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Pthfndr
04-25-2005, 8:19 PM
This range only goes to 100 yards on the rifle side so there are no real long rifle shots. We did one once before and it was fun. The club is NOT affliated with any national org (except the NRA and CMP) so are rules are somewhat looser. If you're interested contact the man listed below and he can put you on the email list. There is also an IDPA TYPE match the 3rd saturday of the month.

FYI, the range is located about 30 minutes EAST of Sacramento. For directions: http://www.eldoradorodandgun.com/

The EL DORADO ROD and GUN CLUB will be hosting a FUN THREE-GUN SHOOT at the EDR&GC range on SATURDAY APRIL 30, 2005

Go to www.eldoradorodandgun.com (http://www.eldoradorodandgun.com) for map - directions.

John L. Lustig: Match Director / Range Safety Officer


jlejll@directcon.net Please identify for 3-gun

This is a ’’FUN THREE GUN’ no class or division shoot.

FUN THREE-GUN SHOOT: APRIL 30, 2005 AT THE EL DORADO ROD AND GUN CLUB RANGE www.eldoradorodandgun.com (http://www.eldoradorodandgun.com)

John L. Lustig: Match Director / Range Safety Officer

Home (530) 676-1199 Cell (530) 306-4432

jllustig@directcon.net or jlejll@directcon.net Please identify for ‘Fun 3-Gun’

NOTE: Information updated April 18, 2005



This is a ’’FUN THREE GUN’ no class or division shoot.

Should arrive by 8:30 am

Sign up and squading starts when you get there.

General information and safety meeting at 9:00 am

Would like to start shooting at 9:15 am if possible.


A) SAFETY / RANGE RULES

1) THIS IS A COLD RANGE; NO LOADED FIREARMS ALLOWED EXCEPT AT THE

DIRECTION OF THE SAFETY OFFICER! The ONLY time that the firearm is to be

handled is at the ’Safe Table’ or under the Safety Officer’s direction. NO ammunition

is to be handled at the ‘Safe Table’.

2) HANDGUNS: You should arrive at the range with two bags. One bag to contain your

unloaded firearm, holster, magazine pouches and any other support equipment. The

other bag to contain your ammunition.

3) All long guns, action open when not in use.

4) Prospective attendees / shooters: can be asked not to participate and to leave the

range at the discretion of the Match Director.

5) THIS IS A DRY RANGE! NO ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION ON THE RANGE

ALLOWED!



B) GENERAL INFORMATION:

1) IDPA (www.idpa.com (http://www.idpa.com)) rules will be used as the ‘guidelines’ for Match and Courses of

Fire.

2) When leaving a gun to move to the next position: the gun must be TOTALLY EMPTY,

magazine out, and action open.

3) All scenarios / stages will be concealed carry unless otherwise specified.

4) Starting with pistol: will be loaded with ten rounds in the magazine and one round in

the chamber, safety on, holstered.

5) Not starting with pistol: depending on the scenario description.

5a) May be loaded with ten rounds in the magazine and one round in the chamber,

safety on holstered.

5b) May be unloaded. When the pistol is needed the shooter will retrieve a ten

round magazine from carry pouch and load the pistol.

6) Starting with Rifle: round in the chamber, safety on, and ten rounds in the magazine.

Start at the low ready position – gun loaded and safe with the finger out of the trigger

guard, butt below shoulder and muzzle down at a 45*.

7) Not starting with Rifle: chamber empty, safety on, ten rounds in the magazine.

8) Starting with Shotgun: round in the chamber, safety on, and four rounds in the

magazine. Start at the low ready position – gun loaded and safe with the finger out of

the trigger guard, butt below shoulder and muzzle down at a 45*.

9) Not starting with Shotgun: chamber empty, safety on, four rounds in the magazine.

10) Firearm usage:

10a) Pistol; paper targets, steel (pepper poppers and knock down plate) targets and

bowling pins.

10b) Rifle; paper targets at various distances; may have steel targets at 100 yard

line.

10c) Shotgun:

steel targets; birdshot – pellets.

clay pigeons, birdshot – pellets

paper targets; slugs.

11) Tentative firearm usage in Course of Fire:

11a) Stage #1; shotgun then pistol.

11b) Stage #2; rifle, then shotgun, then pistol.

11c) Stage #3; shotgun then pistol

11d) Stage #4; shotgun then pistol

11e) Stage #5; rifle, then shotgun, then pistol.

11f) Stage #6; rifle, then shotgun, then pistol.

NOTE: Each gun used will be reloaded curing the course of fire.

12) There will be a Pail at each stage for brass, shotgun shell and general clean up.

NOTE: We need to clean up the range during use.

13) Lunch, sodas and water can be purchased on site from the ‘Jakes Lucky Dogs’. He

will be there from 11:00 am.



C) UPON ARRIVAL:

1) Sign in with the release form, pay fees.

2) Range Fees:

2a) EDR&GC member, $10.00.

2b) Non-member $15.00

2c) Check can be made to EDR&GC.

3) Fill out score sheet, name on both sides.

4) E-mail sign up list, results will be e-mailed to participants who want them.

5) Sign up for a squad: will have three squads if enough shooters for eight or more per

squad.

5a) Squad #1 will start on stage #1.

5b) Squad #2 will start on stage #3.

5c) Squad #3 will start on stage #5.

6) Get you and your gear ready!

7) Help as needed.



D) EQUIPMENT – SUPPLY INFORMATION FOR SHOOTERS:

1) Sling on long guns is recommended but not necessary. There will have some

stages with three-gun usage and will have some movement.

2) PISTOL: being 125 rounds minimum.

3) SHOTGUN;

3a) Birdshot – pellets. High base or low base, nothing larger than number 4 Shot.

Bring 75 rounds. NO STEEL SHOT!

3b) Slugs bring 10 rounds.

4) Carbines / Rifles; center fire, 30 cal max. Bring 60 rounds.

5) Will have two HAWK 98 (Remington 870 copy shotguns) two Mossberg 500’s

available for use: Need to supply your own ammo. 12 ga.

Pthfndr
04-25-2005, 8:19 PM
This range only goes to 100 yards on the rifle side so there are no real long rifle shots. We did one once before and it was fun. The club is NOT affliated with any national org (except the NRA and CMP) so are rules are somewhat looser. If you're interested contact the man listed below and he can put you on the email list. There is also an IDPA TYPE match the 3rd saturday of the month.

FYI, the range is located about 30 minutes EAST of Sacramento. For directions: http://www.eldoradorodandgun.com/

The EL DORADO ROD and GUN CLUB will be hosting a FUN THREE-GUN SHOOT at the EDR&GC range on SATURDAY APRIL 30, 2005

Go to www.eldoradorodandgun.com (http://www.eldoradorodandgun.com) for map - directions.

John L. Lustig: Match Director / Range Safety Officer


jlejll@directcon.net Please identify for 3-gun

This is a ’’FUN THREE GUN’ no class or division shoot.

FUN THREE-GUN SHOOT: APRIL 30, 2005 AT THE EL DORADO ROD AND GUN CLUB RANGE www.eldoradorodandgun.com (http://www.eldoradorodandgun.com)

John L. Lustig: Match Director / Range Safety Officer

Home (530) 676-1199 Cell (530) 306-4432

jllustig@directcon.net or jlejll@directcon.net Please identify for ‘Fun 3-Gun’

NOTE: Information updated April 18, 2005



This is a ’’FUN THREE GUN’ no class or division shoot.

Should arrive by 8:30 am

Sign up and squading starts when you get there.

General information and safety meeting at 9:00 am

Would like to start shooting at 9:15 am if possible.


A) SAFETY / RANGE RULES

1) THIS IS A COLD RANGE; NO LOADED FIREARMS ALLOWED EXCEPT AT THE

DIRECTION OF THE SAFETY OFFICER! The ONLY time that the firearm is to be

handled is at the ’Safe Table’ or under the Safety Officer’s direction. NO ammunition

is to be handled at the ‘Safe Table’.

2) HANDGUNS: You should arrive at the range with two bags. One bag to contain your

unloaded firearm, holster, magazine pouches and any other support equipment. The

other bag to contain your ammunition.

3) All long guns, action open when not in use.

4) Prospective attendees / shooters: can be asked not to participate and to leave the

range at the discretion of the Match Director.

5) THIS IS A DRY RANGE! NO ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION ON THE RANGE

ALLOWED!



B) GENERAL INFORMATION:

1) IDPA (www.idpa.com (http://www.idpa.com)) rules will be used as the ‘guidelines’ for Match and Courses of

Fire.

2) When leaving a gun to move to the next position: the gun must be TOTALLY EMPTY,

magazine out, and action open.

3) All scenarios / stages will be concealed carry unless otherwise specified.

4) Starting with pistol: will be loaded with ten rounds in the magazine and one round in

the chamber, safety on, holstered.

5) Not starting with pistol: depending on the scenario description.

5a) May be loaded with ten rounds in the magazine and one round in the chamber,

safety on holstered.

5b) May be unloaded. When the pistol is needed the shooter will retrieve a ten

round magazine from carry pouch and load the pistol.

6) Starting with Rifle: round in the chamber, safety on, and ten rounds in the magazine.

Start at the low ready position – gun loaded and safe with the finger out of the trigger

guard, butt below shoulder and muzzle down at a 45*.

7) Not starting with Rifle: chamber empty, safety on, ten rounds in the magazine.

8) Starting with Shotgun: round in the chamber, safety on, and four rounds in the

magazine. Start at the low ready position – gun loaded and safe with the finger out of

the trigger guard, butt below shoulder and muzzle down at a 45*.

9) Not starting with Shotgun: chamber empty, safety on, four rounds in the magazine.

10) Firearm usage:

10a) Pistol; paper targets, steel (pepper poppers and knock down plate) targets and

bowling pins.

10b) Rifle; paper targets at various distances; may have steel targets at 100 yard

line.

10c) Shotgun:

steel targets; birdshot – pellets.

clay pigeons, birdshot – pellets

paper targets; slugs.

11) Tentative firearm usage in Course of Fire:

11a) Stage #1; shotgun then pistol.

11b) Stage #2; rifle, then shotgun, then pistol.

11c) Stage #3; shotgun then pistol

11d) Stage #4; shotgun then pistol

11e) Stage #5; rifle, then shotgun, then pistol.

11f) Stage #6; rifle, then shotgun, then pistol.

NOTE: Each gun used will be reloaded curing the course of fire.

12) There will be a Pail at each stage for brass, shotgun shell and general clean up.

NOTE: We need to clean up the range during use.

13) Lunch, sodas and water can be purchased on site from the ‘Jakes Lucky Dogs’. He

will be there from 11:00 am.



C) UPON ARRIVAL:

1) Sign in with the release form, pay fees.

2) Range Fees:

2a) EDR&GC member, $10.00.

2b) Non-member $15.00

2c) Check can be made to EDR&GC.

3) Fill out score sheet, name on both sides.

4) E-mail sign up list, results will be e-mailed to participants who want them.

5) Sign up for a squad: will have three squads if enough shooters for eight or more per

squad.

5a) Squad #1 will start on stage #1.

5b) Squad #2 will start on stage #3.

5c) Squad #3 will start on stage #5.

6) Get you and your gear ready!

7) Help as needed.



D) EQUIPMENT – SUPPLY INFORMATION FOR SHOOTERS:

1) Sling on long guns is recommended but not necessary. There will have some

stages with three-gun usage and will have some movement.

2) PISTOL: being 125 rounds minimum.

3) SHOTGUN;

3a) Birdshot – pellets. High base or low base, nothing larger than number 4 Shot.

Bring 75 rounds. NO STEEL SHOT!

3b) Slugs bring 10 rounds.

4) Carbines / Rifles; center fire, 30 cal max. Bring 60 rounds.

5) Will have two HAWK 98 (Remington 870 copy shotguns) two Mossberg 500’s

available for use: Need to supply your own ammo. 12 ga.

MadMex
05-01-2005, 6:52 PM
Well organized and a great group of sportsman/sportswoman. Hats off to big John et al.. Thanks for posting the announcement!

Pthfndr
05-02-2005, 6:55 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by MadMex:
Well organized and a great group of sportsman/sportswoman. Hats off to big John et al.. Thanks for posting the announcement! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

I take it you were there also? Which group did you shoot with, 1 or 2? What kind of rifle were you shooting?

John is a great guy. Puts a lot of effort into his matches. You should go to his defensive pistol matches if you haven't already.

MadMex
05-03-2005, 4:08 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">I take it you were there also? Which group did you shoot with, 1 or 2? What kind of rifle were you shooting?

John is a great guy. Puts a lot of effort into his matches. You should go to his defensive pistol matches if you haven't already. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
I was the “observer” that you talked with before the match.

Can you post some of the pictures you posted on the “other board”?

Pthfndr
05-03-2005, 6:19 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by MadMex:
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">I take it you were there also? Which group did you shoot with, 1 or 2? What kind of rifle were you shooting?

John is a great guy. Puts a lot of effort into his matches. You should go to his defensive pistol matches if you haven't already. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
I was the “observer” that you talked with before the match.

Can you post some of the pictures you posted on the “other board”? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

I remember speaking with you. Hope you are able to make it to one of the matches.

Here's the pictures.

Pictures from the COF

Stage 1 - Pistol and shotgun
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun1.jpg


Stage 2 - Rifle and Pistol
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun2.jpg

Stage 3 - Shotgun and handgun.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun3.jpg

Stage 4 - Pidtol and shotgun
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun4.jpg

Stage 5 - Steel plates @100 yards, paper @50 yards for rifle, shotgun and handgun
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun5.jpg

Stage 6 - Steel @100 yards, plywood @100 yards for slugs, paper @50 yards for rifle and handgun
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun6.jpg

Stage 6 John the match director as RO and my GF Jan scoring (shooter is in front of them)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun5JohnandJan.jpg

Stage 6 Jan loading up under the watchful eye of RO Alec
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun5Jan.jpg

Stage 6 Jan shooting the steel and paper
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/3gun5Janshooting.jpg