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5 Tips on Approaching Your First Multigun Night Match

There is something special about multigun matches. Not only are they exhilarating, but they also test your skills and bring you to the very limit of what means to be a marksman. However, if you want to take it to the next level, give dark multigun matches a chance. To be better prepared for the tactical adventure, read our five essential tips.

  1. Fun of the utmost importance

Going into your first match might be a bit stressful. Will I embarrass myself? Will I hit something and fall down like an idiot? You might, but so what? Night matches are all about having fun and enjoying the time with your teammates and friends.

Don’t be afraid of the darkness. Many night matches have ambient lighting that sometimes even changes colors. The entire experience has a party-like feel that will add a sense of fun and exhilaration rather than fear.

  1. Get informed

If you’re not sure what you’re going to bring, don’t be afraid to ask. You can always find the name and email of the event organizer and send them a message. A simple “Hey, this is my first time participating in a night match and I’m not sure what I have to bring.”  is often all you need to clear up any confusion.

Odds are the organizer will be happy to assist you. The community is incredibly supportive of every member, so you will feel right at home. Plus, if you’re well-prepared, you will have much more fun.

  1. Have faith in your gear

When you’re buying guns and other gear, like military headsets or SWAT headsets, you need to be sure that the gear is up to standard. Only purchase from verified sites like www.cjcomponents.com and don’t fall for outlet prices, especially on the cheaper end. If deals appear to be too good to be true, they most likely are.

Once you know you’ve acquired quality gear, you will feel much more confident before your first night match and the results will speak for themselves.

  1. Go through the preparation process

You would be surprised to hear how many people go into their first night match without a good setup or even a functioning light. People often buy either a faulty light or they don’t even know how to mount it to their firearm. The result is that they are forced to navigate through the dark.

If you really want to test your skills and know where you stand, make sure every part of your gear is functional and that you know all the rules.

  1. Never take it too seriously

Night matches are all about fun. No matter how your first experience is, it’s paramount that you turn it into a great memory. Meet new people, have fun and enjoy yourself. That’s what night matches are all about.

Winning is important, but a pleasant experience teaches you so much more about the sport and yourself as well. For an even better first night match, ask some of your friends to join you. They won’t be disappointed!