So this is my first time ever shooting multigun. It’s a blast to shoot three different kinds of guns on the clock. The stress of remembering to make my guns safe and the extensive plan is a lot higher than the traditional USPSA matches I’ve shot. I’m sure if you do it often you’ll get used to it just like anything.
My Contour didn’t work very well today so I managed to get only two stages but you can see the massive failures at loading my guns, especially the shotgun. I only had like 15mins of practice a few months ago.
I can see why it’s so interesting for the multi gunners but I think I’ll stick to my Open pistol for now. It’s a lot of work bringing three different sets of gear and ammo to a match.
Big thanks to Alex Smith and other volunteers who set this match up!
I’m proud to be invited (and accepted) to join the Rudy Project IDPA Shooting Team. They make great products that I use at every match. definitely recommended. The Rudy Project squad has over 60 members shooting across various disciplines (IDPA, USPSA, and 3Gun).
here’s just a small list of members that post their experiences on YouTube. Check them out.
I’ll be updating this page as I get more info. If you’re a Rudy Project shooter and are not on this list, please send me a mail or post it in the comments.
well I’m not sure if it’s his but I saw it on his new DVD JM Practical Rifle from Brownells.
he has a chain that links both feet of the bipod together tightly so that you can pull on one leg and the other will follow, quickening the release of the bipod in 3gun matches.
Here’s a 6inch length of chain I bought from Home Depot for 30cents. I went with black so it doesn’t look too out of place.
After mounting to each side using pliers etc :
Pulling on one side and you can see the other side will follow :
Fully extended :
The Silver bipod feet is The Bi-Slide by Bruce Piatt so that you can slide your bipod to transition from target to target much faster than a standard bipod feet will, since it’s super smooth.