This year’s GAP Grind match took place 16-18 October at the K&M Shooting Complex in Finger, Tennessee. Competitors from law enforcement, military and civilian communities participated in what is a fast-paced demanding competition.
Cory West, of Texas, took top honors at the event with a score of 165.00.
Course Of Fire Background:
The GAP Grind presents a notoriously challenging opportunity to engage targets—paper, steel, moving and reactive—at distances of up to 1,200 yards, with minimal down-time between stages.
The 2015 course was comprised of 20+ stages, in which competitors each fired 200+ shots at long-distance targets, which varied in size and difficulty based on distance and time allotted. Most stages included “stressors” such as time limits or required movements.