Competitors use at least three different firearms — a modern sporting rifle (MSR); a pistol; and a shotgun. Occasionally, a pistol caliber carbine, known as a PCC, is used in addition to the pistol and rifle. Matches involve courses where the shooter must move through different stages and engage targets in a variety of different positions. Each stage will generally require the use of all three firearms and the shooter must transition safely between them.
The targets might include clay pigeons (both static and aerial), cardboard silhouettes, varying sizes and shapes of steel targets and targets that move when engaged. Distances of the targets might vary from 1 yard to 400 yards. The shooter who hits the most targets avoiding penalties in the least amount of time is the winner.
MultiGun practices throughout the winter months at the indoor range to maintain proficiency with pistols and PCC’s or .22 Rifles. During the summer months, weekly practices are held outdoors along with four MultiGun matches.
We welcome out of area shooters to join us not only for practices, but also for our monthly matches and any shooter who is interested in wanting to learn more about the exciting world of MultiGun. The first time shooting is free and after that if you live less than 50 miles from Great Falls, you must become a member of the Great Falls Shooting Sports Complex.
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