Subgun shoots in OR?

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I wasnt sure if this or the events section was better to ask.

Other than the Albany shoot, I wish for these to happen again, are there any MG/subgun events in OR? Any MG/subgun comps or events?
 

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I’m pretty sure the annual Albany machine gun shoot is no more. Sadly.

Was something to do with being unable to find an insurer whom would cover the event, at a reasonable price.

Least that was the case a few years back, then we moved south.

ARPC (Albany), did still have there weekly machine gun shoot on the calendar. But that was for members. Not-anywhere near the same as there annual advertised open to the public shoot.

Hopefully they were, or will be able to bring back the annual event!
 
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Is the weekly event an actual run and gun type thing? IPSC, USPSA like?

I might just have to give them a call and see if they would let a non member attend a shoot with the intent to become a member if I like it! Too bad it's still a couple hour drive to Albany.

I hope they are able to get their annual event running again. It was awesome last time I was there.

Any other events for MG owners in the state? Hoping for events that are 2/3gun, USPSA, IPSC, etc inspired with poppers and all sorts of fun.

Thanks!!
 

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The monthly ARPC subgun shoot is open to non-members. Pistol caliber or .22LR only. The course of fire varies. Usually there is some movement, but it isn't athletic by any means.

If you don't have your own subgun, bring new factory ammo and there is usually someone there willing to let you use their gun if you load the mags. The shoot is also open to PPC shooters who have their own category.

It usually happens the 3rd Saturday of the month, but with the current situation, it would be best to check the ARPC online calendar. It looks like the next event will be in July.

 
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Thanks guys! I'm impatiently waiting on my F4. it would be a lot of fun to get back to competitive shooting and FA is just the icing on the cake!

I shot an email out to the email address on the event with a bunch of questions.
 

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One sat a month at arpc albany. Their was a group of members who had subgun shoot. Not serious competition but retired FUN group.
Call albany and verify if still operating ? Member only maybe guest membership pile up front then $$250 annual ?
 

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