3-Gun Shooting


Welcome to 3 Gun shooting

2018 Matches and practice dates will be posted on the calendar end of February 2018.

Saturday May 6th 2017  –
Pre-Registration Required: Match Complete – Click Here For Results

Saturday July 29th 2017 –
Pre-Registration Required: Match Complete – Click Here For Results

Saturday September 9th 2017
Pre-Registration Required: Match Complete – Click Here For Results

Saturday September 30th 2017 Season Finale Shoot-Off
Invitation Only for 2017 Competitors

Shot-Off Winner: Josh Eppers
Side Match Results: Match Complete – Click Here For Results

3 Gun is an action shooting sport that combines the use of rifle, a pistol, and a shotgun in a course of fire that often involves all 3 guns and transitions between them.  Stages are typically made up of paper, steel, and clay targets in various configurations with different barriers and obstacles that require you to maneuver through the course.

The two most important goals of our matches are to keep them safe and fun!

Matches will typically consist of 4 stages, varying each match.  Competitor check-in will commence in the clubhouse at 8:15am with the shooter’s meeting to begin at 9:00am and shots down range shortly after.  Please be ready to squad up and begin shooting right after the meeting!!  We also have concessions on site and will plan for a lunch break mid-day.

$30.00 for non club members
$25.00 for club members
$20.00 for Range Officers working event
$15 for Juniors 17 and under

** Shooters dismissed for a safety violation will not be refunded entry fee’s.

Our range officers are NRA certified and vary in experience from running local bowling pin and steel challenge matches to taking youth teams to compete at the national level and working national matches for various organizations such as 3-Gun Nation.  We are a young 3-Gun club and learning as we go.

You can be assured there will be staff in the clubhouse to handle registration and serve food along with several range officers helping to run our squads through the match.  Some will participate in the events while others are there just to ensure the event is run in as safe a manor as possible.

Everyone should plan to bring, at minimum, appropriate eye and hearing protection to be used throughout the course of the match.  While many competitors are willing to loan you the items below, the typical gear required to compete are as follows.

Please note, you should refer to the 3-Gun Nation rules link below for division limitations on the equipment below.

Pistols: Typically semi-auto and typically high capacity 9mm or above but revolver shooters are welcome!

Shotguns:  Semi-auto or pump in 12 or 20 ga. and an extended magazine is recommended.

Rifles:  Semi-auto rifles, typically built on the AR platform, in .223/5.56 or .308/7.62 caliber.  AK, Tavor, or SCAR platforms are also welcome.

Other Gear:  2-4 pistol and rifle magazines, a good belt with enough space to hold your handgun holster, a couple of spare pistol mag pouches, and some shotgun shell caddies.

Ammo:  Bring 150 rounds for each firearm and you’ll probably have a bunch left over; always factor in your accuracy and possible re-shoots when calculating ammunition.  To be safe, bring 10-20 slugs to each match too as we may throw some of those in as well.
NOTE:  No steel core ammunition is allowed and you will be responsible for damage to steel targets for improper ammunition


3 Gun Nation Rules
National Shooting Sports 3-Gun Article
Wisconsin Shooters Match Calendar
Getting Started in 3-Gun Video Series

For information on 3 Gun shooting at the Colfax Range contact Ted Miller at “teddym90@hotmail.com“.