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  • ARPC - Sports - Shotgun - Trap
    Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Shotgun Trap Jr Trap Schedule Cost Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director Overview Trapshooting competition takes three forms Singles In singles shooting contestants fire from a series of five stations located 16 yd behind the trap At a signal from the contestant the clay target is hurled forward into the air away from the firing line In order to simulate the unpredictable flight patterns of birds taking wing the targets are sprung out of the trap at various angles and in various directions The clay pigeons rise to a minimum height of about 10 ft about 3 m and unless hit fall to the ground about 150 ft about 45 m from the trap Champions often hit 100 out of 100 targets Handicap In handicap trapshooting contestants possessing superior records must shoot from stations located 17 to 27 yd 15 54 to 24 68 m behind the trap The added distance or handicap enables trapshooters of only average ability to compete on equal terms with experts Double target shooting In double target shooting the trap springs two clay pigeons into the air simultaneously in different directions In all three

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  • ARPC - Sports - Shotgun - 5 Stand Trap
    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 5 Stand Trap Schedule Cost Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director Overview Five Stand is very similar to Sporting Clays in that a wide variety of targets are thrown No two five stands are exactly alike There are five stands or stations to shoot from There are usually somewhere between 6 and 8 traps that throw targets Participants shoot in turn at each of the 5 stands and various combinations of targets are thrown from the traps Usually there is a menu card that will advise the shooter of the sequence of targets Five Stand is a great way to get a Sporting Clays like experience in a small amount of space with very little walking Typical five stand targets are a rabbit chandelle overhead standard skeet high house and low house shots teal launched straight up into the air and an incoming bird ARPC 5 Stand Trap Discipline Director Tom Smith 503 623 5788 send email Resources ARPC

    Original URL path: https://www.arpc.info/sports/shotgun/fivestand/ (2016-05-01)
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  • ARPC - Sports - Jr. Program
    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 Jr Program Jr Indoor Rifle Jr Smallbore Rifle Jr Trap Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Jr Program ARPC Jr Program Discipline Directors Jr Indoor Rifle TBD Jr Small bore Mark Baur 541 258 1540 send email Jr Trap Don Arnold 541 619

    Original URL path: https://www.arpc.info/sports/jr/ (2016-05-01)
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  • ARPC - Sports - Jr. Indoor Rifle
    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 Jr Program Jr Indoor Rifle Jr Smallbore Rifle Jr Trap Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Jr Program Indoor Rifle Schedule Cost Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director Overview Junior Indoor Smallbore at ARPC is geared toward competition The junior learns the basics of rifle shooting shooting in matches and sportsmanship There is a short 1 5 to 2 hour introductory course before joining the other juniors on Saturday s Course of Fire Smallbore rifle competition is held over distances of 50 feet 50 yards meters and 100 yards Primarily in 3 positions Prone Standing Kneeling occasionally adding Sitting sometimes shooting Prone only or Standing only Matches Smallbore rifle competitions may be fired indoors or outdoors They can be held locally statewide regionally or nationally Smallbore matches can either be an informal Beginner s Match or sanctioned by their respective governing body the NRA USA Shooting or CMP National Records can be set and the possibility of earning a spot on the United States Junior Development Team working toward the Olympics or trying for college scholarships Air Rifle Practice and competition are also in Air Rifle The same positions are used as in Smallbore the distance is 33 feet and usually indoors Currently the matches are in Sporter Rifle using the Daisy 887 These matches include the Sitting position Acknowledgments Thanks to grants provided by Friends of NRA donations from Albany American Legion Post 10 and the support of Albany Rifle and Pistol Club who furnishes targets rifles and ammunition ARPC Jr Indoor Rifle Discipline Director TBD Resources ARPC Calendar Schedule Cost Overview Course of Fire Matches Air Rifle

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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 - Shotgun - Trap
    Jr Trap Multi gun Old West Wild Bunch Shotgun Trap Jr Trap Schedule Cost Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director Overview Trapshooting competition takes three forms Singles In singles shooting contestants fire from a series of five stations located 16 yd behind the trap At a signal from the contestant the clay target is hurled forward into the air away from the firing line In order to simulate the unpredictable flight patterns of birds taking wing the targets are sprung out of the trap at various angles and in various directions The clay pigeons rise to a minimum height of about 10 ft about 3 m and unless hit fall to the ground about 150 ft about 45 m from the trap Champions often hit 100 out of 100 targets Handicap In handicap trapshooting contestants possessing superior records must shoot from stations located 17 to 27 yd 15 54 to 24 68 m behind the trap The added distance or handicap enables trapshooters of only average ability to compete on equal terms with experts Double target shooting In double target shooting the trap springs two clay pigeons into the air simultaneously in different directions In

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  • ARPC - Sports - Multi-gun
    on the clock We have just what you are looking for ARPC Multi Gun If you have ever shot a USPSA pistol match you will feel right at home here Course of Fire Targets Multi Gun is similar to action pistol just add a shotgun and a magazine fed semi auto rifle We usually transition firearms once per stage example start with your shotgun then transition to rifle but occasionally we use all three on a stage Our targets vary in size from 4 inch steel to IPSC targets and in distances from 2 yards to 300 yards Download Multi gun Rules Equipment The equipment you will need is Eye and ear protection A pistol 9mm or larger with a holster that covers the trigger attached to your belt Several extra magazines in holders 20 or 12 gauge shotgun a extended tube will help Shotgun shell caddies bandoleers or deep pockets Semi auto rifle 223 or larger AR 15 s are the most common style Rifle magazine holder or once again deep pockets 100 rounds of pistol rifle and shotgun shells plus a handful of slugs will easily cover a normal day If you don t miss it will be much less Knee and elbow pads can save your skin from contact with gravel or mud on occasion Safety Most important is safe firearm handling and a willingness to participate in resetting stages If you do not have previous experience we will be happy to help you If necessary we will work with you on the day of the Multi Gun match Either way it will be on a semi private basis just new shooters and a non competitive basis to help you get familiar with range commands and to assess your knowledge on safety You MUST BE SAFE first

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  • ARPC - Sports - Old West
    covered Check the ARPC Calendar For questions please contact the discipline director Old West matches are open to the public Come out and join the fun What is SASS The Single Action Shooting Society is an international organization created to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting SASS endorses regional matches conducted by affiliated clubs stages END of TRAIL The World Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting promulgates rules and procedures to ensure safety and consistency in Cowboy Action Shooting matches and seeks to protect its members 2nd Amendment rights SASS members share a common interest in preserving the history of the Old West and competitive shooting Old West Aliases Costumes One of the unique aspects of SASS approved Cowboy Action Shooting is the requirement placed on costuming Each gain more enjoyment from the costuming aspect of our sport than from the shooting competition itself Regardless of a SASS member s individual area of interest SASS events provide regular opportunities for fellowship and fun with like minded folks and families Spirit of the Game As the game of Cowboy Action Shooting has evolved our members have developed and adopted an attitude towards their participation called The Spirit of the Game It is a code by which we live Competing in The Spirit of the Game means you fully participate in what the competition asks You try your best to dress the part use the appropriate competition tools and respect the traditions of the Old West Some folks would call it nothing more than good sportsmanship We call it Spirit of the Game Old West Firearms Cowboy Action Shooting is a multi faceted shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West Single action revolvers Pistol caliber lever action rifles

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