Stage 4. Shotgun, Pistol.
This was one of the involved and elaborate field stages in the fantastic natural terrain of the
NRAWC. The shooter started up a gully with 10 shot targets, two interspersed slug targets. About
2/3 the way up the hill, the shooter transitioned to pistol and engaged another bunch of pistol
targets in the woods. Stage planning was critical, and several shooters on our squad made mistakes
which resulted in non-engaged targets, backtracking, or misses.
Jimmy Holdsworth sprints to the first slug engagement on Stage 5.
Jimmy engages the star before continuing to the rest of the pistol targets.
Stage 5. Pistol, Rifle.
Stage five started with several rifle steel within 200 yards and some rifle paper. After ditching
his rifle, the shooter used two pick-up revolvers to engage close-range steel with a gun in each
hand. Next, he used his own pistol to run up about a 50-yard path with both paper and steel
Stage 5 starts with long-range rifle engagements.
Stage 5 continues with short-range paper targets for rifle.
Next, the shooter (here Jarmo from Nordic Components), runs up a path to finish with a bunch of