Join us for our 2nd Annual Three Gun Competition and Fundraiser Event! All proceeds from this event will go directly to providing counseling services to Veterans, First Responders, and their families.
620 GREATHOUSE ROAD
WAXAHACHIE, TX 75167
4 Man Teams – $400 Per Team
Three Gun Challenge – Competition Info
Five Stage Competition Designed & Hosted by Patrick Talbot of ETTS Gun Range
REGISTRATION OPENS 8:00 AM
COMPETITION BEGINS 9:00 AM
Time Plus scoring will be used to determine the winners.
Prizes will be awarded to: Top Team Overall & Top Individual Overall
Participants will be allotted a single shot, cold-bore (unfired rifle) @ 1000 yards. (30 Caliber & under) Time & hit determines the winner.
$100 per person – Split cash pot prize to the winner!
(That means the more participants, the higher the prize.)
Hosted by former US Army Sniper Timothy Kellner, one of the top snipers in US History.
Participants will be able to utilize various rooms throughout the full size shoot house in order to secure the hostage dummy. The hostage takers in the building will consist of former US Navy SEALs and close quarters combat instructors.
$100 per 4 Man Team
Photos and video allowed at no extra cost.
Highest distinction, steadfast loyalty, a dogged work ethic and unfathomable courage. As a Green Beret who fought an epic battle for which he and his comrades earned the prestigious Silver Star, Sergeant First Class John Wayne Walding has distinguished himself beyond measure on the battlefield. But when Taliban gunfire took his leg in April 2008, the battle of his life was just beginning. In the months that followed that six-hour battle, John’s life would forever be changed, and a new mission was born.
It was during the harrowing battle of Shok Valley on April 6, 2008, that John would lose his leg to a sniper, and yet returned fire for four more hours with his severed lower limb tied to his thigh. The incredible story of that six-hour fight is detailed in the book No Way Out: A Story of Valor in the Mountains of Afghanistan by Mitch Weiss and Kevin Maurer.
Post-injury, John attended Special Forces Sniper School and upon graduation became the first amputee ever to become a Green Beret Sniper. Using a hand crank, he went on to compete in the 2009 Boston Marathon, in which he finished 4th, finished in the top 10 in the 2009 New York Marathon, and ran the Army 10 Miler.
Now he is an entrepreneur at 5 Toes Custom, giving veterans a place for transitioning and wounded vets to come learn a craft and regain their independence in the company of fellow vets who understand that the battle never ends.
THIS EVENT MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS:
Texas Elite Tactical Academy
US Army Sniper