Posted 16 November 2017 - 06:46 AM
To the USPSA shooter, a stage is one small event, played to a personal score.
To the theatrical operator, all the world’s a stage, and every man in his time plays many parts. And if he plays the role of operator with flourish beyond reason, well ‘tis true the brightest candle burns the quickest, but generally will generate more views than the mundane illumination of practical efficiency.
On injured reserve.
Posted 16 November 2017 - 03:03 PM
I like when people do stupid shit. It doesn't affect me and it is like a warning.
"I'm a fucktard"
Kind of like when you see people wearing TapOut or having $20,000 worth of aftermarket shit on an $8,000 vehicle that they just drive on the street.
'Preciate the heads up on that, bruh!
Posted 16 November 2017 - 11:22 PM
Not sure where he puts Match Director on his list of accomplishments but I know in his really great police/military firearms training book TAPS he addresses some stages he had designed.
I have never met him but back when I was a Tactical Timmy and was trying to get my teammates to shoot matches with me, up our training I always referred to PatMac.
So much so when one of my teammates took a class from him they got me an autographed picture as a gag!
I am an inventor and Firearms Industry Subject Matter Expert.
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