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Anyone know what this was and where to find it? I seem to remember following a link on a reloading web site. It was a video of a plate shoot which was rather informal, shots fired from seated position (I thought from lawn chairs),with handguns restricted to certain velocity/trajectory. The shooter called his target and waited for spotter to verify the target before shooting. The distance was less than 100 yards - perhaps 70 or 75 yards, maybe less. I don't remember that the shooting was against a clock, but perhaps it was. I thought the shooting was offhand, but bracing against the knee may have been permitted. Looked like a lot of fun with a somewhat relaxed format. Couldn't find it on Youtube, but maybe it wasn't there that I saw it.
Thanks, guys! I have reached the age at which I remember parts of things, but not always the complete thing. Concepts are more important than details. I know this is the event because of Lawn Steel in the title. I have a modest number of steel plates, and we have informal events from time to time. At my age, informal is best. I have passed this amusement on to my grandchildren, and they look to granddad to supply ammo, but they also are learning to reload. As it should be!
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