2021-USPSA-Competition-Rules-March-2021.pdf ---- also used for Hit Factor practice Matches
USPSA PCSL Steel Challenge Falling Steel Bullseye
To keep things simple going forward:
Beginning of April though end of October; we’ll start at 8:00 AM
Beginning of November through the end of March; we’ll start at 9:00 AM
Reserved Bay # 3 for Tuesday mornings
Practice NRA 900 (90 rounds) matches
3 Approved matches 2022.pdf
Action Pistol Matches PLEASE REFER TO THE CLUB CALENDAR FOR ALL RANGE USAGE OF BAYS
All "New Shooters" without a classification in USPSA or IDPA are required to go through
"NEW SHOOTER ORIENTATION"
For first time shooter with Wickenburg Sportsmen's Club, we require a short safety briefing. For first time shooting a match we require a safety and introduction match that requires a walk-through of the rules with a mentor. Second match new shooter will be accompanied by a mentor and allow live fire if the individual can show safe practices and is approved by one of the Range Safety officers or mentor. This sport can be dangerous, and safety is our focus. This allows New Shooter to be mentored and ask questions. This is a friendly sport, ask!
We are now using Practiscore Friday and Saturday. We can be found on practiscore as "Wickenburg". All Match Participants must pre-register in order to participate. Practiscore registration is free.
Go to USPSA rule book for equipment requirements
DISCLAIMER: The Wickenburg Sportsmen's Club pistol shooting safety rules are based completely on those of the UNITED STATES PRACTICAL SHOOTING ASSOCIATION (aka "USPSA"). These shooting events are friendly sporting competitions that are designed to help develop and test your competitive shooting skills, however the skills acquired here can be applicable to self-defense. We don’t teach tactics, the use of deadly force, or conduct paramilitary training. We strongly suggest you obtain legal advice and professional training in these areas.
We do NOT award prizes or sell firearms or ammunition.