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Becoming an Outdoors Woman Steel Plate Challenge

June 12 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

$10
Test your shooting skills at this rimfire challenge match. A two gun match, requiring a .22 cal rifle and a .22 cal handgun, open to ladies 18 years and older.
Handguns and rifles will be provided, if needed. However, we encourage you to bring your own guns & ammo. Only .22LR is allowed.
2pm Registration. Shoot begins at 2:30 & should end around 4:30 or 5 pm
Fee is $10 & must be payable to Weeping Water Gun Club cash or check on day of shoot.
How the shoot works: All targets are reactive steel of different sizes and shapes, using eight stages of five targets each. There is a maximum time limit of 30 seconds allowed per run. At each stage the shooter will engage the five targets in any order but a designated “stop” target must be engaged last. The shooter will shoot each stage five times and each run will be timed. The slowest time for each stage will be dropped and the remaining four totaled for the score. All shooting is done from a stationary position: no movement is allowed. All shooters are divided into groups (squads) with different starting/ending stages.
Four of the stages will be for rifle and four for handgun. Target distance will vary for each stage but the minimum is seven yards (handgun) and the maximum is 35 yards (rifle). Magazines are loaded with a maximum of 10 rounds, and it is recommended, but not required, to have five magazines. Reloading will not be part of the shooters time and if a shooter does not have five magazines, he/she may have another shooter in the group reload for them while they are shooting.

Details

Date:
June 12
Time:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$10
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Venue

Weeping Water Gun Club
3590 Scenic Dr.
Weeping Water, NE 68463
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