USPSA/IPSC 3-Gun shoot at Platte River Sportsman’s Club
October 11 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) and the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) is hosting a 3-Gun Shoot at the Platte River Sportsman’s Club on the second Sunday of each month, weather permitting, at 11 AM.
3-gun is currently one of the fastest growing shooting sports. It provides shooters with the opportunity to master a variety of marksmanship skills using a host of firearms in a fluid and dynamic setting. This sport involves three different firearms rifle, pistol, and shotgun. The equipment will vary among shooters but 3-gunners typically start with a AR-15 style rifle (or any semi-automatic rifle in .223), 9mm pistol, and semi-automatic or pump 12 gauge shotgun.
Courses are designed with a variety of obstacles and targets where the competitor can shoot anything from steel plates to flying clays to paper silhouettes. Each shooter travels and shoots around barriers – like walls, barrels, or even an airplane, as seen at the NRA World Shooting Championship. Scores are based on the time it takes to travel the course and how accurately they shot each target.
This event is open to the public – membership not required.
First shoot is FREE
$10 Registration Fee
Play North Platte is posting on behalf of the Platte River Sportsman’s Club, please contact Gary Smith (308) 530-5264 or
Jay Gifford (308) 539-0520 for more information on event.