Join us to improve and hone your shotgun shooting skills at our trap events. The trap course of fire focuses shooters on the complete game from the very beginning. In this way, shooters can improve their shotgun shooting skills with the proportioned and progressive challenges offered in the NRA Marksmanship Qualification shooting program. Registration: Prior to each event. First shoot starts at 10:00 a.m. See calendar for dates of subsequent shoots. The trap shoots are typically conducted on weekends alternating with the Smallbore Rifle events. Cost: $15.00 for patch/rocker awards and $5.00/round. Shooters provide their own ammunition. If you are not participating in the NRA Qualification Program, simply pay the $5.00/round fee.
Welcome to the 2014 LC&SA Pistol League. All shooters are welcome – both members and non-members. We meet the first and third Wednesday from May through October. Sign-in is at 5:30 p.m. at the pistol range. Both new and experienced shooters are invited. You are encouraged to bring your spouse, neighbor, and/or a friend.
What we do
The Pistol League at LC & SA is intended for shooters who wish to become more proficient with their handguns. Courses of fire are made up of a number of ‘strings’ requiring 8 to 18 rounds to be fired. The strings of fire involve engaging silhouette targets from close range (as close as 3 yards) to more challenging distances (up to 25 yards) and include strong-hand only, support-hand only, and various firing positions, including firing from behind cover. All strings of fire are timed. The strings are 'revolver neutral' which means that all firearms are loaded with a maximum of six rounds. Therefore, a minimum of three speed loaders or magazines are necessary. Targets are scored and standings are maintained. An awards banquet will be held at the end of the shooting season.
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