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3-GUN
ACTION SHOOTING

(Recent changes are HIGHLIGHTED.)

THESE MATCHES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

ALL NONMEMBERS (SHOOTERS AND SPECTATORS ALIKE)
  MUST COMPLETE AND SIGN A LIABILITY RELEASE FORM ON ENTERING THE CLUB.  

~   2019 MATCH SCHEDULE   ~

MATCHES ARE LIMITED TO 42 SHOOTERS

ADVANCE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THRU PRACTISCORE
FOUR WEEKS PRIOR TO EACH MATCH


~   ADVANCE REGISTRATION   ~
Entry Fee:  $20 
 ($10 for those who help set up the night before) 
Juniors (under 17):  FREE 

~   MATCH DAY REGISTRATION   ~
(if any spots are available)
Entry Fee:  $30 
Juniors (under 17):  $10 

Entry fees to be paid at check-in on Match Day
Cash or Checks only, made out to "Country Pond Fish & Game Club"


 INITIAL SETUP: LAST TWO HOURS OF DAYLIGHT the night before 
FINAL SETUP: 0630 - 0800 on Match Day
(Help is always appreciated.)


REGISTERED SHOOTER CHECK IN: 0800 - 0830
(Shooters registered but not checked in by 0830 may lose their place.)
MATCH DAY SHOOTER REGISTRATION: 0800 - 0845

MANDATORY SAFETY MEETING: 0850
(Anyone missing any part of the safety meeting will not be allowed to shoot.)

SHOOTING STARTS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SAFETY MEETING


FOOD AND DRINK WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THESE MATCHES,
STARTING ABOUT 1100, COURTESY OF

Flaco's Mexican Street Food

 

THE OUTDOOR RANGE IS CLOSED
FROM 0900 TO 1800 DURING THESE MATCHES.

 

~   2020 MATCH SCHEDULE   ~

RESTRICTIONS
.300 Blackout, 7.62x39mm, or equivalent
are the maximum rifle calibers allowed.

More powerful calibers are PROHIBITED.
(i.e. 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester, etc.)

AMMO CONTAINING ANY STEEL PROJECTILE
IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED!

ALL RIFLE AMMO WILL BE CHECKED

Chamber flags are required for all unloaded long guns

(Also see CPFGC-IMA Rules)

GUN CARTS

For those who have not attended a 3-Gun or CAS Match at Country Pond, we don't have a lot of room for gun carts, but plenty of rack space for long guns and bench space for equipment. The distance between all three stages combined is less than 40 yards, so there's no need to lug guns and gear around between stages.
A typical three-stage match looks like THIS, and the entire firing line for all three stages combined looks like THIS.
It would really help to relieve congestion if you'd leave your gun carts at home.

For more information, contact John Carr at jcarr@jcarrassociates.com.