Hi all, I thought starting a new thread might bring more attention. It seems like the Wake Action Pistol League is indefinitely suspended and Scotty is out. This is/was a great match in my opinion. Are there any folks out here that can help? Seems like they are looking for NRA certified RSOs and a "playbook" of stages. Please see the email i received below. "Hello Everyone, ï¿½I am writing this E-Mail to answer the many concerns about why the Action Pistol Matches held at the Wake County Firearms & Education Center have been temporally cancelled. ï¿½To introduce myself: My name is Fritz Rice and I am one of the three Managers of ï¿½Range Safety Managementï¿½ which is responsible for the public operation of the Wake County Range. ï¿½Our/your range is owned by Wake County, a government owned facility, and was built to provide a safe place to enjoy shooting. Leagues were organized so people could compete in regard to their shooting interest. We have had Junior Rifle League for the beginning shooter, Ladies Handgun League, Bullseye Pistol League, Bench Rest Rifle League, Air Pistol League, Action Rifle League and Action Pistol League.ï¿½ Each league must have a certified NRA Range League Manager who must be on the range at all times and is responsible to insure all safety rules are followed.ï¿½ When using multiple ranges, beside the League Manager, a NRA Certified Range Officer must be available for each range. Over the last 18 months or so, we, (RSM) and the WCSO Representative have been tightening up our documentation of those individuals using the range during ï¿½other than Public Hoursï¿½. This includes those that utilize the range for training and qualifications that fall under the management of RSM. This includes the individuals presenting their Certifications and Qualifications for Instructors, RSOs etc. ï¿½This also includes Leagues that RSM is responsible for. All League Managers are Contractors for RSM and their certifications are on file. Meanwhile, several safety concerns were receive from fellow shooters, along with some videos that prompted some questions about target placement, up-range movement and who are the ROs that are running the stages and what are their qualifications? ï¿½All other Leagues utilize other RSM Contractors to help out when multiple ranges are used. Action Pistol has been the exception until these questions arose. ï¿½Eric Shuford, who is the Liaison to the WCSO, looked into the alleged problems and asked Scott to provide him, prior to each match, a range setup. (this had been asked for previously and was not provided) Scott provided the requested data for a while.ï¿½ Being responsible for all of the Leagues, I ï¿½spoke with Scott, and he told me he had at least 50 setups. I asked him to provide me a copy of each set up, number each, to develop a play book, so when setting up each range he could refer to the play book advising a number for each setup. Ex: range 1 setup 33, range 2 set up 25, etc. That way I could view each and advise if I saw any safety issues. The first April match was cancelled due to a scheduling error and the second April Match was cancelled due to Scottï¿½s ï¿½failure to provide requested information for range setup and a list of all NRA Certified Range Officers that he intended to use. Scott agreed to provide me with the required documents so the June Matches could be held. Scott failed again to provide the requested information, instead he sent out an E-Mail to each of you and other members of the Action Pistol fraternity asking you to flood Eric Shufordï¿½s mail with questions, on why the league was being cancelled. Due to the above, Scottï¿½s position of League Manager has been terminated. Now the league function has taken a step backwards, we donï¿½t have a league Manager nor do we have a list of the NRA Certified Range Officers or a play book for range setup. I would like to remind you that one warranted complaint regarding range safety could be the end to all our shooting. Therefore we must insure that we have in place all safety regulations and that they are properly monitored. The main question is, ï¿½when can we resume the Action Pistol League?ï¿½ï¿½ï¿½ First off we need a person who has the interest and ambitions to be the Action Pistol League Director, who can prepare & organize the match functions and prepare a play book so management can pre-approve each match. Also, compile a list of all Range Officers and their Certifications. When our requests have been met and approved the matches may continue. ï¿½I would like to talk to anyone who would like to be the Manager for the Action Pistol League. My E-Mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org."