|Not your standard “Stand and Shoot” steel match. You only shoot the stages once and you’re working against the clock, so you’ll need to accurate as well as fast (or in some cases half fast). You’ll be shooting through ports, around barricades, inside of boxes, outside of boxes, on the move, standing still etc. Expect to have a safe fun match and meet a great group of individuals that share a lot of common interests.
Minimum handgun caliber allowed is 9mm up to 45 ACP. Since all targets are steel cast lead and JHP bullets are very much preferred, but if all you have is FMJ then come on out and have some fun. If you enjoy the match format then we encourage you to make the transition to lead or JHP as soon as possible for the safety of all.
Safety - The RED SAFETY TABLE is setup for the safe handling of unloaded firearms. FIREARMS MAY ONLY BE HANDLED AT THE RED TABLE, except during your course of fire after the Range Officer has issued the “Load and Make Ready” command. Ammunition, including dummy rounds are NOT ALLOWED at the red table, and will result in an automatic match DQ if observed.
Handguns - All types of properly functioning handguns will be allowed, including IPSC open class pistols, but open pistols will be scored separately. We use IDPA holster rules, that means, holsters must be on the belt line, unless it's a cow boy style holster for wheel guns, no fanny packs, leg or shoulder holsters. You will need a minimum of 4 hand gun magazines.
Shotguns - They can be semi-auto, pump, bolt action, double barrel, any will work but remember you’re shooting against time. Open Shotguns allowed, but will be scored separately. NO STEEL SHOT, nothing bigger than lead # 4 shot (4 -8 shot), 6 and 7 1/2 works great. Side saddles are fine.
Pistol Caliber Carbines - If you have a pistol caliber carbine or a conversion unit then bring it along and after the pistol match is over you can shoot the same stages using your carbine to blaze away at those pesky targets that you maybe had trouble with the first time through.
NOTE: Eye and ear protection is mandatory for shooters and spectators while on the range or in the staging area.
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