You may have already heard about the 3 gun Match we are putting on in Waco Texas November 13th-14th:www.tigervalley.com/tv_cav3gun.php
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Cavalry Arms www.cavalryarms.com
Falcon Industries www.ergogrips.net/
Machine Gun Tours www.machineguntours.com
Practical Tactical www.practicaltactical.net
Spec Ops Brand www.specopsbrand.com
SWAT Magazine www.swatmag.com
TIGER Valley www.tigervalley.com
There are going to be some kick ass prizes at this event!UPDATE:
Scoring system will be international multi gun 1 A-Zone to neutralize or 2 hits anywhere on paper.
We are adding a new class to this match:
The goals of this class are to encourage shooters to use field practical equipment that is reliable in adverse conditions and add an element of physical endurance to the competition not found in other classes.
1) The shooter must transport all their firearms, ammunition, equipment, and cleaning supplies with them for the duration of the match from the moment they sign in the first day of shooting.
2) The amount of ammunition the shooter begins the match with, is all they are allowed to use for the duration of the match. The shooter may have as much ammunition in their pack, vest, or ammunition carriers as he/she wishes.
3) Any back up guns the shooter may wish to use should their primary firearm become inoperable during the course of the match must be carried with them for the duration of the match
4) The equipment must be carried via any man portable means and in a safe manner. No wagons, wheel barrows, carts, sleds, etc allowed.
5) The shooter does not need to carry all this equipment during the course of fire, they may ground their rucksack and use only the equipment on their person if they wish.
6) Trooper class shooters must start with at least one liter of water on their person or in their rucksack. Additional Water will be provided at all stages. The shooter must carry any beverages other than water themselves.
7) Lunch will be provided for all Trooper Class shooters on the range. Any food a Trooper Class shooter wishes to eat must be carried on them other than the food served at lunch time.
8) Any time a Trooper class shooter leaves the range, he/she must check his/her gear at the stat house where it will be secured to prevent tampering and/or adding or removing of equipment.
Failure to follow these rules or voluntarily choosing to drop out of Trooper Class will place the shooter in any of the other classes determined by the firearms and accessories they are using
Medical assistance for cuts, scrapes, insect/snake bites, or any other foreseeable physical ailment can be treated by another individual without bumping the shooter out of Trooper Class.
1) Trooper Class shooters may use firearms from any of the other specified classes. A Trooper class shooter may use all iron-sighted guns, or open class guns, however they must be able to transport any firearms (and spares) without assistance from stage to stage by themselves.
2) There is no limit on magazine capacity, bipods, scopes, etc in Trooper Class.
3) If a shooter decides to carry more than one firearm, spare upper receiver, optics, etc they may elect to use them on a stage as they see fit. Sniper Rifles may only be used on rifle targets, sub machine guns may only be used on rifle and pistol targets. Changing long guns in the middle of the stage is disallowed. If the shooter elects to use a sniper rifle they must use it for the full course of fire, if they elect to use a subgun they must use it for the full course of fire, if they elect to use a .223 carbine and 9mm pistol they must use it for the full course of fire.
4) Firearms are the only items the shooter may remove from the range at the end of the day.There are plenty of spaces left. Everyone who shoots and completes the match will receive a CAV-15 MKII Stripped Lower Receiver!