The match venue is the West Range.
Any legal handgun (.22 to .45) is acceptable.
Round count for the match is minimum of 50 rounds. You can shoot as many rounds as you want.
A typical stage is 8 to 12 rounds with an occasional 18 round stage.
Most stages require at least one reload (and sometimes two) on the clock so extra magazines or speed-loaders are a must. Two reloads = 3 magazines,
Holsters are preferred (rentals, with belt, are available for $5.00) for securing firearms.
Note-the drawing of loaded firearms while "on the clock" is not permitted.
The warm up range will be available from 9:30 to 9:45 for registered shooters.
The entry fee is waived for first time match shooters.
.22 ($3.00/box) and 9mm ($10.00/box) ammunition is available for purchase at the range.
.22 and 9mm semi-automatic pistols are available for rent ($10.00) at the range.
Nine shooters, including one new shooter (Riley) gathered at the West Range to shoot some interesting and challenging stages on a nice winter day. Nice temperatures (a little cool) and not enough breeze to really notice. Mike earned Top Gun. Nobody shot a no-threat. Fred had to leave after stage 3.
The "Walk in the Park - Take 1" proved to be a bit of a challenge for some (most) of the shooters. Might have had something to do with the "weak" hand only head shots.