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Rudsro

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  • Birthday 04/08/1991

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    Minot, ND
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    Mainly 3 gun but I love any outdoor activity.
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    Ronald Rudser

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  1. If they ever need a letter from us saying they are coming for the match we will get it to them. I know we have guys come down for IDPA that need a letter addressed to them inviting them to the match so they can bring their firearms over. Hopefully we see more of our northern neighbors out there.
  2. If I had all the money Pistol - Limcat Custom 2011 probably the Sabercat Shotgun - a couple different options either a Fostech Origin 12, Vepercat 12, or a tricked out Benelli M2 w/ xrail and speed gate Rifle - would have to be a completely custom build 18" carbon fiber barrel lancer carbon fiber handguard hiperfire trigger/or elftman lightweight gas system and bcg w/ jp captured buffer sjc comp slr stock a nice set of matched lightweight receivers and any other lightweight parts IOR Valdada 1-10x or PA Platinum 1-8x ACSS with a canted red dot
  3. We just finished up the 3 gun season at our range in Minot, ND. It was a great year with lots of good times. This was our first year as a 3 gun nation affiliated club. We host a match every month on the 4th sunday of the month. Most months we ran at least one classifier and most everyone enjoyed the new style and the ability to be nationally ranked and see how they compare to more than just our club. Along with the 3 gun nation classifiers we still hold around 3 outlaw stages so we have at least 4 stages a month. Something else that we tried this year was a two man team 3 gun match, we had 13 teams of 2 shoot and everyone said they really enjoyed the new format. With such a great response for the team event we will be running another one next year possibly a little earlier in the year to take advantage of better weather. We had 4 different prop guns throughout the year from Automatic sub machine guns, to revolvers, to precision bolt rifles. Everyone enjoyed trying new guns that they may not have had a chance to ever shoot. This year we had a decent return of our regular shooter, but the big surprise was how many new shooters we got every month. I hope we continue to see as many people show up as possible because we love having everyone out. We will be taking November and December off for the holidays, but we will be starting our indoor 2 gun matches in January on the 28th. our 2 gun matches consist of 3-4 stages where you use your normal 3 gun pistol, and for your rifle any rimfire or pistol caliber carbine. If anyone is interested in getting out to try either one of our multi gun matches let me know or message us on our club facebook page and we can usually get you in touch with someone who would love to help get you out there. I have yet to meet someone who doesn't have fun if they are just willing to get out and try the sport. https://www.facebook.com/MinotRifleAndPistol
  4. We just finished up the 3 gun season at our range in Minot, ND. It was a great year with lots of good times. This was our first year as a 3 gun nation affiliated club. We host a match every month on the 4th sunday of the month. Most months we ran at least one classifier and most everyone enjoyed the new style and the ability to be nationally ranked and see how they compare to more than just our club. Along with the 3 gun nation classifiers we still hold around 3 outlaw stages so we have at least 4 stages a month. Something else that we tried this year was a two man team 3 gun match, we had 13 teams of 2 shoot and everyone said they really enjoyed the new format. With such a great response for the team event we will be running another one next year possibly a little earlier in the year to take advantage of better weather. We had 4 different prop guns throughout the year from Automatic sub machine guns, to revolvers, to precision bolt rifles. Everyone enjoyed trying new guns that they may not have had a chance to ever shoot. This year we had a decent return of our regular shooter, but the big surprise was how many new shooters we got every month. I hope we continue to see as many people show up as possible because we love having everyone out. We will be taking November and December off for the holidays, but we will be starting our indoor 2 gun matches in January on the 28th. our 2 gun matches consist of 3-4 stages where you use your normal 3 gun pistol, and for your rifle any rimfire or pistol caliber carbine. If anyone is interested in getting out to try either one of our multi gun matches let me know or message us on our club facebook page and we can usually get you in touch with someone who would love to help get you out there. I have yet to meet someone who doesn't have fun if they are just willing to get out and try the sport. https://www.facebook.com/MinotRifleAndPistol
  5. I personally went through the same debate for months on end while looking for the best gun for advancing my abilities in 3 Gun. After shooting quite a few different 2011 models everything from an edge to a full blown custom 2011. Luckily I have a great relationship with the guys at my local gun shop and a couple of the professional shooters in the area. My shooting buddys step dad happens to be a grandmaster and had a few 2011s I was able to get some range time with. I will say they were Awesome and did everything very and more than I wanted. They also have more ability to be readily customised. But after shooting them and watching a lot of the guys at our matches I noticed a couple things. They all had to send them off to a pro to have everything tuned including the mags which costs more money. They are also very picky with their ammo they run in them, which isn't a big deal since I reload my own ammo, but If I were to run short of ammo or lose my ammo traveling I would need to buy or borrow ammo and I want to know that it works. So after lots of deliberating over the subject more than any person really ever needs to I decided to get the CZ Tactical Sport for a couple of key reasons. First off the gun brand new from my dealer was a lot cheaper than buying a brand new or even used STI 2011. The CZ was also just different When I show up to a match I don't often run into someone with the same gun and people love getting hands on with this gun(although it is getting more frequent with popularity). I mentioned the 2011 is readily customisable, you can customise your CZ a lot if you are willing to do some searching and pay a little extra shipping. My grips and magwell came from overseas where this gun is crazy popular so they have all kinds of custom parts. Next this gun is accurate super soft shooting and reliable right out of the box. I say that and people tell me their 2011 can do it just as well. Maybe some can but that hasn't seemed to be the case with the couple that I have tried or others around me. I'm not saying they aren't or can't be reliable and they are for sure a very accurate gun but in my opinion it takes some work to get that reliability that came factory in my CZ. I can shoot any ball cheap ammo like white box and I seem to have great reliability out of the gun. In all I will say the 2011 is your gun, great they are awesome guns. But for the guy who wants the most bang for his buck and wants to be able to pick the gun up and know it's ready to shoot with whatever ammo you feed it the CZ Tactical Sport is your gun. Hopefully this has helped someone get through their deliberation a little faster than I did so they can get out there and enjoy the sport. My CZ is a Tactical Sport Aftermarket grips, magwell, and trigger (all blue for looks mainly) and FO front sight I left stock rear sight because it makes a great charging lever for that small slide.
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