Sir Walter Gun Club

Sir Walter Gun Club

 
Match Info

Match Director: Robert Walker


$15: SWGC Members
$20: Non-Members

9AM: Registration
10AM: Safety briefing
Pistol Match
The first Saturday of each month. Open, Limited, Limited 10, Production, Single Stack, Carry Optics, Revolver and PCC divisions are recognized $20.00 entry fee non-members, $15.00 members of SWGC
Rifle Match
Every fifth Saturday of each month. Scoring will be “Traditional USPSA Hit Factor Scoring” Center-fire, Rim-fire and PCC divisions are recognized $20.00 entry fee non-members, $15.00 members of SWGC
Classification
National USPSA classification system will be used. Non-USPSA members will fire as Unclassified. USPSA members will compete in their USPSA class or “one class down” when shooting in a division in which they do not hold a current classification. Open, Limited, Limited 10, Production, Single Stack, Carry Optics, Revolver and PCC divisions will be scored as separate matches, each with it’s own match winner.
Rules
Current USPSA rules will govern. All shooters are grouped by squads and shoot and work as a squad. Shooters are expected to score and paste targets and collect brass. For additional information about the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), you can check out their web site at www.uspsa.org or call 360-855-2245.
Equipment
For pistol matches Open, Limited, Limited 10, Production, Single Stack, Carry Optics handguns, Revolvers and PCC are permitted. Open division handguns are not restricted on equipment or design. Limited, Limited 10, Production, Single Stack, Carry Optics, Revolver and PCC division firearms must meet the requirements of the latest USPSA rule book. All firearms must be a minimum of .38 caliber. All handguns must be carried in a holster worn on the belt. PCCs must have a chamber flag inserted when not actively shooting a stage. The chamber flag shall only be removed in a safe area or when the RO has indicated the competitor can “Make Ready”. Ear and eye protection required. Competitors should bring a minimum of 250 rounds of ammunition.

For rifle matches, the three main categories are Rim-fire, Center-fire rifle cartridge and PCC. PCC firearms must meet the requirements of the latest USPSA rule book. Rim-fire and center-fire are further broken down into Limited and Tactical. Limited only allows iron sights on the firearm. Tactical allows optics of any kind. The 5 categories, PCC, Rim-fire Limited, Rim-fire tactical, Center-fire Limited and Center-fire tactical will be scored as separate matches, each with it’s own match winner. All firearms must have a chamber flag inserted when not actively shooting a stage. The chamber flag shall only be removed in a safe area or when the RO has indicated the competitor can “Make Ready”. Ear and eye protection required. Competitors should bring a minimum of 200 rounds of ammunition.
Course of Fire
Pistol matches will have available eight separate stages of fire. The total round count will typically be 200 to 220. An explanation of each stage of fire will be provided at the beginning of the match. A USPSA classifier stage will be a part of the match.

Rifle matches will consist of six separate stages of fire. The total round count will typically be 150 to 180. An explanation of each stage of fire will be provided at the beginning of the match. A USPSA classifier stage will be a part of the match. All competitors will shoot the classifier stage for match points. PCC shooters will have their scores submitted to USPSA.
Awards
Match bucks, which can be used for entry fees in later matches, will be awarded to the winners in each class, based on participation levels. Results will be posted to practiscore.com as soon as possible after the completion of the match.
Entry Fee
SWGC Members: $15.00 per competitor, Non-Member: $20.00 per competitor.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Make checks payable to: Sir Walter Gun Club, Inc. (SWGC)