Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by Branned2011, Sep 8, 2012.
Rifle and or pistol?
Four Corners Rifle and Pistol Club has a number of various events monthly that offer the .22 rimfire shooter competion.
check out their web site:
Four Corners Rod and Gun Club
Both Tri-County (first Sunday) and ARPC (4th Sunday) have Steel Challenge matches. You can shoot them with a
rimfire pistol or rifle. If you are up for a road trip, there is a Ruger Rimfire Challenge match in Parma Idaho on
Are you looking for any place in Oregon? We have guys from Klamath Falls drive the 100 miles for this.
Speed Steel Match
When: Sunday, September 9, 9am – 12pm
Where: White City Sportsman's Park Range @42.413956,-122.806619
Every second Sunday of the month. $12 to shoot
Good luck and stay safe,
I do live in the middle of the I-5 State. I like .22LR and need to check out my local clubs.
We have a Steel Match 2nd Saturday of every month in Eugene. .22 rifle and pistols are almost dominent anymore..lol. You can shoot both in the same match if you'd like, it just costs a little extra.
What location? Time? type of gun?
Eugene Practical Shooters is the site. We get there at around 8:30 to sign up. The site will give you the directions/location and it's $10 per gun-one of the least expensive matches in Oregon. If you shoot handguns, you can shoot autos or revolvers. It's best to bring 5 mags if you can, if not, bring what you have. The most popular handguns are the Browning Buckmark(not the target model) and the Ruger Mark III. Just bring what you have though. It will have to be cased or in your holster throughout the match. The rifles must be magazine fed like the S&W 15/22. No front loading tube fed rifles like the older Marlins. Rifles must also be cased until instructed to "make ready". You can shoot a rifle and a pistol and be scored separately for each. Optics on either are allowed as well. There are 5 stages in Eugene and 6 stages everywhere else. That is because there's only 5 bays there. CCI is the most dependable 22 ammo but whatever works for your guns is great. We normally shoot 5 strings of 5 shots in each stage. So 125 rounds is the minimum if plan on never missing a shot..lol. Bring 200 to be safe, trust me on this one. Hope to see you there. Roger
Here's a compilation from Tri County Speed Steel. Were shooting 10/22 and 15/22s but there are a lot of Pistol shooters too. Josh, my junior shooter is really coming along. Only a matter of time before he starts dusting my times.
Speed Steel Tri-County. Snappy, Key-Hay, and Josh - YouTube
That looks like fun! Wish I could afford a TCGC membership.
You don't need to be a club member to shoot Steel matches. Or USPSA, or IDPA, or SASS--
That looks like fun! Wish I could afford a decent red dot optic for my 10/22.
I spent less than $50 each on my red dots from Midway USA.
Which ones, and are they worth a damn?
Thanks for the great info. I will contact them Monday.
Tri County Gun Club Speed Steel tomorrow. Shootin starts at 9:00.
usbr every thursday morning at clark rifles inc.
Emerald Empire outside of Springfield has an off hand open caliber match once a month. They also have a long range .22 match 100 and 200 yds, usually once a month. check the website emeraldempiregunclub.org
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