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This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match and scores will be turned in for classification. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.
Course of fire:
Standard NRA 900 match with each of two guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber).
- 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
- 30 shots National Match course
- 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
- 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards
8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.
There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a lunch will be served after the center-fire match.
$15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)
$10.00 One gun (.22 or Center-fire)
NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?
New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll bring what you need).
Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.
Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.
NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?
Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.