2023 HOOSIER HARVESTER – Team Competitors

//2023 HOOSIER HARVESTER – Team Competitors

2023 HOOSIER HARVESTER – Team Competitors


Purchase this product if you’d like to compete as a Team with another competitor. If you’d like to compete an an Individual, instead purchase this product:


MDs: Nathan Cloud and Andy Mugrage

DATE: July 14-16, 2023

LOCATION: Cory, IN @ Honey Creek Hunt Club

We’re excited to welcome you to the 2023 Hoosier Harvester put on by Nathan Cloud of Cloud Precision LLC and Andy Mugrage of Rivercity Rifle LLC. This hunter event will be held on a 1000 acre reclaimed coal mine with unique land features for central Indiana.

This hunting simulated event will consist of 16-18 stages that will test the hunters’ skills in finding, ranging, and engaging targets of various sizes and distances. Round count will be 64-144 rounds, depending on your skill level completing each stage with either 1st round impacts, vs misses/2nd round impacts, but bring extra for getting velocity/PF for your tiebreaker, and zero’ing your rifle. The average target distance will 650 yards, but expect anywhere from approximately 250 – 1,000 yards. A tripod is encouraged as it is a valuable tool for any hunter. There will be some land to cover so be sure to bring a bag to carry gear and snacks. It is expected to be hot in July, so please be prepared.

The Applied Ballistics lab will be on site for hunters to use in order to gather a custom drag model for their specific rifle system and ammo combination. Time and location of lab to be announced later.


There are no refunds, Transfers will be accepted via communication with the match director. The slot owner must email the MD with the new shooter’s name and email address. 


If you’d like to tag us on social media, we welcome you to use the hashtags #HoosierHarvester #NRLHunter #EveryEthicalEdge.

We’re looking forward to hosting you and helping you gain every ethical edge!


Team Division is for Teams consisting of 2 individuals. Scores will be the sum of both team member’s scores (possible 16 points per team per stage). Teams will be allotted a total of 6 minutes per stage, instead of the individual’s 4 minutes. If one team member is disqualified from competing the second team member may continue to compete, but not for score. Team member #1 must complete the stage or pass, and unload and show clear, before team member #2 may load and begin firing. Once team member #2 loads to begin the stage, team member #1 may not load again.

  1. Each member of the team must carry their own rifle. Support gear or ammunition may be divided among the team to best serve them. 
  2. Each team member may compete with a rifle meeting the requirements of Open Heavy Division (16lbs) or less.
  3. Listed matches shall allow a minimum of 10 teams to compete, however at the match director’s discretion they may allow additional teams to compete. The team division will have its own separate prize table and only the top team will be awarded a trophy. 
  4. Teams need to keep communication private while at a stage shooting area. Discussing ranges, locations or targets in obviously loud manner will scare away the game (stage will be ended and no more points awarded after a warning from the RO). This is to prevent hunters in the staging area from gaining a competitive advantage.
  5. Teams may use their rifle as an observation tool, however only one team member may have a loaded rifle at a time.

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