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High power across the course (XTC) National Match Course league matches are held on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 0800 on the 200 yard line.
Marion Estes will call the match. 502-1172
Joe Zullo will call the match. 495-4109
If you are interested in NRA or club 1800 matches, and want to give it a try, Contact: Ted Carter a call at 904-880-1715 CDRCoach@reagan.com
If you are interested in NRA 2700 matches, and want to give it a try, Contact: Ted Carter a call at 904-880-1715 CDRCoach@reagan.com
The black powder muzzle loading rifle and pistol match is shot the second Saturday of each month beginning at 8:00 AM on the silhouette range and lasts about three hours. Any muzzle loading rifle with any metallic sight is fine and although most of us shoot a patched round ball and traditional black powder any projectile and safe black powder substitute such as Pyrodex is fine.
Our match consists of five rifle targets; two targets at 25 yards, two at 50 yards and one at 100 yards, five shots on each target. We generally shoot a combination of NMLRA bulls eye and animal targets. One ten shot pistol match at either 25 or 50 yards is shot at the end of the rifle match. All targets are shot from the offhand position. Ribbons are awarded to individual target and aggregate winners.
We call ourselves the Treaty Oak Long Rifles and are affiliated with the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association. In addition to Gateway’s normal safety rules additional black powder safety including keeping powder covered at all times, loading behind the firing line and no smoking on the firing line is enforced.
Our match is low key and our objective is to be safe, have fun and preserve our heritage by shooting muzzle loading firearms.
If you are interested in trying this discipline, contact Rod Ingram email@example.com 904-403-3807
Smallbore Rifle Silhouette
Match Schedule: Fourth Saturday of the month @ 9:30am (see Club calendar for dates)
Contact: Hugh McCombs 904-309-1988 email: CatAir@Bellsouth.net
Smallbore Rifle and Hunting Rifle
Ten targets, NRA 1/5 scale, are fired upon from each of four ranges. 10 Chickens at 40 meters, 10 Pigs at 50 meters (reduced size), 10 Turkeys at 77 meters, and 10 Rams at 100 meters. All shooting will be performed offhand with no support. Standard (Heavy rifles) may not exceed 10 lbs. 2 oz. Hunting (Light) rifles may not exceed 8 ˝ lbs or have a trigger pull of less than 2 lbs. Scopes are permitted in both rifle classes.
Smallbore Cowboy Rifle
Ten targets, NRA 1/2 scale, are fired upon from each of four ranges. 10 Chickens at 40 meters, 10 Pigs at 50 meters, 10 Turkeys at 77 meters, and 10 Rams at 100 meters. All shooting will be performed offhand with no support. Any lever-action, pump-action or self-loading rimfire rifle with a tubular magazine is permitted. Open(iron) or peep sights are permitted no scoped rifles can be used.
Cowboy Fast Draw
We use 1865-1900 vintage or replica .45 caliber revolvers with a minimum barrel length of 4.5 inches. We only shoot wax bullets propelled by a 209 shotgun primer. All you have to do is wait for the target light to turn on, then draw and hit the 24 inch target that stands 21 feet away before your opponent does. Contact:Ike Kirby (Outlaw Ike) (904) 502-0571 firstname.lastname@example.org
Affiliated with the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS), shooters engage steel and knockdown targets with vintage or replica firearms from the Wild West era between 1850 and 1900.
Contact: Sheriff Misfire Mordecai (aka Jake Mehrman) 904-316-0644
Contact: Bill Smith who can be reached at 904-276-1008 at home or 904-790-6112 at work.
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