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Multi Gun, often called 2-Gun or 3-Gun depending on the types of firearms used, are practical shooting events where each of the stages require the competitor to use and transition between a combination of rifles, handguns, and/ or shotguns or other types of firearms. Multi-Gun has a lot in common with ordinary IPSC/ USPSA matches, and matches generally have courses of fire where the shooter must move through different stages and engage targets in a variety of different positions.
Multi-Gun in its oldest form is arranged by the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) as "Tournaments", but doesn't require the competitor to transition between firearms during the stage. Instead tournaments consists of separate matches for each firearm types with a combined scoring in the end.
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Looking for a multi gun deal or trade for Scar 17s... etc might be able to put some cash on top...
I have shot a few of the multigun events at Douglas Ridge and wanted to try some new, larger events. I was curious if anyone has shot the COSSA 3 gun events and if anyone could provide any additional information such as number of stages, size of stages, level of competition etc.