We're now as close to certain as we can be, barring any unforseen further COVID-19 restrictions, that Dall IPSC Challenge will go ahead. We may not have as many helpers and RO's as usual, so competitors may be be asked to help paste targets. For our foreign competitors: you'll probably need to show that you have booked a stay for at least 6 days in Denmark. For competitors who have asked to camp at the range, we can provide a reservation confirmation for 3 days stay. Some of our Swedish competitors may not be allowed to enter Denmark, there's nothing we can do about that, please keep informed and plan accordingly. If you can't make our 2020 match, you can secure a slot in our 2021 match already! We'll move your registration, lunch payment etc. to next year. Next years match will be August 28-29. Please contact the match director , if you would like to move your slot to 2021. We also offer a refund of the match fee.
The guidelines have been updated, and it is not looking good. The Danish government has established rules that only a few nationalities (Germans and Norwegians) are allowed to enter Denmark, and that people entering need to be able to provide proof that they're staying for a minimum for 6 days. Obviously, most of our competitors were only planning to stay for 3-4 days. We will be looking at the possibilities over the next couple of days, and will keep you updated.
Thanks to our friends at Zero Mike Armory, we had a Ruger GP100 to give away to one of the people who helped build the stages for Dall IPSC Challenge 2019. Some people are both skilled and lucky, and the winner of the Builders Gun was the same skilled guy, who won a gun at the 2019 Dall IPSC Challenge Shootoff. Congratulations Bo Stampe Madsen , you're certainly born under a lucky star!