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atek3
01-11-2006, 12:03 AM
Looks like fun:
http://www.coloradomultigun.com/prtc/prtc.html

no helicopter though...

atek3

sargenv
01-11-2006, 9:54 AM
One of the asst match directors used to shoot at Richmond in the 90's. Alan Samuel. Nice guy, anyone who goes will be sure to have a great time. I've met Alan and he does these kinds of things all the time. I shot with him at the ICORE a few years ago in Morro Bay, he's a great guy.

The match is sure to be challenging. If I had the equipment and the talent I'd think about going but as it is currently, I'd probably place in the low 20%. :D


Vince

TMC
01-11-2006, 12:52 PM
One of the asst match directors used to shoot at Richmond in the 90's. Alan Samuel.
Vince

Alan was on Shooting Gallery last week and was ROing at an all police 3-gun match. He's getting to be a regular on Shooting Gallery and better at speaking for the cameras.

Zak Smith
01-20-2006, 2:25 PM
Looks like fun:
http://www.coloradomultigun.com/prtc/prtc.html
atek3
I've been shooting with Alan since 2003. We have a good and experienced bunch of guys running this match. It will kick ***.

Here's the spiel:

I am proud to announce a new organization, Colorado Multigun (http://www.coloradomultigun.com/cmg.html), and an exciting match for 2006.

Many details are still fluid at this time, but the major match parameters are set.

Colorado Multigun was formed to promote world-class multigun skills through clinics, training, and competition.

http://www.demigod.org/~zak/cmg/img/prtcheader.jpg

The Practical Rifle Team Challenge (http://www.coloradomultigun.com/prtc/prtc.html) is designed to test a 2-man team's skills shooting rifle, carbine, and pistol to their effective ranges at practical targets in the natural terrain using what gear they can carry.

Shooters should expect:
* 8 field stages shot in the natural terrain over 3 days, including 2 night shoots (night vision gear not required)
* physical challenges, obstacle negotiation, climbing, crawling, water
* movement up to 2 miles
* local altitude of 6700'
* to carry gear used during the courses of fire
* shooting rifles to 1000 yards and carbines to 500 yards
* mixture of "precision" and "speed" shooting with scoring to match
* "Run-n-Gun"

Teams can use any ancillary equipment as long as such equipment is carried during every stage. (See Rules (http://coloradomultigun.com/prtc/prtc.html#rules) for details.)

Cost of entry is $300 per team ($150 per person).

Entry forms will be available on the web-site 17 FEB 2006 (ie, the Friday after the SHOT show).

For general questions, you can reply to this thread or email PRTC@ColoradoMultigun.com

Potential sponsors should contact PRTCsponsors@ColoradoMultigun.com

The rest of the details are available on the match web-site: http://ColoradoMultigun.com/prtc

Zak Smith
01-02-2008, 2:11 PM
For 2008, we've taken over the Steel Safari.

http://www.coloradomultigun.com/steelsafari/

Zak Smith
07-09-2011, 12:48 AM
Added another match for 2011
http://thunderbeastarms.com/competition/team-challenge-2011