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TV Land Cop Shoot 3/12/22

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It's a lot of fun.   Shooting from the FBI crouch is humbling, as it's not something most of us ever practice.

There are usually few to no entries in the 007, Gunsmoke, and Wanted Dead or Alive events, so if you have a gun that qualifies for any of those you've got a decent chance of going home with a trophy for that event.

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1 hour ago, 10X said:

It's a lot of fun.   Shooting from the FBI crouch is humbling, as it's not something most of us ever practice.

There are usually few to no entries in the 007, Gunsmoke, and Wanted Dead or Alive events, so if you have a gun that qualifies for any of those you've got a decent chance of going home with a trophy for that event.

What are the most popular events?  

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1 hour ago, Krdshrk said:

What are the most popular events?  

It kinda tracks with the popularity of the guns allowed for each event.  Chips and Blue Bloods are popular since you can use any 6" revolver, or any centerfire Glock (or Kahr or Sig).   Assassin's Guild is any gun not listed for the other events.  Sterotypical Villian is any semiautomatic.  Most anyone will have something to use in one or more of those events, even though optics aren't allowed.  Criminal Minds and Walker Texas Ranger tend to get a few entries as well despite the gun requirements being a little more specific.  Dirty Harry gets more entries now that they allow any .44 mag revolver (non-magnum loads only on the indoor range).  It used to require a S&W 29.   Some of the other events are more niche, only a few Pythons turn up for Walking Dead, not a lot of 2" revolvers for Dragnet or Hawaii 5-0, and some years not a single Walther PP or Mares Leg for the events that require those.  And I think it's rare to have more than about 3 shooters in the Gunsmoke event.

One entry fee lets you shoot as many events as you have guns for (or lets you re-shoot the same event as time allows).   I've entered as many as seven events at the match.

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Each event is timed but there is a little leeway (OK sometimes a lot). One gentleman forgot to bring up his extra mag and was allowed to go back to the table to get it and finish the round.

It's really laid back. 

You can shoot whatever gun you want in each round. You put down what event and gun you were shooting on your scorecard.

For those that don't know what the FBI crouch is here is an old training video.

 

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