pistol-course

The Objective:

  •  Knock down as many plates in the given time limit as possible.
  •  Times vary from 1 minute 30 seconds for Open teams to 2 minutes 30 seconds for Sportsman’s teams.

The Equipment:

  •  Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
  •  One 22 rimfire pistol with unlimited magazines, two centerfire pistols of 9 MM or larger in caliber with unlimited magazines.
  •  The 22 rimfire targets are aperture plates meaning the team member must shoot through the 6 and 4 inch circles to knock down the plate behind. The centerfire plates are standard falling plates.

The Procedure:

  •  All magazines may only be loaded with 6 rounds each.
  •  The first team member to shoot will start the clock and run from the starting table out to the shooting table, pickup and load the pistol and start knocking down plates.
  •  When the first shooter is finished shooting at the plates, clears and locks the slide back or opens the cylinder, he or she runs back to the start table and tags the next team member to shoot and he or she runs to their table, loads the pistol and shoots. When team member two is finished he or she makes their pistol safe and runs back to the start table to tag team member 3 at which time he or she runs to the last shooting table, loads and knocks down the last set of plates.
  •  All shooting must be done in the standing offhand position.
  •  A score of 100 points is possible if all plates are downed.
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The Objective:

  •  Knock down as many plates in the given time limit as possible.
  •  Times vary from 1 minute 30 seconds for Open teams to 2 minutes for Sportsman’s teams.

The Equipment:

  •  Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
  •  One 22 rimfire rifle and 3 ten round magazines per team member or 5 ten round magazines for two man teams.
  •  The targets are aperture plates meaning the team members must shoot through the geometric design to knock down the plate behind.

The Procedure:

  •  Each team member may load the 3 or 5 magazines with only ten rounds.
  •  Spare rounds may be loaded only after all 30 or 50 rounds have been fired.
  •  The rifles will be placed on the table in front of each team member and may not be handled until the range officer gives the command to “fire”.
  •  All shooting must be done in the standing offhand position.
  •  At the range officers command of “fire” each team member may pick up their rifles, load them and start knocking down plates.
  •  A score of 100 points is possible if all plates are downed.
combo-course

The Objective:

  •  Knock down as many plates in the given time limit as possible.
  •  Times vary from 1 minute 30 seconds for Open teams to 2 minutes for Sportsman’s teams.

The Equipment:

  •  Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
  •  One 22 rimfire rifle and 3 ten round magazines, two 22 rimfire pistols with 2 ten round magazines each or one 22 rifle with 5 ten round mags and one 22 pistol with 5 ten round mags for 2 man teams.
  •  The targets are aperture plates meaning the team members must shoot through the 3,4, and 2 inch circles to knock down the plate behind.

The Procedure:

  •  The rifle shooter may load the 3 or 5 magazines with only ten rounds each.
  •  The pistol shooters may only load the 2 or 5 mags with 10 rounds each.
  •  Spare rounds may be loaded for the rifle shooter and pistol shooter by the other pistol shooter only after the original 20 or 50 rounds have been fired.
  •  The rifle and pistols will be placed on the table in front of each team member and may not be handled until the range officer gives the command to “fire”.
  •  All shooting must be done in the standing offhand position.
  •  At the range officers command of “fire” each team member may pick up their firearms, load them and start knocking down plates.
  •  A score of 100 points is possible if all plates are downed.
flush-course

The Objective:

  •  To break as many clay targets as possible.

The Equipment:

  •  Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
  •  One shotgun for each team member, preferably in 12 guage.
  •  A loading block for the extra rounds that will be needed.
  •  5 trap machines: two placed on the left and two on the right and one placed out in front normally throwing a teal target.

The Procedure:

  •  Each shotgun may only be loaded with 2 rounds.
  •  When the team captain calls “pull”, 5 clay birds will be thrown. After 1 second delay 1 bird will be thrown very second to 1.5 seconds depending upon class until the remaining 45 birds are thrown.
  •  Each bird is worth 2 points for a possible score of 100 points.
flurry-course

The Objective:

  •  To break as many clay targets as possible.

The Equipment:

  •  Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
  •  One shotgun for each team member, preferably in 12 guage.
  •  A loading block for the extra rounds that will be needed.
  •  5 trap machines placed 35 yds. in front of the shooting cages and throwing the clay birds back over the team members heads.

The Procedure:

  •  Each shotgun may only be loaded with 2 rounds.
  •  When the team captain calls “pull”, 5 clay birds will be thrown. After 1 second delay 1 bird will be thrown very second to 1.5 seconds depending upon class until the remaining 45 birds are thrown.
  •  Each bird is worth 2 points for a possible score of 100 points.
mixed-course

The Objective:

  •  To break as many clay targets as possible.

The Equipment:

  •  Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
  •  One shotgun for each team member, preferably in 12 guage.
  •  5 to 8 trap machines placed in any number of positions.

The Procedure:

  •  Each shotgun may only be loaded with 2 rounds.
  •  The team member in cage 1(on the left) will start the event on the call of “pull”. Two clay birds will be thrown from unknown traps. Team members may help the shooter by calling out where the birds are coming from as they see them.
  •  Team member two will call “pull” for the next set of birds and so on until 25 pair of clay birds have been thrown.
  •  Each clay bird is worth 2 points for a possible score of 100 points.
  •  The time limit for this event is 3 min. for all classes.