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  • #14119

    TeknaBuzz
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    The headcam video I was talking about:

    #14158

    gpu_
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    From stage 7:

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    JulioTheSavage
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    The pics look very Zombielyptic with the effects in the pics. I like.

    #14143

    Alonso1
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    #14120

    TeknaBuzz
    Keymaster

    Awesome video! The 4th picture in gpu_’s post the little holes in the privacy fence was in my opinion the best rifle obstacle because most had to slant their rifle to get a sight picture.

    Seen the shooter’s time has been posted, Alonso is super fast beating me by over 36 minutes!

    #14144

    Alonso1
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    @teknabuzz 11463 wrote:

    Seen the shooter’s time has been posted, Alonso is super fast beating me by over 36 minutes!

    Not too shabby for an old fat guy πŸ˜‰ I’ve been running since I was 15 and I’m 45 now, and I made the course so I kinda knew all the turns and stuff. What freaks me out is my recovery time as I get older. I think I can still hang with the slower Infantry guys, but after a course like this, I need a couple of days to rest before I can do it again at that pace. The younger guys don’t have that problem, they can do that stuff day in and day out. Like I did when I was 19. Father time is a sombitch.

    #14153

    JulioTheSavage
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    @alonso1 11468 wrote:

    Not too shabby for an old fat guy πŸ˜‰ I’ve been running since I was 15 and I’m 45 now, and I made the course so I kinda knew all the turns and stuff. What freaks me out is my recovery time as I get older. I think I can still hang with the slower Infantry guys, but after a course like this, I need a couple of days to rest before I can do it again at that pace. The younger guys don’t have that problem, they can do that stuff day in and day out. Like I did when I was 19. Father time is a sombitch.

    Hey A1 if you don’t mind me asking(I know how “old” guys can be,lol) how long was the course and what was your time?

    #14121

    TeknaBuzz
    Keymaster

    @juliothesavage 11496 wrote:

    Hey A1 if you don’t mind me asking(I know how “old” guys can be,lol) how long was the course and what was your time?

    I don’t know exactly for sure how long the course was but we was told 3 1/2 miles which I imagine is a fairly close estimate. If I remember correctly I think there was people using GPS that verfied the distance on one of the videos I seen and I do believe the person was at over 2 miles before getting to station 4.

    Alonso’s time was 1:16:23 and he smoked all the other RO’s by at least 18 minutes with the next best time being 1:34:26. I got to watch Alonso shoot at station 4 and he went thru it like a bolt of lightning and if I remember correctly there was only one shooter that beat his time at that station.

    My time was 1:52:53 and I plan to be more competitive next go around! When I was reloading mags on the go I’d slow to a fast walk and reload which would take many minutes to reload a mag and looking back I think it’d would been faster to stop, sit down, and reload a mag which only takes a minute max when your not moving. What made reloading on the move more difficult is most of the course especially after leaving each station had you maneuver through wooded areas dodging tree limps and what not. I think the stop for a minute would’ve given more rest and you’d make up for more lost time by continuing back to jog. Next time I think I’ll go with a back pack loaded down with enough mags that I won’t have to worry about reloading mags.

    Alonso this was your question so please elaborate where possible 😎

    #14154

    JulioTheSavage
    Moderator

    @teknabuzz 11498 wrote:

    I don’t know exactly for sure how long the course was but we was told 3 1/2 miles which I imagine is a fairly close estimate. If I remember correctly I think there was people using GPS that verfied the distance on one of the videos I seen and I do believe the person was at over 2 miles before getting to station 4.

    Alonso’s time was 1:16:23 and he smoked all the other RO’s by at least 18 minutes with the next best time being 1:34:26. I got to watch Alonso shoot at station 4 and he went thru it like a bolt of lightning and if I remember correctly there was only one shooter that beat his time at that station.

    My time was 1:52:53 and I plan to be more competitive next go around! When I was reloading mags on the go I’d slow to a fast walk and reload which would take many minutes to reload a mag and looking back I think it’d would been faster to stop, sit down, and reload a mag which only takes a minute max when your not moving. What made reloading on the move more difficult is most of the course especially after leaving each station had you maneuver through wooded areas dodging tree limps and what not. I think the stop for a minute would’ve given more rest and you’d make up for more lost time by continuing back to jog. Next time I think I’ll go with a back pack loaded down with enough mags that I won’t have to worry about reloading mags.

    Alonso this was your question so please elaborate where possible 😎

    I Glad you answered too Joey because I was gonna ask you next,lol.

    #14155

    JulioTheSavage
    Moderator

    Hey A1 you sure you didn’t do a few dry runs through the course before and,lol.

    #14162

    voortrekker
    Member

    This RNG was tremendous fun! Thank you Battle Road USA for hosting it.

    I took some pics at station #7.

    This station had nine stages. The shooter had to hit the steel (250yds) once at each stage.

    I was one of the RO’s at this station, and one of the things I noticed was many shooters using optics were having a hard time aquiring a sight picture because some of the stages forced the shooter to cant their rifle in order to hit the target, especially where they had to shoot through the pile of tires.

    However, most shooters ultimately shot pretty good times. These types of shooting experiences will only make them a better marksman, no doubt.

    Stage 1 shooting through chain link fence
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    Stage 2 shooting off the “porch”
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    voortrekker
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    Stage 3 shooting through the window
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    #14164

    voortrekker
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    Stage 4 prone
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    voortrekker
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    Stage 5 behind the rocks
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    voortrekker
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    Stage 6 The barricade
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