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Blue Bullets and Brass

Welcome back to Episode 90 of the Triangle Tactical Q&A Show! Today’s question comes in from Mark in Georgia. If you’d like to send us a voicemail, go to triangletactical.net/voicemail to find out how.

Mark has 2 questions for us: Are lost brass matches a normal thing? He shoots a GADPA match in Georgia where the Match Director keeps the brass. He also asks about loading the Blue Bullets, and what kind of special considerations need to be taken when loading coated bullets vs. plated or FMJ.

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One comment

  1. “Are lost brass matches a normal thing? He shoots a GADPA match in Georgia where the Match Director keeps the brass.”

    Lost Brass Matches are the traditional way (one of the ways, anyway !) to help a sanctioned level Match run more smoothly
    and time efficiently. Any IDPA, USPSA, and GSSF Match have shot in the last 15 years has been “Lost Brass”. And the people who Worked the Match always got to split-up the brass evenly or at least within their Stage(s) or Bay. MD Only, keeping it ?
    Not if he expects anyone to Volunteer to work at HIS next Match !

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