SOUTH BAY ROD & GUN CLUB




Pre-registration Via Email is Mandatory

  • Your email confirming your intent to participate must be received no later than Thursday evening, before the match.  Register at:   sbrgc.arc@gmail.com

Costs:  Non members $25; members $15; Active Club RSO's $5

  • Pay (cash) at the range at sign in.
  • On the day of the match, sign in will be open from 7:30 till 7:55 am.  At 7:55 am, Sign in will close.  The match brief will commence, describing match procedures, terminology, course of fire, scoring, safety considerations, contingencies (what if...), etc.  If you show up at 8, you are late, and will not be allowed to participate.
  • When you arrive  leave your gear in your car.  Proceed to sign in, pay your fee, and receive instructions on bringing your firearms onto the shooting deck.  Your unloaded handgun should be holstered, and your unloaded rifle slung as you approach the safety check in area. Once cleared, proceed as directed.

Additional topics including, but not limited to, the following may be included as time and need require:

  •  Malfunctions, Symptoms and Solutions (Type 1 & 2 (simple), 3 & 4 (complex)
  • Reloading techniques
  • Three secrets (sight alignment, sight picture, trigger press)
  • Zeroing your rifle
  • Compensated shots at close range

The briefing should conclude around 8:45, so that individual preparations may be completed before the 8:55 call to the firing line.  Participants will then proceed downrange, with relay #1 in position on the 7 yard line so that shooting may commence at around 9 am.

Shooters will be organized into two relays, with relay #1 firing the prescribed shots at the 7 yard line.  Rifles will be unloaded, confirmed clear and slung; Targets scored and repaired;  and then relay #2 will move into position and repeat the process.  This system will repeat at the 15, 30, 60 and 100 yard lines.

Dropped magazines, live cartridges or other gear may be picked up upon completion of each string of fire, after rifles are safed, cleared, and slung. When picking up dropped items, safe muzzle direction must be maintained!

No fired brass may be retrieved until the match has been completed and rifles have been safely racked or cased.

All participants will pick up fired brass, assist in removing target frames and barricades to their storage locations, and returning the range to its standard configuration.

RIFLE AND PISTOL 

SLING AND HOLSTER 

OTHER EQUIPMENT

RANGE LAYOUT

COURSE OF FIRE

TERMINOLOGY

MATCH SCRIPTS

SCORING

ARC MATCH TIPS


South Bay Rod & Gun Club, 1020 Marron Valley Rd., San Diego, CA 91917
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