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Shiloh IDPA outdoor match Saturday (2/21)

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Domineaux:
http://www.shilohidpa.com/MatchRegister/698

Shiloh Tactical Shooters is starting up outdoor IDPA matches again on the 3rd Saturday of each month to go along with USPSA on the 3rd Sundays.
Come out and practice your defensive pistol skills from concealed carry scenarios.

Tarosean:
Ive got to take my daughter to a Bday party..  :th_thicon_cry:

Course I would probably be DQ'd for changing mags on the move anyhow...  :icon_redface:

Domineaux:

--- Quote from: Tarosean on February 16, 2015, 09:36:19 PM ---Course I would probably be DQ'd for changing mags on the move anyhow...  :icon_redface:

--- End quote ---

Nah just 3 seconds lol

TDDude:

--- Quote from: Domineaux on February 16, 2015, 05:51:44 PM ---http://www.shilohidpa.com/MatchRegister/698

Shiloh Tactical Shooters is starting up outdoor IDPA matches again on the 3rd Saturday of each month to go along with USPSA on the 3rd Sundays.
Come out and practice your defensive pistol skills from concealed carry scenarios.

--- End quote ---

We are hosting these matches at Pacleb Ranch shooting range. 

Pacleb ranch is located near Cochran, TX near Oilfield Road and School road.  The range doesn’t have an actual address that any of my devices can find but Google Earth will get you right there.

Download this Notepad doc. 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33847510/IDPA/pacleb%20in%20google%20earth.txt

Hit <Ctrl> A to select everything and copy.  Make sure to not alter the document on any way. 
Open Google Earth and right click on one of your “Places” directories and <paste> what you’ve copied.  You now have the Pacleb range in your directory. 

Click on it and you’re at the gate.  Drive towards the big piles of dirt and look for all the gun nuts.


Adam:
Or if you have your own GPS, here is a map witt the coordinates to the gate.

https://www.google.com/maps?f=q&source=embed&hl=en&geocode=&q=29.999099,-96.126976&aq=t&sll=29.817178,-95.401291&sspn=1.3547,2.406006&t=h&ie=UTF8&ll=29.999099,-96.126976&spn=0.002641,0.004699&z=14&iwloc=near

(There is no usable address to nav to, so you'd have to use the lat/long ideally)

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