Bullseye matches follow the National Rifle Association's Conventional Pistol Competition rules, which consists of firing slow, timed, and rapid fire. This is done at 25 and 50 yards outdoors.
Matches are held the 1st Sunday of every month, starting at 9 am. It is recommended you arrive approximately half an hour before the start time, to allow for registration. Matches are held on the Bullseye Range.
Informal 900 Aggregate matches are held during the summer months, until Daylight Saving Time ends.
2700 Aggregate Matches are currently scheduled for the following dates:
- August 7, 2016
- September 4, 2016
- October 2, 2016
- November 6, 2016
1800 Aggregate Matches are currently scheduled for the following dates:
- December 4, 2016
Both members and non-members are welcome to shoot in Bullseye matches. However, non-members are restricted to participating in the match and will not be allowed to shoot before or after the match, unless accompanied by a member in good standing.
A complete list of NRA rules can be found on their website.
Matches and Aggregates
A "match" can be composed of 2 or 3 targets whose scores are added to create a total.
Slow Fire Match: Two Slow Fire targets for a maximum score of 200-20X or just 200 depending on the distance at which the match is shot. A Slow Fire match shot at 50 or 25 yards will have an 'X' count; matches shot at shorter distance will not since the smaller targets do not have an 'X' ring.
Timed Fire Match: Two Timed Fire targets for a maximum score of 200-20x.
Rapid Fire Match: Two Rapid Fire targets for a maximum score of 200-20x.
National Match Course or Gallery Course One: Slow Fire target, one Timed Fire target and one Rapid Fire target for a maximum score of 300-30x or 300-20x depending on the distance at which the match is shot. The National Match Course re-creates conditions at the NRA National Matches. Slow Fire is shot at 50 yards and Timed and Rapid Fire are shot at 25 yards. The Gallery Course is shot at the same distance for all three targets; either 50 feet or 20 yards.
600 Aggregate: Two National Match Courses or Gallery Courses added together, usually Rimfire and Center Fire.
900 Aggregate: The sum of a Slow Fire Match, a Timed Fire Match, a Rapid Fire Match and a National Match Course or a Gallery Course for a maximum score of 900-90X or 900-60X depending on the distance at which the match is shot. All targets are shot with the same caliber of gun, except in rare occasions when there is a malfunction in the Center Fire competition.
1800 Aggregate: Two 900 Aggregates added together, usually Rimfire and Center Fire.
2700 Aggregate: Also known as Three Gun Aggregate Three 900 Aggregates added together, usually Rimfire, Center Fire and 45.
Special 2016 CMP Games Matches: Several special matches associated with the CMP (Civilian Marksman Program) are planned in April at the Oklahoma Dity Gun Club in Oklahoma. Go HERE for more information.