2018 Schedule

Pistol/PCC
April 22
May 27: Special Classifier*
June 23-24: Berm Racer
July 22
August 26
September 23
October 28

Special 2 Gun
April 29
July 29
September 30

Registration 0830 - 0930
Shooting starts at 1000

Club members - $20
Nonmembers - $25

Match usually consists of 7 to 9 field courses with round counts of 170 - 200.

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Spring Work Day

It may not seem like spring with snow falling and temps dipping into the 20s but…

Rain, shine, sleet, or snow; the outdoor pistol shooting season is upon us. There is only five weeks before the first IPSC66 match of 2013 on April 28. To be ready for another amazing season of safe shooting fun please remember the following dates and events:

March 28-30: RO/CRO Class

If you registered for the class plan to attend. These classes were open to all USPSA members and invitations extended to many Michigan and Ohio clubs. South east Michigan will have no shortage of level I and II certified range personnel for any USPSA matches in the area.

April 4: Thursday Night IPSC/USPSA Practice begins

All shooters (including non-members) that attend IPSC66 are encouraged to attend practice nights. The road gate into Wayne County Raccoon Hunters is opened approximately 5:30 PM and shooting goes until 8:00 PM. The group will set up one to two practice stages designed to simulate conditions encountered at a sanctioned USPSA match. Practi-Score system is used so you can see your scores improve.

New shooters are strongly encouraged to attend at least one practice night before attending a USPSA match. Safety is priority one. Attending a practice night will allow a reduced stress environment and one to one instruction with a certified range officer to learn the range commands and gear requirements.

April 6: Wayne County Raccoon Hunters spring work day

The IPSC/USPSA group has a list of items they plan to do including: building new walls, fixing old walls, repairing target stands, and building dog houses for steel. Members with building skills and tools should plan to help as possible. Other members assistance will be needed to “spring clean” the equipment storage. In Roy’s usual, he plans to take everything out, sort, and return to its designated place. Other work day jobs are needed for members with all physical levels. This day will give the USPSA practical pistol group a chance to work with other club members for betterment of everyone’s WCRH experience.

April 27: Set up for USPSA match

Last year the organization and cooperation shown by club members and non-members alike to set up matches was amazing. With Roy’s announcement, it would be great if interested members would like to get involved with the match planning meeting that occur earlier in the week. Help is always appreciated and counts towards club hours.

 

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