faces are always welcome!
All matches are open to the public.
Match Directors have full authority over
the entire range and all persons at the range during all scheduled matches.
Range is Closed to other uses for the scheduled duration of all Matches.
- Annual Club Championship Match
Open to Club Members and their guests, but only paid Members can claim
the Championship. Check
the October calendar for date. Setup at 8AM. Match starts at 10AM.
Teardown is done by 2PM. Match fee is $10. Course of Fire:
Pistol - 5 shots standing one-handed at 25 yards & 5 shots
sitting two-handed at 50 yards, NRA Bullseye target, any centerfire
pistol with iron sights.
Rifle - 5 shots standing offhand and 5 shots sitting at 200 yards at
life-size deer target, using any legal deer rifle with iron sights
or scope set at 8x or less.
Shotgun - 20 shots (singles) at clay birds thrown from 2 traps to
hunting situations. Any legal shotgun may be used.
Challenging but FUN! Come out and take your crack at bragging rights
for the next year!
Contact: David Spaugh 541-519-7417.
- USPSA Practical Pistol
See Calendar for dates, 8AM to 1PM, register at 8AM, shooting starts at
Dates may vary, always check the calendar before traveling.
$15 adults, $10 juniors; first match is free.
All stages are run by NROI Certified Range Officers.
Contact: Phil O'Connell 208-850-1313.
- Powder River Pistolettes
Ladies-only shooting group, new members are always welcome!
See Calendar for range events.
Certified Range Safety Officers are present at every range event.
This is a safe, fun, and instructive way to get in some practice time
at the range, and meet new friends!
Contact Bette Horan 541-523-3659 (w) or 541-518-1986 (h).
- Steel Varmint Silhouette Match
See Calendar for dates, 9AM to 1PM, register and setup at 9AM, shooting
starts at 10AM.
$10 match fee.
Any centerfire rifle, any sights, any rest.
Rifle and gear must be carried to the line in one trip without use of a
sled or cart.
No bullets with steel or ferrous jacket, core or composite.
Each shooter shall be fined $10 per bullet hole made in any steel
target caused by steel or ferrous bullets.
Course of fire: Prone,
5 shots at 200 meters at steel squirrel,
5 shots at 300 meters at steel rabbit,
5 shots at 385 meters at steel rocktangle,
5 shots at 500 meters at steel coyote.
Time limit of 5 minutes per stage: 2 optional sighters at center gong
and then 5 shots for record at each stage.
Helpful hint: 55gr .223 or 5.56 will not topple the 500m Coyotes; use
69gr or heavier.
Contact: Ken Bardizian 541-519-6772.
- SASS Cowboy Action - Virtue Flat Shootist Society
See Calendar for dates. 8AM-1PM, register at 8:30, shooting starts at
$10 match fee. SA Revolvers, LA rifles, DBBL or Mod 97 shotguns.
Period Western attire encouraged!
The July match is a 3-day Regional Event.
Contact: Chuck Buchanan 541-519-8550 or Dan McGuire 541-212-5840.
- 1000 Yard Benchrest Open Rifle
See Calendar for dates. Setup at 9AM, shoot at 10AM. June match may
start 1 hour earlier.
Fees: $8 per rifle + $2 per addt'l string fired and $2 to keep a target.
Any rifle with any sights, unlimited sighters for up to 10 minutes,
then 5 shots for record within 7 minutes.
This is a relaxed shoot, novices and experts alike are welcome.
The Club Record is 2.65"-42 Steve Simons, preceded by 3"-48 Casey
MacDonald (2015), preceded by 3.125"-50-3X Gary Paananen (2009).
Contact: David Spaugh 541-519-7417.
Currently inactive. If you'd like to conduct a 3-Gun match, come
to a meeting to discuss dates, applicable ruleset, and available equipment & assistance.
- Service Rifle Match
Information: Buck Buckner 541-519-8750. See Calendar for dates.
8:30AM start. ENTRY FEE: $10.
Firearm: Any battle rifle placed into service before or during the
Korean War. Rifles must be used in as issued condition with iron
sights only. SKS semi-autos will be allowed. This is the match to bring
your old Springfield, Krag, Enfield, Mauser, Swede or M-1.
COURSE OF FIRE:
Stage 1: 2 sighters and 8 shots for record prone-slow fire.
Stage 2: 8 shots kneeling - slow fire.
Stage 3: 8 shots offhand - slow fire.
Stage 4: 9 shots seated - timed fire (70 seconds).
Stage 5: 9 shots prone - timed fire (70 seconds).
Timed-fire stages start from the standing position.
All shooting will be at 200 yards on the old 5-V target.
- 1911 Dismounted Qualification
U.S. Cavalry 1930's Course of Fire. Information: Buck Buckner
August; see Calendar for date. 1:30 PM after the USPSA match. ENTRY
Firearm: Model 1911 Pistol in 45acp.
COURSE OF FIRE: (all one-handed only):
10 shots slow fire at 25yd bullseye (10 shots in 10 min.)
10 shots timed fire at 15yd bullseye (5 shots in 20 seconds, twice).
10 shots rapid fire at 15yd bullseye (5 shots in 10 seconds, twice).
15 shots rapid fire on silhouette target at 25yd (three 5 shot strings,
15 seconds each).
- High Power Sporting Rifle
See Calendar for dates. $12 fee.
Legal rifle: Any center-fire rifle capable of holding 4 rounds &
weighing 9.5lbs or less including sights.
Course of fire = NRA High-Power Sporting Rifle Match, 200-yard,
standard high-power bullseye targets:
Prone - 2 sighters plus 8 shots for record within 10 minutes.
Standing - 8 shots for record within 8 minutes.
Sitting - 8 shots for record in two 4-shot strings, 30 seconds each.
Prone - 8 shots for record in two 4-shot strings, 30 seconds each.
Contact: Vic Savage 541-523-4462.
- Thanksgiving Family-Fun Turkey
Check November calendar for date. Entry fee - $3 per relay, six
shooters per relay.
Lucky 22 Event
- each shooter fires a .22 at a blank page at 10-yards. The page has a
grid printed on the back, and the winner is the lucky shooter who hits
the highest number.
- shooters fire one shot each at 5 Chicken Silhouettes at 50 yards.
centerfire pistol, iron sights only. Any safe shooting position is
permitted; no firearm support accessories are permitted. The winner is
the shooter with the most downed chickens. Tie-breakers conducted when
Running Deer Event
- a lifesize deer target with scoring rings, travels along a cable
suspended over the
range. Using any deer-legal centerfire rifle, each shooter fires two
offhand at the deer before it stops running. Two stages: 100-yards with
iron sights, and 200-yards with scope. The highest score wins each
relay. Tie-breakers conducted when needed.
Heads - prone shooters fire one shot each at 3 Turkey Head
Silhouettes at 200 yards. Any centerfire rifle; slings permitted; no
other firearm support accessory is permitted. The winner is the shooter
fells the most silhouettes. Tie-breakers conducted when needed.
A $10 cash prize is awarded to the winner of each relay. Great fun for
family! Depending on attendance levels, separate youth and women's
relays are established for each event.