pskys2 Posted November 4, 2019 Share Posted November 4, 2019 Multi-Gun is definitely time/money/effort intensive. It may have reached a saturation point. It may level off, or may shrink more. But with the economy booming and similar factors it may be that it is harder to break free for a whole day for a multi-gun match, around here it is 6+hours. Whereas a typical USPSA match is usually 4- 5 hours. With family and work that extra 2+ hours on a non-work day can be a factor. I just started last year off and on. One reason why I don't go more than a couple of times a year is the time factor. And there's just not much that can be done about it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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