TAC2 Multigun matches, unless directed otherwise by the stage instructions,
will follow the United Shooting Sports Leagues rules and procedures which can
be found at the following link;
TAC2 Multigun welcomes all shooters to come
and participate. Our matches are not real physical and are based on
safely having a really fun time. Spectators are always welcome.
Match competitors and spectators MUST sign a liability
release and have eye / ear protection to be on the range. Competitors
and spectators are required to conduct themselves in a manner which promotes
safety and good sportsmanship. All participants are required to help reset
stages, and tear down the stages at the end of the match.
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encourages first time competitors to come out and participate. Under
most circumstances, we can assist you with gear to use provided you bring your
own factory loaded ammunition which meets match requirements. If you
need assistance with gear, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be glad to help you with gear
and/or guns to use for the match.
- TAC2 is a COLD range.
- COLD RANGE (definition):
Competitors’ firearms must remain unloaded at the
event site except under the direct supervision of an event official.
- Chamber flags for long guns are
- Transporting Rifle, Shotgun and Pistol (carry
from vehicle and between stages). Rifles & Shotguns must
be cased, or if hand carried or slung, the muzzle must be pointed up or
down. Carts where the muzzles are pointed downward are
approved. Rifles & Shotguns must be transported with chamber flags
inserted ( if you do not have chamber flags, we will have them available for sale
the day of the match for reasonable fee ), detachable magazines removed/tubes
unloaded. Pistols carried between stages must be unloaded with no
magazine inserted and be cased, or remain in the competitor’s holster.
- TAC2 Multigun does not recognize
the PCC only division of the USSL-UML.
- Scoring. TAC2 Multigun
matches are scored with time + penalties with points. This means each
stage has the same total point value. Therefore, all of the stages have the
same value to the competitor.
- Basic Equipment
- A center fire rifle at least .223 in caliber and a
couple of spare magazines. Occasionally, a sling will be required for your
rifle. You should be able to carry at least 50 rounds of rifle ammunition on
you including what will be in the rifle.
- A 12 or 20 gauge semi-auto or pump
shotgun. Occasionally, a sling will be required for your shotgun.
- A center fire pistol or revolver at least 9mm in
caliber and a couple of spare magazines or speed loaders. You should be
able to carry at least 50 rounds of handgun ammunition on you including what
will be in the handgun.
- Holsters must be a practical/tactical carry style and
must be able to safely retain the handgun during vigorous movement.
The holster material must completely cover the trigger on all semi-auto
pistols. Revolver holsters must completely cover the trigger and the
cylinder. The belt upon which the holster and magazine/speed loader
pouches are attached must be worn at waist level. Due to safety
concerns, shoulder holsters and cross draw holsters are not allowed.
- Round Count - A good
minimum ammunition load out is (round count does not account for ANY
- Rifle – 100 rounds.
- Pistol – 100 rounds.
- Shotgun – 75 rounds bird shot, 10 rounds
slug, 10 rounds buck shot (00 or larger shot size).
- Match Date
- 3rd Saturday of every month.
- Match times
- 9:00 am Registration begins, 9:45 am
shooter’s meeting, 10:00 am shooting begins.
- Match fees
- Non-Members -
- TAC2 Members - $15.00
- TAC2 LIFE Members - FREE
- If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
- Come shoot with us, it will be a great time!!