2021 Multigun Dates @ RRGC: Feb 28, Apr 25, Aug 29, Oct 24
2021 Rifle only matches: BARC – Jul 24, Red Labor – Sept 6
Please check each match for divisions offered, options may change based on that match’s course of fire.
Traditional divisions for multi-gun include: Open, Limited, Optic, and Heavy. UML recognizes a 2-Gun and PCC Only division we usually have at all of our UML Series matches. There is also a 2×4 division where you must use at least 2 different firearms on each stage, but you can choose from a rifle, shotgun, pistol and PCC.
Multigun Match Prerequisites
To compete in any Richmond Multigun Match (BARC, CASC, Multigun, Red Labor, PCC Match) a competitor must meet at least one of the following requirements. There are no exceptions.
Demonstrated Multigun competition experience. This means you must show that you have previously competed in a “championship level” USPSA , IMG, or UML rules based multigun match, AND completed the match without being disqualified. (Final match results with your printed name, or a letter from a match official must be presented).
USPSA, IDPA or SASS match experience AND a checkoff from a RRGC Saturday multigun practice session.
Completion of the Richmond Intro to Competition Class, AND a checkoff from the Chief Range Officer at a Saturday multigun practice session.
Multi-Gun Practice Requirements
To participate in the Multigun Saturday Practice you must meet at least one of the following requirements. There are no exceptions.
USPSA, IDPA or SASS match experience.
Completion of the RRGC Intro to Competition Class.
If you think you qualify but haven’t attended practice before, please contact The Richmond Rod and Gun Club Multigun Director, Greg Fiddes, to get checked off prior to attending.
Practice Procedure: Upon arrival at the Richmond Rod and Gun Club, you should go to Action Range office (right in front of Bay 3 of the Action Range - a map of the range is in the FAQs section) and pay the range use fee. Upon payment and signing of the waiver, you will receive a wrist band that will allow you to participate in practice. You can then join us on Bay 4 for Multigun Practice. All guns must be bagged/un-bagged in the safety area, or at the pre-load table/rack area on the stage (not at your vehicle).
NEW MULTIGUN SHOOTERS
To practice any action shooting discipline on the action range, it’s required that shooters take the Intro to Competition Class, the now discontinued Safe Multigun Competitor Class, or already have match experience at a sanctioned USPSA, IDPA, or Multigun match. If you think you qualify but haven’t attended practice before, please contact The Richmond Rod and Gun Club Multigun Director, Greg Fiddes, to get checked off prior to attending.
Qualified new shooters should show up at 9:30am sharp to get briefed by the practice Chief Range Officer. They will lead you through the safety rules for the range and expectations during practice. ROs will coach and closely follow new competitors through the stage. Shooters must complete the practice without disqualification to get approved to attend Multigun Matches. If you’re new to action competition, it’s highly recommended to get familiar with the rules and run several of the pistol matches before jumping into Multigun.
Note: No ammo containing steel core projectiles is allowed at RRGC.
You may contact the Richmond Rod and Gun Club Multigun Director, Greg Fiddes, with any questions.