Ontelaunee Rod & Gun Club – 3 Gun Program

Registration Link for 2019 Matches

To signup for Match notifications and our News Letter, go to BSS Ontelaunee 3-Gun

March 2019 Spring 3-gun Range Officer Workshop:
The Ontelaunee 3-gun Program will be holding its second R/O workshop in March 2019. Signup for the workshop will begin on January 13th on Practiscore.com. Click here for detailed information on this workshop.

The 3-Gun Program at Ontelaunee Rod and Gun Club
Is planning (5) 3-Gun matches for the 2019 Season and
We are a 3-Gun Nation affiliated club.

Pending Match Dates for 2019 :
1.) Saturday May 4th & Sunday May5th
2.) Saturday June 1st and Sunday June 2nd
3.) Saturday July 6th and Sunday July 7th
4.) Sunday August 4th (No Saturday Option)
5.) Saturday August 31st and Sunday September 1st
(Shooters have Choice of Day on 2 day matches)

An Assortment of Youtube Links of Past Matches

Match Information:
a.) Shooter Check-in will open 60 minutes prior to the start of the match
b.) 1st Time 3-Gun Shooter safety check begins 1 hour prior to the start of the match
c.) Match briefing is 15 minutes before the start of match
d.) Shooters arriving late and not registered a minimum of 30 minutes before the start of the match, will have to wait till after the shooters meeting to check-in and get assigned and or approved to shoot, late arrivals are subject to loss of slot to waiting walk on shooters if not registered 30 minutes before scheduled start time.

3GN MULTIGUN RULES Apr 2017 V1 – ONT3G-2017

Match RULES: We are a 3 Gun Nation Club Member and are following 3 Gun Nation rules for the 2019 season and the link above is a pdf of the rules. Safety is most important and our first concern at all matches and the majority of DQ’s happen when shooters are unfamiliar with the basic rules. We strongly suggest reading the rules to get an overview and understand the equipment and what’s expected at the match. All Long Guns are required to have chamber flags in them at all times. Do not Un Bag your firearms at the vehicles to rack in your carts, use the safe tables located though out the designated competition range area.

Divisions Honored: The matches honor the following 3-Gun Nation Divisions. Practical, Factory, Unlimited, Practical PCC and Unlimited PCC. Please note that Heavy Optic and Heavy Sport are not being offered at this time.

Stages Layout:

  • The matches normally consist of 7 stages. We welcome those interested in 3-gun to come out and see how much fun it can be. Matches are held in an array of bays at Ontelaunee Rod & Gun Club. We run a minimum of six 3-Gun Nation classifier stages during the season, and we allow re-shoots and alternate Division shoots, There is a $5.00 charge for each classifier re-shoot and or alternate division to shoot each classifier.

One of the exciting things in 3-gun is the option for the competitor to choose which firearm they will use in a stage. The option to use rifle, pistol or shotgun at each stage is shooter choice except when designated in the stage briefing. Certain targets will be designated for specific firearms only in the match and stage briefing. A review of the video links above will provide a look at the types of stages we have at out matches.

We will not be posting stage layouts before the matches. For those wishing to get an earlier glimpse of the stage layouts you have 2 simple options. The first is to come help setup, you not only get to see them you get a lot of time to walk through them. The second option is to come out early and walk them before the match begins. Because of time restraints on match day Each squad is limited to 5 minutes once your squad R/O has arrived and the previous squad has moved on.

Estimated Round Counts: Because each shooter has the option to neutralize each target with multiple choices of firearms, we don’t provide round counts. What we do provide is what we call a Safe Ammo Count Packing List. You will not use all the ammunition listed on this list, however it is better to take home what you didn’t use, than to not have the right amount with you.

Pistol: 300 rounds
AR Rifle/PCC Carbine: 200 Rounds (No Steel tip, green tip, Armor Piercing, tracers or exploding rounds)
250 Rounds of Birdshot and 20 Slugs
(12, 16 & 20 gauge lead shot only in 6, 7-1/2, 8 and 9)
* absolutely no steel shot allowed*

New to 3-Gun: For those of you new to 3-Gun and looking for basic information on the sport, the following link is the beginning of a webpage with links to other webpages and Youtube videos started to help others find information on the sport. We look forward to seeing you at the range.

For additional questions contact Tom