View Full Version : The PRTC- New Rifle competition

01-10-2006, 11:03 PM
Looks like fun:

no helicopter though...


01-11-2006, 8:54 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


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

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, 1:25 PM
Looks like fun:
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.


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, 1:11 PM
For 2008, we've taken over the Steel Safari.


Zak Smith
07-08-2011, 11:48 PM
Added another match for 2011