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Bullseye

Bullseye shooting is an opportunity to come out and shoot handguns for accuracy. Though each stage is timed there is still plenty of time to focus on each shot and the “technique” of shooting. It’s likely all of us have the equipment to shoot this match and it’s a great way to improve your shooting skills regardless of your current ability. Only $5 for members or guests.

We shoot three National Match Courses using three guns; 22 rimfire, centerfire (32 caliber or larger), and 45 ACP, 30 rounds each. 

Shooting is done from the clubhouse at 25 yards. Rimfire or centerfire handguns are fired single handed during all strings.

Required Equipment:

The basic equipment needed is:

1.       Target pistol

2.       90 rounds of ammo, 30 per gun. (bring extra)

3.       Hearing and eye protection

Optional Equipment

  1. Spotting scope
  2. Pistol mat
  3. Hat
  4. Scoring pen or pencil
  5. Gun box

Courses of Fire:

NATIONAL MATCH
   
900 POINT COURSE

 Type of fire Range
 Shots
 Time  Strings  Target
 Slow fire
 25 yards 10 shots 10 minutes each string 1
 B-16
 Timed-fire 25 yards 5 shots
 20 seconds each string 2
 B-8
 Rapid-fire 25 yards 5 shots 10 seconds each string 2
 B-8

























TOTAL 90 ROUNDS FIRED FOR 900 POINTS

Range will be made safe after each string of ten shots to allow shooters to score their targets. 

The Bullseye matches start every 2nd and 4th Thursday night unless noted otherwise on the Club Calendar from April through September at 6:00 P.M. with setup starting at 5:30 P.M.
Reminder –Do not enter B range through the gate from C range during this match.

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