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November 2019 Brothers N Arms USPSA Match Results

November 17, 2019 Leave a comment

It was a triumphant return to action in Hattiesburg today, with 61 people coming out for the new Brothers N Arms match. What was new was the match staff. Nick Brandt has taken over as Match Director and Bryce Dupuy as chief stage designer. He designed the stages, and along with his brother Blayne and their dad also built all 7 stages for today’s match. Great job, guys!

Couple this new team with perfect weather and you have a great day of shooting. Seven stages and six squads indicates the desire is still there for a match in Hattiesburg. We thank all the shooters for the support. We know many of you traveled a long way to shoot with us, sometimes eschewing a closer match just because of the quality you have come to expect from this match. We really appreciate your confidence in us.

While the match staff has changed, the names at the top of the leader board look more familiar. With the overall and Open division win was none other than Read more…

USPSA Pistol returns to Hattiesburg! **UPDATE**

November 13, 2019 Leave a comment

**UPDATE November 13, 2019**

At this time, we have 62 65 66 68 registered shooters for the match on Sunday! It’s fantastic to see everyone return to support this club. As a bonus for your support, this match will have 6 stages PLUS one classifier. We have even produced a match book to get you pumped! Don’t expect this each and every time, but it’s been a while since we shot there, so consider this a treat. To download it, just click here BNA 2019-11 Match book V1.

A few housekeeping notes are in order, as well. The shooting will start at 9 AM sharp. The range will open by 7:30 AM and check in should be open by 8 AM at the latest. Please arrive NO LATER THAN 8:30 AM to check in. If you are not there by that time, you may be deleted from the match. The match fee will be $20 for all shooters. Unfortunately, all the BNA USPSA club memberships have expired, so everyone will shoot for $20 this time.

The match limit has been raised to 75 shooters and an additional squad has been added. We will try to keep the squad size to 12 or less, so if you want to move, now is the time to do it. We also reserve the right to rearrange things based on no-shows. This may be necessary to balance the squads, but we hope not. The weather should be great on Sunday, so if you are still on the fence, now is the time to sign up!

 

October 11, 2019

We are extremely pleased to announce the return of the Hattiesburg USPSA pistol match! Our next match will be SUNDAY, November 17, 2019. Yes, that’s Sunday and not Saturday. Registration on Practiscore will open at 5 PM, today, October 11, 2019 at 5 PM. Here is your link to register.

While the range will remain the same, Read more…

USPSA Pistol returns to Hattiesburg!

October 11, 2019 2 comments

We are extremely pleased to announce the return of the Hattiesburg USPSA pistol match! Our next match will be SUNDAY, November 17, 2019. Yes, that’s Sunday and not Saturday. Registration on Practiscore will open at 5 PM, today, October 11, 2019 at 5 PM. Here is your link to register.

While the range will remain the same, Read more…

Level II match in Hattiesburg in 2019, Yes or No?

January 1, 2019 4 comments

Would you be interested in a Level II match at the Brothers-N-Arms range in Hattiesburg, MS on Sept. 27-29, 2019 (fifth weekend in September)? The match would have at least 10 stages and could have as many as 12-13. All USPSA divisions would be represented. We are just gauging interest in this match right now. Cost would be in line with other level II matches in this area. Shooting schedules and other details are not yet finalized. The only major match scheduled for this same weekend is the 2019 USPSA “Hicap” Nationals Carry Optics and Limited division match in Utah.

 

Would you be willing to work this match as an RO and get to shoot the match for free?

November 2018 Brothers N Arms USPSA Pistol Match

November 17, 2018 Leave a comment

What started out as a brisk morning warmed up before the first shots. The weather turned out to be quite nice pretty much the whole day as most shooters shed the warm layers quicker than a JJ Racaza double tap. Forty shooters competed on six great stages, with big rounds counts abounding. Not exactly Gator style hosing, nor Nationals style technical shooting but a good mix of fast and slow shooting with just enough movement to keep it interesting.

When the last shots were fired and the scores synced, it was  Read more…

2-Gun match in Hattiesburg on Sunday, January 21

January 16, 2018 Leave a comment

The Brothers-N-Arms club in Hattiesburg will be hosting a 2-gun match this Sunday at 2 PM. Here are some details.

  • Pistol and Rifle/PCC.
  • No major or minor, no divisions, just shoot what you got and be scored like everybody else.
  • 4 stages with 100 rounds of pistol and 100 rounds of rifle being more than adequate for your shooting needs.
  • Scoring will be done like 3-gun.

There is no online registration, but instead it will be done at the match. If you need any further information, contact Justin Green at 601-596-2927. There is a chance of rain Sunday afternoon, so if you plan to shoot check with him before making the drive to make sure the match is still on, if it looks like rain that day.

 

February 2017 Brothers N Arms USPSA Pistol Match Results

February 25, 2017 1 comment

 

Once again, the day started out a bit crisp with a brisk North wind blowing. However, by the time the first shot was fired, it seemed to have calmed down and turned out to be a very pleasant day. In all, 55 shooters made it out to test their skills on 6 great stages. More and more steel is appearing at our match and hopefully, you like it. There were quite a few comments last month and most favored more rather than less steel. So, there you go…

When the six stages were done and the scores tallied, there was little drama about the results. For the second month in a row, the overall match winner and Limited division winner was  Read more…

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