2018 Surefire World Multigun Championship
Once again, all styles of multi-gun and 3-gun competition come together in 16 grueling stages!
The world’s best will compete in a variety of 3-gun and multi-gun styles including:
large bay style stages
box to box stages
and 2 night stages
Divisional & Firearms Rules Clarifications
Firearms and divisional Rules clarification
YES you may use a different pistol on the night stages provided it fits in your division and the caliber remains the same
-At any time during the event Competitors ARE allowed to change firearms provided they all fit into their registered divisional requirements.
-A firearm is considered to be the combination of a specific caliber/gauge. Competitors may not change caliber/gauge during the course of a match.
-Pistol caliber may not be changed for the duration of the event
-Rifle caliber may not be changed for the duration of the event
-Gauge may not be changed for the duration of the event.
HOPE THIS HELPS
you can change barrel lengths and overall lengths to fit the stage style, and pistols may be change to accept lights for the night stages. but you can only shoot 1 rifle per stage. this is still 3 gun not 4 gun. We just wanted to open up options for such a big match, with so many styles
If you have questions ask
Can I shoot all matches?
You must decide if you want to shoot fun sized or pre-match and have a cheaper match fee with a random draw prize table, or shoot with the best shooters in the world and walk a prize table in order of finish.
How is the match squadded
Fun sized, and pre-match are squadded online. Main match are squadded by division and approximate skill as a shooter. Put any special squadding notes or requests in the “Notes” box when registering.
Can I shoot the weekend match?
Fun Size must shoot in 15th/16th dates, pre-match 18-20th, main 21-23.
Can I use 2 different rifles (one for speed stages, different for long range)?
Yes, as long as both rifles fit the rules for the division you registered for.
Will I need lights for my guns for the night stages?
No. We encourage you to have lights and practice with them but Surefire will provide weapon mounted lights at the stage. We recommend a rail mount on your guns.
Can we use lasers?
Yes, but note that you can ONLY use lasers on the night stages
Do I need to be a USPSA certified range officer to work this match?
No. We will have lots of info going out to the ROs in the coming months. With 16 stages, we will need a lot of help.
Can we drive to the stages?
Some stages permit this, but not all. Most of the match is closed to vehicles. Plan on self carrying gear.