9: Chris Andersen live from the 2015 USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals in Las Vegas, Nevada


Chris Andersen checks in with the 3-Gun Show in the middle of shooting the 2015 USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Nationals are a three day match format and Chris was generous enough to skip out on partying and gambling for one night to spend some of his downtime on the phone with us breaking down the stages he shot on day one and the stages that he was going to shoot on days two and three.

Be sure to download the 2015 Multigun Nationals stage descriptions to review as you listen along and learn how a professional breaks down stages and formulates a stage plan.

In this Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How a professional breaks down stages and formulates a stage plan
  • Why Chris got dragged kicking and screaming into 3-Gun
  • The reason weak-hand shotgun reloading still has a place in 3-Gun
  • Why you need to pay attention to penalties in a stage description.
  • How you can’t win the match on the first stage but you can certainly lose it.
  • Why panic is the enemy of good stage performance.
  • And more!

Important Reference Material

2015 Multigun Nationals stage descriptions

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