Last year, Iain Harrison and the Crimson Trace crew put on the world’s first 3-gun competition to take place in complete darkness. It was a fantastic challenge and even though I became disoriented and DQ’ed myself halfway through, it was still one of the most fun competitions I’ve ever been to. You can read about it here (day 1) and here (day 2). And from the looks of things, this year is going to be even more awesome. I just got my invite, so I’ll definitely be bringing you all the action as it happens out in Oregon. Stay tuned . . .
Home Competition Crimson Trace Midnight 3-Gun 2013: Here We Go Again
That’s what’s up. Can’t wait to see all that comes from it!
Taking a training course in the snow doesn’t seem that dangerous to me, but this seems crazy. I’m really curious how they maintain safety in the pitch black.
If it’s home defense, then you know the environment, at least.
Everyone wears glow sticks, one on the front and one on the back, and the ROs have NVGs.
Different colors for front and back, so you can tell which direction the shooter is facing?
RSO wears green and competitors wear blue, with match staff wearing red. I believe that was the division last year…
Alpha, you’re still alive!
Sounds like fun to me. I like Bend and eastern Oregon a lot.