Welcome to the CRGC Pistol League Page
The pistol league meets every Thursday night in the indoor pistol range (see the scheduled reserved time on the Club calendar. The main purpose of the pistol league is to develop skill and safety in precision target shooting and partake in supervised fun shooting. The main activity is the NRA Bullseye Marksmanship Qualification Program.
Pistol League members swap tips and information on shooting, new products, reloading and whatever else comes up. In between Bullseye Sessions we practice marksmanship with various skill targets using hand guns and .22 LR rifles.
A large emphasis is put on accuracy and precision through steady breath, sight picture and trigger control and fixed and relatively long time limits give competitors time to concentrate for a perfect shot.
The CRGC Pistol League starts new sessions of the Winchester/NRA MARKSMANSHIP QUALIFICATION PROGRAM (Bullseye) in the Fall, Winter and Spring. Watch for Club eBlasts for dates. The “Bullseye” session is a 10 week course and is a skill development program as well as a good tool for new shooters.
The bullseye course runs on Thursday nights from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. The location is the Indoor Pistol Range.
The caliber is .22 rimfire. However, after the rim-fire course, we run a course for center fire handguns to accommodate those who do not have a .22 rim-fire or who wish to do both.
The course of fire is based on three targets, one slow fire, one timed fire, and one rapid fire at 50’. The range commands are:
- Slow fire consists of firing 5 rounds and a second 5 rounds at will in 10 minutes.
- Timed fire consists of firing 5 rounds in 20 Sec. and then a second 5 rounds in 20 Sec.
- Rapid fire consists of firing 5 rounds in 10 Sec. and then a second 5 rounds in 20 Sec.
Scores are tallied at the end of the relay and recorded for certification after the 10 week sessions.
Join me at the Indoor Pistol Range. (COVID PRECAUTIONS APPLY)