2018 Schedule

Pistol/PCC
April 22
May 27: Special Classifier*
July 22
August 26
September 23
October 28

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

Registration 0830 - 0930
Shooting starts at 1000

Club members - $20
Nonmembers - $25

June 23-24: Berm Racer

Special 2 Gun
April 29
July 29
September 30

Steel Challenge
June 2
July 7
August 4
September 1
October 4
November 3

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June 2017 Update

Last month was our annual Special Classifier match and the first official match that utilized our newly finished bays.  A lot of people complained about putting classifiers in such a large open space but don’t worry, this month’s match on June 25th will utilize the space.

Our matches are always the fourth Sunday of the month unless of special circumstance and the email for for registration goes out the preceding Monday.  If you have not been getting updates of our matches you should:

This month we’re back to the standard – 9 field courses requiring 24-32 rounds each and an anticipated round count of 245.  We will be using the new bays so anticipate some long shots in addition to the usual steel and movers.  Because we have a number of new shooters joining us this season we’ll translate that last bit for you – bring more than 245 rounds of ammo, you’ll need it.  If you bring 350-400 rounds you should be okay barring excessive misses or reshoots.

Reminders:

The Wayne County Raccoon Hunters Club (IPSC66) is hosting a USPSA level I RO clas July 29 – 30.  The class costs $40 (US) and is open to any current USPSA members.  The RO class is a great way to learn the rules and get comfortable with the range commands.  Contact Roy Neal if you’re interested in attending.

We have free practice on Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 8 p.m.  You don’t have to be a USPSA or WCRH member to join our practice sessions.  Eye and hearing protection is required!  We are happy to host new shooters looking to join in the excitement and fun that USPSA has to offer but safety is our first concern so if you’re not familiar with USPSA we strongly suggest coming to practice before attending a match.  (We hate sending people home for avoidable safety infractions but will)  It is also the best way to learn about the right gear needed to participate in each division – a very valuable lesson!

 

 

 

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