3-Gun Match, 3rd Saturday of each month.
Set up begins at 7 am Summer and 8am Winter Hours on Bay 2.
Everyone needs to participate in setting up and tear down, taping, scoring, resetting and/or other tasks to participate in the event.
Sign up closes after setup is completed.
Safety briefing will be done at the completion of sign up and is also mandatory to participate in the event.
The event usually lasts for 6 hours including setup & tear down. This is a fun match and new shooters are welcome. We will help guide you thru your first match.
Most shooters will use a semi-auto rifle, pistol and shotgun. Matches generally involve 2-3 courses of fire where the shooter must move through different stages and engage targets in a variety of different positions. Each stage will generally require the use of different firearms and require the shooter to transition between them.
We recommend bringing a minimum of 100 rounds for Pistol & Rifle. Shotgun: 50 birdshot 11/8 oz.#71/2 or 8’s at 1200 FPS & 10 low recoil slugs. No steel/bimetal core or steel shot, shot larger than #6 & magnum loads are aloud. Always bring an extra box of each in the event of a reshoot or we run a stage again.
Ear, eye protection and foot wear that encloses the toes are mandatory (no sandals).
Minimum equipment is: center fire pistol, holster that covers the trigger, belt, magazines, pouches for mags & shells, rifle & shotgun. Cross draw, inside the waist band and shoulder holsters are not permitted.
There are different divisions for types of firearms used, age & gender. The targets might include clay pigeons, cardboard silhouettes, steel targets of varying sizes and anything else the match organizer designates as a target. Distances of the targets might vary from 1 yard to 200 yards or anything in between.
Members: $5.00, Non-Members: $20.00. Juniors (12 to 17): Free with paid parent or guardian.
Match Scores: 3 Gun scores are via https://practiscore.com results MSC 3 Gun.
Upcoming match information & stages will be available via e-mail if you sign up for it with the match director.
Please feel free to contact Match Director Bob McClellan firstname.lastname@example.org 760-694-5984