SIG Sauer hosts the third annual Aiming for Charity Match Friday, May 17 to Sunday, May 19, at the SIG Sauer Academy in Epping, New Hampshire. Aiming for Zero is a division of the Active Heroes Foundation, whose mission is to reduce veteran suicide and assist military families.
“SIG SAUER has a long history of supporting veteran organizations, and we are honored to once again sponsor the Aiming for Zero Charity Match and support their mission to reduce veteran suicide,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer, and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “Our partnership with the Active Heroes Foundation, through hosting this match at the SIG SAUER Academy, ensures that one hundred percent of the proceeds raised from the event goes directly to support the services and programs being offered to our veterans and their families.”
The SIG SAUER Aiming for Zero Charity Match is a mix of IDPA, USPSA, and Steel Challenge. The match includes Iron Sights, PCC, and an Optics/Open division. All reactive steel must fall to score. Meanwhile, static steel must shows all hits to count for score.
Match targets include IDPA cardboard targets, featuring point down scoring. IDPA rules such as Failure To Do Right, equaling 20 seconds in penalty, will also be employed. The match awards prizes via the Lewis Scoring System, where it rewards top third, middle third, bottom third shooters, etc.
All IDPA and USPSA legal firearms are legal for this match. Minimum caliber requirement is 9mm. Meanwhile, the first magazine may hold a maximum overall capacity of 11 rounds. All additional mags may hold only 10 rounds overall.
For additional information about the match, registration information, or donate to the event please visit sigsauer.com/aimingforzero.
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