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Clayton Welch
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Team Magnolia Multigun Club’s
May Carbine Match
Saturday, May 20

This will be our first match with 5 stages on 5 bays so come enjoy our newly added range! Also thank a BoD member when you see one for taking notice of our participation numbers and granting us more ranges to better accommodate all of you!

This match will be all paper targets so you can shoot almost anything you want. Pick the division that best suits your equipment by these guidelines. Stages have a max of 30 rounds required, and if you shoot a Garand or an AR-10 you will only need one hit on paper to neutralize the target (so only 16 or so rounds max).

We will have 7 divisions:
  1. Factory
  2. Practical
  3. Unlimited
  4. Heavy
  5. PCC
  6. Rimfire
  7. Vintage (M1 Garand & M1 Carbine)
  • Setup will be at 3pm Friday. If you help you shoot for free.
    • Anything not finished will be built Saturday morning at 6
  • Registration starts at 8
  • Hammer down at 9
Match Fees:
  • Free if you are there Friday evening and building stages
  • Team Magnolia and all juniors: $15
  • Non-members: $25
You can sign up for Team Magnolia at the match for a $30 yearly membership.
Register on Practiscore.
Check out the animated stage diagrams on our website!
Like us on Facebook @teammagnoliamultigun for more information.
Join our Facebook group to take part in our discussions and polls.
Scores posted to Practiscore and MSGO.

We are also selling raffle tickets for a Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 that was donated by Thad McLaurin and the The Armory LLC. If you are interested in a chance at this rifle, please go here.

Stage 1 - Two Reloads

15 Paper

Stage Make Ready
  • Rifle loaded and on safe, held at port arms, on safe, toes on either X’s
Stage Procedure
  • Engage arrays as directed by the arrows
  • Perform a mandatory reload:
    • Between box A and box B
    • Between box B and box C
(basically wherever there is a barrel)Regardless of the direction you move (between C and B and then B and A also...)
Stage 2 - Rainbow of Pins
16 Pins


Stage Make Ready
  • Rifle loaded and on safe, held at port arms, on safe, toes on either X’s
Stage Procedure
Shoot the pin in each array that corresponds to the color box you are standing in.
PAY ATTENTION:
  • TO THE COLORS OF THE PINS
AND
  • THE COLOR OF THE SHOOTING BOX
5 second penalty for
EACH failure of correct engagement
(wrong pin from wrong box)
Stage 3 - All Over the Place
15 Paper

Stage Make Ready
Standing with Toes on X’s. Rifle loaded, on safe, at port arms.

Stage Procedure
Engage targets from within the fault lines.

Be wary of the 180 while moving!
Stage 4 - Three By Five
15 Paper

Stage Make Ready
Standing with Toes on either X’s. Rifle loaded, on safe, at port arms.

Stage Procedure
Engage targets from within the fault lines.
Perform 1 mandatory reload between the first shooting box and the last shooting box.
Mags may be placed on the barrels.
Be wary of the 180 while reloading!
Stage 5 - Mowin Em
15 Paper

Stage Make Ready
  • Rifle loaded and on safe, held at port arms
  • Shooter standing with toes on fault line anywhere shooter wants
Stage Procedure
  • Engage targets from within the fault lines
 

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Clayton Welch
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Shooters,

A little update for our Carbine match on May 20.

We have realized that even though we call these matches carbine matches, at heart they are still multigun. We allow everything from rimfire rifles, to pistol caliber carbines, and then all the way up to full size service rifles like the M1 Garand.

As such, we have decided to allow pistols to be shot in what we call our “carbine" matches. Partly an experiment on participation, partly a new interpretation of what our matches could be.

With this addition, it should be easier for shooters to shoot twice. You could wear your normal multigun belt since it already has pistol mag pouches and a rifle mag pouch on it. That would be little to no downtime, and the same shooter could even be run twice in a row this way.

I think some would get a kick out of shooting an all paper stage with 3GN scoring (just 2 hits anywhere) so you could run and hose at top speed. We are gonna try it out in May and see how people like it.
 

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That's how our recent two gun match came about. We ran a cqb rifle match last year and a few of us were wondering what it would be like to compare rifle vs pistol on the same stages, hence the two gun format we ran was born.

Interesting results, some folks are really good with rifle, not pistol, some vice verse, some ok with both, etc. Highly encourage folks do two guns to compare them. We had two guys I know realize they were much better with rifle vs pistol and now they rocking PCCs at pistol matches.

Also, one suggestion if range allows, since all paper match I would tell folks to burn up that steel core and Bi-metal stuff they didn't realize they bought and found out later they couldn't use at normal 3gun matches.

Wish I could shoot it but can't move our 3gun to that Sunday.
 

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That's how our recent two gun match came about. We ran a cqb rifle match last year and a few of us were wondering what it would be like to compare rifle vs pistol on the same stages, hence the two gun format we ran was born.

Interesting results, some folks are really good with rifle, not pistol, some vice verse, some ok with both, etc. Highly encourage folks do two guns to compare them. We had two guys I know realize they were much better with rifle vs pistol and now they rocking PCCs at pistol matches.

Also, one suggestion if range allows, since all paper match I would tell folks to burn up that steel core and Bi-metal stuff they didn't realize they bought and found out later they couldn't use at normal 3gun matches.

Wish I could shoot it but can't move our 3gun to that Sunday.
Good thinking. I never had the intention to compare between rifle and pistol, but that does make sense too.

My main goal is just to fill up the match, and I was talking to a Board member and he said he thought we always did it. And once he said that, I had to ask myself why we don't already. So we added it to this match see how it works out.
 

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Looks fun!

What is the distance on the colored bowling pin ones? My eyes are getting bad, trying to figure out which optic I want to use.
 

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Only a few days left to get in on the Smith and Wesson M&P 15-22 that W Thad McLaurin III donated to us!!! We are drawing it at the match on Saturday!


If you win it, that gets you an exclusive appointment to go see the new location!!!

http://the-armory-llc.com
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If you want some tickets, pm me!


And there's only 3 spots left in the match too.
 

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It was a fun match. Some how my times didn't get recorded for stage 5. But i can't wait for the next one. The bowling pin stage was the best I've ever seen.

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