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What "classification" am I for 3 gun?

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by texas chase, Sep 21, 2010.

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  1. texas chase

    texas chase Member

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    Some friends and I are thinking about shooting in the LaRue Tactical 3 gun comp in Apr next yr. I have a Glock 19 stock, m4 with red dot, and a Remmy 1100 with mag tube extension. What do you think?

    Thx
     
  2. Hk Dan

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    Classification refers to your skil level. Are you asking which Division your guns are good for?
     
  3. Kwanger

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    I assume the OP means Division, as he has listed his guns. In which case, if that match follows the USPSA rules, he would off in Limited, given the recent change to allow an unmagnified optic (red dot, holosight, etc).
     
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  4. texas chase

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    Yeah, i meant division
     
  5. 1KPerDay

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    texas chase, the best place to ask would be your local club or whoever's in charge of the event. They'll know what 'rules' they follow and what division you'd be. Different clubs have different classifications.

    At my club, for example, you would be in "Tactical - Rifle Optic" or perhaps "Open" if your shotgun holds more than 9 rounds.

    http://udpl.net/3gun/3-GunDivSpecs-R4.pdf
     
  6. Hoser

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    Pretty sure LaRue only has Tactical and Heavy Metal divisions...
     
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