My stages are never the same. EVER. Sure it might be the same prop, but any match you go to has a barricade and shooting prone or off a barrel. My target layout and size and where they are placed is never duplicated. Thanks.........Unfortunately it seems people would rather wheel carts/wagons around full of pillows and gear..I just shot up at the September 8 Absolute Zero match and it was disappointing to see that so many competitors had already shot the exact same stages before. I’d love to shoot a more practical match like LROC or a RTC.
I have run some team matches. I just don't advertise it. I have 1,400+ range members who fill the roster very quickly. I'm open to do something on a bigger scale.I looked at all the posts about Regions 1 thru 4. Can't see any mention of North Carolina! Any chance the Tar Heel state will be included at some point?
Not all of us carry so much crap we need a cart. Not all of us sit in folding chairs because we're lazy. Some of us sit in chairs so we can feel our feet at the end of the day and we use a cart so we can simply play the game, and the issues we deal with are not always obvious.I've shot 2 of the Absolute Zero matches now at Frontline Defense, and while some of the stages remain the same the targetry does not. Personally I am going to carry all of my gear between stages and attempt to use what I have to serve as many purposes as possible. When I see the big carts it doesn't affect me much other than thinking "I couldn't see myself doing that". For what I look at is as, which is an opportunity for me to get out and do some shooting and training from different alternate positions, I think the matches are great but only as tactical/practical as you make them for yourself.
Pigg River is an awesome place to shoot. VPRC is another option for PRS regional series matches. They shoot at VIR in Danville, right on the NC/VA state line.Most of the matches in NC are going to be north central NC and central. Pigg river precision in rocky mount, VA might not be too far away.
Funny u referenced Greenville. I live in Greenville. Do u?Pigg River is an awesome place to shoot. VPRC is another option for PRS regional series matches. They shoot at VIR in Danville, right on the NC/VA state line.
@BGE541 I'm not sure exactly where you are, but for reference VIR is about 165 miles from Greenville, NC and only about an hour from Durham. The VPRC guys are hosting the SE Regional series finale this year, and they always plan a really fun match.
I’m the only long Range PRS regional Match in the state of NC. I’m also the Southeast Regional MD for the PRS. There might be other field matches but they aren’t PRS sanctioned events. Pigg River and VPRC are both great venues in VANewer to the area, in NW NC, any matches local? Shot some many years ago at then BW but would like a more PRS/Tac style match.
Yeah I’m 50 so I use a gun cart to carry my rifle and crap. As a former Army Ranger I’ve humped more equipment across the world. Not saying you’re talking trash. But I hate when folks who are old enough that I could be their dad talk shit about about my tricked out baby stroller. I could still out hump 1/2 of them or more if I had to. Intestinal fortitude.Not all of us carry so much crap we need a cart. Not all of us sit in folding chairs because we're lazy. Some of us sit in chairs so we can feel our feet at the end of the day and we use a cart so we can simply play the game, and the issues we deal with are not always obvious.
FIFY!!!Greenville is dead eastern NC. 1hr 20 from the beach. we are nowhere near anything in NC...
Lol, try going to the opening season ECU football game when it's at 3pm. You'll be sweating like two fags eating a hot dog. Miserable to say the least.FIFY!!!
PS.. Greenville is a lovely little town... but it is hotter than Satan's toenails on Georgia Asphalt... GEEZUS!... In May it was 115 on the ECU Softball Field during State Championships....