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3-Gun Shoot

One of the fastest growing shooting sports in the country right now is the action-packed multi-gun competition commonly known as "3-Gun." The competition employs three different guns: a rifle, a pistol, and a shotgun. Matches generally involve courses where the shooter must move through different stages and engage targets in a variety of different positions.


General Information

*  22 caliber or centerfire handguns
*  Any shotgun 7 1/2 shot and smaller (some stages may require a slug)
*  .22 caliber or centerfire rifle
*  Timed events
*  3 rounds
*  A different course at each event
*  There will be a new qualifier stage periodically.
*  Get qualified for our handicap system that evens the competition.


Entry Fee

 $10 for members
 $12 for guests


For more information

Dean Hepp
Board Member, RSO, Range Chairman
(260) 688-0744  |  E-Mail




Falling Plates

The falling plates competition is held on Friday nights from 6-8 PM and is all about pistol control and speed. The goal is simple, knock down all six metal plates as quickly as possible.


General Information

*  Friday nights, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
*  Handgun rimfire & centerfire
*  6 Metallic plates set to 33'
*  Timed events
*  3 solo runs
*  3 partner runs
*  Head-to-head elimination run
*  Lighted field
*  Heated as necessary


Entry Fee

 $5.00 for members
 $7.00 for guests


For more information

Dean Hepp
Board Member, RSO, Range Chairman
(260) 688-0744  |  E-Mail




Steel Challenge

Steel Challenge is an excellent course of fire for both new, intermediate and advanced level shooters. There are various stages, but in any stage, you must shoot five steel plates at varying distances. One plate, designated the “stop” plate must always be shot last. You can shoot as many rounds as necessary in 30 seconds to achieve one hit per plate.


General Information

*  Periodic Sunday schedule (check calendar).
*  Currently rimfire only.
*  Pistol and/or rifle stages.
*  Minimum 25 rounds per stage (w/o misses)
*  3 runs or more per event.


Entry Fee

 $10.00 for members
 $12.00 for guests


For more information

Dean Hepp
Board Member, RSO, Range Chairman
(260) 688-0744  |  E-Mail




Pistol Gallery


General Information

*  Pistol Poker – May the best hand win.
*  Attacking robots – Stop them before they stop you.
*  Shooting gallery – Test your skill.
*  Bonus stages/targets may apply.
*  Round Count - approximately 50.

Complete rules and scoring details will be made available the night of the event. Scoring will be cumulative of the stages.
Various targets/stages from 7 to 20 yards. Open to any pistol; center fire, rim fire, auto-loading, revolver, single shot, capable of finishing the stages. Iron sights or optics. All stages/targets will be shot from the standing unsupported position. Each stage must be completed with the firearm that started the stage, however you may use different firearms for each stage. Choose your firearm/caliber wisely, each stage will be unique in scoring (i.e. breaking/cutting a target scoring line may not be beneficial to your score).


Entry Fee

 $10.00 for members
 $12.00 for guests


For more information

Justin Funk
Board Member, RSO
(260) 668-0185  |  E-Mail




CMP Shoot

The BCCSC is one of the only 200 yard ranges in the area shooting Sanctioned CMP matches. The 2015 schedule has not yet been determined, please contact Nick Rockhold at (517) 227-0109 for more information.

CMP “style” shoots are posted periodically and allow the new shooter to experience CMP shooting. Shooters are allowed to use equipment that is not typically allowed by CMP sanctioned matches (scopes, modern bolt actions, red dot, etc).




CMP Rimfire Sporter

The CMP Rimfire Sporter Rifle Matches offer shooters a recreation-oriented competition where they use .22 caliber 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.

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.

Check back for more information, including fees, schedule, and contacts.




.22 Rifle Silhoutte

Join us this spring for another great season of .22 rifle silhouette competitions. Participants will face the challenge of shooting 4 metallic targets set at different distances, including a chicken at 40 yards, a pig at 6o yards, a turkey at 77 yards, and finally a ram at 100 yards.


General Information

*  Standing only, no support or sling.
*  1 shot per target.
*  Targets include.
       *  Chicken - 40 yards.
       *  Pig - 60 yards.
       *  Turkey - 77 yards.
       *  Ram - 100 yards.
*  .22 caliber rimfire: use open sites, red dot site, or a scope.
*  .22 caliber long range standard or high velocity only.
*  No hyper velocity (yellow jackets, stingers, etc..) or super heavy sub-sonic (sst) types.


Entry Fee

 $5.00 for members
 $7.00 for guests


For more information

Dean Hepp
Board Member, RSO, Range Chairman
(260) 688-0744  |  E-Mail




Varmit Shoot

Take a shot at simulated varmint targets of various shapes and sizes set to various distances. Up to 20 targets will be shot using several different shooting positions that simulate real world varmint hunting terrain and conditions. All calibers 30-06 and smaller are welcome (typical varmint calibers). Distances will be from 25 yards out to 300 yds. No sighter shots during competition. Factory rifle and custom rifle divisions. Cooper, 40X and other custom shop rifles are considered custom.

Check back for more information, including fees, schedule, and contacts.




Egg Shoot

Participants will take 10 shots at 10 egg targets, with centerfire rifles shooting at 200 yards, .22 LR rimfire rifles shooting at 100 yards, and open sighted AR15's shooting at 50 yards. Front and rear rests may be used in this competition.

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