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  • ARPC - Sports - Rifle - Smallbore
    with the 10 ring the size of a pinhead It has very strict rules regarding equipment and attire and you see a lot more rifles with a lot of bells and whistles The original smallbore evolved over years into what is now also known as four position shooting The indoor gallery style of shooting that is done is the Willamette Valley League matches are this four position stuff It consists of 10 shots each fired in the prone standing kneeling and sitting positions So there is a total of 40 record shots and unlimited sighters all done in a set time period Format The generally accepted format at most 50 foot indoor ranges around here is to shoot block times that is either two or all four of the positions are shot under a broad time limit This allows the shooter to spend his time as he sees fit perhaps taking a lot of time on offhand and less on prone for example At the ARPC we run a 55 minute block and let the shooters figure out how much time they want to spend on each position At OSU and most of the other ranges they give you a 25 minute block to shoot two positions There is a little break in between where the first two targets are pulled and a fresh set hung At some ranges there is a lot of kibitzing during shooting and behind the firing line lending to a very relaxed atmosphere At other ranges it is much more by the book and you will get frowns and glares if you exhale too loudly between shots let alone carry on a conversation with your neighbor Outdoor Smallbore The indoor season has wound down and the smallbore shooters have moved outside to shoot at 50 yards We are doing the same thing four position shooting that is but add in the factor of changing light wind rain and temperature all of which can and do effect the path of the tiny little hunk of lead Which leads to a lot of moans and groans when certain individuals forget to keep a vigilant eye on the wind flags Smallbore is challenging on the indoor range add in all the variables common to outdoor shooting and it ratchets up the level of frustration at times to an unbearable level The name of the game whether indoor or out is building a good position and trigger control Once a shooter has these two principals nailed down it allows them to focus on the watching for the little gusts of wind that cause mayhem Mini Palma Now that everyone knows what Smallbore is what the heck is Mini Palma Well we take those same 22 caliber smallbore rifles flop down on our bellies and shoot entirely from the prone position This is where the rubber really hits the road Mini Palma at ARPC is typically shot at 100 150 and 200 yards all with 22 rifles Each distance has

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  • ARPC - Sports - Rifle - F Class
    scope front rest or bipod and rear bag like Benchrest Most matches are scored by hit value like Palma rather than group size like 1000 yd Benchrest Rules Regulations F class is one of the fastest growing forms of rifle competition Scopes allow the shooters to wring the full accuracy out of their guns at long range Shooting from the ground allows matches to be conducted at ranges that don t have benches for long distances Being so new F class rules are still evolving but here in the United States two classes are recognized F Class Open with a 10kg 22 pound weight limit F TR F Class Target Rifle with is restricted to 223Rem and 308Win caliber rifles fired off of bipods with a 18 15 pound weight limit or 16 pound weight limit if a front rest is used A rear rest sandbag or sock is permitted if wanted Download F Class Rifle Rules Course of Fire Targets While F class rifles are similar in many respects to 1000 yard Benchrest guns the way shots are fired during the course of a match is quite different 1K Benchrest shooters can fire all their shots in a fast string with conditions remaining relatively stable F classers shoot in squads of two or three After each shot you must wait for the target to be pulled and marked So while a 1000 yard Benchrest guru like Bill Shehane might fire 10 shots in one minute or less a top F classer might fire his ten shots in ten minutes Consequently wind shifts are more likely to impact F class shooters so you need good wind doping skills to be competitive While 1K BR shooters normally produce smaller groups than F class shooters the gap is narrowing with cleans having

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  • ARPC - Sports - Handgun
    Defense Basic Pistol Shooting Home Firearm Safety Hunter Education Reloading Info About Newsletters Calendar Range Rules Gun Show Machine Gun Shoot Hunter Sight in Days Map Contact Committee Contacts Discipline Directors Executive Board Calendar Login Loading Search ARPC E Mailer Message Not Sent Message Sent Thank You To Name Email Address Your email address is required for us to reply Subject Message Send Cancel OK ARPC Sports Overview Competition Results Rifle Handgun Bowling Pins ICORE Steel Challenge USPSA Shotgun Jr Program Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Handgun ARPC Handgun Discipline Directors Bowling Pins Bill Manghelli 541 935 2019 send email ICORE Mike Beach 541 451 2374 send email Steel Challenge Jan Hase 541 619 4783 send email USPSA Action Pistol Jan Hase 541 619 4783 send email Multi Gun Dwight Brimley 541 231 8723 send email Old West Linda Hite Tuffy Tumbleweed 541 619 7381 send email Wild Bunch Walt Trimmer 541 754 2819 send email Albany Rifle and Pistol Club 29999 Saddle Butte Road Shedd OR 97377 Office 541 491 3755 The mission of the Albany Rifle and Pistol Club is in the training education and encouragement of organized shooting among citizens law enforcement and military personnel of

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  • ARPC - Sports - Handgun - Bowling Pins
    Directors Executive Board Calendar Login Loading Search ARPC E Mailer Message Not Sent Message Sent Thank You To Name Email Address Your email address is required for us to reply Subject Message Send Cancel OK ARPC Sports Overview Competition Results Rifle Handgun Bowling Pins ICORE Steel Challenge USPSA Shotgun Jr Program Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Handgun Bowling Pins Schedule Cost Second and fourth Thursday of the month April September Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director What is a bowling pin shoot Well 4 pins are set up on a table with a popover target or another pin off to the side The course of fire is to shoot the 4 pins off the table then the popover target as quickly as possible The trick is to knock the pin off the table on the first shot otherwise you are chasing a lower profile possibly spinning target Come on out and shoot some bowling pins ARPC Bowling Pins Discipline Director Bill Manghelli 541 935 2019 send email Resources ARPC Calendar Schedule Cost What is a bowling pin shoot Back to Top Albany Rifle and Pistol Club 29999 Saddle Butte Road Shedd OR 97377 Office

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  • ARPC - Sports - Handgun - ICORE
    Machine Gun Shoot Hunter Sight in Days Map Contact Committee Contacts Discipline Directors Executive Board Calendar Login Loading Search ARPC E Mailer Message Not Sent Message Sent Thank You To Name Email Address Your email address is required for us to reply Subject Message Send Cancel OK ARPC Sports Overview Competition Results Rifle Handgun Bowling Pins ICORE Steel Challenge USPSA Shotgun Jr Program Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Handgun ICORE Schedule Cost Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director What is ICORE The International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts ICORE sport combines elements of the Bianchi Cup IPSC and the Steel Challenge into demanding competition exclusively for revolvers Our standard paper target is the NRA D 1 target with 4 scoring areas Scoring is based on time including time added or subtracted per the scoring rules Falling and stationary steel plates are also used in ICORE events ARPC ICORE Discipline Director Mike Beach 541 451 2374 send email Resources ARPC Calendar Official ICORE Website Schedule Cost What is ICORE Back to Top Albany Rifle and Pistol Club 29999 Saddle Butte Road Shedd OR 97377 Office 541 491 3755 The mission of the Albany Rifle and Pistol

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  • ARPC - Sports - Handgun - Steel Challenge
    4th Sunday of Each Month 9am North East Range Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director There is a small fee to participate in these matches please check the event details on the calendar What is Steel Challenge Steel Challenge is competitive shooting at a variety of steel plates at different distances All you need to do is hit each steel plate one time and the timer records the amount of time it takes you to hit all the plates Each match is set up with 6 different stages consisting of 5 steel plates per stage The competitor shoots each stage string of 5 plates 5 times from a set position and the best 4 strings time wise count for score Firearms Ammo Competitors may shoot center fire pistol pistol caliber rifles or 22 rimfire pistols in the Steel Challenge stages Bring at least 200 rounds to the match just to be safe Normal matches take 150 rounds if you hit each target the first time Equipment Always dress appropriately for the current weather conditions we do shoot from protective cover if it is raining You will need your firearm a holster that covers the trigger

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  • ARPC - Sports - Handgun - USPSA
    Shooting through around over and under walls and props of all types Analyzing a given shooting situation to provide one of the most exciting and challenging of the shooting sports USPSA is largely run and gun Targets are man sized silhouettes and reactive knockdown steel at ranges from 6 feet to 50 yards Overview First person Scoring Scoring is based on The accuracy of target hits Time taken to complete the course The power caliber and muzzle velocity of the handgun used It s fun to watch and even more fun to do USPSA competition allows you to enjoy recreational competition with your handgun while developing your gun handling skills Divisions You compete against shooters with similar handguns Open Division for custom handguns with scopes compensator ports extended magazines etc Production Division for box stock double action handguns SIGs Glocks XDs etc Limited Division for high capacity handguns without compensators or scopes Limited 10 Division for Limited handguns loaded with a maximum of 10 rounds Single Stack for the 1911 types Revolver Division for wait for it revolvers Affiliations The United States Practical Shooting Association USPSA is the US regional organization of the International Practical Shooting Confederation IPSC and our matches are sanctioned by these organizations Matches are held all over the USA and the World including at the ranges of several clubs in Oregon A typical match in Oregon consists of Six courses of fire requiring a minimum of 140 rounds to complete Equal scoring emphasis is place on speed and accuracy and you do not need to be an athlete to compete and have fun Safety Training A two part safety class is recommended prior to shooting in a match Part one A written safety test Part two A live fire safety session held on the 1st Saturday

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  • ARPC - Sports - Shotgun
    Thank You To Name Email Address Your email address is required for us to reply Subject Message Send Cancel OK ARPC Sports Overview Competition Results Rifle Handgun Shotgun Trap 5 Stand Trap Jr Program Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Shotgun ARPC Shotgun Discipline Directors Trap Chip Cover 541 990 3321 send email 5 Stand Trap Tom Smith 503 623 5788 send email Jr Trap Don Arnold 541 619 3238

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