Our Multi-Gun Action Shooting program’s main goal is to attract newcomers into the shooting sport.
We understand that getting started can be a bit intimidating for inexperienced shooters of all ages.
Therefore, we practice safety, patience, and determination to teach and engage all beginners.
Our program consists of multiple courses in which  we shoot three different guns (rifle, pistol, and shotgun).
We use MSR rifles and semiauto pistols. Shotguns are either pump or semiauto. Use of shotgun is optional, as not too many new shooters have one. Beginners without a shotgun can engage designated shotgun targets with a pistol. Use of pistol caliber carbine (PCC) is encouraged. Each stage will generally require the use of different firearms and require the shooter to transition between them.
We design different stages within a course. Our courses change for each session and simulate combat or self-defense situations.
A course provides a certain scenario for using one or more of the guns in a specific sequence.
The shooter must move through different stages and engage targets in a variety of different positions.
The targets might include reactive targets, cardboard silhouettes, steel targets, clay pigeons, and paper targets.
Shooter is required to shoot all targets at different distances, in several different positions.
Shooter is scored on the target hits, with penalties taken into account.
Scoring is optional for the beginners. Single overall score is given for the whole course.