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Sat, Jun 03


CCC Shooting Complex

Lonestar Heroes Run N Gun

This is a 1 day, 2 gun biathlon event, a collaboration between Third Coast Tactical and Texas Carbine! 6 stations spread over an unknown distance course at the CCC Shooting Complex.

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Lonestar Heroes Run N Gun
Lonestar Heroes Run N Gun

Time & Location

Jun 03, 2023, 7:00 AM – 6:50 PM CDT

CCC Shooting Complex, 9010 Bob Moore Rd, Navasota, TX 77868, USA


About the event

This event is a 2-gun biathlon, and a collaboration between Third Coast Tactical and Texas Carbine. Competitors carry a rifle and pistol, hiking an unknown distance, to predetermined courses of fire ranging in distance. Each competitor must carry everything needed to complete the course with them when they start.

120 competitors, 1-day event.

Recommend ammunition regardless of selected participant class, 210 rounds rifle, 100 rounds pistol (Note this amount of ammunition ensure all participants have the best chance of completing all stages with ammunition to spare).

 Event timeline:

o First heat departs at 7:40 a.m.

o Last heat departs at 3:40 p.m.

o Match finish 6:30 p.m.

o Awards ceremony 6:45 p.m.

Course Description

§ Competitors will be able to choose from 3 classes:

o Light "Light fighter" = Rifle/Pistol (hard type holster required), 3 Mags for each, water source, eye/ear pro

o Medium "Tactical" = All the above, including front and back ballistic plates

o Heavy "Grunt" = All the above, including rucksack with 35lb dry weight. You will drop ruck upon arrival at the shooting stations in order to shoot.

Course will be between 4-7km in length with 6 stages. The stages are named after Texas Military Heroes that inspired the concept of fire.

o The Roy – MSGT Roy P. Benavidez, Medal of Honor - Vietnam

o The Travis – LT. COL William B. Travis – The Alamo

o The Smith – SFC Paul R. Smith, Medal of Honor - Iraq

o The Gonzalez – SGT Alfredo Cantu Gonzalez, Medal of Honor - Vietnam

o The Bowie – COL James Bowie – Sandbar Fight, Texas

o The Murphy – 2LT Audie L. Murphy, Medal of Honor – World War 2

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