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3 Gun Competition

Registration:

You can register and squad using the Practicscore link below. You can also register the day of the match if there are slots avaliable. We encourage you to register on Practicscore in advance. Doing this helps us with squadding.

Sign in:

Sign in will begin between 8 and 9 am the day of the match, every shooter MUST sign in. The match will begin at 10 am sharp after the match briefing.

Registration for ALL 3 gun Shoots

To Register for a CCSA 3 Gun Match, please go to:

practiscore.com

Registration is free and no payment is due until the day of the match. If you pre-register and find that you can't make it, please unregister to make space available for others. Registration on the day of the match is possible as long as the EVENT IS NOT FULL.

RULES

Chippewa County Shooting Association will be following 3 gun nation rules along with the standard CCSA rules. Go to

3 Gun Nation

for the full 3 gun nation rules. Below are just a few general rules. SAFETY is always our main concern at any event, please follow the rules.

COLD RANGE

Firearms must remain unloaded at the event site except under the direct supervision of an event official. This means- Once your weapons leave your vehicle they must be unloaded, pistols holstered and rifles and shotguns safe with chamber flags (spent casing for shotgun and rifle) can be used.
Please NO SHOW AND TELL IN THE PARKING LOT.

180 RULE

No gun can be moved to 180 degrees during a stage. This means no shooting past the 180, behind you. Breaking the 180 rule can be subject to a DQ for the entire match.

GROUNDING OF WEAPONS

There are 2 safe and legal ways to ground a weapon during a stage. Grounding barrels and or buckets will be designated for each stage.
1 - Loaded and safety engaged.
2 - Completely empty with actions locked back

AMMO

NO armor piercing (green tip, steel jacketed or steel shot ) is allowed. Damage to steel targets will be paid for by the shooter. Legal ammo - 9MM or larger, 5.56/223 or larger, 20 gauge or larger, #6 shot or smaller. Slugs when designated.

HOLSTERS

Holsters must cover the triggers of all pistols. Belt with holster secured at waist level. Tactical thigh holster permitted and must be secured at waist level.

DIVISIONS

See the full set of rules on 3 gun nation to determine your division. Unlimited, practical and factory divisions.

SPONSERS:

Our sponsors are a big part of 3 gun matches. Our Championship prize table is almost exclusively donated by our sponsors. Use of their products and services is always appreciated.

SQCG- Super Quick Clean Guns
DUNHAMS of Sault Ste Marie
Leitz Sporting Goods of Sault Ste Marie
Trijicon Optics
Moran Iron Works- for Iron Clad shooting targets
Safariland
JP Enterprises
Jays Sporting Goods