Georgia State Championship (Smallbore Rifle Silhouette)

 

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DATES: September 21-22, 2019. Smallbore Rifle match will occur on Saturday. Smallbore Hunting Rifle match will occur on Sunday.

PRACTICE: The range will be open on Friday, September 20th from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

MATCH TIME: Matches begin both days at 9:00 am. Sight-in and practice is from 8:00 am – 8:45am.

MEMBERSHIP: The match is open to all shooters. Membership in the NRA is not required. Membership in the Georgia Sport Shooting Association is required for GA residents. Out-of-state shooters must be members of their state association or join GSSA.

RANGE CAPACITY: 60 shooters per day. Please register early.

SQUADDING: Competitors will be allowed to choose their own starting target and relay on a first-come, first-serve basis at check-in on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning before 8:45am. Competitors will score for the relay following them.

COURSE OF FIRE: Both day’s matches will consist of two 40-shot matches each day as follows:

10 shots at Chickens at 40 meters
10 shots at Pigs at 60 meters
10 shots at Turkeys at 77 meters
10 shots at Rams at 100 meters

SCORE: Your final match score is the aggregate of the two 40- shot matches (80 shots total). Shoot-offs and National Long Run records will be shot at the end of each day.

RULES: Current NRA Silhouette rules will apply.

SAFETY: Open-Bolt Indicators are required. Listen for Range Commands. Case deflectors are required on semi-autos. Standard velocity ammuntion only.

CLASSES: NRA rules apply. Unclassified shooters compete in Master class. Classification can occur on Friday afternoon. Lone competitors will shoot in next higher class. Two shooters make a class.

AWARDS: Georgia Open State Champion award will be presented to the highest scoring competitor. The Georgia State Champion must be a Georgia resident. If a Georgia resident wins the Open Championship, only one award will be made. Class awards will be as follows: Two (2) places will be awarded in Master Class. Three (3) places will be awarded in AAA Class through B Class. Awards will also be presented to the High Senior (60-70), High Super Senior (70+), High Lady, and High Junior (20 and below) each day. Awards will be plaques and will be presented at the conclusion of the afternoon match each day.

LUNCH: Lunch is provided on Saturday and Sunday to shooters. If you would like to buy an additional lunch, it is $12 per person.

SHIRTS: T-shirts will be provided to those who register by Friday, August 16th, 2019. If you would like to buy an additional shirt, it is $15.

FACILITIES: Drinking water will be available. There are two bathrooms available.

LODGING: There are numerous hotels available close to the range at Exits 36 and 38 off I-95.

TARGET-SETTERS: We will have target-setters for both matches.

CLASSIFICATION CARDS: All shooters must have an up-to-date 2019 NRA Silhouette Rifle Classification Card.

REGISTRATION: Match registration and entry fee payment is now an online process.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

or paste the following link into your browser:
https://goo.gl/forms/ZFDZaMYYWVX0omI33

CONTACT: For any questions, please use contact below:

BRAD STURZ, MATCH DIRECTOR
bradley.sturz@gmail.com

DIRECTIONS:From I-95 north or south take exit 36 B to highway 341 north; follow 341 for 4 miles to Green Swamp Road, turn right. Go straight for 0.6 miles. Turn right on the dirt road just past the railroad tracks (Gisco/Range Road), this road leads through the range gate.

 

April 2019 Scores

Practiscore

Long Range Shooters Clinic Info

April 6, 2019 at CGGC. You do not have to be a member to shoot. This will be a very controlled class where you can learn about long range shooting and get the data for your rifle to make sure you can shoot it at that range. 

Here is a PDF to download and put your information on. Fill out as much as you can. This will help us help you.

Shooters Clinic PDF

March Steel Match

Squads 1 and 2

Squad 3

Feb 9 2019 Steel Challenge

https://practiscore.com/results/html/3f88f433-8666-4115-9f56-e94c36e3fe37

Reminder: Five Stages for December Steel Match (12.8.18)

The next steel match is Saturday, December 8th.

We will be shooting five stages (subject to change depending on weather and range conditions).

This match will be an Outlaw Steel Match. The rules for Outlaw Steel are identical to a regular steel match, but the configuration of stages will not follow the standard steel challenge format.

Please note that we must be finished with the match by 12:00 for the Women on Target Event.

We begin promptly at 9:00 am.

Please arrive by 8:30 am for registration and safety briefing.

Info for potential new shooters:

  1. It is ideal to have five magazines for each firearm you plan to shoot.
  2. If you are fortunate enough not to miss a single shot, each stage requires a minimum of 25 rounds.
  3. To be safe, plan on somewhere between 30-50 rounds per stage to ensure a sufficient amount of ammo.
  4. All .22 pistols/rifles and pistol caliber carbines must have an empty chamber indicator and be carried in a range bag that is capable of being zipped.

Steel Match – November 2018 Results

Steel Match 11.10.18 Results

Results can be found here.

Reminder: Six Stages for November Outlaw Steel Match (11.10.18)

The next steel match is Saturday, November 10th.

We will be shooting six stages (subject to change depending on weather and range conditions).

This match will be an Outlaw Steel Match. The rules for Outlaw Steel are identical to a regular steel match, but the configuration of stages will not follow the standard steel challenge format.

We begin promptly at 9:00 am.

Please arrive by 8:30 am for registration and safety briefing.

Info for potential new shooters:

  1. It is ideal to have five magazines for each firearm you plan to shoot.
  2. If you are fortunate enough not to miss a single shot, each stage requires a minimum of 25 rounds.
  3. To be safe, plan on somewhere between 30-50 rounds per stage to ensure a sufficient amount of ammo.
  4. All .22 pistols/rifles and pistol caliber carbines must have an empty chamber indicator andbe carried in a range bag that is capable of being zipped.

Steel Match – October 2018 Results

Steel Match 10.13.18 Results

An absolutely gorgeous day for shooting!

Results can be found here.

Reminder: Six Stages for October Steel Match (10.13.18)

The next steel match is Saturday, October 13th.

We will be shooting six stages.

We begin promptly at 9:00 am.

Please arrive by 8:30 am for registration and safety briefing.

Info for potential new shooters:

  1. It is ideal to have five magazines for each firearm you plan to shoot.
  2. If you are fortunate enough not to miss a single shot, each stage requires a minimum of 25 rounds.
  3. To be safe, plan on somewhere between 30-50 rounds per stage to ensure a sufficient amount of ammo.