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.
* 22 caliber or centerfire handguns
$10 for members
The falling plates competition is all about pistol control and speed. The goal is simple, knock down all six metal plates as quickly as possible.
* Handgun rimfire & centerfire
$5.00 for members
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.
* Periodic Sunday schedule (check calendar).
$10.00 for members
$10.00 for members
The BCCSC is one of the only 200 yard ranges in the area shooting CMP style matches.
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.
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.
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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