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May 2017 Brothers n Arms USPSA Pistol Match

May 21, 2017 Leave a comment

Registration is open for the May USPSA Pistol Match at the Brothers N Arms Range in Hattiesburg. This month’s event will have at least 5 stages, including  a classifier.

Though it is still technically spring, summer temperatures are already starting to creep in on us.  That being said, we have added some new awnings to make sure there is ample shade for everyone at each stage.  We have also had a few requests to add Pistol Caliber Carbine to our match and the decision has been made to do so.  You’ll find it now as an option on the registration form.  If you are shooting PCC, it goes without saying that you should be familiar with and clear on the rules in the addendum.

Setup starts at 7:00 am and registration/check-in ends at 8:30 am.  No walk-ons after 8:30, no exceptions.  There will be a new shooters meeting at 8:30 and a mandatory safety meeting at 8:45. The match starts promptly at 9:00 am.

Payment will be due upon arrival.  If you are a member of the Brothers N Arms Range, $15 will be due.  Otherwise, the entry fee is $20.  To register, just click here  or on the big button below.


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BPSA May 2017 3GN Multigun Results!

We had 35 shooters come out for our the May 3GN monthly multigun match. This was our first 3GN affiliated multigun match, but the learning curve was easy. We also offered some custom pistol only and PCC only divisions for anyone that wanted to try them. Rain was in the forecast, but it never came, and it ended up being a nice day.

Now onto the action:

Stage 1, Steel Gallery, was a shotgun only speed course that required a slug shot on a drop Turner, and featured 12 poppers. No surprise here, but unlimited shotgun guys lead the way here with the higher capacity, with Jeret Howard setting the pace at 11.83, with Clayton Daigle right behind him at 12.18. For the Practical guys who required a reload, Daniel Luxich set the pace with 12.55. For the pistol/PCC only crowd, not having to run the shotgun made a big difference as Roger Henn was out frinybhere with a 6.73.

Stage 2, A New Twist, is a 3GN multigun classifier that required engaging three paper with rifle and then six poppers with pistol. Daniel Luxich set the bar high here in Practical and overall with a 7.56 run. In Pistol only, not gun transition was required and that propelled Roger Henn to a 5.64 run.

Stage 3, Your Way, was a rifle or pistol choice on a 11 target field course. Jeret Howard lead the pack here again with a 11.63 run, with Roger Henn right behind him in Pistol Only with a 11.63.

Stage 4. Tiger Balm, was a big field course that required all three guns. This was the make or breaker for most people’s matches today. Dustin Stevens laid down a smoking run of 33.04 to lead the way in Practical and Overall, with Jeret Howard right behind him in unlimited with a 33.83. In the Pistol Only category, Roger Henn lead the way with a 24.44.

With the final results came in, here is how it stacked up:

Jeret Howard made to switch from USPSA Limited to 3GN Unlimited and it paid off, with both the unlimited and overall match win with a total time of 68.07.

Ivan Deroche was next Overall, and first in Practical with a 78.64. Daniel Luxich was right behind him at 79.24.

Calvin Lindsay took the win in Heavy Sport, and Jim Francis won the Unlimited PCC division.

In the Pistol Only category, Roger Henn took the win over his dad Gerwin. Ken Hablitzel was third.

In PCC Only, Bryant Willett edged out Gerald Benton, with Roger Follette and Ronald Hinton 3rd & 4th.

Geneva Williams won Rimfire Rifle Only.

Full results can be found at the link below:


We thank everyone who can out to shoot today, especially those who helped setup and make the match happen. It was a big team effort today.

Reminder that the next June 2017 3GN match will be single gun Pistol/PCC, and then in July we’ll be back to our regular schedule of 3gun matches.

See you at the next match!

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BPSA May 2017 3GN, Saturday May 20th!

The BPSA May 2017 3GN Match will be held May 20th, 2017 at Coast Rifle & Pistol Club near Biloxi, MS.

The match is 4 stages of 3GN Multigun with Time Plus with Points scoring. There will be a 3GN classifier if you are a member.


$15 CRPC Members
$20 non-CRPC members
Juniors, Ladies, and setup crew shoot free.
Payment will be accepted at registration.

Setup starts at 7am. Registration opens at 8:30am. Shooter meeting at 8:45am. Shooting starts at 9AM.
Gate code is 7000

We are using 3GN divisions as listed in the Quick Reference Guide at the following link:

In addition, also going to offer the following custom divisions: PCC Only, Rimfire Rifle Only, and Pistol Only.

These divisions are unlimited and will not use the single gun scoring method, however. 3GN multigun scoring will be used for all divisions (2 anywhere or 1 In 8″ center to neutralize)

See you at the match!

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May 2017 Poplarville pistol match results

May 14, 2017 Leave a comment

Dawson PrecisionMother’s Day is usually a light match for us. For the past 7 years, the May match has averaged just 17 shooters. Today was a reflection of the renewed interest in the Poplarville club over the past year or so, and we saw 37 shooters competing. Quite a few were shooting a different division than they normally do. Most of those were practicing for the upcoming Mississippi State Limited 10/PCC/Carry Optics Championship match in Biloxi in two weeks. But everyone had a great time!

We shot just 5 stages today, so we could all get home early. The stages were supposed to be quick and easy, but a couple of them turned out to be a bit more challenging that expected. Those regular Open/Limited shooters practicing for the L10 match found that reloading all the time isn’t exactly fun or even easy. When shooting Open or Limited, one reload is the norm for most stages. Today, having to reload up to 4 times was a great test for what may come. It also pointed out just how little practice we get doing this on the clock. Shooters, you are welcome!

Ok, let’s move on to why you’re all here. Today’s match winner is no stranger to the top spot. However, he did it the hard way today. The overall winner and Limited 10 winner was  Read more…

2017 Mississippi CQB Rifle Championship Announcement

The 2017 Mississippi CQB Rifle Championship will be held August 27th, 2017 at Coast Rifle & Pistol Club near Biloxi, MS.

The second annual Mississippi CQB Championship match will be five fast paced stages of all paper targets shot in an AM/PM format under 3GN Multigun Rules.

Divisions will be Unlimited Rifle, Unlimited PCC, and Unlimited Rimfire Rifle. There will be complimentary food available at lunch between sessions in the clubhouse. Awards ceremony and prize drawings at the conclusion of the match in the clubhouse.

Stages will be in the pistol bays, with no target over 25 yards. There will be no mandatory reloads, and stages will not require more than 30 rounds, so minimal gear is needed to compete.

Just show up with a rifle, a 30 or 40 round magazine, ammo, and of course eye and ear protection and you will be good to go. Recommend 150 rounds, bring more if you plan on missing. Chamber flags required.

Range Master: Clayton Welch
Match Director: Steven Mosher

One Palmetto State Armory AR15 and one Palmetto State Armory 9mm PCC will be given away by random draw at the award ceremony. Need not be present to win.

State Champion in each division, open to MS residents.
1st-3rd place overall in each division, open to everyone.
High Lady, High Senior, High Super Senior, and High Junior in each division.

Registration will open at 7pm on May 16th on Practiscore at the following link:
Limited to first 120 entries. Any registration after that will go to the waitlist.

Once registered and approved you will be sent squadding and payment info. You have 14 days from registering to pay or you will be removed from the match. Refunds will be given up to 30 days prior to the match.

We are in need of 30 staff members to run the match, 15 per session. Three staff members will be assigned per squad. Staff will shoot FREE. If you would like to volunteer as staff, check the desired boxes indicating so on the registration form. Please note, not all applications may be accepted once we have 30 staff positions filled. You will receive email confirming if you have been selected as staff.

We are also in need of setup crew members to setup the match. The match will be completely setup the evening before. Setup crew will shoot FREE. If you would like to volunteer as setup crew, check the box indicating so on the registration form. Please note, not all applications may be accepted once we have all setup crew positions filled.You will receive email confirming if you have been selected as setup crew.

We will be running an AM and PM schedule.
AM schedule shoots from 9am-12:30pm
PM schedule shoots from 1pm-4:30pm.
Award ceremony at 5pm.

You are allowed to shoot twice, as long as you shoot in a different division, and you will be entered twice to win the prizes. (ie. PCC in AM and Rifle in PM)
***If you shoot twice, it must be separate schedules, AM and PM. No shooting twice in same schedule.*** If you plan on shooting twice, sign up twice, pay twice.

See you at the match!

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May 2017 Poplarville USPSA Pistol match reminder

Dawson Precision

The South Mississippi Practical Shooting Association will host the monthly USPSA Pistol match Sunday (May 14, 2017) at the range in Poplarville. The match will begin at 9 AM.

Next Sunday is Mother’s Day, so the match will be short and sweet. Online registration is available by clicking the giant button below. Please sign up if you plan on attending.



May 2017 Poplarville 3-Gun match results

May 7, 2017 1 comment

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We tied the record turnout for 3-gun, at least in the modern era, with 25 shooters actually showing up and shooting. The weather was spectacular and the stages equally as fine. The stages were reasonably balanced but none were pushovers.  All were challenging in their own way. Some figured them out and some didn’t.

The match scores were a bit delayed today because we had lots to pick up and no one waited around for the scores, so I just waited until I got home to actually combine everything. I wasn’t surprised at the results, and I don’t think anyone will be, either. On top of the heap, once again, was Read more…