it is basically:

SAMPLE COURSE OF FIRE

*Please contact host club for current COF

Competitor faces NRA "D1" paper targets at distances of 12 ft., 25 ft., 50 ft. and 75 ft., with firing timed as follows:



D-1

10 rounds

12 feet

15 seconds

D-1

10 rounds

25 feet

15 seconds

D-1

10 rounds

50 feet

15 seconds

D-1

10 rounds

75 feet

30 seconds

D-1

5 rounds

25 feet

15 seconds

D-1

5 rounds

50 feet

15 seconds
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Thank you for the info RoundEye. I need to practice more. 50 rounds of timed fire without a flyer is very impressive indeed. Scott, I do at this time tip my hat to your outstanding performance.
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Cool!
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Awesome !!

What model 1911 did he shoot...?

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Nicely done. I was curious, was this done with any optics or just standard target sights? Is there a barrel length limit?
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Since I was standing in the next lane, I can tell you they were standard sights (Dawson Fiber Optic), no optic, but not stock BLOCK sights either.

As far as a barrel length limit, as long as it's a stock BLOCK, you can shoot it.

GLOCK FIREARMS ARE CONSIDERED TO BE “STOCK” IF ALL FIREARM COMPONENTS ARE OR EVER HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE FROM GLOCK, INC. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED BELOW.

If any component is not or has never been available from GLOCK, Inc. or if the firearm has been physically modified except as otherwise specifically
noted below, it is not “stock” and is therefore restricted to use in the Master-Unlimited division only.

40.30 Allowable Modifications to “Stock”
1. “Hogue Grip”-type sleeves, “A-Grip” panels, “skateboard tape” or other grip-enhancing materials that do not materially alter the function of the stock firearm
2. Slide and barrel stripping and/or refinishing
3. Pearce Grip, Inc. grip extenders only on G26, G27, G29, G30, G33, G36 and G39 magazines
4. Aftermarket replacement non-metallic base plates on magazines
5. Post and notch sights (“patridge” sights) excluding any sight requiring slide modifications. Please note that fiber-optic and “express” sights are approved.

You may use any combination of GLOCK-produced firearms parts that do not result in a significant competitive advantage in the Stock divisions.

40.40 Specific Illegal Modifications in the “Stock” Divisions:
1. Any non-post and notch sight. This includes “Ghost Ring” or laser, electronic and optical sights. Please note that fiber-optic and express sights are permitted.
2. Wrap-around “magazine sleeves”
3. Aftermarket component parts to be used in the Amateur-Civilian, Amateur-Guardian, Amateur or Master Subcompact, Amateur or Master
Heavy Metal, Amateur or Master Master-Stock, or Amateur or Master Competition, and Amateur or Master Major-Subcompact divisions.
4. Aftermarket barrels.
5. Aftermarket recoil spring guide/recoil reducer assemblies.
6. Aftermarket extended slide stop levers.
7. Firing pins (modified/aftermarket).
8. Connectors (modified/aftermarket).
9. Metallic magazine well “funnels” or “slugs”.
10. Lights or other barrel weights including GLOCK produced light/laser units.
11. Aftermarket metallic replacement frames.
12. Any modification deemed by the Range Master to create an unfair competitive advantage
13. Non-factory “stippling”.(Stippling that is burned or cut into the polymer frame)

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P.S. Contrary to popular rumor, Scott does have a 1911 and shoots it well. LOL

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Awesome !!

What model 1911 did he shoot...?


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