October 20, 2009

Day-Night-Day Match Set for Dec. 12-13

LONDONDERRY, N.H.--Like to shoot in the dark? Then make plans to compete in the Day-Night-Day match being held December 12-13 at The Range in Oxford, N.C.

The Day-Night-Day match is comprised of three separate events and competitors compete in one, two or all three events. During the Night Championship, competitors will negotiate six courses of fire under the low light conditions of the winter evening sky.

“Our night match is one of the few true low light outdoor matches in the country making it a big draw for serious handgun competitors, bringing in shooters from the IDPA, USPSA and ICORE disciplines. We expect this year’s match to be the best ever,” said Scott Ruby, sponsor coordinator for the Day-Night-Day match.

Insight Technology

Photo courtesy of Insight Technology

Insight Technology, the title sponsor of the evening portion of the match, will provide its products on loan, giving competitors the opportunity to test the equipment under stressful conditions. The Insight Technology Night Championship will be held on the evening of Saturday, December 12 and is limited to 80 shooters.

The Range is widely regarded in the competition community for the quality of its matches and challenging course designs. It is also home to the Carolina Cup, one of the three major matches on the IDPA circuit.

More than 18,000 rounds will be put downrange across all three matches as competitors compete for titles in two divisions – Weapon Mounted Lights or Handheld Lights.

For more information, please visit www.The-Range.com.

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