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Join the Forums (Brian Enos, and AR15.com) there is a lot of information that is distributed through these two sites, and the ones that I watch not so much. Bring a folding chair. I was too worried about having too … Continue reading
Equipment In General terms most of my equipment worked well. There are only a few things that I would change outright just to make improvements. If I didn’t make the change, it would not have impacted me on this match. … Continue reading
One of the big things about Rockcastle is that they have a fair number of side matches, and a number of “pro” clinics that take place during the rest of the shooting. If you have some time between stages, you … Continue reading
Ah, the results. My results are not pretty. My goal was to finish in the top half of the amateur side of the event. Little did I know the number of ringers that would be in the lineup. When things … Continue reading
Rock Castle 2012 Day 2 Day 2 was much improved over day 1. We had four stages to squeeze in and were shooting the first and last relays of the day. The 0800 start for the first stage was a … Continue reading
Rock Castle 2012 Day 1 Day 1 started off on a less than perfect note. With a 7:30 shooters meeting, and the fact that I was super excited about the whole event I didn’t sleep past 4 am, and my … Continue reading
Park City, KY is home to the Rock Castle Shooting Center. Approximately 2000 acres that is dedicated to the shooting sports. In addition, the facility has a rustic lodge, a winery, and a small golf course all on site. For … Continue reading
Since my last post, I decided to add this background post to the series. I hope you all enjoy reading about my experience with Rock Castle 2012. Some of this may be repetitive from previous tweets and posts but, I … Continue reading
WOW! What a fantastic match. I will run out of words to describe this one before I am done. I have decided to break this one up a lot in order to keep the posts more reasonable in length. You … Continue reading