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Old January 21, 2012, 02:24 AM   #3
Jeff22
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Join Date: September 15, 2004
Location: Madison, Wisconsin
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If it's really cold out, and your match is outdoors, you have to run quick stages that cycle fast.

140 rnds and 5 stages when it's bitter cold? That's crazy.

How about 5 stages and 60-90 rounds?

Extremes of heat and cold present some dangers, and fatigue from extremes of temperature (being hot & dehydrated or being cold & frosted) can create safety issues, even with experienced gun handlers.
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