2. Try to keep at least 6' apart from one another whenever possible - this includes during the safety meeting.
We will have small posses. Small posses can shoot simultaneously at
different stages. 6 would be a good number for a posse (2 to load, TO,
and 3 spotters)
A maximum of 2 people at the loading table at a time, spaced as far
apart from each other as you can get. But if we do end up having larger
posses (like for example if only 11 or fewer people come to shoot at
the match), please don’t form a line waiting to get to the loading
table. Instead carry your long guns directly from your gun cart to an
opening at the loading table when you see there is an opening.
The three spotters will be well spread out from each other (as they are
supposed to be anyway) and not close to either the shooter or the TO.
One of the spotters will double as a brass picker but will not begin
picking brass until after the pistols and rifle have been fired - watch
the targets instead!
TO will wear a mouth and nose covering - either a period-correct outlaw
bandanna covering mouth and nose or a regular face mask. The shooter
is encouraged to wear a face covering also, as well as anyone else who
is comfortable doing so.
TO will function almost as normal but will try not to be right up
against the shooter as sometimes is the case. Keep an arm’s length
9. At the Drugstore Stage and the Cemetery Stage,
where the shotgun target reset pulls are at the end of the unloading
table, shotgun targets will be reset by the previous shooter before
clearing his/her guns so as to not have two people in very close
proximity of each other there.
Nobody will be stationed at the unloading table. But the shooter,
after unloading guns, will get the attention of the closest spotter to
look at guns at a distance. TO must be mindful of this slight delay
before starting the next shooter.
11. There will be no posse picture taken (unless everyone is spread out 6’ apart).