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Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun Championship. May 14-16, 2020 at The Clinton House


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Hi Folks,

 

Registration will open for the 2020 Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun Championship on January 6th at 8 a.m.!  You can sign up at https://practiscore.com/blue-ridge-mountain-3-gun-2020/register at that time.  We’re excited to be shooting at The Clinton House Plantation this year, and are looking forward to setting up some challenging stages at this new venue for the BRM3G. 

 

Bring your friends and join us May 14th to 16th at The Clinton House.

We’ll be looking for you on May 14th. 

 

Take care,

 

Andy

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Historically, the match has been full day, on-off schedule.  Since I don't have stages designed yet, and don't know exactly where they are going to be located, I'm going to stick to that format. I have thought about changing to half day this year to try it, and may yet.  However, stage design and placement will determine whether I think the AM/PM format is worth a try. 

 

Shooting is all 3 days.

 

On another note, there may be a new division added this year.  More to come later, probably next week after some discussions and SHOT is complete. (And I have recovered for a couple of days!!!) 

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2 hours ago, stein said:

It's been years since I've been to Clinton House for a match, are golf cart rentals still necessary to get around the property?

 

I always drive between stages.  Some folks have UTV's. Walking would likely be a no go except between a couple of stages in "the bays."

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Along with the move to the Clinton House and springtime, I am announcing a new division for this year’s Blue Ridge Mtn. 3-Gun. The division, whose rules are below,
• will not have special targets,
• will require the use of 4 guns to complete most - if not all - stages,
• will have required targets designated for each of the standard 3 guns and have optional targets allowed for PCC.

 

Unfortunately, the BRM3G website is down, and I can't post the complete rules there at this time. I hope to have it up sometime in the next couple of weeks. However, all rules pertaining to the Evolution Division are below. It may be similar to some others out there, but in discussions with others, these are the changes that seemed to make the most sense to me.

 

Let the discussion begin!

 

EVOLUTION DIVISION FIREARMS RULES
6. Firearms Classifications (Open Division, Tactical Division Iron or Scoped, Evolution Division)
6.1 Handgun
6.1.3 Evolution Division
6.1.3.1 Handguns must comply with Tactical Handgun rules with the following exceptions:
• 6.1.3.2 Handguns may have one slide mounted optical sight (red-dot type sight).

6.2 Rifle
6.2.3 Evolution Division
6.2.3.1 Rifles must comply with Tactical Optics rifle rules with the following exceptions:
• Bipods are allowed on rifles in Evolution Division, and must remain on the rifle on every stage. Failure to comply with the subordinate clause of this exception is unsportsmanlike conduct.

6.3 Shotgun
6.3.3 Evolution Division
6.3.3.1 Shotguns must comply with Tactical Shotgun rules with the following exceptions:
• Rule 6.3.2.6 does not apply.
• Tube length is restricted to 12 rounds.
• All clays are shotgun targets
• When a clay is engaged with shotgun, at least 3 other targets in the array(s) must be engaged with the shotgun. Failure to do so will result in a miss per target +/- procedural penalty.

6.4 Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC)
6.4.1 PCCs are only allowed in Evolution Division.
6.4.2 PCCs must be of a factory configuration (see Rule 5.3, 5.4, 5.5).
6.4.3 Internal modifications are allowed providing the modifications do not alter the original factory configuration of the PCC.
6.4.3 PCCs may be equipped with no more than one (1) optical sight and one (1) magnifier for that sight.
6.4.4 Supporting devices (i.e. bipods, sandbags, etc.) are not allowed on PCCs in this division.
6.4.5 PCCs must be pistol caliber between 9mm and .45 caliber and the projectile may not exceed 1600 fps in velocity.

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