6.2 – Stage Descriptions

A well-written stage description contributes to the success of a match and prevents confusion and frustration among staff and competitors. The written stage description is read to every squad to ensure uniform communication. The written stage description includes, at a minimum, the following elements:

  1. A defensive scenario or a standards (skills test)
  2. Start position
  3. Specifies firearm condition (loaded, unloaded, downloaded)
  4. Procedure
  5. Identifies points of cover and fault lines
  6. Specify using the 180 or points out the muzzle safe points
  7. Specifies the minimum round count and whether the stage is limited or unlimited
  8. Specifies if a concealment garment is NOT required
  9. A descriptive diagram of the CoF is recommended but not required.

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