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Old 10-10-2018, 07:46 AM
skidemn skidemn is offline
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Default PCC Shoot Information

Date: Second Sunday of the Month
Start Time: 9am (We recommend you arrive by 8:30 to assist with setting up and signing in.)
Cost: $15 for Guest, $10 for members and shoot multiple classes for an additional $5 each
Equipment Required:
Pistol Caliber Carbine rifle (PCC) or handguns may be used in this event. You will need either of the following:
  • PCC chambered in 9mm, .40S&W or .45ACP.
  • Handgun with a capacity of at least 6 rounds, either semi-automatic or revolver and chambered in a standard pistol caliber between 9mm and .45ACP.
Please ask prior to shooting if you have a different caliber, as we do not want damage to our targets.

  • Enough magazines or speedloaders to shoot 30-36 targets per stage
  • Magazine or Speed loader holders (pockets work too ;) )
  • Holster (if shooting a handgun)
  • At least 150-200 rounds of ammunition...
Most important: Eye and Ear Protection
Not Allowed: Handguns of .44 magnum or higher power factor (It destroys the steel plates...)
Contact: Email Derek with any questions at rso@coronasportsmensclub.com

Match info:
We shoot on the lower range, and usually have three stages set up with one stage being shot twice to give us four shooting stages.
We have two classes for both PCC and Handgun, Limited and Unlimited, with side classes for Ladies and Youth shooters. We generally shoot steel targets from 5 yards to 75 yards out for PCC, and limit the range to 25 yards for Handgun. We have several fun and challenging targets including spinners, Texas stars, plate racks and keyhole openings, and we sometimes add no-shoot targets to keep it interesting.

If you don’t own a PCC or have never shot one before and want to try it, come on out as we always have members willing to share!
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