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March 2018 Biloxi (DSSA) pistol match results

March 25, 2018 Leave a comment

For the first time since November 2017, we managed to shoot a match without being rained out. Rain had cancelled 4 of the last 5 matches in Biloxi and we thought we’d never get back to shooting, but we finally got a decent day, and ended up with a decent turnout. A total of 51 shooters began the day under slightly overcast skies and pleasant temperatures. There were 5 challenging courses of fire today which evoked quite a few comments, both positive and “negative”. Of course, no one ever has anything *really* negative to day, but were a few directed towards the plethora of unloaded starts and the head-scratcher, also known as Stage 2. But at the end of the day, most appreciated the challenges presented and found they had some practice to do before the next match.

Although the squads were larger than normal, the match moved along quite well. Most squads finished by 12:30 or so. Only four shooters shot a clean match, so that speaks to the difficulties presented. The top spot went back and forth all morning, until a winner emerged over the last two stages they shot. The winner today had the quickest total stage time and also shot clean. Congratulations goes to  Read more…

February 2018 Biloxi pistol match – Registration open

February 18, 2018 Leave a comment

Registration is open for the February edition of the Deep South Shooters Association monthly USPSA pistol match. The match will take place at the Coast Rifle and Pistol Club in Biloxi on February 25, 2018. Shooting begins at 9 AM. Please arrive no later than 8:30 AM.

Juniors shoot for free, CPRC members shoot for $15, all others shoot for $20.

To register, click the big registration button below.

January 2018 Biloxi Pistol match **CANCELLED**

January 27, 2018 Leave a comment

The DSSA pistol match in Biloxi on January 28, 2018 has been cancelled due to the rain.

January 2018 Biloxi pistol match

January 21, 2018 Leave a comment

Registration is open for the January edition of the Deep South Shooters Association monthly USPSA pistol match. The match will take place at the Coast Rifle and Pistol Club in Biloxi on January 28, 2018. Shooting begins at 9 AM. Please arrive no later than 8:30 AM.

Juniors shoot for free, CPRC members shoot for $15, all others shoot for $20.

To register, click the big registration button below.

December 2017 Biloxi pistol match CANCELLED

December 31, 2017 Leave a comment

The make-up USPSA pistol match scheduled for Sunday, December 31, 2017 in Biloxi has been cancelled due to the forecast of rain. Happy New Year to all our shooters. We’ll see you next year!

 

December 2017 Biloxi pistol match (Rescheduled)

December 22, 2017 Leave a comment

Registration is open for the rescheduled December match in Biloxi. The regular match schedule falls on Christmas Eve Day, so the match has been moved to New Years Eve Day. This should be less of an impact to our regular shooters. The match will be the normal 5 stages of USPSA pistol at the normal time and place, but on the 5th Sunday instead of the 4th.

This is NOT the Multi-Discipline charity match that is scheduled for Dec. 30. That is a separate match and is Saturday only. This is a Sunday only match, and they are two separate matches. They are not related in any way other than shooting at the same range.

Juniors shoot for free, CPRC members shoot for $15, all others shoot for $20.

To register, click the big registration button below.

November 2017 Biloxi (DSSA) pistol match results

November 26, 2017 5 comments

 

Weather-wise, it was hard to beat today. Especially after the total disaster that was last month. It was cool in the morning and still below 70 when we finished with sunny skies all day long. It is what you would pick if you could.

The turnout was great as well, with 54 shooters at hammer time. Towards the end of last week, we ran into an issue with the match filling up and it was reported that some folks who tried to register were told it was filled. We need to check on this to make sure this doesn’t happen again but hopefully, no one stayed away because of this. In general, at our local match, we don’t turn anyone away who comes out.

With the fine weather came some pretty fine shooting, too. The stages were well designed but with some interesting twists today, prop-wise. The PCC shooters may not have cared for this but most everyone else seemed to at least survive the manual actions needed on two of the stages. They forced you to think and get creative. When all the wailing was done, though, a winner emerged at the top of the heap. Our match winner today was  Read more…

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