Match dates: Check the Calendar for All Match Dates and information
For .22 semi automatic rifles.
This year in Action 22, we are leaning towards a more tactical style of shooting and are aiming for high round counts wherever possible, 40 - 60 rounds per stage, on paper and steel target stages. Bring extra magazines and eye and ear protection is always mandatory.
We follow IPSC safety rules and expect any shooter to be familiar with them.
Match set-up will be the morning of the match 0800, and we appreciate any help you can offer.
Safety briefing at 0930. First round downrange around 1000.
We shoot rain or shine, so dress appropriately.
Cost $20.00 for members and non-members. Non-members must display their PAL and valid government picture ID.
We are always looking for suggestions on new and exciting stages. If we have sufficient participation, we will conduct a night shoot in the fall.
We hope to see you there.
To see a video of an Action 22 match, please go to the Action 22 Rifle page under Events
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For more information on TMAR Qualifier procedures, go to our Forms and Documents section and download the TMAR Pad Qualifier Course PDF file.
SPEED STEEL MATCH - Check Calendar for all Match Dates
8:00-8:45am sign up at indoor range
8:50am squad assembly and match briefing
9:00am match start
Rimfire .22lr (handgun and rifle)
- open (up to .45cal, no magnums or wildcats)
- stock (up to .45cal, no magnums or wildcats)
Pistol Caliber Carbines (up to .45cal, no magnums or wildcats)
Speed Steel Shooting is an exciting handgun shooting discipline going against steel targets for speed and accuracy. This match will be shot over five stages or various target configurations. Competitors will shoot each stage six times. Their best five times for each stage combined will be their aggregate time for the overall match.
Bring as many magazines or speed loaders as possible. Light loads recommend; there is no power factor requirement; NO magnums or wildcats allowed.
The match fee is $15 per firearm and is open to non-members. The round count for the event is 150 but budget between 200 and 250 rounds per gun for the match depending on ability.
The match has five different classes to encourage maximum participation.
For match results please go to www.bcshooting.com