Bullseye Pistol

On range, eye & ear protection is required at all times by both participants & observers.

When & Where

P3 (50-yard pistol range)

3rd Saturday of the month, April – October
Registration: 9:45 a.m.
Start: 10:00 a.m.
Duration: 2 hours, depending on how many rounds you choose to shoot and how many participants show up

Range Map

What to Bring

Eye protection
Ear protection
Most shoot .22 caliber semi-autos, but any firearm is allowed except magnums.
30 rounds per match

Cost: $4.00 per match, up to 4 matches (you choose how many)
Juniors shoot free.  Juniors are very welcome to join us but must be accompanied by an adult.

Chairman: Chet Halstead

I, Chet Halstead, have been shooting Bullseye here for more than 20 years.  Handguns have been my primary source of shooting fun for about 60 years, including hunting both deer and small game with a handgun.  I have been a member of SLCFSA for about 30 years, and have served the Club as President, Vice-President, Director, Recording Secretary, and Newsletter Editor.

Bullseye shooting has a long tradition, having been known earlier as Conventional Pistol, National Match Course.  We are a comfortable but careful group of people, and invite all to join us.  We will be helpful and encouraging to you.

Description

Shooting is one-handed from 25 yards at 3 different targets for slow, timed, and rapid fire.

Slow fire is 10 shots in 10 minutes.
Timed is 5 shots in 20 seconds.
Rapid fire is 5 shots in 10 seconds.

Scoring

We score one another’s targets by noting the rings hit.  The chairman does the adding and recording of score sheets and the compiling of standings.  Our shooters shoot scores ranging from 150 to 265, but they didn’t get there without some practice, so everyone is welcome!  Are you a novice?  Don’t hesitate to come!