Missouri has a lot of great 3-Gun happening and this Match Recon takes us to the Missouri 3-Gun Championship put on by Tooth and Nail Armory. Adam Maxwell is back as special field correspondent and he tells us everything to expect when you shoot the MO 3 Gun Champs, how to prepare, how to practice and even gives us some pro tips on reviewing the rule book when you shoot a major match.
As usual we hear some good match shenanigans and this time we find out why Adam doesn’t like one-gun stages.
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|Match||Tooth and Nail Missouri 3-Gun Championship|
|Total Time or Points Match?||Time Plus Points|
|Rule Set||Lead Farm 3G rules|
|Tac-Ops – Nate Staskiwicz|
|Tac-Iron – Justin Morris|
|Open – Jerry Miculek|
|Heavy – Chris Cazin|
|Skillz Utilized||Tricky memorization stages, Tough long range arrays, Jungle Runs/Multiple bays|
|Terrain||A mix of both- A few ravine runs, a few open back bay stages|
|Match Flavor||Precision- there were either hard shots or you had to hit your spots|
|Fun factor||Not a fan of 3-single gun stages, but Tooth and Nail does come up with some creative targets|
|Farthest Shot and/or # of long range targets||650- approximately 10 long range targets across 2-3 stages|
|Logistics||Less is more…the logisitcs of check in and scoring were pretty low key so they were kind of out of sight out of mind|
|Funny things that happen at the match.||The pick-up incident|
|Venue||Venue is in the middle of nowhere, lodging and dinning options are not terribly awesome. The range itself is pretty nice with lots of potential from a shooting standpoint.|
|Pre-Communication||On point, pertinent information was relayed in a timely fashion.|