Every month Cherokee Gun Club in Gainesville near Atlanta Georgia hosts a USPSA IPSC practical shooting match for handguns pistols revolvers (action pistol, combat shooting) on the outdoor shooting range.
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IPSC at Cherokee

Pictures say a thousand words, so here are a few thousand word-equivalents...

( are video clips)

Georgia State Championship

Classes

  • September 3, 2005. Cherokee IPSC and GPSL co-sponsor the third "Introduction to IPSC Shooting" class put on by IPSC Grand Master Erik Lund.
    • The Graduating Class of September '05: A
  • April 2, 2005. Cherokee IPSC and GPSL co-sponsor the second "Fundamentals of IPSC Shooting" class put on by IPSC Grand Master Erik Lund, with a guided mini-match of 4 stages the next day. Jim Scoutten of the Outdoor Life Network and Shooting USA came and videotaped the class and match.
    • Class Pictures: A | B | C
    • The Graduating Class of April '05: A
    • Jim Scoutten and videographer Greg Simmons are welcomed by CGC member, class organizer and GPSL Treasurer Bob Elmore: A

Monthly Matches

  • March 12, 2005. Dan McGeorge tries out his home-built, head-mounted video camera to record Dan's Eye view of some field courses:  Stage 3 | 4 | 5
  • January 8, 2005. In the depths of Winter, Tee-shirt weather in Atlanta attracts 62 shooters for a mix of speed-shoot and field courses: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H
  • October 9, 2004. Beginning of the Fall season, a cool day brings out the shooters for the usual fun and competition...
    • Shooters assemble, shoot breeze and register before the match begins: A | B | C |
    • Roger holds forth at the shooters briefing: A
    • Fun for all the family - mom, dad and the boy: A | B
    • Bay 3 has a stage set up with the Classic targets in a "shoot them if you find them" arrangement: A | B | C
    • Bay 5 has a permanent set-up for the cowboy town. This month we use it for a challenging field course with 2 swingers activated by a pressure plate, and a steel plate hidden behind the black steel hard-cover, as well as steel and paper which comes into view behind the facade and then disappears as you move down the shooting box: A | B | C
  • April 10, 2004. On a fine day with a field of 77 shooters, you never know who will turn up for the monthly Cherokee match ... Grand Masters, new shooters, kids and dads, World Champions ...

 

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