Cochise County LE Topgun Shootout Stage 2

Ashlee filmed it, but was also trying to control an unruly two year old, so I think even James Cameron would be impressed with the result.

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4 years 35 weeks ago, 11:34 PM

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yes sir

ready indeed.

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
4 years 35 weeks ago, 12:18 AM

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impressive Runs

excellent magazine changes.. Can you give us a post re: stages, and course of fire, and im curious if any of the ASPC-Douglas boys were there..

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4 years 35 weeks ago, 10:24 AM

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Nice job runs

congratulations on the win!

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4 years 35 weeks ago, 12:31 PM

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Greg AZ, this stage

was two rounds to a left side target, then hit a popper which activated a swinger that you had to hit twice, then a mandatory reload. The middle portion was a popper that activated a raising target (SLOW AS SHIT!!!) that needed two rounds. From there, the third part was three steel falling targets between a couple no-shoots. These falling targets were different than I've seen in that they were rebar spines with small metal disks in the upper chest and head area. People were dumping half a dozen round into these with no effect, because they had shirts that covered the hit zones and a couple inches either way had the round just going through clothes into empty air.

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