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The official NRA Conventional Pistol (Bullseye) rules can be found HERE.

Come out and join us for Bullseye shooting. We shoot on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm, with practice starting about 6:00pm. If you want to learn how to shoot, not just throw lead at targets then you should join us.

We shoot 3 courses of fire. We start with slow fire, where you’ll learn to focus on the target and trigger control. It consists of 10 shots fired in 10 minutes.

Next we’ll have the timed fire portion where we will shoot 5 shots in 20 seconds and we do it twice for a total of 10 shots. A lot of shooters consider the timed fire portion their favorite. There is plenty of time to squeeze off 5 shots.

Next we do rapid fire! It’s the most challenging part of the course. You get to shoot 5 shots in 10 seconds. To do well you have to keep your focus. And again we do it twice for a total of 10 shots.

At that time you’ll have shot 30 shots with a possible score of 300. After we score all of our targets we get ready to do it again. The first time around we shoot a .22. the next round we can shoot either a .22 again or a center fire pistol or revolver. At the end of the night we’ll have shot 60 rounds.

When you come down there will be someone to help you through the various stages so you’ll feel comfortable shooting with us. All of us started at some time! Once you experience Bullseye shooting, regular plinking won’t seem as much fun. You’ll notice improvements almost every time you shoot.

The cost is only $5.00 for both rounds for members, and 6.00 for non-members. Join us we start on the first Tuesday in October and shoot till just before Easter. You don’t have to shoot every Tuesday, just join us when you’re free.

Our Tuesday night Bullseye League, which runs from October through March, shoots 2 National Gallery Courses at a range of 50 feet. Practice starts at 6:00pm and the match starts at 6:30pm.

 

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