How do I sign up?
Looking to try out your rifle skills?
April 30th and Oct 8th.
Last edited by Wired1979; 04-06-2016 at 09:13 AM.
"The Second Amendment of our Bill of Rights is my Concealed Weapons Permit, Period."
- Ted Nugent
Designated Marksman Challenge
Shooters will be broken up into groups and cycled through each stage.
Shooters will get into position and make ready
A horn will sound and shooters will have 2 minutes to locate and shoot each target for the stage
Targets will be marked with a Color and number
Hit or miss, scoring
Horn will sound at 2 minutes
Shooter will empty and show clear
We will rotate through shooters and stages until everyone is done.
All 3 rifle stages and the pistol stage will be hot at the same time.
We're shooting mostly 5" circles, so the accuracy challenge isn't too high. But your positions will be unfamiliar to most and your working against a clock.
CCA is going to be the sponsor of a little bonus stage we're going to be doing. It'll be a nice treat if any of you haven't shot a suppressor yet
We're aiming for a safe, fun match and nothing more. If you're a competitor on a national scale, you're going to laugh your way to first place... but if your shooting is mostly limited to bench work, this will be a fun challenging match.
Dates are April 30th and October 8th
Match starts at 9AM at the colfax Range
946 W 120th St S, Colfax, IA 50054
What You'll need:
Centerfire Rifle, speed limit of 3100FPS
30 rounds of Ammo for the 3 rifle stages
Centerfire Pistol w/extra mags
Holster and Mag pouch
30+ rounds Pistol ammo
Eye and ear protection
Bring any Snacks or Drinks you may need. We will be getting through shooters quicker, but we'll still be out there for a little while, I don't want anyone getting grumpy because they're hungry.
I'll update with more information as we get things rolling.
Last edited by Joel; 04-20-2016 at 08:22 PM.
Because I'm lazy at the momeny, here's a link to the AR15.com thread with some pictures and scores
Last edited by Joel; 05-01-2016 at 03:31 PM.
Bumping this for this Saturdays match.
I've been stupid busy with life, so I'm dropping the ball on getting word out. If you can make it, details are the same as the last match (which are posted above). If you can't make it, I'll do better next year to get more of you out to the shoots.
Another great day at the range. I showed up with my 18" AR in my version of a SPR. I limited myself with a 2.5x8 Leupold scope. Most of the other shooters had a lot more scope. We started shooting with two squads and three stages. The squad I shot with started on the roof top stage. There were 11 targets to engage between 90 and 200 yards distance. the targets on all stages were a mix of 5 inch circles a few 2 inch squares and a couple half size IPSC swingers. All the targets were hittable, we then moved over to the swinging table to shoot off of. We had 6 targets at this stage. Then the last 6 targets were shot from a webbing strap about three feet off the ground and from the prone. Again this match always makes the best of the 200 yards they have to shoot at. I felt the targets were the right amount of difficulty as there were no perfect scores but all the targets were hit. My thanks go out to the group who set up and the great pulled pork sandwiches. As a side note The second best part of the day after shooting, was the friendly shooters who are willing to show off what they brung to shoot. The KRG stocks changed my mind on what stock I am using for my next build.