Match Director is the Range Officer!
No handling of guns while someone is down range or red cease fire flag is drawn in.
All guns must be cased or uncased on the firing line and no place else.
All guns must be pointed down range.
When the range is clear and the range is called hot you may handle and load your gun.
Do not fire your gun until the command is given.
Bullseye Match Rules
Listen for the commands given over the speaker system.
The commands are as follows.
Shooters to the firing line with (10 rounds for Slow fire, 5 rounds for Timed or Rapid fire).
Load. (Slow fire - 10 rounds, or 5 rounds twice, Timed & Rapid fire - 5 rounds)
Is the line ready? The line is ready.
Ready on the right, ready on the left, ready on the firing line.
Fire. (For Timed and Rapid fire a tone will sound indicating start).
Once everyone has finished or the time runs out or a tone sounds off a cease fire is called.
Guns are emptied, guns on the table, cylinders opened, magazines out, slides back, OCI's in.
Stand behind the yellow line.
OCI's in on the right? OCI's in on the left?
The line is safe. You may go forward, score and repair you target.
OCI stands for Open Chamber Indicator and are available for purchase for $1.00
End of match
At the end of the match if you have a red dot or electronic sight don't forget to turn it off. Case you gun.
You may bring your gun to your car. Then return and help clean up. Don't forget to add up your score card and turn your card in! All scores will be emailed to you as well as posted on this website.
Police L Shoot or L Match timeings as follows:
Slow Fire: Ten shots in Four minutes. Timed Fire: 15 seconds
Rapid: 11 seconds
We will do an L the last monday of every month unless our shooters don't like it.