SOUTHERN INDIANA RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB #C0307 INDOOR RANGE, GEORGETOWN, IN
2017-2018 NRA Approved “1800” Pistol Match Program
Saturdays, October 21—December 16 —January 20 —February 17 (None in November)
Time: Firing begins at 9:00 AM. If a second relay is required, it will begin when the first relay is scoring their .22 Match targets. Second relay will not start any sooner than 10:30 AM.
Entries: Limited to two relays of 10 shooters per relay. Advanced entries are encouraged and shooters will be notified vial e-mail of their spot and relay on the line.
Dave Richardson, email@example.com or 270-766-7815
Course of Fire: 90 rounds .22 and 90 rounds CF. Each 900 will include 20 rounds slow fire, 30 rounds NMC, 20 rounds TF, and 20 rounds RF.
Range Location: From I-64, go approximately 5 miles west of Louisville, exit #118 off I-64, then west 6.5 miles on State Route 64 thru Georgetown, IN to Gun Club Road on right. Turn right on Gun Club Rd, and go approximately ½ mile to Indian Creek Shooting Facility. The indoor range is the first bldg on the right.
Rules: Current NRA Pistol Rules to include ECI (Empty Chamber Indicators) must be used. Club will furnish ECI if necessary. Challenge fee is $2; if challenge is sustained, fee will be returned. A three-person jury system will be used for challenges. Use of scoring devices other than overlays is restricted to range personnel. Statistical challenges must be made within one hour after completion of firing. Eye & ear protection is required. NRA B-2 (50 ft indoor slow fire) and NRA B-3 (50 ft Indoor Timed and Rapid) targets will be used.
Scoring: Competitors will score targets as directed by Chief Range Officer & repair their own target. Competitors will be responsible for signing and returning their own scorecards to the Statistical Officer or Range Officer.
Match Fees: “Shoot The Works” for $22 or one gun for $14.
Classification & Awards: The NRA classification system must be used in all matches. Temporary scorebook or previous match bulletin is acceptable. Unclassified shooters will fire in the Master Class. Classes with less than 4 competitors will be moved to the next higher class until that class has at least 4 competitors. Masters & High Masters will compete for open (winner) awards only if there are not 4 in that class. The high scoring competitor in each match from each class will be declared the winner and will not be considered for additional class awards.
Notice: Management reserves the right to alter the match schedule in accordance with weather or range conditions.
Indoor 1800 Match Results for October 15, 2016