KALASHNI-CON! 2020 Winter TACT-AK-AL Shoot

Sponsored by Palmetto State Armory, and hosted by Tactical Sh*t, this will be the first annual, multi-day Winter TACT-AK-AL shoot-out!

With only 60 slots available, this year’s registration for Kalashni-Con will be via Practiscore, at: https://practiscore.com/2020-winter-tact-ak-al-match-january-25th-26th-houston-mo/register. Payment is $100 for a 3-day pass/$90 for a 2-day pass/$70 for a 1-day pass (all of which includes the $15 range fee), and will be due at the time of registration. Shirt fees are seperate.

For updates, announcements and details be sure to monitor the event Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/kalashnicon/.

Or visit their fourm at: https://www.akfiles.com/forums/showthread.php?t=391652

The match will be held at Big Piney Sportsman’s Club, near Houston, MO from January 25th to the 26th.

Big Piney Sportsman’s Club

  • 18012 Highway B
  • Houston, MO 65483
  • Website: https://bigpineysportsmansclub.com
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Big-Piney-Sportsmans-Club-172605702756470/
  • Blog: https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/bigpineysportsmansclub/
  • BPSC is located approximately 4 miles out of Houston, MO on Highway B. On the map, that is approximately half way between Houston and Raymondville. If you are driving from Rolla southbound on 63 you turn LEFT on Highway B at the bottom of the hill before crossing the bridge at the edge of Houston. Coming from Cabool northbound on 63 you go through Houston and turn RIGHT on Highway B after crossing the bridge, and before going up the hill. Pretty hard to miss. BPSC will be on the Right side of the roadway. Look for a large timber-frame sign on the right (south side of road).

Full Match Details:

Match Stages

(PLEASE NOTE: PHYSICAL DIFFICULTY (PD) AND SHOOTING DIFFICULTY (SD) INFO NEXT TO EACH MATCH DESCRIPTION). ALL MATCHES ARE TIMED WITH A +/- POINTS SYSTEM FOR GOING OVER/UNDER TIME & TARGETS MISSED!

  • SATURDAY, JANUARY 25th
    • Protect The Embassy – Rifle (PD: moderate to difficult – some sprinting; SD: moderate to difficult) 30 hits rifle
      • Various scenarios and shooting positions
        Multiple steel and cardboard/paper targets
    • Steel Rifle Challenge – Rifle (PD: easy; SD: moderate) 40 hits rifle
      • 5 steel targets at various distances
        Make two hits on each of 5 plates, in designated order, ending on the “stop” plate, repeat 4 times
        MUST make hits on target in order to proceed to engage the next target
    • SAIGA5.45’S Pushup Challenge – Rifle (PD: moderate to difficult SD: moderate to difficult) 40 hits rifle
      • 1 Steel target at 100 yards
        10 push-ups, 10 hits, rinse & repeat 4 times
    • Transition Speed Drill (PD: easy; SD: easy) 5 hits pistol, 5 hits rifle
      • standing unsupported shooting position
        Steel targets at various distances (near [<25 yd] & far [>50 yd])
        Shooter starts with unloaded and cleared weapons either slung/holstered or on table. Loaded mags on table. On command from RSO, shooter loads mag, charges weapon and shoots until he makes 5 hits, then transitions to other weapon and repeats (pistol shoots close, rifle shoots far)
    • 2-Gun Shoothouse – Rifle (PD: moderate – some sprinting; SD: moderate) TBD hits pistol, TBD hits rifle
      • Multiple steel and cardboard/paper targets
    • Rescue The Hostage (NIGHT SHOOT!!)- Pistol (PD: moderate – some sprinting; SD: moderate to difficult) TBD rounds pistol
      • THIS WILL BE RUN AT NIGHT!!! Shooters will need headlamps (cannot use weapon lights as sole means of navigation)
        Shoothouse scenario with mutliple ‘rooms’ & various barriers & walls
        Multiple steel targets
        Some targets are ‘friendlies’ (DQ if the hostage/friendlies are hit!!)
  • SUNDAY, JANUARY 26th
    • Long Distance Challenge – Rifle (PD: easy; SD: increasing shot difficulty) 7 hits rifle
      • 1 supported static shooting posture (simulated rooftop?, barrels?)
      • 7 steel targets at various distances to engage (first target is 300-yards, continuing in 50-yard increments to 600-yards)
      • You must score a hit at each distance to advance to engage the next target (for example, until you ring the gong at 300 – you can’t take the next shot at the 350 gong)
    • Steel Pistol Challenge – Pistol (PD: easy; SD: moderate) 31 hits pistol
      • Texas Star, lollipops & horizontal plate racks
      • Neutralize all targets down as fast as possible
    • IED/Suicide Vest Workshop – Pistol & Rifle (PD: moderate – some sprinting SD: moderate to difficult) TBD rounds pistol; TBD rounds rifle
    • Shoothouse scenario with mutliple ‘rooms’ & various barriers & walls
      • Multiple steel and cardboard/paper targets
      • Targets are engaged based on threat (some are head shots only, some are no-shoot, etc.)
      • BOOBYTRAPS, HEAVY PENALTIES for setting them off!!
    • Back And Forth [/COLOR])- Pistol & Rifle (PD: moderate; SD: moderate) TBD hits rifle; 24 hits pistol
      • Steel targets at various distances
      • Weapons will be positioned at shooting positions & stay there throughout match
      • From start position, shooter moves to rifle position, makes hits each on designated steel target(s), places rifle on ground with safety ON, then moves to pistol position
      • Shooter picks up pistol and makes hits each on designated steel target(s), places pistol on ground with safety ON, then moves back to rifle position, repeat 4 times

When shooting steel, there is a restriction on caliber, muzzle velocity and type of bullet. There are no restrictions with paper. There is more info on all of this below – MAKE SURE YOU READ IT

Zeroing should be relegated to the 200-yard range. There is a fixed target frame at 100 meters (not yards) so it’s perfect to verify zero for AK’s. Then there are the mobile frames and another fixed frame at 200 yards.

Ammo restrictions:

There are caliber, muzzle energy, and bullet type restrictions on our steel. No armor-piercing, green tip, or steel core. No large magnum calibers over .30 caliber and no more than 3,000 ft/pounds of energy at the muzzle. On our 3-gun course, we don’t allow buckshot, slugs, or AP rounds. Bi-metal bullets like those that Tula loads are okay. We don’t really have a caliber restriction on the 3-gun course so we take it on a case by case basis. We don’t allow rounds like the .22 TCM because they crater the steel pretty bad. You can shoot the paper targets with the plywood backing with anything you want.”

NO 7N6 OR STEEL CORE/TIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DAILY SCHEDULE:

If anyone can head over to BPSC on Thursday afternoon to help prep/set up, it will be much appreciated. It will also save us a lot of time on Friday!!

  • SATURDAY, JANUARY 25th
    • 08:00 – 9:00 Show up at range, free shoot / check zero
    • 09:00 – 09:30 Safety / Information briefing, facility orientation
    • 09:30 – 12:00 Start Day 1 matches
    • 12:00 – 13:00 LUNCH (catered by Savor BBQ)
    • 13:00 – 18:00 Resume Day 1 matches
    • 18:00 – 18:30 Shut down range
    • 18:30 – 19:00 Head back to hotel for cleanup
    • 19:00 – 21:00 Dinner at Cozumel
  • SNDAY, JANUARY 26th
    • 08:00 – 9:00 Show up at range
    • 09:00 – 09:30 Safety / Information briefings. Q&A
    • 09:30 – 12:00 Start Day 2 matches
    • 12:00 – 13:00 LUNCH (pick up from Subway)
    • 13:00 – 16:00 Resume Day 2 matches
    • 16:00 – 17:00 Start closing range & clean up
    • 17:00 – ????? Bullshit & peel out