Martin Hickey, 270-996-8417, Queenannsrevenge2002@yahoo.com

Military Pistol Match

  • Date – Saturday, July 02nd, 2022
  • Time – 08:30 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Location – Pistol Bay’s 4 & 5

 

Preface

  • Welcome to our 01st Annual Military Pistol Match which will be held on Saturday, July 02nd.  This event is first and foremost about bringing military pistol collectors and enthusiasts together for a day of camaraderie and fun.  There is no requirement to shoot for score or compete. Everyone is welcome to attend and spend the day visiting with fellow enthusiasts, sharing information and shooting.  For those who would like to shoot for score, there will be two divisions:  Revolvers and      Semi-Automatic Pistols.

       

Division One – Revolvers

Guidelines

  • Open to any military revolver of US or foreign military origin in production prior to 1986
  • Pistols must be chambered for centerfire cartridges that are no smaller than 7.62 Tokarev and no    larger than .455 Webley.
  • Pistols must be in as-issued condition. No modifications, i.e., match triggers or other special accurizing are permitted.
  • All safety features must remain in place and operate properly.
  • Target: NRA B-17 (21”x24” – 7 7/8th Black)

        

Standing Exceptions

  • Re-barreling with a barrel of as-issued dimensions is permitted. A replacement barrel must have the same exact contours and cuts as the original as-issued barrel.
  • Replacement of a damaged part with new made “to original” spec replacement part is ok.
  • Parts that must be present to be 922 Compliant

        

Course of Fire

  • Round 1
    • Position – Standing, using one hand.
    • Distance – 30 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 5
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Target – NRA B-17
  • Round 2
    • Position – Kneeling or Seated
    • Distance – 20 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 5
    • Time – 2.5 Minutes
    • Target – NRA B-17
  • Round 3
    • Position – Prone
    • Distance – 20 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 5
    • Time – 2.5 Minutes
    • Target – NRA B-17
  • Round 4
    • Position – Standing, starting from the low ready
    • Distance – 15 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 5
    • Time – 30 Seconds
    • Target – NRA B-17

 

Note: Rounds 5 & 6 have not been locked in yet, but if we are able to shoot them these are planned scenarios:

  • Round 5
    • Position – Standing, shooting around a barrier
    • Distance – 15-25 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 5
    • Time – Timed
    • Target – IPSC 18.5”x30” or Steel Targets
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  • Round 6
    • Position – Standing from the doorway of the shoot house
    • Distance – 3-5 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 5
    • Time – Timed
    • Target – IPSC 18.5”x30” or Steel Targets

 

Division Two – Semi-Automatic Pistols

Guidelines

  • Open to any semi-automatic military pistol of US or foreign military origin in production prior to 1986
  • Pistols must be chambered for centerfire cartridges that are no smaller than 7.63 Mauser and no larger than .45 ACP.
  • Pistols must be in as-issued condition. No modifications, i.e., match triggers or other special accurizing are permitted.
  • All safety features must remain in place and operate properly.
  • Target: NRA B-17 (21”x24” – 7 7/8th Black)

 

Standing Exceptions

  • Re-barreling with a barrel of as-issued dimensions is permitted. A replacement barrel must have the same exact contours and cuts as the original as-issued barrel.
  • Replacement of a damaged part with new made “to original” spec replacement part is ok.
  • Parts that must be present to be 922 Compliant

 

Course of Fire

  • Round 1
    • Position – Standing, using one hand.
    • Distance – 30 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 10 total (2-5 round magazines)
    • Time – 10 Minutes
    • Target – NRA B-17
  • Round 2
    • Position – Kneeling or Seated
    • Distance – 20 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 10 total (2-5 round magazines)
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Target – NRA B-17
  • Round 3
    • Position – Prone
    • Distance – 20 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 10 total (2-5 round magazines)
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Target – NRA B-17
  • Round 4
    • Position – Standing, starting from the low ready
    • Distance – 15 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 10 total (2-5 round magazines)
    • Time – 1 Minute
    • Target – NRA B-17

 

Note: Rounds 5 & 6 have not been locked in yet, but if we are able to shoot them these are planned scenarios:

  • Round 5
    • Position – Standing, shooting around a barrier
    • Distance – 15-25 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 10 total (2-5 round magazines)
    • Time – Timed
    • Target – IPSC 18.5”x30” or Steel Targets
  • Round 6
    • Position – Standing from the doorway of the shoot house
    • Distance – 3-5 Yards
    • Rounds Count – 10 total (2-5 round magazines)
    • Time – Timed
    • Target – IPSC 18.5”x30” or Steel Targets

 

Fee Structure

  • Compete in one Division – $30.00
  • Compete in two Divisions – $35.00
  • Add at second pistol (Division of your choice) – $5.00

 

Schedule

  • Friday, July 01st
    • 6:30 PM Dinner & Social Hour, location TBA
  • Saturday, July 02nd
    • 08:00 AM Range Opens / Set Up / Registration
    • 09:00 AM Welcome / Range Orientation / Safety Brief
    • 09:30 PM Match Begins
    • 3:30 PM Wrap Up / Thoughts for Next Year / Range Closes
    • 7:00 PM Dinner & Social Hour, location TBA
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Military Black Powder Shoot

  • Date: Saturday, May 07th, 2022
  • Time: 08:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Location: Main Range
  • Details: 
    • *The match is focused on black powder military firearms of the 18th & 19th centuries. 
    • * This event would probably be best categorized as a black powder rifle enthusiast range day with friendly competition going on throughout the day. Attendees shoot flintlocks, cap-locks and center fire black powder cartridge rifles.
    • * We will also have a side match for military bolt action rifles that were in production “prior” to WWI. 
    • * Firearms can be originals or reproductions if they are in original configuration and caliber. 
    • * Shooters will be grouped by firearms type, e.g. Smooth Bore Flintlocks, Rifled Muskets, Black Powder Center Fire Cartridges, etc. 
    • *We will shoot at distances of 50 and 100 yards.
    • * The target used is the NRA B-17 (21”x24” – 7 7/8th Black)
    • * Scored Black Powder Shooting Sequence = 13 rounds / 30 minutes. Best ten count
    • * Scored Bolt Action Shooting Sequence = 13 rounds / 5 Minutes. Best ten count
    • * Firing Position: Any position, slings may be used, no rests.
    • * We would recommend bringing 40-50 rounds per musket or rifle.
    • * We may also have a team volley target competition with targets staged at 100, 75 and 50 yards.
    • * The match fee is $30.00 for adults and $15.00 for youth shooters.
    • * The range will open at 08:30 and the match will start at 10:00.

Military Training Rifle Match (22 Long)

  • Date: Saturday, August 06th, 2022
  • Location: Rim Fire Range
  • Details:
    • * The match is dedicated to .22 caliber standard military training rifles from any country in original configuration. 
    • * Shooters can compete in two categories – open sights (V-Notch Rear) and peep sights (Circular Rear)   
    • * We will shoot from the bench at four distances – 25 yards, 50 yards, 75 yards & 100 yards.
    • * Shooters may shoot off of their own military style backpack, simple bag rest or sandbags.
    • * The use of Led Sleds, mechanical rests, stands, vices, etc are not permitted.
    • * The target used at 25 & 50 yards is the NRA Small Bore Rifle Target TQ3/1
    • * The target used at 75 & 100 yards, the NRA Small Bore Rifle Target TQ4.
    • * The match fee is $30.00 for adults and $15.00 for youth shooters.
    • * The range will open at 08:30 and the match will start at 10:00.

Vintage Military Rifle Match

  • Date: Saturday, November 19th, 2022
  • Location: Main Range
  • About:  This is our annual vintage military rifle shoot that features two divisions – open sights & scoped sniper rifles.  The open sight and scoped sniper divisions are open military rifles in production prior to 1960 that are in original configuration. 

Guidelines Division 1 – Open Sight Service Rifles

  • Open to any military rifle in production prior to 1960.
  • Rifles must be in as-issued condition. No fiberglass stocks, special bedding (glass bedding, etc.), match triggers or other special accurizing are permitted
  • Rifles may be fired seated from the bench or standing/off hand
  • Bench Shooters may shoot off their own backpack, simple bag rests or provided sandbags.   Lead sleds, rifle rests, stock rests, stands, vices, etc. are not permitted.
  • Target – NRA MR-52

Standing Exceptions

  • Re-barreling with a barrel of as-issued dimensions is permitted. A replacement barrel must have the same exact contours and cuts as the original as-issued barrel.
  • Re-sleeving to restore a rifle to a safe, firing condition is permitted. The rifling of the sleeve must have the exact contours and cuts as the original as-issue barrel.
  • Replacement of a damaged part with new made “to original” spec replacement parts is ok. i.e., A Lee Enfield No.1 Mk III that was sporterized and has been restocked in new made furniture that was manufactured to the original spec.
  • Parts that must be present to be 922 Compliant

Specific Exceptions

  • AKM’s (aka AK-47’s) must be built from a military parts kit and have the full appearance of a 1950’s AK, i.e., dark wood furniture, slab sided magazines, etc.

Course of Fire

  • Round 1
    • All shooters will shoot at 100 yards
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
  • Round 2
    • All shooters will shoot at 200 yards
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
  • Round 3
    • The top 6 of the scoring shooters will shoot at the 300-yard steel target
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
    • Tie breaker: 1-minute speed shoot at the 300-yard steel target
  • Round 4
    • The top three scoring shooters will shoot at the 400-yard steel target
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
    • Tie breaker: 1-minute speed shoot at the 400-yard steel target

Guidelines Division 2 – Scoped Service Rifles

  • Open to any military rifle in production prior to 1960.
  • Rifles must be in as-issued condition. No fiberglass stocks, special bedding (glass bedding, etc.), match triggers or other special accurizing are permitted
  • A strap-on, lace-on or detachable wooden cheek-piece may be used if it was original to the rifle when used for sniping purposes.
  • Sights must be original issue optical sights with as-issued reticles or sights may be commercial replicas of as-issued optical sights.
  • Replica sights may have only cross hair, post, or post with cross hair reticles.
  • Scope mounts and rings may be original or reproduction replicas.
  • Scope rings may be sleeved or modified to accept a non-original scope diameter.
  • Rifles may be fired seated from the bench or standing/off hand
  • Bench Shooters may shoot off their own backpack, simple bag rest or provided sandbags.   Lead sleds, rifle rests, stock rests, stands, vices, etc. are not permitted.
  • Target – NRA MR-52

Standing Exceptions

  • Re-barreling with a barrel of as-issued dimensions is permitted. A replacement barrel must have the same exact contours and cuts as the original as-issued barrel.
  • Re-sleeving to restore a rifle to a safe, firing condition is permitted. The rifling of the sleeve must have the exact contours and cuts as the original as-issue barrel.
  • Replacement of a damaged part with new made “to original” spec replacement parts is ok. i.e., A Husqvarna 41B that was sporterized and has been restocked in new made furniture that was manufactured to the original spec.
  • Parts that must be present to be 922 Compliant

Course of Fire

  • Round 1
    • All shooters will shoot at 100 yards
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
  • Round 2
    • All shooters will shoot at 200 yards
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
  • Round 3
    • The top 6 of the scoring shooters will shoot at the 300-yard steel target
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
    • Tie breaker: 1-minute speed shoot at the 300-yard steel target
  • Round 4
    • The top three scoring shooters will shoot at the 400-yard steel target
    • Time – 5 Minutes
    • Round Count – 10
    • Tie breaker: 1-minute speed shoot at the 400-yard steel target

Fee Structure

  • Compete in one Division – $30.00
  • Compete in two Divisions – $35.00
  • Add at second rifle (Division of your choice) – $5.00