November 5th, 2018
Range Officers shoot November 4th, and shooters on the 5th. (No RO Experience Required)
2018 Match starts in
Registration closed Sunday, 10/27/2018.
Sunday 11/4/2018: RO Briefing 0700. Shooting begins at 0730. Mags loaded. No Steel.
Monday 11/5/2018: 0600- 0700: Breakfast at the JESTC Staff Development Center
0700: Shooters Briefing. Shooting begins at 0730. Mags loaded, no steel!
Note: Round Count Totals corrected and updated on 10/31/2018.
Stage 3 is a Rifle Standards Drill. Briefing for your review is provided by the Stage Director, Mike Dowd. Thanks, Mike.
RIFLE STANDARDS DRILL Briefing- Stage 3
Shot on one B-27 target with white index card placed horizontal in center of head. All shots are center mass unless directed to engage the head. Head shots must hit the index card to count. Each shooter has a base time of 100 seconds to start with. B-27 will be scored as:
Designated head shot, and X and 10 ring plus 0 seconds
9’s plus 2 seconds
8’s plus 3 seconds
7’s plus 4 seconds
Hits out of the scoring rings or missed head shots plus 5 seconds
Shooters are cautioned to shoot expeditiously as time limits are rather tight. Late shots will be taken from the x ring during scoring. Ammunition management is the shooters responsibility.
50 yard line (9 rounds)
3 shots standing, 3 shots kneeling, 3 shots prone 25 secs maximum time
50 yard line (6 rounds)
Loaded rifle with safety on laying on ground approximately 2 yards in front of shooter. RO will announce shooter number followed immediately be start buzzer. Shooter will have 7 secs to retrieve rifle and fire 2 shots from a position of their choice. Each shooter will get 3 starts for a total of 6 shots. Shooter’s turn could be given at time. Shooter numbers will be given from a random number script. Only one shooter will shoot at a time.
35 yard line (4 rounds)
Shooter will start with chamber loaded, empty magazine in rifle. On start buzzer shooter will have 15 seconds to shoot 4 shots position of your choice. Shooter must shoot the first round out of the chamber before the reload. Failure to shoot the proper order will result in X’s being taken for each shot. All shooters will shoot at the same time.
35 yard line (6 rounds)
Shooter will start with chamber loaded. Magazine with 2 rounds will be placed in rifle. On start buzzer shooter will have 15 seconds to fire 3 rounds standing, reload, and 3 rounds kneeling. Failure to shoot the proper order will result in X’s being taken for each shot. All shooters will shoot at the same time.
25 yard line (12 rounds)
Shooter will walk forward with rifle at the low ready. RO will randomly hit the start buzzer allowing the shooter to shoot 2 shots within 3 secs. There will be 6 starts for a total of 12 shots. Shooters will randomly be picked to shoot one at a time.
15 yard line (4 rounds)
Strings will start with a loaded rifle, safety on, laying on the ground approximately 2 yards in front of shooter.
String one will start with the shooter leaving his left hand in a pocket throughout the course of fire. On start buzzer retrieve your rifle and shoot 2 shots from the position of your choice.
String two will start with the shooter leaving his right hand in a pocket throughout the course of fire. On the start buzzer retrieve your rifle and shoot 2 shots from the position of your choice.
Time limit per string is 10 seconds. All shooters will shoot this stage together.
7 yard line (9 rounds)
On buzzer shooter will engage targets with 2 shots center mass and 1 head shot. Time limit is 3 secs. There will be 3 starts for a total of 9 shots. All shooters will shoot this stage together.
Total round count: 50
Monday, November 5, 2018
5 Stages. Active Law Enforcement/Military Only
Voodoo on the Bayou 3-gun 2018 will be held on Monday, November 5, 2018 at the Louisiana
Joint Emergency Services Training Center (JESTC)
in Zachary, Louisiana.
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The Fallen Louisiana
Law Enforcement Officers Fund
Voodoo on the Bayou 3-gun match is the annual fund-raiser sponsored by the Fallen Louisiana Law Enforcement Officers Fund. This fund is a non-profit corporation that makes respite grants to families of Louisiana law enforcement officer’s families who have lost their loved one in the line of duty. For more information, or to donate directly, please contact the Match Director, John Huber.