$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.
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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.
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