Baltic Storm is one of Europe’s biggest IPSC matches, with 40 stages over two days. The match took place on Kroonu Shooting Range in Estonia, which is about 45 minutes by car from Tallinn. The flight from Oslo to Tallinn is approximately two hours. With a valid European firearms pass there was no trouble getting weapons and ammunition in and out of Estonia.
The match was organized in four areas with shooting ranges. Each shooting range had two stages, a short stage and a medium or a long stage. Some of the targets were reused on the next stage without causing any problem for the shooters. The stages were generally of high quality, with shooting distances from 1 meter to about 30 meters. Each squad consisted of up to 5 shooters. Shooters shot 20 stages per day, four stages per hour, total minimum 711 shots. Baltic Storm was very well organized match with little or no waiting time, only downside was short of time to food and drink as well
This match is highly recommended to participate in. It is challenging to shoot as many stages in such a short time.
Youtube videos from the Match