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Stage 6. Rifle. This stage was positioned in the pine forest on the south side of the main road of NRAWC. The shooter starts moving laterally and engaging over a mag's-worth of rifle paper. At the end, two rifle positions had steel flash targets to 320 yards, with a mandatory long-range tagret at 490 yards.

Jimmy Holdsworth engages the short-range targets before running to the final positions.

On the move.

On the move.

Zak engages the long-range rifle targets from the last two positions.

Stage 7. Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun. This stage, held in the gully by the old general store near the West end of NRAWC. Basically, the shooter started with shotgun and pistol engaging a mix of close-range pistol, rifle, and slug targets. Then he transitioned to rifle and finished with a mix of long and short-range rifle targets.

Tim Ubl engages the shotgun targets at the begining of Stage 7.

Stage 8. Shotgun, Pistol. Stage 8 was the blind stage, with the only information known is that there would be shot, slug, and pistol targets numbered in order along a windy path through rock and woods.

Again, this match was rifle intensive and no shooter could hope to place well without very good rifle shooting. Specifically, the majority of the scoring impact of the match came from rifle, and the majority of rifle scoring came from targets beyond 100 yards. This target mix may see the "evolution" of Tactical division optics from those optimized for 0 - 250 yards, to those with more magnification and better drop-compensating features.