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|Beginners and Seasoned shooters alike are encouraged to participate in these "NRA Classification" events, earning their classification cards from the NRA. Levels are:|
earned after shooting several events.|
Requirements Shooters must
be club members or potential members*, have their own equipment, posses the appropriate NYPD licenses, and have taken either
NRA Basic Pistol course**
or the NRA Basic Rifle course**. Shooters
should be NRA members.
Come to a meeting and have a chat with the Match Director.
* see Membership page ** see Education page
Precision Pistol 900s are offered throughout the year, in conjunction with matches being
run at WestSide Pistol Range in Manhattan. A match can be shot in 22,
center fire, or 45.|
A 900 event consists of 9 targets, 10 shots per target, totaling 90 shots, total possible score of 100 per target, and 900 per match. The course of fire is:
• Slow Fire: 10 shots in 10 minutes. (2 times, 2 targets)|
• National Match Course: 1 Slow Fire target , 1 Timed Fire target, 1 Rapid Fire target
• Timed Fire: 5 shots in 20 seconds (4 times, 2 targets).
• Rapid Fire: 5 shots in 10 seconds (4 times, 2 targets).
For 22 caliber rifles, the course of fire for a Light Rifle Standing match is • Slow Fire: 20,30,40,60,80, or 100 shots , 1 1/2 minutes per shot. The Match Director will designate the course of fire for a particular match. 60 is the usual.
60 shot matches (40 shots for women) are offered at least once a calendar quarter.