When & Where
P2 (muzzleloader range)
Registration: 8:00 a.m.
Shooting starts: 8:30 a.m.
Duration: About 30 minutes
What to Bring
Scope, so you can see where you’re hitting at 50 yards
One 5-diamond target
$ = No charge
Chairman: Steve McCauley
Hi! I’m glad you’re visiting this page.
I have lived in southern Lancaster County all of my life. Shortly after starting high school at Solanco, around 1965, a man offered a NRA sponsored .22 target course. We shot in an old one-room school house where he had installed a sand trap. I do not remember his name, but I will be forever grateful to him for teaching me how to shoot, handle, and take care of firearms. I like to keep in practice for when I go out hunting.
Hope you join us on a Wednesday morning!
The match target has 5 diamonds.
We start with a few sighter shots. We then rotate through each of the following positions: offhand (standing), kneeling, sitting, prone, off the bench. From each of the 5 positions we take 5 shots, equaling 25 shots total.
Up to 25 points per position, depending on placement within target rings – we’ll help you figure it out.
Maximum possible = 125 points (generally half of 125 will win the match)