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brhjr
July 15, 2009, 11:11 AM
2009 Michigan 3 Gun Championship

SEPTEMBER 20th

Championship Match
There will be a minimum of 8 Stages
5 Stages will be Blind – You’ll have to think in Real Time
1 Stage you’ll start out disoriented and have to figure things out
You’ll be Blasting a Door Open
You’ll be Breaching another Door and a Locked Gate
There’s going to be smoke, fire, mines and some knife work
There might be a Night Vision Stage
There might even be a couple of belt fed Machine Guns
Maybe a .50 cal. Ma Deuce

This match will Challenge your
Decision making skills
Ability to shoot accurately from various positions
Navigating Buildings, Hallways and Rooms
Determine Threat from Non-Threats
In Daylight and Total Darkness
Testing your Gun Handling Skills
And see if your Gear will hold up thru the whole Match

Check out the website for application info
or Register at the Match

Register Early before August 1st and Save $25

Limit of 80 Shooters

Make sure you and your Friends get in

If you want to help Set-Up, RO and Shoot the Match, Let me know

Thank You

www.mi3gun.com
(http://www.mi3gun.com)

rjrivero
July 20, 2009, 07:34 PM
Brymer,

I went ahead and filled out the pre-registration form. I thought you said at the shooter meeting yesterday, a T-Shirt was included in the pre-registration. On the form, it has an extra charge for a T-Shirt.

I just want to make sure I fill this out correctly, and enclose the proper $$.

Is it $100 for the Shoot and $20 for the shirt? (Total of $120)

Or is it $100 including a T-shirt, and extra shirts are $20?

Thanks in advance.

brhjr
July 20, 2009, 08:38 PM
If you sign up before August 1st
It's $100 for the Match fee and an additional $20 for the t-shirt
This is what you'll get at the match:
At least 8 great like you've never seen before stages
A great home cooked, all you can eat lunch
Personalized award plaques to the top 3 in each division
A random prize table. We have contacted over 50 prime vendors for the event
And if you shoot as staff, you get everything above, two home cooked meals and a free T-shirt
And you get to hang with Joe

rjrivero
July 20, 2009, 10:44 PM
Thanks for the clarification. I must have mis-heard you in the briefing. In my defense, there were 70+ people there!

As the saying goes, "The check is in the mail." :D

brhjr
July 25, 2009, 08:00 PM
This is a reminder that our early registration and discount fee will expire in a few days, on August 1st.
We need a head count for all aspects of the Championship Match.
Please Get Them In

Championship Match Update
I have a commitment for either a .50 Cal. Ma Deuce or a .30 Cal. belt fed will be available for the Championship Match.
I’m working out the cost of ammo, and which one we can afford to shoot.
I want the Ma Deuce :D

brhjr
July 31, 2009, 08:47 PM
Championship Match Update
Looks like we're going to be shooting some 50 Caliber
I talked to the ammo gods and you'll be shooting 5 - 10 rounds from the Ma Deuce each
I can't wait - Get yourself signed up now
:)

brhjr
August 2, 2009, 05:48 PM
How about throwing in a couple suppressed guns, it might just happen

brhjr
August 5, 2009, 02:22 PM
Curt has decided he can extend the deadline to August 10th.
We need to have an accurate head count for the Match.
Get those applications mailed in.
Looks like we are going to try a Night Vision (Goggle) stage
I'll keep trying to bring more things in

rjrivero
August 21, 2009, 11:22 PM
Brymer,

Do you know how the squads will be done for the Championship? There was no provision for choosing shooters in your squad on the sign up sheet.

Thanks.

Rowland

rjrivero
September 6, 2009, 03:58 PM
I haven't gotten any info on round counts yet for this match. Do you guys have the course finalized yet?

Thanks

brhjr
September 8, 2009, 06:28 PM
2009 3Gun Championship Match

Staff Match

SATURDAY September 19th

Shooting begins at 9:00am. Meet at the Learning Center

Championship Match

SUNDAY September 20th

Leave All Firearms – UNLOADED AND BAGGED in Vehicles.
Until you sign in at the Learning Center

Sign-in starts after 7:00 am
Shooter’s meeting at 8:45 am
Shooting begins at 9:00 am

The total round count for the match is a Minimum of 177 rounds – if you don’t miss
Here are the individual maximum targets available for each gun
I would bring more ammo, I may add more things

Rifle – 112 rounds
Pistol – 147 rounds
Shotgun Birdshot – 65 rounds
.50 Caliber – 6 Rounds
Suppressed / Sub-sonic – 15 Rounds

We have 8 Stages, including the Jungle Run. 5 Stages will be blind.
Problem solving and thinking in real time will be a big part of this match

Please Review our Match and your Division Rules
Especially Legal Holsters and Magazine capacities

Lunch Menu

We are going to have
Baked Chicken, Pork Tenderloin, Red Skin Potato’s, Green Beans and Corn, Roll’s and Deserts
All Troopers’ will be given MRE’s and a Bayonet (not really)

I will begin setting up Wednesday September 16th
If anyone has time to help out, please let me know
brymer@mi3gun.com

Thank You
www.mi3gun.com (http://www.mi3gun.com)

rjrivero
September 10, 2009, 02:58 PM
Do we need to bring our own 50cal rounds and subsonic rounds?

brhjr
September 10, 2009, 06:51 PM
No, we are providing that :)

rjrivero
September 20, 2009, 06:34 PM
What a great shoot. A lot of neat wrinkles thrown in. Fog machines, "Land Mines", Door breeching with a shot gun, Start with a bag on your head!!

Full suppressor 9mm AR Carbine, Beretta 92FS with Full Suppresssion, Shooting the MA-Deuce. What a great shoot.

We had an excellent experience. Thanks Brymer to you and your entire crew that put this together. A fantastic season, for sure.

If there is anything I can do to help talk you into making an October match happen, please let me know. I'm not ready for the "season" to be over just yet!!

brhjr
September 22, 2009, 06:01 PM
Scores are posted for all that want to Compare, Brag or just wonder where they went wrong

Thanks to all the shooters and staff for making this a great day and Match

Thank you all,

rjrivero
October 11, 2009, 11:09 AM
Just a public "Thank you" for putting on an additional shoot this month. I'm looking forward to the "Halloween Shoot." Bring on the zombies!!

rjrivero
October 18, 2009, 09:58 PM
Brymer and Curt,

Thank you guys for all the hard work you and your crew do to make this series of shoots so much fun.

We had a great time today. Started cold, but warmed up to a balmy low 50's I would guess.

The match was put together very well, and we had a great time shooting with you guys once again!

It'll be a long winter, but rest assured, I'll be back again next season. Where do I sign up!?!?