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Range Report from 4th Annual Seward Alaska Multigun match


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We had our 4th annual 3 gun match up here in Seward. Everyone seemed to have a great time. We had 10 stages over 2 days with a precision rifle side match. We learn a bit every year on how to get better and this match feels like it has ran the smoothest yet. We had a good group of shooters. Also the division we pioneered up here that we call Production is getting very popular with nearly as many shooters in it as Tac Optics. I wanted to create a division that was not a gear race for new shooters. Production has limited 10 handgun rules from USPSA except of course no major or minor, Shotgun is borrowed from heavy metal in that it must be a pump 9 rounds at the start and the rifle is the same as regular limited irons or 1x optics no magnification with one change only 30 round mags max. This division is very popular with the new shooters just starting out and with those who dont want to spend a ton of money on the newest gear.

We had a food vender on sight and we had scheduled meal breaks. Squads flowed smoothly from bay to bay. We had borrowed steel targets in addition to our own from all the clubs in the state pretty much from Fairbanks, Anchorage and Kenai. I want to thank those clubs for letting us use their steel and for helping design some of the stages.

Wanted to put an special thanks out to our sponsors which were very generous with us. 9x23guy one of our team of match directors worked hard to secure donations from over 25 good companies and we had a prize table that was just awesome. We did a man on man style shoot off this year with the 1st 2nd and 3rd place winners in each divison using Glock 17's. That was a blast to watch I won for the 2nd place finishers in the shoot off but it was a tough fight. R&R Saigas dominated Open divsion with the top 3 places using them and there were 4 of them at the match.They all ran great!

Tech wear usa

Brownells

Primary Arms

Cosaludus

Gun Goddess

Hornady

Sierra

Starline

Uniquetech

Warne

XS Sights

Northern Security Supply

Battle Arms Development

Comp-Tac

Dawson Precsion

Get a Grip

Krieger Barrels

Redding

Stag Arms

Targets online

Vortex Optics

Wilson Combat

Miltec

MVS range

Safariland

Hogue

Match Results were as follows.

Open Divison

Overall

1. Ken 886.255

2. Pat 841.837

3. Cody 682.97

4. Nicholas 655.651

5. Jim 632.593

6. Robert 629.918

7. Manny 607.089

8. Brian 537.103

Tac Optics Divison

Overall

1. Kelly 904.989

2. Scott 840.171

3. Cody 770.723

4. Matt (2nd Gun) 711.899

5. John 692.38

6. Dennis 522.51

7. Alan 521.808

8. Ed 509.376

9. Mark 503.298

10. Matt 498.776

11. Rusty 468.057

12. Jerem 455.096

13. Renee 440.472

14. Charlie 169.391

Production Divsion

Overall

1. Ken (2nd gun) 877.837

2. Ben 834.883

3. Dale 764.433

4. Matt 736.647

5. Ryan 680.859

6. Josh 645.821

7. Tom 540.271

8. Damion 515.446

9. Mike 490.985

10. Chris 431.182

11. Cory 399.714

12. Tom 369.72

13. Kirk 314.319

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