The class has been postponed to a later date due to range condition and weather.
The reschedule date has yet to be determined.
There will be an introduction to uspsa class on April 21, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
There is no fee for this class and it's a great way to learn the range commands, rules and
what to expect in general.
You will need a holster that covers the trigger guard as well as eye and ear protection.
You will need a minimum of 50 rounds for the class and we suggest you bring 100 rds.
Update: As of Friday the match is still a GO .
It will be a muddy sloppy mess. Come out and join the fun !
The SuperClassifier Match will have six(6) stages.
We plan to setup the following classifiers
USPSA launched the new and improved USPSA website last night! While there are some new and exciting features, some of the traditional features will now require you to log into the member area of the website, including checking your classification, uploading scores from a recent match, or viewing your membership and RO certification expiration dates.
Thank you to all the shooters who shot with us this season.
We especially appreciate your patience with the changes with setup and start times.
The 2018 schedule is usually posted sometime in February.
We'll look forward to seeing you next spring!
The club is starting a Facebook page to be able to keep you updated better and allow better communication from club members to each other. The club will be posting information on registering for matches, match setup requests and information, etc.
We have changed the procedures for Pistol Caliber Carbine division this season (2018)
Shooters may still un-bag and bag their rifles at the stage start and finish positions.
However, this is no longer required. Carbines may be staged and flagged according to USPSA rules.