ISSMC 2007

Pre event discussion and post event analysis of events to help competitors, stage designers and event coordinators better their craft.
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ISSMC 2007

Post by todd » Tue May 22, 2007 10:23 pm

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I am looking forward to my first visit to ISSMC this year. Who else is going?

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We'll be there

Post by bob » Wed May 23, 2007 6:17 am

Sarah and I will be there, fortunately she does not have to have surgery now, so she'll be the social butterfly. She should be back in form by Fall KCR, hope to get some practice in at Red Brush over the summer.

Sounds like a good time, bring lots of ammo, you can't have too much
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Post by L34A1 » Fri May 25, 2007 8:08 pm

Me :D
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Post by Garrett » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:28 am

I usually shoot both days, but I'll only be able to make it on Sunday this time around. :x

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Post by todd » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:07 pm

What classes are you shooting Garrett?

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Post by Garrett » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:19 pm

todd wrote:What classes are you shooting Garrett?
I'll be bringing the slow-fire M11 for Open, and the Uzi in Modern. I'd hoped to shoot the Reising in Classic, but as noted I won't be able to be there on Saturday so I'm limited to two runs.

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Post by todd » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:39 pm

nice.. how is the Uzi treating you?I'll be running Mini Uzi in open for a challenge, Sterling for modern and a sten for classic which will be an interesting endevor

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Post by Garrett » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:57 pm

The Uzi has been good so far - for the little that I've had a chance to use it. This will be the first match that I will have had the chance to shoot it in. I thought I was going to make it to the Creek this spring, but it didn't happen.

I have a topcover with a rail, and I was toying with the idea of mounting a red-dot and shooting it in Open, but the M11 is hard to beat. That, and until now the only gun I had for Modern was the MAC10. It does okay, but has its limitations. I'm hoping to do a bit better with the Uzi.

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Post by todd » Sat Jun 02, 2007 11:34 pm

I'll be interested to see how you like the uzi compared to the slow fire m11 in competition. The Uzi seems like a much better choice than a stock M10 for modern class given the amount of rounds you are sending down range and the fewer mag changes and weight as a result of using it.

I hope the weather is with us next weekend but even if it isn't im prepared to shoot in a downpour =)

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After Action Report

Post by bob » Sun Jun 10, 2007 2:21 pm

A very good time,

Weather could not have been better, courses of fire were safe, well designed and fun to shoot, put 270 rounds down range on the first stage, excellent!

Was good to see Todd, sorry I missed you before we left, definately had my eyes opened to some new courses of fire to try.

Dave, Cain, Tim and company, don't know if you look at this board, but as I said on subguns, all the hard work and effort shows, Congratulations on a job well done.
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Post by todd » Mon Jun 11, 2007 1:09 pm

ISSMC was an awesome experience. I had a great time and look forward to next year. There HAS to be something in the water up there... NOBODY is that friendly...

Bob I wish we had more time to hang out somehow I lost you and never found you again. We stayed until the trophies were given out and then hit the road.

Garrett... you are a bad ass.. thank you for the Uzi magazine loan I owe ya one... It was awesome to meet you finally and put the face and grin to the name. I look forward to shooting with you in the future.

Paul Winters... Congratulations on the win with the Thompson! You need to get an Uzi and drop that M16 for open heheh :lol: Thank you again for the use of the cooler...

I'll get the videos up online when I get back to FL... has anyone seen the results published yet? I am anxious to see how I would have done in open had I not racked up 30 second of mag penalties.

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Post by L34A1 » Mon Jun 11, 2007 5:42 pm

We had a great time :D Here are the results from Dave B.
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Post by todd » Mon Jun 11, 2007 9:21 pm

2007 ISSMC Final Results

Thompson Class Runs

Shooter's Last Name: First Name: Firearm: Caliber: Run Time:
1 Winters Paul Thompson .45 90.20
2 Montgomery Andy Thompson .45 114.36
3 James Tom Thompson .45 138.84
4 Schunk Jim Thompson .45 140.91
5 Paulson Richard Thompson .45 142.22
6 Sneed Randy Thompson .45 151.00
7 Montgomery Ron Thompson .45 152.64
8 Frick Joe Thompson .45 154.67
9 Tapar Paul Thompson .45 173.85
10 Sterrett Tim Thompson .45 175.03
11 Keim Boyd Thompson .45 175.33
12 Callahan Mike Thompson .45 178.79
13 Carrere Joe Thompson .45 183.77
14 Ottoni Leo Thompson .45 204.75
15 Patton Robert Thompson .45 214.26
16 Callahan Scott Thompson .45 231.27
17 DeVeny Brendan Thompson .45 234.87
18 Mendenhall Capt. Monty Thompson .45 251.96
19 Montgomery Dustin Thompson .45 292.57
20 Deveny Dain Thompson .45 304.25
21 Jordan Denny Thompson .45 329.19
21 Roberts CJ Thompson .45 DNF
22 Weaver Jim Thompson .45 DNF


Classic Class Runs

Shooter's Last Name: First Name: Firearm: Caliber: Run Time:
1 Mangum Wyatt Beretta 38a 9mm 100.46
2 Paulson Richard Beretta 38a 9mm 104.48
3 Carrere Joe Port Said 9mm 120.19
4 Kummer Mike MP-40 9mm 121.72
5 Mendenhall Capt. Monty Beretta 38a 9mm 122.81
6 P Chuck Swedish K 9mm 124.58
7 Blaschik Andy Sten 9mm 130.08
8 Louis Todd Sten 9mm 132.09
9 Sharp Jeff MP-40 9mm 144.81
10 Kummer Thomas MP-40 9mm 149.47
11 Winters Paul Swedish K 9mm 149.62
12 Bane David MP30 9mm 150.88
13 Grocox Cain Sten MK 11 9mm 153.52
14 Ottoni Leo Swedish K 9mm 154.50
15 Bingham John Swedish K 9mm 167.72
16 Bennett Kathryn M3 Grease .45 176.87
17 Varner Ed MP-40 9mm 177.55
18 Weaver Jim Beretta 38a 9mm 195.38
19 Bennett Suzanne M3 Grease .45 199.16
20 Bennett Glenn M3 Grease .45 200.47
21 Severson Jerry PPSH-41 9mm 212.76
22 Keim Boyd Grease Gun 9mm 230.54
23 Callahan Matt Reising .45 243.58
24 Jackson Garrett Reising .45 248.13
25 James Tom Reising .45 273.18
26 McCullough Jeff Sten Mk. V 9mm 344.92
27 McCullough Nick Sten Mk. V 9mm 764.28
28 Bennett Suzanne Beretta 38a 9mm *DNS* 164.8
29 Bennett Kathryn Beretta 38a 9mm *DNS* 175.46
30 Bennett Glenn Beretta 38a 9mm *DNS* 200.26
31 Sharp Jeff MP-40 9mm DNF
32 Tapar Paul Port Said 9mm DNF


Modern Class Runs

Shooter's Last Name: First Name: Firearm: Caliber: Run Time:
1 P Chuck Sterling 9mm 84.41
2 Blaschik Andy L34A1 9mm 94.61
3 Montgomery Andy Sterling 9mm 104.03
4 Roberts CJ Sterling 9mm 118.63
5 Montgomery Ron Uzi 9mm 118.98
6 Bausch Eddie Uzi 9mm 124.09
7 James Tom Sterling 9mm 125.79
8 Seiler Randy Uzi 9mm 127.57
9 Paulson Richard Sterling 9mm 128.48
10 Jackson Garrett Uzi 9mm 137.07
11 Herber Mark MP-5 9mm 137.61
12 Penley Brian Uzi 9mm 138.97
13 Darnell Bob MP5 9mm 139.86
14 Louis Todd Sterling 9mm 141.38
15 Hall Jeff MP5 9mm 143.05
16 Wheeler Eric M-11 9mm 144.89
17 Callahan Sean MP-5 9mm 149.37
18 Montgomery Alex MP5 9mm 150.00
19 Severson Jerry Sterling 9mm 154.53
20 Winters Paul M16 9mm 155.24
21 Keim Boyd Sterling 9mm 172.62
22 Sneed Randy Uzi 9mm 172.78
23 Sharp Jeff Sterling 9mm 173.58
24 Tapar Paul Max-11 9mm 173.66
25 Hall Jeff Uzi 9mm 174.75
26 McLaren Chris M16 9mm 181.09
27 Blue Chad Uzi 9mm 185.52
28 Middlestetter Matt MP-5 9mm 186.00
29 Reinboldt Jason Uzi 9mm 197.01
30 Wells Evans HK 94 9mm 205.08
31 Kummer Mike M-16 9mm 205.28
32 Patty Al Uzi 9mm 207.41
33 Dobbins Hugh MP5 9mm 209.52
34 Mangum Wyatt Uzi 9mm 216.09
35 Bonkowski Robert MP5 9mm 217.76
36 Rood Terry Uzi 9mm 226.93
37 Penley Chris Uzi 9mm 236.96
38 Carrere Joe M16 9mm 247.05
39 Deveny Dain Uzi 9mm 252.58
40 Bonkowski Todd MP5 9mm 266.62
41 Callahan Scott M16 9mm 274.35
42 Mendenhall Capt. Monty Lage M11 9mm 277.65
43 McCullough Jeff MP-5 9mm 322.93
44 Mitchell Stan Uzi 9mm 351.16
45 Seiler Randy Uzi 9mm *DNS* 130.65
46 Roberts CJ Sterling 9mm *DNS* 158.35
47 Mitchell Stan MP-5 9mm *DNS* 182.09
48 Dobbins Hugh Uzi 9mm *DNS* 184.98
49 Callahan Scott Colt 9mm *DNS* 202.26
50 Patty Al Uzi 9mm *DNS* 244.27
51 DeVeny Brendan Uzi 9mm DNF
52 Severson Jerry MP5 9mm DNF
53 Kimball John M-16 9mm DNF


Open Class Runs

Shooter's Last Name: First Name: Firearm: Caliber: Run Time:
1 Blaschik Andy L34A1 9mm 81.63
2 Montgomery Andy Mac-10 .45 90.44
3 Mangum Wyatt M11 9mm 91.50
4 Mendenhall Capt. Monty M11 9mm 93.43
5 P Chuck MP5SD 9mm 97.01
6 Paulson Richard M11 w/scope 9mm 98.93
7 Hall Jeff MP5 9mm 100.34
8 Jackson Garrett M11 9mm 110.05
9 Carrere Joe Port Said 9mm 111.09
10 Herber Mark M11 9mm 115.82
11 Louis Todd Mini-Uzi 9mm 116.07
12 James Tom Sterling 9mm 119.48
13 Wheeler Eric M-11 9mm 122.69
14 Fickle Cameron Uzi 9mm 132.04
15 Bingham John MP-5 9mm 137.16
16 Penley Brian M11 9mm 139.63
17 Tapar Paul Max-11 9mm 147.69
18 Weaver Jim M11 9mm 156.97
19 Reinboldt Jason Uzi 9mm 157.10
20 Varner Ed MP5 9mm 163.70
21 Bonkowski Robert MP5 9mm 166.21
22 Callahan Sean MP5 9mm 186.17
23 Winters Paul M16 9mm 196.31
24 Bausch Eddie M16 9mm 201.23
25 Wing Hal M-11 SF 9mm 208.97
26 Jordan Deb Uzi 9mm 210.26
27 Montgomery Ron Uzi 9mm 212.18
28 Callahan Mike Thompson .45 222.44
29 Pandiscia Brian M11 9mm 224.85
30 Patton Robert Thompson .45 227.22
31 Callahan Scott M16 9mm 241.75
32 Callahan Matt Reising .45 250.63
33 Penley Chris M16 9mm 253.72
34 Rood Terry Uzi 9mm 281.15
35 Wells David M11 9mm 302.67
36 Sponseller Wes M11 9mm 318.78
37 Bonkowski Todd MP5 9mm 345.06
38 Wing Hal M11SF 9mm *DNS* 93.46
39 Herber Mark MP-5 9mm *DNS* 93.92
40 Callahan Sean MP-5 9mm *DNS* 161.36
41 Callahan Sean Mac-11 9mm *DNS* 200.35
42 Callahan Mike Thompson .45 *DNS* 239.38
43 Blue Chad Max-11 Slow 9mm DNF
44 Fickle Cameron Mac-10 .45 DNF
45 Patty Al Mac-10 .45 DNF
46 Smith Waylon M16 9mm DNF

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Post by mp40gunner » Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:29 am

We're glad you all had a good time. We have some ideas for the 7th ISSMC brewing allready. It's hard to believe that the first match had 38 shooters and we ran everything in one day.

It's always good for me to see so much improvement in the shooters that come back every year and the competition just seems to get closer all the time.

Todd, I found out what happened to the Tommy. When I got home, the rear site was quite loose and the top of the bolt had rivet scuff marks from the top site plate rivets. Needless to say the old girl got a great bath and a complete rerivet last night before going back in the safe. At least that is what I think caused the malfunction.

If you're still interested in that subsonic load, I will get you the information in the next few days, then you and Andy can try it out for yourselves.

It was amazing to me how many ammunition related malfunctions we had this year and all of them were with factory ammunition. Guess it just goes to show that quality control isn't what it used to be.

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Post by todd » Tue Jun 12, 2007 10:17 am

Yo Cain! Welcome to bullet hose, I'm glad you made it. It's nice to know you figured out what stopped your Thompson. You had a good run going right until it stopped going bang :(

I hope we get a chance to toss around ideas for ISSMC 2007 because Andy and I kept discussing how beautiful that space is you all have there and what awesome possibilities the layout there offers for stage design.

I'd love to get the info on your reloads for sure and I am positive you'd find happiness in amphibians subsonic 9mm load which to date is the cats ass and the hardest hitting and quietest load I have come across . If you want you can post your load info into the competitors corner.

I hope for next year you guys do more of the same full auto stuff but mix it up a bit with some breaks in between. Dave's stage was a bit much and it would have thrown some of our female shooters which were going to come but were not able to for a loop.

I am anxious to get back to IN in 2008 and if all works out I might bring my better half with me to compete and some friends and family from MI to spectate.

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