- Practice all gun safety rules.
- No Exploding Targets.
- Eye & ear protection required.
- No alcohol on ranges while any
shooting is in progress.
- Being under the influence of drugs of
alcohol while shooting is prohibited.
- All ranges are closed to other
shooters while an organized shooting
event is in progress.
- Clean up all brass/casings and
targets. Leave the range as clean or
cleaner than you found it.
- Only members can use the ranges.
Guest(s) may accompany a member
to the range only once. After that one
time, guest(s) must become a member.
- Handguns only on the pistol range.
- Proof of membership is required when
using any of the ranges.
Violation of Rules
Any unsafe practices or any violation of club rules will be brought before the club’s officers, directors and/or membership for disciplinary action.
TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED!
Defensive Pistol Matches:
Sunday April 20th
Sunday May 19th
Sunday June 16th
Sunday July 21st
Sunday August 18th
Sunday Sept 15th
Sunday October 20th
The defensive pistol matches are similar to IDPA pistol matches but the regulations are not as strict (other than safety, safety is our top priority).
This match is open to members and non-members, “newbies” welcome (we are happy to have new shooters and spectators).
There will be a safety briefing at 9:15 am at the pistol range, if you plan on participating, make sure to be at the range prior to 9:15am. The match will start at 9:30 sharp. Depending on the number of participants, the match should be completed no later than noon.
What equipment is needed:
-Eye and ear protection
-A pistol, in good working order, semi-automatic or revolver
-An outside, or inside, the waist band holster
-2-3 magazines or speed loaders, 4 is recommended if possible
-60-80 rounds of appropriate ammunition NO MAGNUM OR +P LOADS
-Magazine or speed loader pouches/holders (optional but highly recommended)
Starting this year, we will have 4 “divisions” of competitors
** You can shoot in more than 1 division per competition
A full sized semi-automatic pistol, some modifications allowed such as sights, mag well, trigger, and other minor modifications. 9mm or above in caliber
Full sized or “oversized” pistol, with major modifications, including compensated barrels, extended mag/slide releases, aftermarket slide cuts, extended barrels, etc. Basically, heavily modified pistols, commonly referred to as race or open class pistols. 9mm or above in caliber
Compact or Sub-Compact:
Smaller pistols, includes compact and sub-compact guns, typically carry 7 or less rounds per magazine, no caliber restrictions other than no magnum, shotgun, 50 caliber, intermediate cartridge rounds (5.7), etc.
The entry fee is $10 per person, AND starting this year if you want to shoot a 2nd gun, from one of the other divisions explained above, you can, the “entry fee” the additional entry is $5
There may be prizes for the first place finishes, in each division, providing we have 4 or more competitors in that division. We are currently working with a possible sponsor currently.
Spectators are welcome, but eye and ear protection are required for spectators as well.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Steve Leven at 585-749-4127 between the hours of 9am and 7pm. Please leave a message if he is unable to answer.
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