The sport of 3-Gun can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be cost-prohibitive if you don’t let things get out of hand. Also, don’t start investing in gear until you’ve shot enough matches to get a good sense of what you really need and what works for you in your specific matches.

Once you’ve got a basic set of gear together, keeping your guns fed while staying out of the poorhouse will probably be your biggest challenge, so reloading your own ammo is a great source of savings.

3-Gun Starter Kit

  • Reliable rifle, handgun and shotgun
  • Spare magazines
  • Holster
  • Sturdy belt
  • Magazine pouches
  • Dump pouch for shotgun shells
  • Eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Good attitude

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