Living along Colorado's Front Range has some very sweet perks - beautiful country, easy access to all manners of convenient living, decent jobs, and a thriving shooting community.
Outside of the Realtree camo and occasional RMGO stickers (and not counting the rolling billboard for Gunsmoke) you'd be hard pressed to tell we are home to several USPSA Grand Masters, a large number of Masters, and a very competitive group of shooters.
At a recent match I spoke with a Production Master who lamented the fact that they rarely draw more than 25 people to a monthly match in his part of the state while you will regularly find 50-60 each week at any number of the host clubs in the Eastern Colorado section.
And that got me thinking... I would love to know just how busy the other sections and clubs are just how well Area 2 and Eastern Colorado sit on a national scale. On a good day I usually place in the top 1/2 to 1/3 in Production, I would love to someday see how well I would perform on a national scale.
Maybe one day I'll shoot well enough to make Nationals and find out...
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