Welcome to DRRC USPSA shooting. We are offering monthly USPSA matches. These are sanctioned matches but we also offer this as a training ground for those who wish to learn and become proficient in USPSA shooting skills. We will be promoting safety, training, proficiency, and fun. USPSA shooting is commonly referred to "Run and Gun" because you do not just stand and shoot. Many stages require moving to/from different targets and shooting under, over, and around barriers.

This discipline is not for first time or inexperienced shooters. You must be able to competently handle a handgun to participate. If you are interested in USPSA shooting or joining USPSA, you can access the USPSA Safety Manual at the link below. You must have read the Safety Manual and taken the self-tests prior to your first match at DRRC or you will not be allowed to shoot. Training outside of a match is available to interested new shooters. Matches are open to the public and all are welcome.


Match fees are $20.00 per shooter, $15.00 for Juniors. Registration starts at 8:00 AM (9:00 AM winter hours) and shooting starts at 9:00 AM (10:00 AM winter hours).

What will you need to participate? Minimum caliber is 9mm through .45+ cal semi auto or revolver pistol, hip holster, 5 magaziness, 7-8 speed loaders/moonclips, hip mag pouches, 200 rounds of ammunition, eye and ear protection. You don't need a super duper race gun to have fun or to be competitive.

Divisions are: Production, Limited 10, Single Stack, Limited, Revolver and Open

For further information regarding what USPSA shooting is about please check out the USPSA website.

Matches are on the first Saturday of the month and are held on the silhouette range.

Access To Matches
For instructions on how to access the facilities to participate in a match please contact one of the persons listed below.

Happy Shooting!

For more information contact Dan Carpenter via email or at 503 307-9341 or contact Richard Browning at 971 235-2301 or via email.