Come shoot 3 gun with us!
3 Gun is one of the newest shooting competitions and it combines challenging realistic shooting obstacle course style scenarios with your 3 most important weapons - your pistol, your rifle, and your shotgun.
Most 3 Gun competitions consist of each competitor shooting 4-5 courses and the scoring is kept by timing each competitor on each course. Each target you miss (or fail to hit in a vital area) and each "no shoot" target that you accidentally shoot will result in a time penalty. Effectively, the goal is to shoot the course with perfect accuracy as quickly as possible.
Learn more about three gun here
We are a registered 3 Gun Nation club. Check us out on the 3 Gun Nation web site.
Why is being a 3 Gun Nation club member important to me? You can shoot at any registered club and acrue points through out the year. This enters you to win prizes. And if you are really good...you win big prizes!
To get started all you really need to do is show up! If you don't have all the gear you need, contact us prior to a match and we will make sure we have a rig for you.
The basic gear you need to bring with you is as follows:
- 9mm or larger pistol
- AR style rifle
- 4 magazines for rifle
- Shot gun
- Something to carry shells
- Belt & holster for pistol
- 4 magazines for pistol
- Ammo for guns
- Sun tan lotion
- Grippy shoes
- Eye protection
- Ear protection
The best $30 I have ever spent for an all day event! I am getting my six kids and wife involved at the next event. I am now the biggest 3 gun advocate and I recommend it to all of my friends.
From the blog
Not long after starting to shoot 3Gun I realized that reloading would be an off the course skillset I would soon need to acquire. Over the last ten years I have learned how to become more efficient, accurate and safe by studying and learning from other shooters. I am currently loading .40S&W and 9mm for $.04/round and .223 $.18-$.20/round for match-grade to short range rounds (all minus cost of reloading equipment of course). Just some thoughts on some of the current practices I use.
None of us knew what this event was really going to be. It could have been a big political rally. It could have been boring with very few people showing up. It could have been busy with several strangers to three gun coming through and shooting. As it turns out – it was a great day!
On 19 April, 1775, a force of British troops came to Lexington to seize the arms of the American Militia. When confronted by the Militia, the British commander is quoted as saying “Lay down your arms, you damned rebels, or you are all dead men!” In 1775, those Militiamen answered the call to defend their rights as free men. Isn’t now the time for you to defend those same rights?
Since joining the great guys at Texas Multigun I have decided to make the family sport 3 Gun. I have bought all the gear they need. And we set up a long stage in the backyard to cycle them through all the appropriate challenges that they might experience in a real match. With the caveat to attending and participating in a real three gun match being that they must be able to execute the entire “home” stage without missing targets or committing any major no no’s along the way.
We are happy to say that not only are we launching our new web site (you may have noticed that already) but we are also launching a new blog with the site. The goal of this blog is to bring you up to the minute shooter experiences, tactical know how, deals, product reviews, match coverage, and just about anything else pertaining to the wonderful world of three gun.
Whether you are the first shooter or not, make sure that the first thing you do when you get to a stage is look at the rules for that stage. It might call out things such as mandatory magazine changes, or a specific route to be taken through the stage. This is usually posted in a fairly central position to the stage. It is probably where all the other shooters are huddled up at.