Tri-City Gun Club

 3 GUN MATCH INFORMATION

Beginners

$10.00. $5.00 if you arrive at least an hour early and help set up and tear down.

Description.  Shooting discipline which consists of rifle, shotgun, and pistol. In a typical course of fire, the shooter will transition with two or three of the firearms.

Link to rules. I'm currently working on a simple set of rules.

Approximately how much ammo will be needed. Typically, 100 rounds each for pistol and rifle. 50 shotshells. 10 slugs. Pistol rounds cannot be armor piercing type. 12 and 20 gauge only. #6 and smaller lead shot only. 3" maximum chamber.

Typical firearms used. 9mm semi-auto and larger. Enough magazines for about 36 rounds per course.  (1-3 Courses) 5.56/.223 is the most popular rifle caliber, as are pistol caliber carbines. (PCC.) In 3 Gun, a PCC is treated as a rifle and will fire onto paper only, unless a special PCC match has been set up.

What else? Magazine holsters are very beneficial starting out, as is a pistol holster which conceals the trigger. Empty chamber indicators for the rifles and shotguns.


Join us on the Long Range! Pay at the Stat house.

Third Sunday of the month!  See Calendar for specific times. Do not have to be a member.  Guests please bring a signed waiver for 2018.

Winter Hours Set-up 8:00, Shooting at 9:00 a.m.
Summer Hours Set-up 7:00 a.m., Shooting at 8:00 a.m.
Cost $10.00, discount $5.00 if you help set-up!

Rules guided by U.S. Practical Pistol Shooting Association https://uspsa.org

Scores and Match sign-up at https://practiscore.com/  look up TCGC-OK…

Check the calendar for updated event details the Friday before the event.  Estimate 100-150 rounds for main match.

Get on the email list!  

Eric Bauman and Joe Holmes


  • 04/18/2018 10:05 AM | Anonymous

    https://practiscore.com/results/new/54773

    Had a good turnout of eleven shooters this morning, with Jesse Tingler in 1st, Tanner Williams 2nd, and Tanner Anderson 3rd.

    Had lots of help setting up and tearing down and we put the new blue barrels to good use.

    Some of us were able to have lunch at the Chili Cook-off at the pavilion to raise money for the Shotgun 5 Stands, which was quite a success in itself.

    Sometime fairly soon in May on a weeknight we'll have a get together in the Goldsby/Norman area for food and drinks and discuss upcoming projects for Practical Pistol and 3 Gun.

    We'll shoot an e-mail out to everyone once we decide which night.

    Thank you, and we'll see you all at Practical Pistol and Women On Target the first weekend of next month!

    Eric Bauman

  • 03/22/2018 11:12 AM | Anonymous

    https://practiscore.com/results/new/53052

    The above link takes you to the 3 Gun Match results.


    https://tcgc.us/3-Gun-Match

    Above link takes you to 3 Gun discussion.


    March's 3 Gun Match was once again blessed with mild weather, with nine contestants participating.

    Tanner Williams finished 1st, Austin Kitch finished 2nd, Eric Bauman 3rd.

    Jesse Tingler was unable to attend, so someone else got a turn at finishing 1st.

    We thought we'd go a bit heavy on shotgun this time, so we set Bay 1 up with a total of 20 steel for shotgun so that everyone was required to perform at least one reload.

    Tanner Williams snagged us a great deal on 15 of the 55 gallon blue plastic barrels at $10.00 a pop, which is about half of what they sell for on Craig's List.

    We'll use them for obstacles, tables, etc., for Practical Pistol and 3 Gun.

    Next month we're looking at setting the Long Rifle Range up as a course in itself in addition to the three bays for a total of four courses, so be sure and bring your running shoes.

    We're not sure if we'll shoot it as one string or two to allow people to rest, so it'll be a learning experience.

    This will allow us to shoot rifle and PCC at distances greater than what the 3 Bays afford us.

    With a north side berm unavailable on Bay 1, we're not able to shoot Pistol on steel, but we're currently exploring the use of "rubber" self healing targets for knock down fun, it just depends on what effect hollow points and semi-wadcutters have on them. 

    At my request, Jamie has just set up a discussion forum open to the public for the various monthly disciplines.

    In regards to 3 Gun, we ask that we avoid political discussions, whether it be national or local (TCGC included), and no flaming.

    As always, we welcome newcomers and visitors and encourage you to contact me with any questions you may have.


    Eric Bauman

    495.820.3916

    3guntcgc@cox.net

  • 02/14/2018 11:16 AM | Anonymous

    https://practiscore.com/tcgc-ok-3-gun-february-2018/register

    You may pre-register at the above link until Saturday at 6:00 pm.

    As always, you may register at the stat house up until the beginning of the match at 9:00 am and pay at that time.

    Official setup time to get a $5.00 discount is 8:00 am, but you may start as early as 7:30.

    Thank you and we're looking forward to seeing you all there!

    Eric Bauman
     405.820.3916

MISSION OBJECTIVE

  • The objective of Tri-City Gun Club is to promote safe participation in legitimate shooting sports by fostering education, fellowship, honesty, sportsmanship and patriotism. 

ADDRESS


450 Jerry Black Lane
Norman, OK 73072



P.O. Box 1604
Norman, OK 73070


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