Matches

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www.practiscore.com/clubs/tcgc-providence

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Steel Challenge     (Contact: Jerry Dunbar)

  • Steel Challenge can be shot using any Rimfire or Center fire handgun. Rimfire Rifle and Pistol caliber Carbines are also permitted
  • Scoring is based on average time – normally 150-200 rounds
  • Divisions
    • RIMFIRE PISTOL – Rimfire pistol with Iron sights
    • RIMFIRE PISTOL OPEN – pistols with compensators, suppressors, optical sights, or visible lasers.
    • CENTER FIRE PISTOL – center fire pistol of any caliber
    • CENTERFIRE PISTOL OPEN -pistols with compensators, suppressors, optical sights, or visible lasers.
    • REVOLVER
    • CARBINE – pistol caliber carbine and rimfire rifles

Tactical / Precision Rifle     (Contact: Richard Cates)

  • Any center fire rifle limited by a maximum of 30 caliber and 3200 fps muzzle velocity
  • Targets will consist of mostly steel: 3″ triangle, 2″x3″, 3″x5″ diamond, 4″ 6″ 8″ 10″ circles or squares, 25% 45% 50% and 66% IPSC
  • Distances will be given, timed stages shot from various positions, props and scenarios
  • Rifle slings, backpacks, bags, wrist coach, etc are allowed
  • Approxiamately 75 rifle rounds

3-Gun     (Contact: Phillip Gamblin)

  • Scoring is TIME PLUS – Match stages will be emailed out before match with round counts or can be requested by email
  • Divisions
    • TAC IRON – Iron sighted pistol, Iron sighted rifle (1x Optic allowed), Shotgun (traditional tube fed with 9 round max on loaded start)
    • TAC OPTICS – Iron sighted Pistol, Rifle can have one magnified optic, Shotgun (traditional tube fed with 9 round max on loaded start)
    • OPEN – Rifle can have multiple optics and bipod, Shotgun of any configuration with no capacity limit
    • HEAVY METAL – 45 caliber pistol or .357 or larger Revolver, 308 or larger caliber rifle, 12 gauge pump shotgun (9 round max on loaded start)

Tactical Shotgun     (Contact: Phillip Gamblin)

  • Tactical Shotgun can be shot using any 20 or 12 gauge pump or semi auto shotgun
  • Scoring is TIME PLUS – Normall 100 rounds of shot, 10 buckshot and 5 slugs
  • Divisions
    • TACTICAL PUMP – Any pump style traditional loading shotgun (9 rounds max on loaded start)
    • TACTICAL SEMI AUTO – Any semi auto traditional loading shotgun (9 rounds max on loaded start)
    • OPEN – Any shotgun using one or more of the following: red dots, muzzle brakes, speed loaders, magazines, porting
    • HUNTER – Any pump or semi-auto shotgun with traditional style loading – no extended magazine tubes

USPSA Style Pistol     (Contact: Jerry Dunbar)

  • Scoring is traditional USPSA – normally 150-200 rounds
  • Divisions
    • SINGLE STACK – Most commonly 1911 pistols with a single stack magazine (8 rounds in .45 and 10 rounds in 9mm/.40)
    • PRODUCTION – ANy standard style handgun with no major modifications, cannot be a single action trigger system, and no more than 10 rounds in magazine
    • LIMITED 10 – Limited style pistol with no more than 10 rounds in a magazine
    • LIMITED – Pistols with magwells, extended magazines (no optics or compensators)
    • REVOLVER
    • OPEN – Any handgun with one or more of the following: magazines over 140mm, optics, or compensators

Semi-Auto Rifle     (Contact: George Steedly or Richard Cates)

  • Semi-auto AR type rifles engaging paper and stell to 265 yards – 150 rounds
  • Paper targets will be engaged at close range and steel at extended distances from props, barricades, and hasty positions