Hard as Hell Heroes 2 Gun 2018 | Stage 9

Hard as Hell Heroes 2 Gun Match Dan Daly Stage - Sinistral Rifleman
| November 7, 2018
Categories: Guns

The 2018 Hard as Hell Heroes 2 Gun match was held May 12th and 13th  at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting Range with KE Arms as the overall match sponsor.  Each stage was dedicated to a different Medal of Honor recipient, with elements of the stage being influenced by the particular citation to accompany the award of that particular recipient.

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Each stage of the Hard as Hell Heroes 2 gun match was based on the actions of 1 or more Medal of Honor recipients; Stage 9 is in honor of Sgt. Dan Daly.

Each part of the Hard as Hell Heroes 2 gun match is based on the actions of a Medal of Honor recipient; Stage 9 is in honor of Sgt. Dan Daly.

Continued from Stage 8 (Maj. George A. Davis Stage). 

This is the Ninth of a series of posts. In this series, we’ll be taking you through the match stage by stage with the shooter’s from KE ArmsIndependence Training, and We Plead the 2nd, with video coverage from InRange TV.

IRTV’s Karl Kasarda’s usual c0-host, Ian McCollum, was out of the country during this event. In his absence, Breach-Bang-Clear contributor (and KE Arm’s Marketing Director) Russell Phagan (aka SinistralRifleman) stepped in to co-host the match videos.

Stage 9 is inspired by the actions of Dan Daly

The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor (Second Award) to Gunnery Sergeant Daniel Joseph Daly (MCSN: 73086), United States Marine Corps, for extraordinary heroism in action while serving with the 15th Company of Marines (Mounted), 2d Marine Regiment, on 22 October 1915. Gunnery Sergeant Daly was one of the company to leave Fort Liberte, Haiti, for a six-day reconnaissance. After dark on the evening of 24 October, while crossing the river in a deep ravine, the detachment was suddenly fired upon from three sides by about 400 Cacos concealed in bushes about 100 yards from the fort. The Marine detachment fought its way forward to a good position, which it maintained during the night, although subjected to a continuous fire from the Cacos. At daybreak the Marines, in three squads, advanced in three different directions, surprising and scattering the Cacos in all directions. Gunnery Sergeant Daly fought with exceptional gallantry against heavy odds throughout this action.



Stage 4 Video Coverage Courtesy of InRange

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Find the entire Hard as Hell Heroes Two Gun Match series here:

All stages of the Hard as Hell Heroes Two Gun Match are based on the actions of Medal of Honor recipients - read up.

Stage 9 Photo Gallery.  Photos Courtesy of Bryan Welch/We Plead the 2nd.


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