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    Default Birchwood March events

    March 12th Mad Minute 10:00am (C range) Range closed to all non-participants

    This is a very simple match, you have 1 minute to hit a 6 target as many times as you can. The targets will be placed at 100 yards for center fire rifles, and 50 yard for rimfire rifles. Any hit in, or touching the black will count as hit for score. You may shoot any safe rifle; use front sandbags/bench/bipods/rest and slings, but the rear of the rifle must be unsupported and shouldered. Magazines will be loaded with no more than 10 rounds each and staged with rifle or on your person. The cost of the match will be $15 with $10 going to the range and $5 into a pot that will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Sign-in and safety briefing will be 10:00 am.

    March 13th 22 Rimfire steel match, rifles or pistols (F range) Range closed to all non-participants

    Event is a 22 rimfire steel match. Sign-in and safety briefing will be 10:00 am. This is a great match for beginners to experienced shooters. You will need a 22 pistol or rifle and 2 magazines (5 preferred), a pistol rug/rifle case, eye and ear protection and minimum of 100 rounds of ammo. This is an outdoor event so please dress for the weather. The cost is $15.00. Trophy prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. March 15th Private Party (Range closed all day) March 19th Women's only 22 Rimfire match pistol or rifle (F range) Range closed to all non-participants

    Ladies come out and have some fun. On the 19th of March, BRSP will hold a 22 rimfire steel match. Sign-in and safety briefing will be 10:00 am. This is a great match for beginners to experienced shooters. You will need a 22 pistol or rifle and 2 magazines (5 preferred) a pistol rug/rifle case, eye and ear protection and minimum of 100 rounds of ammo. This is an outdoor event so please dress for the weather. The cost is $15.00. Trophy prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

    March 19th Private Party C range closed @ Noon to 5pm March 20th Tactile Carbine match (C range) Range closed to all non-participants

    Event is a .223 tactical carbine and pistol match ("C" Range will be closed"). 20 mar 11 at 10:00am sign in and safety briefing. First shots will be at 10:45-11:00. 100-150 rounds of .223 is required (any ammo that attracts a magnet will not be allowed), and 1 box (50 rounds) of pistol ammo. Targets will mainly be steel knockdown, with some paper targets mixed in. This event will use time plus scoring, and a minimum of two magazines is required (5 recommended). Bi-pods may be used, but no range mats will be provided. You will need a holster that covers the trigger guard and will secure the firearm during all movement. Trophy prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. March 23rd-25th Private Party Reserved (H range) closed March 26th Reserved for private party

    (C range) Closed March 27th Stel Challenge (E range) Range closed to all non-participants

    Come and shoot the Steel Challenge 10:00 am sign-up safety brief 11:00 first shots. The cost will be $15 for the event. All handgun divisions will be recognized, including .22LR open & limited, single & double-action revolvers, open & limited centerfire pistols. You will need at least 100 rounds, if you never miss. [I'd bring more.] Other equipment you will need (in addition to eye and ear protection): Holster, belt, magazines pouches for centerfire guns; just extra magazines (2 min 5 recommended) for .22LR and gun rug (will be shot from low-ready position, so no holster needed for .22's). Targets will be all steel (10", and 12" round plates, 18x24" rectangles). This steel match will run according to Steel Challenge Shooting Association rules. With a few exceptions, courses of fire consist of 5 non-reactive steel plates, one of which is a designated stop plate. Each shooter will shoot each stage 5 times, with the best 4 runs counting for score. Missed plates or late shots incur a 3 second penalty each. The match will generally consist of 4 such stages. Since there is no steel to reset, stages run quickly with squads simply needing to put fresh paint on the targets between shooters (and pick up brass if desired). No prizes the winner will have bragging rights for the month.

    Any questions, please call Dale Andrews, Range Officer at Birchwood Recreation & Shooting Park 688-3967

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