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Utah State

Well i shot the Utah State Match again this year.  However this year i had to do a couple of reloads plus i did a Canadian reload as well on one stage.  This turned out not to be a great match for me as my gun was acting and not feeding correctly.   not sure why at his  point.  i cleaned the Aftec as well as replaced the return spring.  i am going to try a new mag in it to see if that is the problem or not.  I had one good stage finishing 22 on stage 2.  Besides from that is was a fun match and i enjoyed myself.


Well I spent most of last week down in Idaho Falls shooting the USPSA Area 1match and working it.  The match was fun and I had a personal best with a HF=11.7769 on Bay 2B - Step Carefully.  Day one went really well for me but day 2 unfortunately didn’t   I have to work more on the consistency aspect of my game.  Overall I came in 4th C missing out on 3rd by 3%.  I did still manage to walk off with a $50 Starline gift certificate off the prize table. 

Qualifier #19

Well I went up to Spruce Grove last weekend to shot Qualifier #19 and I had a couple of pleasant surprises.  The first one was that I won top B by 0.12 %.  That was great as I was a slow as molasses on stage one and two, but was third overall on stage 3, I took a miss on stage 4 which cost me 9 points, on stage 5 I took a no shot and a miss which cost me another 6 points and on stage 6 the last stage I was slow and dropped to many points. 



Well, did another PAL and RPAL course this weekend in Brooks.  I had a full class on Saturday with 8 students.  However it was like herding cats!  They kept getting off on tangents.  I hate stifling questions as I think it does contribute to the learning process even if it is off subject because I think it promotes them asking questions on subject.  It was about 5:30 by the time we finished the course and closer to 7:30 by the time they got out of there. 


Well on Saturday the 14, I did another PAL course in Taber.  It was supposed to be 6 people but turned out to be 7.  Things went really one especially since I had one fellow that I was a bit worried about on his reading skills.  Damn if he didn't get a 90%!  For some reason it was a slow course and I didn't get done till about 7.  Fortunately Cathy had thrown a pork roast into the slow cooker with barbecue sauce so I had barbeque when I got home.  All that was missing was fresh buns.