Well, I just have to pretty much agree with all that BJT had to say about the match. Shooting the match itself with the stage setup, targets used, movement, bonuses, Building props and barricades, is to me some fun and challenging cowboy action shoooting.
All of the variables from stage to stage really get you to thinking about how you can best complete the stage. It's real easy to overrun a target if you're not careful. It's great to get down to Piru and see all the shooters who regularly make it to the W3G World Cup, along with seeing the shooters there for the first time. As always, Latin Guns food can't be beat and it's right there at the range. Lefty and Sam along with a bunch of others that helped setup and arrange everything, THANK YOU!! The match is also a great one because of the generous sponsers, Fort Courage and Kings. Of course, W3G World Cup 2011 is on my "must go to" list. Howdy Doody, we missed you there this year, but there was still some smoke in the air. Thanks, Smokin Gator