2022 Schedule

April 24
May 22
June 26
July 24
August 28
September 25
October 23

Registration 0830 - 0930
Shooting starts at 1000

Club members - $20
Nonmembers - $25

Special 2 Gun
May 29
July 31
October 30

Steel Challenge
April 9
May 14
June 11
July 9
August 13
September 10
October 8
November 12

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2022 Schedule & Invitation Letter

The 2022 schedule for USPSA, Steel Challenge, and Two-Gun matches has been updated.

The 2022 Invitation Letter for our Canadian competitors has also been updated.  You can open it and print for your boarder crossing from this link:  http://ipsc66.org/2022-wcrh-ltrhd-foreign-invite-2022/

Wick Road is STILL under construction and is the road you need to get to the club! So you are limited to using it from Cogswell headed towards Wayne Rd. Take I-275 to Ecorse (EAST), you will go all the way to Cogswell and turn Right (South) and head to Wick where you will turn Left (It says one way but you can go that way to access the club). To leave you will need to turn Right on Wick which will take you Cogswell. From there you can turn Right on Cogswell and Left on Ecorse and head to I-275, or turn Left on Cogswell and meander around a few roads to get to I-94 (Use your mapping software!)

We hope that everyone has a fun and safe shooting season!

September Update

Congratulations to today’s division winners:
Russell M – Production;
James W – Limited;
Justin N – Carry Optics;
Brian P – Single Stack;
John D – PCC;
Harry D – Open; and
Dan O – Limited 10.

Full match results can be viewed on USPSA


Remember that there is no 2-Gun Match next Sunday.  Instead, the WCRH’s members will be prepping the bays for renovation.  We will keep you informed of any work delays that may affect October’s Steel Challenge match.  The work should be done in time as not to affect next month’s USPSA match.  Use the box & link on the left to subscribe to email notifications, follow us on Facebook, and/or check the Brian Enos Forums for the most up-to-date IPSCC66 announcements.

If you won a gun at this year’s berm fund racer and haven’t made arrangements to pick it up, do so soon!

USPSA is a volunteer sport and, like most of the Michigan clubs, Wayne County Raccoon Hunters is a not-for-profit organization.  None of the match staff are paid and the money raised in match fees goes to USPSA fees and match supplies with the remainder used to support the club’s well being.  E.g. Today, you may have noticed the new parking area as well as some appreciated repairs to the driveway.  Being said, if you sign up for a match and can’t make it, please send Geoff an email at the stats gmail address or call Roy so they can add people from the wait list.  Last year’s largest complaint from competitors was the long waits believed to be caused by large squads.  To alleviate competitor’s waiting pains, the match committee limited the number of entries to this year’s matches.  Be courteous to the people on the wait list & our stats team and let us know if you can’t make it.

2-Gun and Steel Challenge RO Class

For those that participate in 2-Gun or Steel Challenge – we are hosting a special NROI-approved class on October 7th to become a 2-Gun and Steel Challenge Range Officers.  You must already be a certified USPSA RO to register.  The class is all day and lunch will be provided.  For more information see our FaceBook Event Page or contact Roy Neal.  Sign up ASAP if you plan to attend.

We look forward to having you at future WCRH USPSA/IPSC events.

Planning Update – Nov 2017

A big thank you to everyone that came out and supported the USPSA/IPSC group at Wayne County Raccoon Hunters this summer.  The new bays provided space that had not previously been available, making stages even more challenging.

There is one last regular-season match planned for 2017, our traditional Chili Cook Off.  Weather permitting, we will host up to 60 competitors for a 6 stage, 160 round USPSA match.  Squadding is online now at Practiscore.  Bring a pot of your best chili to the match and receive a discount on registration as well as a chance to win cash prizes.  After match tear down, competitors will assemble in the club house to enjoy what has traditionally been some excellent chili.  Everyone will have an opportunity to sample the various chilis and vote for their favorite.

A big thank you goes out to our newest match sponsor, T-Rex Arms of Belleville for allowing IPSC66 members the opportunity to get some winter trigger time in at their indoor range.  We really appreciate your warm hospitality.


The planning crew is already in full swing with some special matches in 2018!

Berm Racer 2

A USPSA Level I match that will be held June 22-24, 2018. Each competitor will shoot 12 stages plus chrono on either Saturday or Sunday.  This is a full day of shooting that will require at least 300 rounds.  (no half day options)

Some of the things people liked at our last Berm Racer Match will be continued such as: random-draw prizes including 50 pistols, division winner plaques, catered lunch, dedicated ROs, and random squadded sponsored shooters.  As only 250 competitors can register for the match, each shooter will have a 1/5 chance of winning a pistol for simply showing up.  Additional pistols will also be raffled off – this is a fund raiser after all.

Payment of $200 is required to guarantee a slot so click here to download the registration form and mail your payment to Roy.  Slots have already begun to fill so register yours here and send your payment in soon to squad with your friends.

Berm Racer 2018 Sponsors


Infinity Firearms

Spencer Race Guns

Weapon Shield

The Flight Club

2 Gun Match

The 5th Sunday 2-Gun match went over well in 2017 and will be continued in 2018.  IPSC66 will host three 2-Gun matches:  April 29, July 29, and September 30.  The same rules and scoring will apply.  2-Gun matches are limited to 60 people so be sure you’re receiving registration emails from Practiscore and following us on Facebook.


We hope that everyone has enjoyed the 2017 shooting season as much as we have and we look forward to seeing you at our practice sessions and matches in 2018.  Happy holidays!


October 2017 Special Events

Pat Morris AR-15

Keep your eyes open next Monday for the IPSC66 October 22 registration email.  The AR pictured above was custom built by Pat Morris and will be given to one lucky match registrant.  The cost of the match is $15 above the usual and yes, you must be present to win.  After completion of the required paperwork, the random-draw prize winner will actually go home with this beauty as displayed with scope and magazine.

You’ll want to get this baby out ASAP if you’re the winner so be sure to register for the following Sunday’s 2-gun match.  With 5 Sundays this month, the match planning committee decided it would be fun to do something special as many of you prepare for deer season.  What better way to show off than with this amazing custom built gun?