Steel shooting is a fast paced activity where shooters face an array of steel plates and knockdown targets which provide instant audible and visual hit feedback. Our steel shoots consist of 4 unique stages every match. Each stage has 8 or more steel targets and on occasion swinging, popup and/or cardboard silhouettes. Scoring is done using Vickers Count.
A handgun and a belt-worn outside the waistband (OWB) holster are required. Both lead and FMJ ammunition are permitted. Loaded velocities should be kept under 1300fps. Caliber should be 9mm and up. NO HOLLOW POINT BULLETS
Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) and .22 LR are shot from the low ready.
The following sub-classes will be scored separately:
Open: Optics, ported/compensated barrels
Limited: No optics, no ported/compensated barrels. Anything else goes.
Limited 8: Single stack 8 rounds or less. No optics, no ported/compensated barrels. Magazines may only be loaded with 8 rounds.
Safe gun handling is closely adhered to, with penalties for not doing so. Handle all longarms by the butt with the muzzle down to and from the firing line. Your handgun will not leave your holster unless it is your turn to shoot.
Regular season Steel shoots are held on the first Sunday of the month; April through November.
Registration is 8:00 AM- 8:44 AM, Mandatory Safety meeting (If you don’t attend the Safety meeting you don’t shoot) 8:45 AM
Shooting begins at 9:00 AM and is usually done by noon.”
Winter Season Steel shoots are held on the first Sunday of the month; December through March as long as the Club driveway is passable.
Registration during WINTER is 9:00 AM- 9:44 AM, Mandatory Safety meeting (If you don’t attend the Safety meeting you don’t shoot) 9:45 AM
Shooting begins at 10:00 AM and is usually done by 1 pm.
REGISTRATION FEE: $10.00 per gun. Shooters may shoot multiple guns, but must pay and fill out a score sheet for each gun.
Contact: Mike Romig at (570) 204-4631