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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2017 Pre-Season Update

The IPSC/USPSA shooting season doesn’t (officially) start at Wayne County Raccoon Hunters (WCRH) until April and already things are buzzing along.

Construction on the new bays has been on-going through the winter and everyone is hopeful that they will be ready in time for our first match.   – scheduled for April 23.  They are significantly larger than our other bays so get ready for some longer shots and plenty of movement.  The bays have taken up some parking space so…

We will continue to use the Practiscore pre-registration this year.  If you are not on the list to receive the email updates you should send your information so that you are alerted when registration opens.  If you show up at a match and did not pre-register you will not be squadded unless someone who was registered doesn’t show.  If you register – show up!  We understand that life happens and will overlook an occasional no show.  A call before the match is appreciated so we can notify people on the wait list of openings.  Our matches are the best thing you can do in south-east Michigan on the fourth Sunday of the summer months and we want to provide the opportunity to participate to as many as possible.  Habitual no-show offenders will be given notification and squadded last for future matches.

Send your email address to:  wcrhc.ipsc66.stats@gmail.com

Visit our Practiscore page at:  https://practiscore.com/clubs/wayne-county-raccoon-hunters-club-ipsc66

Canadian IPSC shooters are welcome at our matches and will need to complete the appropriate forms before crossing the border with their guns & ammo.  The Invitation Letter for Michigan’s USPSA matches is available to download and print from the link below.  There are other forms to complete and procedures that visiting shooters must follow.  Contact Roy or one of your fellow Canadians for the details.  Be sure to leave extra time to cross the border when transporting your guns and gear – sign in for our matches closes at 09:30 and shooting starts at 10:00 a.m. whether everyone’s there or not.

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WCRH is proud to have enough member RO and CROs to assign to each squad at our matches.  This allows visiting shooters the opportunity to have fun without the distractions of ROing or scoring your friends.  We certainly do appreciate the help that visiting ROs and CROs offer, however.  If you want to take the level 1 – RO or level 2 – CRO NROI training now is the time to pencil it in.

A Level 1 – RO class is (tentatively) scheduled for 8-9 April – location to be determined

A Level 2 – CRO class is confirmed for 4-5 March at Oak Hill Gun Club.  The cost is $40 (US) and you can register here

We will post the Level 1 class details on our Facebook page as soon as they’re confirmed.

The USPSA group at WCRH will continue to host open practice on Thursday evenings.  If you’re new to the sport check out the new shooter overview then show up with your gear.  We love bringing new shooters into the sport and think that the best time to learn is at a low-stress practice session – not a match.  There isn’t an official start date for practice so keep an eye out here, on Facebook, or subscribe to receive updates in your email’s in box.

We look forward to seeing you this summer!

P.S.

If USPSA-style shooting is too fast or competitive for your liking or being up on Sunday mornings isn’t your thing, check out the WCRH’s IDPA program.  Like us, they are a nice group of people that are happy to introduce new shooters to their sport.  No matter what sport you choose at WCRH safety is our first concern followed by fun.

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