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XSC Rifle / Pistol ranges are for Members Only

Action Pistol

 The action pistol format consists of various stages of fire, with both steel reaction targets and paper targets. The course of fire changes with every match. Scores are based on target points as well as the time it takes to complete the course. The faster you're safely able to go and still get good hits, the better your score.


    Sign-in for the matches is between 9am and 2pm on the 3rd Sunday of the month, starting in April and running through November.


    The April and November matches are both 3-gun matches. For these two, the competitor will need a shotgun in either 12 or 20 guage, a centerfire rifle and their handgun in 9mm or larger caliber. No holsters are required for these matches. The shotgun stage consists of both steel and arial targets. Trap loads work well for this and 15 rounds should complete this stage. They will need 10 rounds for the rifle targets, which consist of 5, 4 inch reactionary targets set at the berm and just need to be hit to count.  The handgun stage is all steel targets which will need to be knocked down to count. 30 rounds handgun ammo will get them through the stage if they do their part and get good hits.


    For all other matches, competitors will need a centerfire pistol in 9mm or larger caliber, a holster, magazines, speedloaders, eye and ear protection. We also have a pistol caliber carbine class for those with a 9mm, 40 or 45 caliber carbine. Just recently, we have added a shotgun stage to the match, for those wishing to compete with both a shotgun and pistol or carbine.  Thirty to fifty rounds of ammo will usually be sufficient for each time they shoot the matches, and refires are available. Admission is $5.00 per run, with a monitary prize for refires and free refires given for various class winners.


    The matches are open to everyone, so it may be best to stop out and check things out in person. We will answer specific questions and they can get a feel for how the matches run.