shtc ?

johnrice

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im a boot to rifle matches . i have shot 3 local matches. really want to do the shtc with my son. have a few quetions for you all.
1 do each of us need a tripod or can we share?
2 tried to look up videos on how a typical stage was ran with 2 shooters but no joy.
any advice would be appreciated, oh i listend to everyday sniper podcast on the team challenge.
 

DieselWSM

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Hi John,

The team match is ran exactly like a singles match except you get almost twice the time. Tyipcally 5:30 per stage. The SHTC is a "run what you brung" matchj and 2 of everything is highly encouraged, especially tripods. Most stages are blind with all ranges required to be obtained on the clock. You can pair fire or shoot one shooter then the 2nd all the way through. Some stages like the mover will require alternating (1st shooter completes then 2nd). It is a field match so dont expect to see a lot of PRS style engagements (you know...treading water while trying to shoot off of a beach ball), the stages are more designed around using natural terrain features and practical applications. The match is hosted by Frank (at Carl Taylors range), both of whom are HOGs. Not a lot of gimmicks and "unpractical or untactical" scenarios

Reach out if you have more questions.

Clint
 
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johnrice

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Mar 19, 2018
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Hi John,

The team match is ran exactly like a singles match except you get almost twice the time. Tyipcally 5:30 per stage. The SHTC is a "run what you brung" matchj and 2 of everything is highly encouraged, especially tripods. Most stages are blind with all ranges required to be obtained on the clock. You can pair fire or shoot one shooter then the 2nd all the way through. Some stages like the mover will require alternating (1st shooter completes then 2nd). It is a field match so dont expect to see a lot of PRS style engagements (you know...treading water while trying to shoot off of a beach ball), the stages are more designed around using natural terrain features and practical applications. The match is hosted by Frank (at Carl Taylors range), both of whom are HOGs. Not a lot of gimmicks and "unpractical or untactical" scenarios

Reach out if you have more questions.

Clint
thank you, definitly love the field portion. i drive a extra 2 hrs to shoot at a match thats mostly field course vs my home match.