Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 7: Visiting Your Sister

by Editor 14. March 2013 19:29
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SCENARIO: You arrive at your sister’s house. When you enter the garage you are surprised by a gang of criminals with brave dogs. You have no other choice to defend your sister and family.

PROCEDURE: Start with your firearm loaded to division capacity and holstered, and your hands relaxed at your sides.

At signal engage T1-T2 with two shoots each. Then, turn engage T3 and move to P2. At P2 engage T4-T5 and move to P3 to engage S1-S2, T6- S3 y T7. S1-S3 must be engage until it falls.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 17
TARGETS: 7 IDPA, 2 Non-Threat, 4 Steel
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 6: Standard Exercise

by Editor 14. March 2013 19:17
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SCENARIO: As the name implies, this is a Standard Exercise.

PROCEDURE: Start with hands relax by your side and your firearm loaded with five rounds and holstered.

At signal engage with one shot T1 – T5. Reload and engage with two rounds T5 – T1.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 15
TARGETS: 5 IDPA
SCORED HITS: Best Three Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Not Required

STAGE DESIGNER: East Coast Championship 2012 / Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 5: Ready

by Editor 14. March 2013 19:01
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SCENARIO: You have just returned home from an IDPA practice when you hear your kids screaming as a gang breaks into your house.

PROCEDURE: Start seated at table, hands on Xs. Unloaded gun with all magazines in the range bag.

At signal retrieve your gun and magazines from the range bag. Load your gun and go to P1. At P1 engage T1-T2 with two shots, PP1 until it falls and move to P2. At P2 engage T3-T4 with two shoots, PP2–PP3 until it falls and move to P3. At P3 engage T5 - T6 with two shoots. Tactical priority and cover must be used for all shots.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 15
TARGETS: 9 IDPA, 2 Non-Threat, 3 Steel
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: IDPAstagedesigner.com / Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 5: Ready

by Editor 14. March 2013 18:45
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SCENARIO: You have just returned home from an IDPA practice when you hear your kids screaming as a gang breaks into your house.

PROCEDURE: Start seated at table, hands on Xs. Unloaded gun with all magazines in the range bag.

At signal retrieve your gun and magazines from the range bag. Load your gun and go to P1. At P1 engage T1-T2 with two shots, PP1 until it falls and move to P2. At P2 engage T3-T4 with two shoots, PP2–PP3 until it falls and move to P3. At P3 engage T5 - T6 with two shoots. Tactical priority and cover must be used for all shots.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 15
TARGETS: 9 IDPA, 2 Non-Threat, 3 Steel
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: IDPAstagedesigner.com / Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 4: Chinchoreando

by Editor 14. March 2013 18:30
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SCENARIO: While Chinchoreando in the Piñones area, six robbers show up with bullets proof vest.

PROCEDURE: Start loaded to division capacity, gun holstered with hands relaxed by your side,

At signal engage all targets in tactical priority with 2 rounds each in the head. The black part of the target is considered hard cover.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 12
TARGETS: 6 IDPA, 1 Non-Threat
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: Jose Ortiz / Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 3: In Your Ranch

by Editor 14. March 2013 18:20
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SCENARIO: Vacationing in your ranch nine bad guys surprise you and your family. You have no other choice to but to defend your family as you have practiced in your IDPA matches.

PROCEDURE: Start at P1 with hands relax by your side, firearm loaded to division capacity and holstered.

At signal engage all targets (T1-T9) while moving from P1 to P5 with 2 rounds each using cover.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 18
TARGETS: 9 IDPA, 3 Non-Threat, 1 Steel
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: Alberto De Leon / Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 2: Flat Tire

by Editor 14. March 2013 18:11
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SCENARIO: Flat tire in a dangerous neighborhood. Eight gunmen try to steal you car.

PROCEDURE: Start facing up range at P1 with tire iron in strong hand and one knee on ground, firearm loaded to division capacity and holstered.

At signal stand up, turn, draw and engage T1-T2 in tactical priority while retreating to cover P2. At P2 engage T3-T4 then move to P3 and engage T5-T8 using cover. All targets (T1-T8) must be engage with 2 shots each. No shots allowed over the top of the car.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 16
TARGETS: 8 IDPA, 1 Steel
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: IDPAstagedesigner.com / Max Rivera

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Puerto Rico Nationals Stage 1: ATM Attack

by Editor 14. March 2013 14:05
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SCENARIO: Leaving Pipo’s Bar you withdraw money from the ATM machine. When you are surprised by several armed criminals. They demand your cash.

PROCEDURE: Start at P1 facing up range, hands on the ATM machine with cash in your weak hand.

At signal put the money in your pocket, turn and engage T1-T3 in tactical sequence (1-1-2-1-1) while retreating. Engage the remaining targets with 2 shots as they become visible while retreating to P6.

SCORING: Vickers
ROUND COUNT:
 18
TARGETS: 9 IDPA
SCORED HITS: Best Two Shots On Target
CONCEALMENT: Required

STAGE DESIGNER: IDPAstagedesigner.com / Max Rivera

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S&W Indoor Nationals: The ShootingUSA Podcasts

by Editor 25. February 2013 11:39
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ShootingUSA's John Scoutten not only shot the 2013 Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor Nationals, but he, along with Jim Scoutten and Mike Irvine, filmed much of the match for an upcoming episode of ShootingUSA on the Outdoor Channel. When John wasn't shooting or filming, he was interviewing shooters for three episodes of the popular ShootingUSA Podcast.

Podcast #1: Jim and John Scoutten talk with adaptive athlete Trevor Baucom and Chris Reese about the first day of the 2013 IDPA Indoor Nationals and a tour of the Smith and Wesson factory. LISTEN NOW

Podcast #2: John welcomes Joyce Wilson to talk all things IDPA including the Tiger Teams, Social Media, and the unique aspects of this years Indoor National. LISTEN NOW

Podcast #3: John has the top shooters just as the final shots are fired at the 2013 S&W IDPA Indoor nationals, Ravin Perry and Rob Tate, Bob Vogel, Jerry Miculek, and CWO Chad Barber of the US Coast Guard sum up one of the most technical and challenging indoor nationals on record. LISTEN NOW

By-the-way, if you haven't already, you can follow ShootingUSA on Facebook at facebook.com/JimScoutten.ShootingUSA and ShootingUSATV on YouTube.

Thanks to John Scoutten, Jim Scoutten, Mike Irvine and all the guys from the ShootingUSA crew for spending the weekend with us and IDPA's top guns at the Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor Nationals.

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S&W Indoor Nationals: Results After Day 3

by Editor 23. February 2013 08:06
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Going into the final day of competition at the Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor National Championship here's a look at the current standing (unofficial) for the top five overall in each division. The unofficial scores for all competitors can be reviewed online.

CDP Division
203.11 (65) - Chris Chamberlin (MA)
213.91 (54) - Ryan Spencer (EX)
241.85 (63) - Biehl Robert (EX)
251.69 (94) - John Mercurio (MA)
254.97 (73) - Ken Lambert (EX)

ESP Division
204.94 (63) - Eric Phinney (Ex)
205.52 (31) - Juan Carlos Gonzalez Valdez (MA)
210.45 (32) - Steven Gilcreast (MA)
211.39 (74) - Robert Lacroix (EX)
211.87 (73) - David Girardin (MA)

SSP Division
203.97 (76) - Luis Ricardo Zanotti (MA)
218.36 (66) - Andrew Marocchini (MA)
228.48 (61) - Nick Bedio (Ex)
235.41 (59) - Scott Folk (MA)
241.98 (67) - Steve Sherman (MA)

ESR Division
291.79 (65) - Brian Gonsalves (EX)
335.24 (129) - Warren Baker (MA)
341.61 (127) - T.J. Milam (SS)
345.68 (137) - Sean Cheney (SS)
348.89 (109) - William Richards (EX)

SSR Division
259.09 (40) - Kirk Crego (DM)
284.31 (99) - Gene Gelberger (MA)
299.02 (87) - Kenneth Ortbach (EX)
318.07 (104) - Emilio Franco Jr. (SS)
335.76 (84) - Chris DeForge (SS)

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