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    Ryan Pytlewski

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  1. Tennessee will be home to a 15 match series of multigun matches going from March to September, culminating in a points champion, prize table, and shoot off. The matches will be held at Middle TN Shooters Club, Oak Ridge Sportsman's Association, Dead Zero Shooting Center, Tac 2 in Greenville, and Southern Action shooters in Cleveland. More info can be found at http://www.tennesseemultigun.com I can also answer questions here.
  2. The problem of too many divisions could be handled with a little consolidation of divisions. Do away with 2x4 tac as it wasn't really a smart decision to add that any way. Combine 2x4 open and open into one division, just call it open. Do away with limited and make 2 gun a 1x optic division. Then you are left with tac optics, heavy, open, pcc, and 2 gun. Im even ok with doing away with pcc in UML and only having it in UPL matches.
  3. I'd be ok with it if they were limited to 5 round mags. Good luck carrying enough shells for a fifty round all shotgun stage.
  4. Middle Tennessee Shooters Club in Manchester will be hosting a United Multigun League match on Sunday September 2nd. The UML ruleset can be found here http://unitedmultigunleague.com/uml-rules/ The following divisions will be recognized, tac optics, tac irons, heavy tac, open, 2x4 tactical, 2x4 open, pcc, 2gun (rifle/pistol) plus our traditional Heavy Metal division. With all the options available to the shooters it is difficult to give an exact round count but if you're shooting one of the 3 gun divisions 100 for each gun should be enough. For 2 gun bring 150 for each and pcc should bring 250 to 300. We will be shooting 5 stages, longest shot will be around 200 yards. No slings necessary. There will be a link posted for early sign up on practiscore or sign up at the match. Registration will be from 1100 to noon and we'll get started promptly thereafter. Match fee is $25 for non members of the range and $20 for members. If this will be your first time shooting a match please arrive early for a new shooters orientation. I can be reached here or at sumocrp@aol.com with any questions.
  5. Silly. When you have some more free time there is this really cool thing called the wheel that you can try to reinvent.
  6. https://practiscore.com/results/html/ef3f0dde-aeea-465b-8960-4c66558b3a89
  7. Middle Tennessee Shooters Club in Manchester will be hosting a United Multigun League match on Sunday June 3rd. The UML ruleset can be found here http://unitedmultigunleague.com/uml-rules/ The following divisions will be recognized, tac optics, tac irons, heavy tac, open, 2x4 tactical, 2x4 open, pcc, 2gun (rifle/pistol) plus our traditional Heavy Metal division. With all the options available to the shooters it is difficult to give an exact round count but if you're shooting one of the 3 gun divisions 100 for each gun should be enough. For 2 gun bring 150 for each and pcc should bring 250 to 300. We will be shooting 5 stages, longest shot will be around 200 yards. No slings necessary. There will be a link posted for early sign up on practiscore or sign up at the match. Registration will be from 1100 to noon and we'll get started promptly thereafter. Match fee is $25 for non members of the range and $20 for members. If this will be your first time shooting a match please arrive early for a new shooters orientation. I can be reached here or at sumocrp@aol.com with any questions.
  8. Middle Tennessee Shooters Club in Manchester will be hosting a United Multigun League match on Sunday May 6th. We have decided to adopt the UML ruleset which can be found here http://unitedmultigunleague.com/uml-rules/ The following divisions will be recognized, tac optics, tac irons, heavy tac, open, 2x4 tactical, 2x4 open, pcc, 2gun (rifle/pistol) plus our traditional Heavy Metal division. With all the options available to the shooters it is difficult to give an exact round count but if you're shooting one of the 3 gun divisions 100 for each gun should be enough. For 2 gun bring 150 for each and pcc should bring 250 to 300. We will be shooting 5 stages, longest shot will be around 200 yards. No slings necessary. There will be a link posted for early sign up on practiscore or sign up at the match. Registration will be from 1100 to noon and we'll get started promptly thereafter. Match fee is $25 for non members of the range and $20 for members. If this will be your first time shooting a match please arrive early for a new shooters orientation. I can be reached here or at sumocrp@aol.com with any questions.
  9. Just because you aren't seeing it doesn't mean heavy metal isn't still being enjoyed. We had 9 shooters in heavy metal at Blue Ridge this last year and my monthly match has between 2 and 10 HM shooters every month.
  10. iamspartacus

    Invictus Caddies on QLS?

    If you are already using qls I wouldn't change. It shouldn't be a problem adding your caddies to a qls plate.
  11. I just don't like that with these rules the pump shotgun has no real place to be competitive. I allowed semi shotguns into my match in heavy but I give the pumps an equalizer by letting them start with 13 while semis start with 9.
  12. https://practiscore.com/mtsc-3g-4-8-2018/register
  13. Middle Tennessee Shooters Club in Manchester will be hosting a multigun match on Sunday April 8th. I know this is technically not the 1st Sunday of the month but the 1st is Easter, hence the rescheduling. The following divisions will be recognized; Open, Tac ops, Tac limited, Heavy Metal, 2 gun (rifle/pistol), and PCC. It will feature 5 fun and challenging stages. 100 rounds for each gun and 2 slugs should get you through the match if you are shooting one of the 3 gun divisions, bring more if shooting 2 gun or pcc. No slings necessary. You can pre-register on practiscore or at the range on the day of the match. Registration on match day is from 1100 to noon and we'll get started shortly thereafter. I can be reached at sumocrp@aol.com with any questions you may have.
  14. I feel the exact opposite way. As MD for my club, I won't adopt uml unless they make heavy pump shotgun and .45 pistol. We have a larger heavy contingent at our club than most and I wont change the rules on them.
  15. I am pretty sure that in 2x4 if there are long range targets you have to shoot them with a rifle.
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