That’s where I’ll be this coming June – San Luis Obispo, California for the IRC. I’ll be shooting Classic division with my S&W 686, but here’s a taste of what the action looks like through the eyes of two time champ Julie G.
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I know I could just run a Google search, but what all is involved with running Classic Division?
Is your 686 drilled out to take moon clips, or are you required to use speed loaders?
6 shot guns, have to use speedloaders.
What is the power factor for that division using that big heavy gun? I know she’s a seasoned competitor with great skills, but it looks like a cannon shooting BBs. Very fun to watch though.
The floor for ICORE is 120, anything below that and you’re shooting for fun, not for score.
YAY!!! Thanks for sharing the vid. 🙂
Another shooter for the IRC. Love this match.
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