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Steel match or competitive shooting in WA

Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by blizzardscout2, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. blizzardscout2

    blizzardscout2 Snohomish Member

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    Anyone know of any Steel matches or other competitive shooting in WA? I would love to get out and start getting my feet wet. Thanks in advance.

    Reese
     
  2. tackleberry

    tackleberry Vancouver Member

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    orss.org for speed steel at tri-county

    Columbia-cascade.org. For USPSA at Dundee, Albany and DRRC

    Tri county also has Action pistol, 3 gun, practical rifle and even cowboy if your interested.

    Good look hope to see you out there

    once you go to these places check links and will direct you to even more kids of competition

    Eric
     
  3. tackleberry

    tackleberry Vancouver Member

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    Oops... your up north... try Renton gun range, Puyallup gun range
     
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    RicInOR Washington County Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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  5. blizzardscout2

    blizzardscout2 Snohomish Member

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    Thanks, I will definitely try one of those.
     
  6. RFG

    RFG Gig Harbor, WA New Member

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    Kitsap rifle and revolver club has regular falling plate and fun steel shoots. Pretty regular group of shooters, Ive had very good experiences there. Their fun steel matches are a great way to get your feet wet. I believe the fun steel will start up again soon usually early spring, maybe even now. They also host a GSSF match at least once a year. USPSA/IPSC matches and I believe IDPA. Check their site for more info. http://gunsafety.org/

    Also Paul Bunyan has the same fun steel matches, and many others. It is also a great place to get started. Maybe THE place to get started. Ive shot there several times, and enjoyed it very much. http://www.pbrsc.org/