ARPC and Greenbelt 3 Gun Event, Saturday 14 April 0900 -1400 hrs


Arlington Rifle and Pistol Club and Greenbelt will be hosting a joint 3 Gun event on Saturday 14 April on the AGC 200 yd range from 0900 to 1400. This is a TWO stage event. We will commence the first stage at 0900 and once all have completed, we will reset for the second stage. Once both stages are completed, we will have some open shooting time. Be mindful that if you show up in the middle of the stage, you will be eyeballed by the other shooters and have to wait until the next stage or when all other shooters are done before you can join the event.


.223/ 5.56 only for rifle (no green tip or armor piercing)

9, 40, 45 for pistol (no magnum)

Bird only shot for shotgun


AR and AR type variants. No AR pistols or AK’s.

Semiauto pistols preferred

Shotgun of your choice as long as it operates safely and doesn’t jam more than it shoots. Maybe bring a shotgun that holds more than 3 shells so we don’t need to use a sun dial to time your stage instead of a shot timer.


Holster, mag holders, shell caddy, pistol belt, full coverage eye pro, ear pro, weather appropriate clothing, and at least two mags per gun. Work gloves are a good idea if you are handling lead infested steel. Folding chair unless you like sitting on the ground.

We will be at the club shed for load out at around 0800hrs and then setup on the 200 yd range. The general rule of thumb is either be early to help setup or stay late to breakdown. We get on and off the range faster with all of your help.

The safety brief is at 0900 and every shooter arriving will get a brief before they participate. The event starts as soon as everyone is briefed. No one shoots without a safety brief. This is formatted event with a 0900ish start time. So please be on time.

Shooter donation for the steel fund is $10. The most fun you can have for ten bucks with your clothes on. Sarcasm is provided free of charge.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Saturday’s forecast is for 80 degrees. Running is encouraged to keep things moving along. Drink water, dress weather appropriate and don’t pass out. Check your gear. Holsters warm up and get loose. Tighten those screws. I get to keep any pistols that fall out on the ground.

Any questions, send me an email through the website to the Executive Officer link. See you there!



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