There will be a great match this weekend @ ATA, there will be 7 stages with 150+ rounds.
We will have an 8:00 AM and a 10 AM start with sign in starting 30 minutes before each.
Hopefully we will be done before it warms up too much.
SEE YOU ON THE RANGE!!!
Alpha Training Academy
2366 w 530 rd
Pryor, Ok. 74361
The Twin Lakes Gun Club will be hosting a day of
shooting sports to benefit the
Wounded Warrior Project
SATURDAY JUNE 30, 2012
SKEET, TRAP, SPORTING CLAYS
9AM: $20 /50 BIRDS OR SHOOT ALL 3 FOR $50
9AM: BINGO SHOOT: $10 ENTRY PLUS $1 PER CARD
9AM: IDPA $16 (SHOOTERS MEETING 8:30AM)
1:30PM: USPSA $20 (SHOOTERS MEETING 1PM)
$30 FOR BOTH
9:30 AM: SIX STAGES $15 (FUN SHOOT AT 1PM)
10 AM: 3-D SHOOT $15
2 PM: $10
MEMBERS AND NONMEMBERS ARE INVITED.
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED FOR SHOOTERS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL (870) 404-5251 OR VISIT WWW.TWINLAKESGUNCLUB.COM.
Sign in will be at 7:45 for an 8:00am start and we will have the regular start time of 9:30 sign in and 10:00 start.
Come and take advantage of the cooler mornings or just shoot thru twice.
There will be 7 stages, 1 classifier, 160+ rounds, and maybe a few steel
Next big match in Arkansas is the Arkansas Section Handgun Championship, at CASA the first weekend in June. This match is filling up quickly, so get your entry in soon. You can find the entry form below, as well as www.casarange.com has entry forms and stages. Great prize table, with lots of guns and other good stuff. Report as of today is 92 shooters, and will probably be capped at 125.
March 4, 2011
Here is some thing a little different that the club is thinking about.
The CMP National Rimfire Sporter Rifle Match offers shooters a recreation-oriented competition where they use smallbore sporter rifles (plinking and small game rifles) commonly owned by almost all gun enthusiasts. This is a unique match where all you need is a rifle and ammo. You fire with standard sporter-type rimfire rifles that can weigh no more than 7 ½ pounds, with sights and sling.
Rifles may be manually operated or semi-automatic; shooters with manually operated actions are given extra time in rapid-fire to compensate for the difference.
There are three classes of competition. There is the standard “O Class“ for open-sighted rifles and “T-Class” for telescope sighted rifles. In addition, in 2010, Rimfire Sporter rules have been modified so that competitors can also fire new “Tactical Rimfire” rifles in a new third Rimfire Sporter rifle class. Firing is done at 50 and 25 yards on a target with a 1.78” ten-ring and an 18” outer one-ring. Even new shooters can get hits on this target, but it’s still tough enough that no one yet has fired a perfect 600×600 score.
The Rimfire Sporter course of fire is challenging, new shooters can successfully complete it while experienced shooters find it uniquely challenging. Shooters begin at 50 yards with a sighting or practice series and then shoot ten shots for record slow-fire in the prone position, followed by two five-shot rapid-fire series. This is followed by ten shots slow fire and two five-shot rapid-fire series in the sitting or kneeling position. Targets are then placed at the 25-yard line where shooters conclude with ten shots slow fire and two five-shot rapid-fire series in the standing position.
It will be a great addition to our clubs activities.
For more information contact: Bill Hobbs email@example.com