Zombies in the Heartland - Pandemic 2013 Compete for $200,000 in Prizes

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Zombies in the Heartland – Pandemic 2013 at Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska, May 31 through June 2, 2013, features a prize table valued at more than $220,000.

Heartland Public Shooting Park

$200,000 in prizes at Pandemic 2013

“Patriots Assemble!” will be the rally cry when Zombie hunters gather at the Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska, May 31 through June 2, 2013, to battle the undead during Zombies in the Heartland – Pandemic 2013. This 3-gun match – (pistol, rifle and shotgun) – features a prize table valued at more than $220,000, and is expected to draw Zombie hunters from all over the country. Hornady, Magpul, and the Nebraska National Guard are the premiere sponsors of the event.

Registration is limited and near capacity, but there is still time to sign up to be part of the fun. Register online at http://zombiesintheheartland.com/fees-and-registration.

Back by popular demand, this second annual match features 10 competitive stages, and five sidematch stages. Event sponsors are providing new and reactive zombie targets developed specifically for this match, with most targets falling over, moving, or exploding. For a complete list of rules and equipment requirements, please go to the Zombie Guide aka Rules and Regulations at: http://www.zombiesintheheartland.com/general-zombie-guide/.

Shooters are encouraged to bring their ARs, AKs, shotguns, pistols, and high capacity magazines, and be prepared for a challenging course of fire. For complete event information, visit http://zombiesintheheartland.com or follow on Facebook at facebook.com/ZombiesinTheHeartland.

An optional CQZ (Close Quarter Zombies) Shoot House will feature a maze of walls, smoke, lights and sound, and reactive zombie targets. Competitors will be armed with an airsoft M-4 with green laser and over 100 rounds of airsoft ammunition. Access to the Shoot House costs an additional $5, with proceeds donated to a military charity.

Operated under the Parks and Recreation Department of Grand Island, Nebraska, the Heartland Public Shooting Park is the largest and most complete public shooting facility in the Midwest. The facility hosts regional and national events, drawing shooters from around the world. For further information, visit http://www.heartlandpublicshootingpark.com.

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