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  1. We will be hosting a multi-gun match June 7th and 8th, 2014 at York Izaak Walton near, York PA. We run mulit-gun at York on a monthly basis but this is our big match for the year. The entry fee is $100 and pre-registration is required. It will be a 7 stage match requiring at least 2 guns to be used on every stage. We use the FNH 2014 rules (I am the AMD there too). Lunch and a T-shirt are included and payouts will be 50% of entries received. Not 50% after expenses. So this is some pretty serious cash for a small entry. We do something a little different with this match. We have you choose your own class. We then pay each of the classes. The trick is that you can't shoot above your chosen class or you're out. If you normally shoot 88% the you pick the 90% class, not the 80% class. It worked great last year, and it gets money pretty far down the list in a fair fashion. For more information on this match, the application, and preliminary payout structure see www.yorkpistol.blogspot.com
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