Long range silhouette is fired on metallic, animal-shaped targets at four distances. The objective is to knock down the targets in sequence. One point is awarded for each knock-down. A knock-down out of sequence or when you manage to hit a target without knocking it off of the rail is counted as a miss.
This is known as a fun match. We want you to come out with whatever 22 rifle you already have, shoot, and above all, to enjoy yourself. Prizes are limited to bragging rights. It is quite a challenge to shoot a 22 at over 200 yards and hit something. Mother Nature can easily blow your bullet off course, but she can’t dampen our fun - we shoot from a covered firing line!
Please check the Calendar. Matches are usually held on the 4th Saturday of each month, but may change due to other events.
10 chickens at 50 meters
10 pigs at 100 meters
10 turkeys at 150 meters
10 rams at 200 meters
Includes sight-in time on swinger targets.
After sight-in, indicate you’re going for score.
After 10 shots for score, you may continue to fire for the remaining time for fun and practice.
Targets are steel NRA Smallbore Pistol silhouette targets. The chicken is 1/2 scale, and the pig, turkey, and ram are 3/8ths scale:
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