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Everyone, we will be wrapping up the club order for targets and pasters this weekend. I'll have a list at the match tonight of the orders I have received so far. Individually we have added 500 metric (silhouette) targets and 100 classic targets plus 34 rolls of pasters. If any one else would like to order, please add to this post or message me over the weekend. We will be ordering Monday or Tuesday. $20.00 per increment of 25 targets and $3.50 per individual roll of pasters. Thanks, Vandy Thomsen ... See MoreSee Less

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Justin McElroyAre you taking money tonight? Is it pre pay1 day ago

Mike HackemeyerI would just pay when they come in less hassle for Vandy to keep track of,2   ·  1 day ago

Rick ByfieldLey me know when there in. Thanks23 hours ago

Justin BardwellDon't know if I'll make it tonight. Go ahead and put me down for 100 metrics and a sleeve of pasters.1   ·  23 hours ago

Mike HackemeyerShane Mizer would like 25 targets22 hours ago

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5 days ago

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Ben DeHaemersOh Bianchi target. Should have practiced you. I'll accept 5th overall steel score though behind Rick, Larry, Merle Edington, and Lane. Thanks to Ryan Strayer's advice of course. Turned out to be an enjoyable match.5 days ago

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So I am thinking that I would like to join Mill Creek. Evidentially that requires 2 letters of recommendation...are a couple of people here that would be willing to help me out with that? ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

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Mike HackemeyerI can6 days ago

Robert BarkerI believe you need one letter from a MCRC member and one from an "upstanding member of the community".3   ·  6 days ago

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Sooo Bug gun for fun stage and a classifier on one side Friday Ben DeHaemers? I'll be there early to help. I really want to run the XDs once!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Cory GallagherThat'd be fun, but i dont have 6 mags for my shield. Lol1   ·  6 days ago

J.r. GoddardI heard it's small quantities. I only have the 7 round and an 8 for the XDs6 days ago

Ben DeHaemersWell, if there is an interest, I would love to.6 days ago

J.r. GoddardI would think it would be a fun thing to go and blast the ccw. I'll be glad to help6 days ago

Ben DeHaemersAgreed. Will have to see how things play out this week and talk about it some more to more people.1   ·  6 days ago

Nikolos FordI'm in6 days ago

Justin McElroyNot to be the bad guy but isn't that more of an IDPA game4   ·  6 days ago

Ben DeHaemersYes, and I was going to bring up the same thing. The idea was something similar with what would be considered a carry gun giving an opportunity to shoot what you conceal carry. First order of discussion would be its not a bug idpa thing. The idea was, in its infant conversational form, was a side match type thing on classifier night cause we usually have more time. The match being shoot what you carry, or along that line. USPSA format, except I thought all equal power factor. Dunno. Was merely a conversation piece the other day, but seems to have some interest.1   ·  6 days ago

Justin McElroyI have no dog in the fight as I probably won't be able to make it Friday anyway, it was just my thought that if we have a USPSA club that we try to keep it as much USPSA as possible. But like I say it's just my opinion.6 days ago

J.r. GoddardJust seemed like something to do with half a bay6 days ago

Jared FoxIt's probably fine as some little side match but I would keep in mind the club is a uspsa club the matches should follow the rule book.6 days ago

J.r. GoddardI don't care if it's just a short little stage at 14 rounds or whatever and we run it with everything. Shoot it limited open whatever. But then I and whoever could still complete the full stage with the tinkers and I'll just set up scores on my phone for everyone to see without going through practiscore and all that. Whatever we want to do. If it can't work then so be it1   ·  6 days ago

Cory GallagherMaybe this is something we should bring up on friday before the match and see how many people would be interested and just not spring it on everyone.6 days ago

Justin McElroyLike JR said if you set up a normal stage and swap to your bug gun I don't see an issue But to make it a 6 round bug stage during an USPSA local I think may make some people not want to come out.6 days ago

Daniel ReedyWould be an interesting thing to try out. Something to let people know about in advance so that those who aren't interested aren't shocked when they arrive. Or just jump into single stack/production and take a "bad" match score on a regular night. Trade the game for practice.6 days ago

J.r. GoddardI say short stage it and run like normal. Then after when we usually screw around and shoot again. Those who want to can try their ccw if they want. Or I'll just run half a stage on my own. Hell there's a club I was looking at in Kentucky that do a USPSA style rifle match for shits and giggles twice a year1   ·  6 days ago

Justin BardwellBack on the topic I agree with JR. Set up a few BUG friendly short stages and let people reshoot after the match.1   ·  5 days ago

J.r. GoddardJust one. I don't need more space than necessary. I just thought on the classifier side if we use half then we could use the other half for a short stage. Nothing special for scoring or anything like that. Just a side match if we have time using minor power factor and carry gun. No need to make up our own shit just for something to do. It's not all that important anyway1   ·  5 days ago

Ben DeHaemersI have been thinking about it and I really agree with Jared Fox and Justin McElroy. With that said, it's cool to see some interest in something I too thought would be fun. So the best way I think to do it might be to actually set up a second match in the tablets on classifier night in practiscore so we can shoot the normal match unaffected. Then, because the classifiers are short and low round count, just shoot the classifier course with your desired concealed carry in whatever division it fits or we decide to do. Uspsa format all the way, you just get to select a different division than the regular match. That way you don't have to choose one or the other and if it's of no interest to you, then it doesn't affect your match experience. Run the full match, field course on one side, classifier on the other. Then second match of night follows on classifier course ( no classifier score submission of course )with CCW table start.3   ·  5 days ago

Chris HooverSounds fun, good practice with carry gun. 1) is there round limit for - bug gun- or any carry gun 2) are smaller calibers allowed like .3801   ·  5 days ago

Riich SuzukiMy thoughts... Define carry gun. Some people EDC a Glock34 in an appendix carry holster. Others put a 32 cal Keltec and are "good to go". If you are one to carry a full sized or compact gun, you are already pretty competitive at a club level match. Just put on your "vest" and shoot a match. Using it to win an abbreviated stage catering to pocket guns is not going to prove much except that your EDC probably has enough firepower. If you don't like the term "BUG" because it's IDPAish, call it a mouse gun or pocket pistol match. A 10 round stage with such a handgun will prove to be more of a challenge. RE power factor... A short barrel 9mm may not make minor power factor. .38 snubbies definitely will not make it (Std vel factory .38's in 4in barrels may be around 110 pf. It's a side match open it up to any small handgun built for center fire cal cartridge and score everyone minor.2   ·  5 days ago

Ben DeHaemersThe more I think about it, the more I think I should just bring my carry gun and shoot limited one night. If there is an interest for small gun, mouse gun, bug gun, we can do that. I don't own one, so I'm out.2   ·  5 days ago

Merle EdingtonI want to shoot my carry gun. Is it OK to bring an M4?5   ·  5 days ago

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Great Day Today, Thank to everybody that came out and helped at the JoCo Sheriff Shoot. The club sponsored the event and donated $100 for that, we ran 214 shooters @ $2 a piece, with a few extra dollars donated we raised $442.00 today. Our little club is responsible for $542 raised for Special Olympics. I think that is awesome, the Organizers were more than pleased. They were impressed with the stage and how well it was ran. We had several people from the club give up a good part of their day to help out, with out their support this could not happen. A special shout out to Justin Bardwell and the Mill Creek Practical Shooting League for loaning us their equipment, I would hate to think how much more work this would have been with out their support as well. Again thank you to everybody for helping it is a privilege to work with you. ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

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Merle EdingtonGreat event that could not have been possible without everyone giving tirelessly of their time!6   ·  7 days ago

Rick ByfieldGood job guys.3   ·  7 days ago

Ben DeHaemersProud to be a part of this club. I thought the entire day was a success from the weather, to how well our side match ran, and even how well the sheriff shoot ran. Mike did an amazing job organizing and everyone's help was great, especially Merle Edington, who ran shooters all day long. Awesome job guys.6   ·  7 days ago

Shawn ArmstrongGreat job guys!4   ·  7 days ago

Shawn VadnaisI'm telling you what this was a great event for an awesome cause. Way to go guys we ran a stellar side match and introduced a bunch of new people to our sport.5 days ago

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1 week ago

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Mike HackemeyerI have not posted them I'm having some issues with one of the stages, I did not set it up correctly so the merge is proving challenging. I may toss that stage and upload the match as is. When i get a chance I will see if i can fix it.1   ·  7 days ago

Mike HackemeyerI have been busy with the Side Match at the JoCo shoot today and I leave on a work trip in the morning so I will do my best.1   ·  7 days ago

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Those coming out to help today, if you have a pop up tent you might throw it in your car or truck we may or may not need a few extra, as well as timers and a chair for your self (like you will have time to sit...lol) ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

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J.r. GoddardETA 15 minutes1   ·  1 week ago

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Little hint, if you are shooting the Sheriff charity event tomorrow, tonight might be some good practice. I plan to build the course of fire Mike designed for the BHPSC side match tomorrow at the event. Also, if I have room, the support and strong hand portions of the sheriff paper courses. See everyone tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come learn everything you need to know to get started in Practical Shooting. We hold a Match ever Friday night, and there are matches around Kansas City every weekend. We will cover: What USPSA shooting is. What are the different shooting divisions. The rules and scoring of USPSA practical shooting. We will have a short USPSA stage for everybody to try as well as some basic. handgun instruction for those who would like to take advantage of it. This class is open to all Experiences. Bring your gun holster and magazines. We will have additional equipment if anybody needs it. Cost is $10 for range and equipment, you must be a bullet hole member to be on the range, BH membership is $20 per year.

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Come learn everything you need to know to get started in Practical Shooting. We hold a Match ever Friday night, and there are matches around Kansas City every weekend. We will cover: What USPSA shooting is. What are the different shooting divisions. The rules and scoring of USPSA practical shooting. We will have a short USPSA stage for everybody to try as well as some basic. handgun instruction for those who would like to take advantage of it. This class is open to all Experiences. Bring your gun holster and magazines. We will have additional equipment if anybody needs it. Cost is $10 for range and equipment, you must be a bullet hole member to be on the range, BH membership is $20 per year.

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Jared FoxLet me know if you need a hand I will make myself available2   ·  1 week ago

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Hi Everyone, The BHPSC is going to order targets and pasters within the next week or two. In the past we have also ordered extras for members who wanted some for personal practice. This works great to help boost the order size which helps the club and makes it convenient for individuals to get targets and pasters easily. The targets are $20.00 for 25 and the pasters are $3.50 for a roll. So, for any one who would like to order, please feel free to respond to this post or messsage me and I will add your orders to the total order. We will let you know the pick up Friday as soon as the order arrives. You can pay when you pick up. Thanks, Vandy Thomsen.

Jared Fox and Justin McElroy, I have your orders written down already.
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2 weeks ago

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David JeffersI will take 25 targets and a roll. Thanks.2 weeks ago

Gabriel Sanchez25 and a roll for me as well1   ·  2 weeks ago

Chris Hoover25 targets and a sleeve of pasters Not sure if there's 4-5 in sleeve1   ·  2 weeks ago

Terry LadageI also would like 25 targets and one roll.2 weeks ago

Rick ByfieldHow many in a box?2 weeks ago

Vandy ThomsenI think 100. Mike Hackemeyer would that be correct?2 weeks ago

Mike Hackemeyer16 sleeves 5 Rolls per sleeve, 1000 plasters per roll1   ·  2 weeks ago

Vandy ThomsenEveryone, you are welcome to order targets in any increment of 25. A full case if you like is 100. The pasters you are welcome to order individual rolls. A sealed sleeve is 5 rolls. Please feel free to order what you might like. Thanks!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Rick ByfieldI'll take a case of targets2 weeks ago

Vandy ThomsenSounds great Rick Byfield! I have you down. Thanks!2 weeks ago

Matt HopkinsClassics or metrics?2 weeks ago

Mike Hackemeyerwe are getting both2 weeks ago

Matt HopkinsI'll take a box of classics2 weeks ago

Vandy ThomsenI got you down Matt Hopkins. Thanks!2 weeks ago

Severiano MataPut me down for 25 targets and one roll1 week ago

Vandy ThomsenWill do Severiano Mata. I got you down. Thanks!1   ·  1 week ago

Andrew AldersonPut me down for 25 targets and a roll please.6 days ago

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