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mfgundlach

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About mfgundlach

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    Looks for Range
  • Birthday February 9

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    Stafford, Va
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    Well obviously shooting, and if I didn't feel so broke all the time I'd still be playing hockey!
  • Real Name
    Matthew Gundlach

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  1. mfgundlach

    Hello from Va

    Thanks I appreciate it, I currently have 4 of my Marines and I scheduled to shoot the Delmarva section. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. mfgundlach

    Hello from Va

    I’m in Stafford stationed at Quantico. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. mfgundlach

    CZ Tuning 101 with Professor Atlas

    Professor Atlas I appreciate the time you took to make such a detailed thread, on a second note I don't think my wife appreciates it nearly as much. I know what I'll be working on this week once my stuff comes in!
  4. mfgundlach

    Bianchi 2018

    Kim it was a pleasure meeting you this year at the Cup, and I must say we share the same sentiments. My guys talked the cup up and I thought it would be something great. I was in greatly disappointed, The only thing that kept that match afloat was Beth Martin going out of her way to help out the competitors. I can say we will not be back next year!
  5. If given the ability to travel overseas or if you have shot overseas at a major match which would you choose? Things to consider, location, ease of transporting firearms, overall experience.
  6. mfgundlach

    Production Division (Firearm Question)

    I shot with a Glock 34 for about 4 years and shot handloads out of that. This year I switched to an STI Tactical and also recently bought a CZ Shadow two, both shoot flatter and more accurate than the Glock 34. Gear helps, practice is a must. Now that I've had time and can make my focus of effort shooting, I spend most of my time training on the range, but when that isn't available is just dry fire training.
  7. mfgundlach

    Getting disabled vets in the sport

    It may just be as simple as getting in touch of some of these organizations and asking as well and getting match directors involved and sending out the invites.
  8. mfgundlach

    Getting disabled vets in the sport

    Trevor Baucom as one has mentioned , and he's a great dude, I met him at Bianchi this year. Task Force Dagger has also done this, when I was at Blue Ridge 3gun Championship a couple years ago they had an entire squad of disabled vets.
  9. Check out Woody's Rifle and Hunt Club http://whr.club/index.php, Carolina Guns and Gear is another great place to train that hold monthly 3gun and USPSA matches, Jason Byerly is the guy you want to talk to if you check out that place, http://www.carolinagun.com/range/. Sir Walter Raleigh is a favorite among people I know, and Pitt County isn't bad either.
  10. mfgundlach

    Hello from Va

    Been shooting competitively intermittently for the last 3 1/2 years. Now that I'm in a stable location and have a range available on a daily basis. Haven't posted or visited this site much, but now that I can concentrate and focus on shooting I'll be here much more.
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