Video Gallery

Videos from recent matches

IDPA
Video from the monthly IDPA match on August 31th. We run four stages for the IDPA match, two on the pistol side of the range and two on the longer (25 yards) rifle side of the range. The course of fire is setup late the night before by willing volunteers so that we may begin shooting first thing in the morning (we need to finish so the range can open to regular customers at 10:00AM). Dan shot this video in a time-lapse mode and it provides a unique perspective to the ebb and flow of traffic at a match.

Scores from the match are here August 31 IDPA Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1641363

 
 

Mini IPSC
The August 28th Mini-IPSC match. A skill stage and a fun stage started things off, then both were combined for a room-filling third stage. Bruce Gray of Gray Guns Inc. and Randy Lee of Apex Tactical, both in town for a training class over the long weekend, joined us for the match. You can see Randy run stage 3 with his revolver beginning at about 20:20 into the video, and Bruce running stage 3 starting at 27:50 into the video.

Scores from the match are here August 28 Mini-IPSC Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1625979

 
 

Man vs. Man
Here's 27 minutes of video from the August 14th Man vs. Man match. This month the stage layout was traditional, with 4 paper and 4 steel targets per stage (minimum round count 12). Chuck did mix things up a bit by moving the position of the stop plate around, making it easier to mistakenly end your stage much earlier than you should have and also by using only high cover at both ends of the stage. We had a very good turnout, including several first time Man vs. Man shooters.

Scores from the match are here August 14 Man vs. Man Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1532389

 
 

Mystery Match
These video captures are from the July 31st Mystery Match. This match saw the return of one of our newest props - Skeeter the skater ("Hey you damn kids, get off my lawn!"). We ended up using Skeeter in all three stages that were shot. To add to the moving-target fun our drop-turner target was also used in all three stages. We only set one stage at a time, allowing the stage designers to create very wide stages and clearly separate the threats.

Scores from the match are here July 31 Mystery Match Scores.

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIux-ii_M9g

 
 

Man vs. Man
Video from the July 10th Man vs. Man match. Victor really through us a curve with new cover props featuring ports and a different, much larger array of targets (minimum round count jumped from 12 to 18). This also marked the first appearance of John's new angled target frames - they provided quite a challenge for many shooters. We had 26 shooters show up to compete (okay, okay, we had 26 shooters show up most of whom came to compete) as well as a number of spectators.

Scores from the match are here July 10 Man vs. Man Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1321115

 
 

Mini IPSC
Video from the June 26th Mini-IPSC match. Great stages with multiple challenges and plenty of places for the individual shooter to "solve" the problem. This month's match saw the return of our new drop-turner target, and more than one shooter actuated the target only to realize they didn't have enough rounds in the gun to shoot it while it was exposed. For the third stage the first two stages were re-arranged to form a very large (but in many ways simpler) stage, with a total of 17 targets to engage.

Scores from the match are here June 26 Mini-IPSC Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1241887

 
 

Man vs. Man
Video from the June 13th Man vs. Man Match. Competitors start with 6 rounds in the gun, forcing at least one reload during the course of fire. Two competitors at a time race from opposite outside walls to the center of the room on identical mirrored courses, each attempting to beat the other for time and accuracy. The course is worth up to 50 points (perfect shooting), and the faster shooter gets a 5 point bonus. We shoot 4 stages and, unlike most matches, high score wins this one (maximum possible score is 220).

Scores from the match are here June 13 Man vs. Man Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1165666

 
 

Fun Steel
Video from the June 5th Fun Steel Match. Competitors are limited to 6 rounds for 6 targets (no make up shots). We currently shoot three stages, each competitor shoots each stage three times and the low score is thrown out. This particular evening each stage used the same array of targets, but with a different course of fire. For the first stage shooters could shoot in any order. In the second stage you had to shoot the rectangles first, then the circles. Finally, for the third stage, you had to work low to high, low to high (3 targets each).

Scores from the match are here June 5 Fun Steel Match Scores.

Direct video link: http://www.vimeo.com/1130223