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Thread: 2021 Legion 9/11 Memorial Run N Gun: Sept 11-12, Spencer, TN

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    Hmm - not sure why dropbox screwed up the title slide in the video. Everything else looks fine, so all it's missing is 2 seconds of this. Strange...

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    I'd probably pay up to $200 for a Little Bird flight, though that depends on length of flight (I know gas ain't cheap). Maybe look at how much people pay at air shows to go up in some of the old WW2 prop jets? Or the cost of a civilian tourism helo ride (like in Hawaii or something).

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    I am excited to announce that the mighty Sean Murphy with will be donating twelve hours of his time to both help you get better at RNG and raise money for SFA!



    The theory here is that if you're signed up for the 5k, you come a day early and pay Sean $100 for 6 hours of "RNG tune up" training on Friday, then go out and crush your run on Saturday. Similarly, if you're signed up for the 10k, show up a day early for 6 hours of training on Saturday, then crush your 10k run on Sunday. All proceeds from the classes go to SFA. Sean also has an option to buy ammo for the class at his cost if you're having trouble finding enough in this crazy market - if you have plenty, bring your own, but if you want to buy it he can supply it.

    Be sure to register and pay for the correct class to lock in your slot ASAP - there are very limited spaces and they'll sell out quick!

    Click here to register for the 5k Training Class on Friday, September 10th: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rng-ski...s-158310179007

    Click here to register for the 10k Training Class on Saturday, September 11th: ​https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rng-ski...s-158291984587

    And for anyone who doesn't know Sean - he's a national level top ranked competitor in several different disciplines, highly skilled, and a helluva nice guy to boot. Here's just a few of his wins from last year alone:

    2020
    Mammoth Sniper Challenge - 1st Place, Toughman
    Bushnell Elite Tactical Sniper Challenge - 1st Place, LRRP
    Competition Dynamics Team Rifle/Carbine Challenge - 1st Place
    Legion 9/11 Memorial Run-n-Gun 10k - 1st Place
    17 South Sweat N’ Bullets Run-n-Gun 5k - 1st Place
    The Gun Run-Clinton House Run-n-Gun 5k - 1st Place
    Panteo DMR Match - 1st Place

    $100 is a STEAL for ONE HOUR of training time with him. For six hours this is laughable. Jump on it now before someone beats you to it!

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    We've had some questions about armor details for Operator Class, and all the great options on the market now make this more difficult than ever. The guiding principle should be: "WOULD YOU WEAR THIS TO WAR???"

    Rifle rated armor plates (front and back) must be worn at a minimum. Smaller 9x9 "CCW" plates do NOT qualify. I totally get their purpose and even think they're kind of cool, but you'd never (hopefully) wear those if you were going to a place you were likely to be shot with a rifle. You need full coverage.

    Use your body as a guide, but I'd guess 8x10 plates would be a minimum. If you're a big dude, you need bigger plates. If you're a 4'9" woman weighing less than 100 lbs, something smaller than 8x10 may work - but don't push it!

    I'm not picking on Freeman here - just using their ad as an example in the pic below. There are several CCW armor makers now. Their stuff is cool, but this is not the place for it.


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