The objectives of this match are:
Who: Members of the Lemon Grove Rod & Gun Club and non-members are invited.
When: As shown on website calendar, typically the third Saturday, but sometimes the fourth Saturday.
Sign in will be at the Rifle Range. Participants must be signed in by 8:15 AM. Shooters' safety meeting starts at 8:20 AM. Participants must be present and signed in prior to beginning of safety meeting. Please arrive promptly. Shooting commences at 8:30 AM. Match typically takes at least 3 to 4 hours. We will break into two squads.
The critical times: setup starts at 7:00 AM; sign-in is open at 7:30 AM; sign-in closes at 8:15 AM; Safety Meeting starts at 8:20 AM, and shooting starts at 8:30 AM. Shooters not signed in by 8:15 will not be permitted to participate in the match. Please adjust your arrival time accordingly.
Cost: Free for club members. Gate of $15 for non-members. All participants are expected to help in the conduct of the event by helping with setup, tear-down, target taping and score keeping.
For More Information Contact: Match Director Kelly Galeazzi, firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-520-8783
What to bring: Any semi-auto pistol or revolver, holster, 100 rounds of ammunition, a minimum of 4 magazines or 5 speed loaders, eye protection (shooting glasses), hearing protection and a desire to have some fun.
Holsters must be attached at the belt level. Military and law enforcement may wear their duty rig (drop-leg holster). Muzzle must point down and retention devices and duty gear must be worn. No small-of-back, cross-draw, or shoulder rigs may be used.
Safety Considerations: Please do not use magnum ammunition. It is hard on our targets and hard on the shooter. Lead bullets are recommended over jacketed bullets as they reduce the likelihood of bullet fragments returning to the shooter area when metal targets are being used. The minimum caliber is 9 mm and the minimum power factor is 125 for Service Pistol, Enhanced Service Pistol and Revolvers. It is 165 for Custom Defensive Pistol. This is a centerfire only match.
Stages: Stages will be shot at various locations. Stages will consist of paper and metal targets, both static and dynamic. Props will include barricades, fault lines, ports, swingers, poppers, and other features.
Range Rules: A number of common sense range rules are used for the safety of all participants:
The scoring protocol and rulebook used is that published for the International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts.
The Range Safety Officer and/or Match Director can answer any questions the participants have about the rules.
Handguns must be loaded to the limits specified in the Rules for each Division of handgun.