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RIMFIRE CHALLENGE AT ACTION PISTOL
Shooters engage multiple steel targets with .22 caliber rifles and pistols while being timed.
Rimfire Challenge Practice
During the Rimfire Challenge "season", practice is held the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month during scheduled Action Pistol hours and allows practice shooting to those who want to take part in the Rimfire Challenge Competition. Located at the Action Pistol Range. Check-in at the Rifle/Pistol office.
Rimfire Challenge 2024 Dates
3rd Saturday of the Month, March through October: 9am - 1pm @ the Action Pistol Range
Adult Member Fee = $10.00/person
Adult non-Member fee = $20.00/person
Youth (16 and under) = $5.00 with any paying adult
Contact: Jeff Whitaker email: email@example.com
For more information about Rimfire Challenge, please visit www.rimfirechallenge.org
TWISTED TREE SPORTING CLAYS/5-STAND
Come out and enjoy one of the best 5-Stand and Sporting Clays courses!! Saturday/Sundays: 10-2 and the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month 10-2.
STEEL CHALLENGE AT ACTION PISTOL
Our goal is to offer safe and fun participation in Steel Shooting events for people of all ages and skill levels.
Steel Challenge @ Redmond will take place the first Saturday of the month from May through October at the Action Pistol Range. The course of fire will consist of 3 stages with 5 steel targets set up for each stage. Participants will shoot 5 strings during each stage. Each string will be
timed and scored.
Normal range fee plus $5.00. All fees will be paid at the main Rifle Pistol Range before coming to the Action Pistol range.
Registration will start at 9:30 AM at Action Pistol, and the meet will start at 10:00 AM and run until about 1:00 PM
Participants help set up and tear down targets and other range setups. Everyone at Redmond Rod & Gun Club is a volunteer so the event help is required
It is up to each group to do their timing and scoring. We will provide shot timers, score sheets and track scores over the season.
Centerfire Pistol only with two classes: iron sights, & optic sights
Open shooting after the match depending on completion time
Strong side OWB holster
Centerfire pistol, semiautomatic or revolver. Magnum calibers excluded
Sufficient magazine or speed loader capacity to fire at 5 targets, 5 strings (minimum 25 rounds)
Sufficient ammunition for your gun to complete the match. 100 rounds minimum is suggested
Eye and ear protection
Drawing your pistol from a holster
Don’t worry if you have not drawn from a holster before. We feature a thorough range orientation followed by a hands-on tutorial to familiarize you with drawing the gun safely from the holster, getting the sights on target for an accurate shot, and reloading the pistol.
TACTICAL 3 GUN AT ACTION PISTOL
STAY TUNED FOR 2024 SCHEDULE!
“Tactical” is a dynamic 3-gun match using a pistol, shotgun and a pistol caliber carbine. It’s a combination of traditional 3-gun and IDPA. The discipline focuses on the use of cover, as well as shooting on the move and acknowledges the benefits of training with an elevated heart rate. We request an action range certification, law enforcement training or previous action shooting
experience. If you are unsure, please reach out to the match director prior to attending your first match. Due to elevated ammo prices and shortages, .22 rifles and pistols are allowed.
Setup is around 8:30. Sign in before 9:30 am at the Action Pistol range. Walk-through at 10:00. Match fee is $10 for members, and $20 for non-members.
Competitors shoot 4 stages and are scored by time + penalties. Paper and steel targets are used. We draw from a holster, shoot on the move, and require reloads. A covering garment (Jacket or Vest) may be required on some stages using a pistol (weather dependent.)
What to Bring:
Pistol with retention holster. External or Inside waistband worn forward of the shooters 3-9 o’clock. No open “race holsters.” A Kydex style holster is typical.
Pistol - Caliber Carbine- (9mm is common) Sling optional, 1-2 magazines.
12 Gauge Shotgun - 8+1 max rounds at start of stage. Magazine fed shotguns are allowed but will put the shooter in the “OPEN/Cheater” division.
Ear & Eye protection are required. Knee pads are recommended. Long guns must be cased. Bags or hard cases are acceptable.
Drinking water- No drinking fountain here. Hydrate!
Ammo: Plan on needing a max of 75 rounds of pistol, 75 rounds for a pistol caliber carbine, 35 rounds of bird shot, and 2 slugs. 5 rounds of buck shot (optional). If you do not have slugs or buck, do not let that keep you from attending.
Tactical Discipline Chair
Redmond Rod and Gun Club
WOMEN ON TARGET SHOOTING CLINIC 2024
Date: May 4, 2024
NRA RANGE SAFETY OFFICER (RSO) TRAINING COURSE
Courses are scheduled for 2023 -- For more information about the RSO training course, click here.