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  • bbo3474

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    Hello all.
    I need some help/tips/info from you local guys (and women)...

    Im planning a 3 days shooting trip to Dallas, and need help choosing courses/trainer/range...
    Main interest/prior experience are:
    PPC1500
    IPSC (Very little)

    Regards
     

    bbo3474

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    First of all: The trip is not until january or february (freq. flyer miles).

    Im been shooting pistol for 4-5 years now, and now I have the change to spend some air-miles. so why not spend them on shooting ??

    Im looking for 2 things for my trip:
    Serious training for PPC1500 and some IPSC/TDSA.
    Try out some calibers that are banned in my country (maximum is 9mm or .357).

    So basically a good shooting-range, a "hardcore" instructor and the ability to rent equip. The US customs are a bit strict about importing weapons :-)

    Regards Carsten/Denmark
     

    SIG_Fiend

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    Hi Carsten. Good to have you here! Unfortunately I don't have the answers you're seeking, however we do have a number of people that are a bit more into various marksmanship competition groups. Hopefully someone from Dallas will respond that might be able to better answer your questions.
     

    LHB1

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    Apparently PPC1500 is a mix of Bullseye and IPSC type shooting and can be fired with either revolvers or semi-automatic pistols.
     
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