IPSC Shotgun World Championship 2012 Hungary - Debrecen

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IPSC Shotgun World Championship 2012 Hungary - Debrecen

Post by Vitaly » Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:41 am

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Place:
Apafa shooting-range Debrecen, Hungary. (GPS: N 47.5614, E 21.6543)

Date:
2012.09.19 – 2012.09.30

Level: V.
Stages: 30
Minimum rounds: 450
Entry fee: 350 Euro
Main match capacity: 600
Pre match capacity: 200
Divisions: Open, Modified, Standard, Standard – manual
Categories: Overall, Lady, Junior, Senior, Super Senior
Match Director: Géza PUSKÁS
MD Assistant: Károly KRIZSÁN

General mail: sgws2012@ipsc.hu
The best shotgun competition of the year. Discuss it here.
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Re: IPSC Shotgun World Championship 2012 Hungary - Debrecen

Post by gypsydan41 » Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:53 pm

Wow!! I guess I have some catching up to do on the competition's. It sounds great and alot of fun as well. Shooting 450 rds. per day is great! I love going to the trap range and just smoking about 2,800 shells. What a time. I can never wearout doing this stuff. So I will be looking into the IPSC and will have many questions for you in the future, I can't really go far right now,cause I have to take care of my buddy, so competing or even going to one will be a slow process. However I am interested :D

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Re: IPSC Shotgun World Championship 2012 Hungary - Debrecen

Post by Vitaly » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:05 am

gypsydan41 wrote:Wow!! I guess I have some catching up to do on the competition's. It sounds great and alot of fun as well. Shooting 450 rds. per day is great! I love going to the trap range and just smoking about 2,800 shells. What a time. I can never wearout doing this stuff. So I will be looking into the IPSC and will have many questions for you in the future, I can't really go far right now,cause I have to take care of my buddy, so competing or even going to one will be a slow process. However I am interested :D
Competitions are very interesting! Stages are always new and organizers really want to surprise shooters and design interesting stages with doors, windows, targets on different distances etc.
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