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what R U bringing!?

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Post by big 54r » Mon Jul 21, 2008 9:42 pm

I don't know if this is the place for this but I am a new attendee to this event and was wondering what any of ya'll who are going are gonna bring as for as (handguns: caliber, type, how many guns and ammo amounts?) all this aside from the "find the gun for you" session.

I know I will be bringing my CZ 75b and my ruger MKIII .22lr for my wife's clinincs. I am also considering bringing my makarov my wife's rossi .357 and maybe a CZ 52 to wring out since I have alot of ammo for it, I still need to get some of the other caliber ammo for the clinic's.

I may not shoot all of the handgun's I bring but I like option's... :mrgreen: :cheers2: :txflag: :patriot:

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Post by agbullet2k1 » Mon Jul 21, 2008 9:52 pm

Walther P99AS for sure....and maaaybe the PX4, with about 800 rounds of 9mm. Still have not found anything I like shooting as much as the Walther, but maybe the fins a gun table will yield something.
Walther P99AS 9mm
Beretta PX4sc 9mm
Walther P99 .40 S&W
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Post by The Annoyed Man » Tue Jul 22, 2008 9:20 am

Pistols I will bring if I can make it:
• Kimber Stainless Ultra Carry II
• H&K USP Compact .40
• S&W 642

Does PSC have a rifle range of at least 100 yards? If it does, I'll probably also bring my Remington 700 VSF in .308 and my Bushmaster Varminter.
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Post by MBGuy » Tue Jul 22, 2008 3:54 pm

Sig P239 .40, with 1000 rounds.
Remington 20 Ga., don't know how many rounds yet for the shotgun.
Wife :biggrinjester:

Short list huh?
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Post by seamusTX » Tue Jul 22, 2008 4:00 pm

Enough drinking water to drown a horse. It is hot in Houston in September.

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Post by big 54r » Tue Jul 22, 2008 4:39 pm

I hear ya seamus on the water I will be bringing plenty myself along with some sustain sport drink mix to replace electrolytes! :iagree:


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Post by mrvmax » Tue Jul 22, 2008 5:25 pm

FYI, PSC has 50,100, 200 and 300 yard ranges.


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Post by big 54r » Tue Jul 22, 2008 11:11 pm

Is it cool to bring a rifle on forum day even if you aren't a psc member? Just curious, i'm not bringing a rifle i'll be to busy with my mini clinics.

just wanted to know since annoyed man mentioned it.


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Post by longtooth » Wed Jul 23, 2008 8:00 am

I will be bringing:
Revolvers:
Ruger GP100
Ruger SP101

Semis:
SA 1911A1
Kimber PRO CDP

Shotgun - Moss 590

Ammo - 200 rds shotgun - Handgun= 1000+ combined.
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Post by TxD » Wed Jul 23, 2008 10:22 am

mrvmax wrote:FYI, PSC has 50,100, 200 and 300 yard ranges.
This is true, however only the pistol ranges are in use by participants of CHL day.
The "combat" shotgun range is also a pistol bay.
These are the bays/ranges that are normally used in the IDPA match on this date.

I think you will find the day quite full with the planned activities.

Having said this, time permitting, I am sure that a participating PSC member would
be willing to take someone as his guest over to a rifle range.

All but 2 or 3 of them are really nice guys. :razz:
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Post by big 54r » Wed Jul 23, 2008 9:27 pm

I have been mulling over my "gear kit" that will be coming along with me and the miss to make sure all bases are covered, here's a partial workup:

duffel/backpack, muffs/earplugs (many), lots and lots of water (some sport drink mix also), plenty of ammo (various calibers), many magazines (various calibers and guns), maybe some shoot gloves (to counter slide bite...it still happens sometimes!), eye protection/sun shades, hat (boonie/ball cap), towel, sun tan lotion, energy bars for quick rush, I would think a chair if a lecture is gonna happen before each training session... it may seem like alot but it really isn't once you lay it out and organize the "gear".

what's in your "gear kit"?

what am I missing?

thanx :cheers2:

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Post by agbullet2k1 » Wed Jul 23, 2008 9:56 pm

big 54r wrote:I have been mulling over my "gear kit" that will be coming along with me and the miss to make sure all bases are covered, here's a partial workup:

duffel/backpack, muffs/earplugs (many), lots and lots of water (some sport drink mix also), plenty of ammo (various calibers), many magazines (various calibers and guns), maybe some shoot gloves (to counter slide bite...it still happens sometimes!), eye protection/sun shades, hat (boonie/ball cap), towel, sun tan lotion, energy bars for quick rush, I would think a chair if a lecture is gonna happen before each training session... it may seem like alot but it really isn't once you lay it out and organize the "gear".

what's in your "gear kit"?

what am I missing?

thanx :cheers2:
You forgot holsters and hand cleaner, but otherwise good list. :cheers2:
Walther P99AS 9mm
Beretta PX4sc 9mm
Walther P99 .40 S&W
FrankenAR-15
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Post by big 54r » Thu Jul 24, 2008 6:57 am

thanx agbullet, the holster would be sorta necessary...duh, I had a brain fart... :tiphat: to you!

I didn't think about hand cleaner but that's a good idea also.

I also forgot about maybe the 3rd,4th or 5th most important thing on a day like forum day after SAFETY, GUN, AMMO and WATER...dumm de dumm dumm...a CLEANING KIT... I don't know how I forgot that thing. :banghead: "rlol"


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Post by longtooth » Thu Jul 24, 2008 8:15 am

Gear will include Cleaning kit, GOOD 1st aid kit (Jbird would approve of this one), extra ear Protection, extra eye protection for loaner, small tool kit.
Holsters??? The guns are in them. Couple of extra holsters.
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Post by big 54r » Mon Jul 28, 2008 8:03 am

I've been looking over the mini-clinic description's and was wondering if you guy's think some nee pad's would be necessary, I have very bad knee problem's and i'm "old" and "fat" so they may help some if I have to go to one knee. I have some cheap I use at work I could bring to "scoot" me along... :cheers2:

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