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What a blast!
Way faster paced than the regular USPSA matches I'm used to. I'm shooting a bone stock 5" M&P.
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Hey, that looks (and sounds!) like fun!
A local range was recently offering a Steel Challenge beginner’s clinic that I sadly wound up having to miss - I’ve been encouraged to just show-up regardless and watch / learn / dive-in at any of their regular matches.
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Nice shooting, that was fast and accurate! I've shot a little bit of steel challenge at a local informal club match, and that was a lot of fun, but this looks far more dynamic. I like it!
Sweet! Dynamic steel is fun!
If it’s in the budget, check out the Berrys Steel Open in St. George, UT. It’s two days and about 600 rounds of all steel. Varies from static steel like you find in Steel Challenge events, to Par Time and Scramble stages that are more like a USPSA match. Swingers, no shoot steels, targets up to 25yrds. It runs very smoothly and is a lot of fun!
A video from this years match, not me.
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Steel matches are a lot of fun.
The best part is instant gratification when you can hear your hits on target , oh and by the way no pasting.
Have not shot steel at our club in a while, hopefully I can get back to it some day. It was so much fun.
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