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Old 11-02-2009, 08:29 AM
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Multi-Stage Rimfire Family Friendly Fun Match

Date: 4th Saturday of the month
Start time: 9:00 AM - 11:30-12:00 PM (sign-in usually starts at 8:45 AM)
Cost: $15.00 for Guest ; $10.00 for members (Free to members or guests under 18 years of age*)
*Shooters under 18 years old MUST be accompanied by parent or guardian.

Equipment Required:

Eye and Ear Protection is mandatory.

Rimfire Rifle (50 rounds min.) Two 10-round magazines.
We can make accommodations for tubular magazines with less than 20 round capacities.

Rimfire Pistol (30 rounds min.) Two 10-round Magazines recommended (not required).
We can make accommodations for revolvers with less than 10 round capacity.

Rimfire Ammunition from 22 Short to 22LR including match, target, and mini-mag rounds. 22WMR and other magnum rounds are not permitted for the competition as they are capable of damaging the steel targets.

OBJECTIVE: To provide a non-NRA approved family friendly fun, yet competitive rim fire match.

THE MATCH: Matches will begin with a safety briefing, a review of basic range commands, and overview of the stages of fire. Should time allow, all participants will be given 10-15 minutes to sight in their rifles/pistols and “warm-up”. The match will typically have 5-7 stages. There are usually four rifle stages and two pistol stages that vary from month to month. There are two shooting divisions: SCOPED, and OPEN (or unmagnified optical) sights.

Targets generally range from 25' to 100 yards. Steel reactive targets and paper targets. Sometimes, we'll even use the battery driven galleries. Shooting positions are usually bench supported or standing (offhand).

If you're at the range during the setup, you may get the chance to influence what the stages are and how they're set up. We always welcome ideas for new and inventive ways to set up the stages.

For more information please contact:

Shoot Chairman
David Rinaman
(cell) 951-818-1748


Assistant Shoot Chairman
Evin Ritter
(cell) 951-403-9293


NRA Certified - Rifle/Shotgun/Pistol Instructor, Chief Range Safety Officer
CSC - The best kept secret in SoCal

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