IPSC Qualifier 2022

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This years IPSC Qualifier was held on Saturday July 16 – 17 2022 and was sponsored by Spectra Power Sports , Davidson Financial Services and your Association Through the efforts of Bill Davidson, Jamie Chan (director), Bob Campbell, Tracy Seibert and Heino Seibert, they developed a total of 12 stages for the two days and setup a time consuming operation. And remember that 6 stages were set up for Saturday and the other 6 were setup for the Sunday event, so they worked into the evening. Each day, participants could expect to use 179 rounds.

The weather was warm and sunny, fortunately they just missed the heat wave that followed a week later. Turn out was fantastic helped out a worth while local charity.

There where 80 participants on Saturday and 76 on Sunday, which is amazing. Same as other years, some participants elected to camp at the range while other stayed elsewhere but they all had a chance for an excellent lunch hosted by Cheryl Chan and Leigha Holley. They raised in excess of $700 for the Williams Lake Special Olympics, a great organization that does not receive the recognition it deserves.

This is just a sample of some of the photos available from the various locations. Check out Spectra Power Sports Facebook and IPSC BC Facebook.

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