The idea has been thrown around, and my good friend and fellow competitor Kevin posed the question on the open forum. So I decided to address for the record: IF we did a shotgun match, it would be February, March, or April. These are the flooding months. I figured if a match had to get cancelled, it would be nice if it was one that likely wouldn't have had such a big planned attendance. I think most people think their shotgun wouldn't work in 3Gun, but that's simply not the case. Any will do. I know a lot of us will be shooting pumps in November...I hope that our carbine matches show people how much fun rifles are in a practical setting, and it will hopefully attract people to our 3Gun matches in the future. We just need to get them shooting shotguns, and everybody needs to realize that you don't have to have a gamer gun to have fun with us. But in all likelihood, we won't have an ALL shotgun match. We are required to have all rounds impact the rear berm, and we can only have aerial targets in one small area. We just don't have the flexibility to have the options to get overly creative in our stage design. We will more likely have a big shotgun-heavy stage. I thinking around 50 rounds. We would place tables along the way for people to load shells from in case they didn't have the required equipment to carry that many shells. I think this way we could do a lot of fun stuff that people have never seen before and much less had the opportunity to shoot.