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Indiana Multigun - Wildcat Valley - Sept 4, 2011


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Come out and join us for the next installment of Indiana Multigun at Wildcat Valley Rifle Pistol Club in Brookston, Indiana on Sunday, 9-4-11. It will be a fun and challenging test of your rifle, handgun, and shotgun skills. We are planning on 4 courses of fire.

MATCH DATE: Sunday September 4, 2011

Registration: 9:00AM

Shooters' Meeting: 9:45 AM

Match starts immediately following shooters' meeting

RULES: Indiana Multi-Gun Rules

Please see our website, IndianaMultiGun.com for more info.

MATCH FEE: $25 for Nonmembers, $20 for members, $10 for juniors with paid adult. Half off for ROs. Half off for Saturday Set Up Crew.

SET-UP: Set-up will be on Saturday before the match. This Saturday, we will get started around 4:00 or 5:00pm(AFTER THE PURDUE HOME GAME). Please let us know if you can help, even if only for an hour. The more help we get from volunteers, the better the matches will be!

As usual for the typical Indiana Multi-gun Series Match, our minimum round counts will be as follows. We do this so its the same every month, and you know what to bring to the match. Some times we use Slugs, sometimes we don't. It doesn't hurt to have them with you just in case.

Rifle – 60

Handgun - 60

Birdshot – 60

Slug - 5

I usually bring 100 of each to each match, and have plenty left over. I recommend that you bring double the numbers above for the ammo that you bring to the match. You can always take ammo back home with you, but running out at the match is a bummer!

If you shot one of our Multi-Gun matches before, you can expect this match’s difficulty level to be similar. If haven’t shot one of our Multi-Gun matches, you may find this match to be somewhat more demanding than your typical USPSA or IDPA club pistol match— expect some shots to be a bit more technically demanding, and some shooting positions to be a bit more awkward physically.

It will benefit you to know the point of impact (POI) of all 3 of your guns, from contact distance out to 200 yards. Know your shotgun pattern, as there will be some steel no-shoot plates placed in close proximity to shoot targets.

Please see our website, IndianaMultiGun.com for more info.

NOTE: that all matches at WVRPC are conducted under a COLD RANGE as per USPSA rules. All guns must be either holstered (or bagged) at all times, unloaded, hammer down, with no magazine inserted. Long guns should remain bagged, or in a rack with an open action, and/or an "empty chamber indicator" (flag) in place. It is the shooter's responsibility to ensure that the muzzle of any gun is never pointed in an unsafe direction. You may only handle your gun only at the direction of the range officer (RO), or in the designated "safe areas." You may not handle any ammunition or loaded magazines in the safe areas. Violation of these or any other safety rules shall result in a match disqualification.

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Hi John,

I just wanted to say thanks for running the 3 gun match last Sunday at Wildcat. I was one of the guys who came over from Bloomington, IL and we all had a good time. It was challenging and well run not to mention the Wildcat range is one hell of a facility. I run a 3 gun match at our club in Leroy, IL and came away with several great idea to improve our match. We look forward to heading your way for future matches.

Regards, Stephen

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No problem Stephen. Tony is actually the Match Director for Wildcat, Im Match Director for Atlanta Conservation Club. Look forward to having you guys out at more matches. Re,ember, we are doing a points series next year, with the top 10 shooters that have the highest top 10 scores from both clubs combined with be entered in to a shoot off for prizes at the final match of 2012

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Where's the video? If I can't make a match, I at least want to watch some video from it!

The points race is a great idea. What about guys that can't drive all the way to Wildcat and only make it to ACC? I'm thinking we're screwed, but I still think its a great idea.

Or is it the top ten from each location?

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top 10 combined overall. Take the scores from the Matches at ACC and from Wildcat. Add them together and the top 10 are in a shoot off in October of 2012 at the finale match at Wildcat.

The HOA shooter from each division(TacOp, TacIron, HM, Open) will also win a prize, those wont be totaled up until after the final match.

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top 10 combined overall. Take the scores from the Matches at ACC and from Wildcat. Add them together and the top 10 are in a shoot off in October of 2012 at the finale match at Wildcat.

The HOA shooter from each division(TacOp, TacIron, HM, Open) will also win a prize, those wont be totaled up until after the final match.

Ok, this points race thing really has me thinking about trying to make it to Wildcat next year. It's longer than I'd like to drive, but sounds like it may be worth it.

Do you know the schedule for next year? Is Wildcat on the first Sunday usually?

Seems like the ACC matches have usually been the second Sunday. Also, is the ACC match next month a shotgun match or a 3Gun match?

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ACC next month is Speed Shotgun. I'll be getting back from a 2 week trip in Europe at 10pm that Friday. Heck I drive to Owensboro for their monthly matches when they don't conflict with any others. As of right now the tentative schedule for ACC is set, but I'm waiting until later in the year to officially submit the dates to the club so I can make sure they will not interfere with any of the major matches I'll be going to(Pro/Am, Ozark, Blue Ridge, FNH, possibly Rocky Mountain, and of course the Indiana USPSA Section Championship).

Once I know the dates for those, I'll adjust the schedule and go from there. Im not sure of the Wildcat Schedule, Tony and I need to get together sometime this winter to finalize everything for next year.

Good news, already have a few sponsors lined up for the series and the prize table. Sinclair Intl is a series and prize table sponsor along with a company I run that makes Flash targets similar to MGM's. We just started up, and already have quite a bit of interest as we offer the targets much cheaper than MGM.

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