Event List



Upcoming events

    • 02/24/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    Click here to sign up for the MSA Bullseye email list. No spam - just match reminders, last minute changes due to weather, etc.


    This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match, open to all. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.


    Course of fire:

    Standard NRA 900 match with each of three guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber, and .45).

    • 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
    • 30 shots National Match course
    • 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
    • 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards


    Schedule:

    8:30 Setup

    8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.

    There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a longer lunch break between the center-fire and .45 matches.


    Match Fees:

    $20.00 Three guns (.22, center-fire, .45)

    $15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)

    $10.00 One gun (.22 only)



    NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?

    New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at bullseye@midlandshooters.com and I'll bring what you need).

    Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.


    Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.


    NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?

    Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.


    • 02/25/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 03/03/2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • MSA Shotgun Range
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    March Madness Registered Sporting Clay Match

    100 sporting clay and 100 super sport


    • 03/03/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 03/04/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 03/04/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 03/10/2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • Rifle and Pistol Range


    • 03/10/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 03/10/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 55
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 03/10/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 03/17/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 03/23/2018

    Clay shoot benefiting West Texas Fire Softball. For more information see the flyer below or contact Amberly Healer at 432-230-0624.


    softball charity shoot.pdf

    • 03/24/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    Click here to sign up for the MSA Bullseye email list. No spam - just match reminders, last minute changes due to weather, etc.


    This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match, open to all. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.


    Course of fire:

    Standard NRA 900 match with each of three guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber, and .45).

    • 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
    • 30 shots National Match course
    • 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
    • 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards


    Schedule:

    8:30 Setup

    8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.

    There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a longer lunch break between the center-fire and .45 matches.


    Match Fees:

    $20.00 Three guns (.22, center-fire, .45)

    $15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)

    $10.00 One gun (.22 only)



    NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?

    New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at bullseye@midlandshooters.com and I'll bring what you need).

    Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.


    Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.


    NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?

    Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.


    • 03/25/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 04/01/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 04/01/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 04/07/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 04/08/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 04/14/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 04/14/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 04/14/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 04/21/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 04/22/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 04/26/2018
    • 08/23/2018
    • 5 sessions
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F class Practice days are April thru August on the 4th Thursday of the month at 6:30PM

    • 04/28/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    Click here to sign up for the MSA Bullseye email list. No spam - just match reminders, last minute changes due to weather, etc.


    This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match, open to all. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.


    Course of fire:

    Standard NRA 900 match with each of three guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber, and .45).

    • 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
    • 30 shots National Match course
    • 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
    • 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards


    Schedule:

    8:30 Setup

    8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.

    There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a longer lunch break between the center-fire and .45 matches.


    Match Fees:

    $20.00 Three guns (.22, center-fire, .45)

    $15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)

    $10.00 One gun (.22 only)



    NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?

    New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at bullseye@midlandshooters.com and I'll bring what you need).

    Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.


    Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.


    NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?

    Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.


    • 05/05/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 05/06/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 05/06/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 05/12/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 05/12/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 05/12/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 05/15/2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Shotgun range clubhouse
    MSA Board of Directors regular meeting.
    • 05/18/2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • 05/20/2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    RULES:

    Current NRA pistol rules will govern in all matches. Triggers may be checked at any time during the match. A set of NRA approved trigger weights will be available for competitors to check their firearms prior to the match. Triggers will be weighed for the CMP EIC match, CMP .22 Rimfire match and NRA Distinguished Revolver match.


    ELIGIBILITY:

    All competitors must be members of the TSRA. Non Members may become a Match Member for a fee of $10.00. A Match Member is a member of TSRA for the duration of the match.


    ENTRIES LIMITED:

    Entries limited to 60 competitors.


    POST ENTRIES:

    Accepted to range limitation, will close at 7:30 A.M. on May 19, 2017.


    ENTRY FEES:

    Match 1-16 (.22, CF, .45), $55.00

    Match 1-10 (.22, CF) $ 36.00

    Match 1-5 (.22), $22.00

    Juniors – half price.

    TSRA Team Support included in registration fee.

    TEAM ENTRY FEE for .22, CF and .45 team matches is $16 ($8.00 each).

    CMP EIC match $15, CMP .22 Rimfire EIC match $15,

    NRA DR match $ 5. 

    Fees do not include TSRA membership dues, (required if not a current member).

    PRE-REGISTRATION REQUESTED

    NOTE: If a competitor pays a package fee but drops out of competition after having fired any portion of the match no refund will be given (emergencies excepted). Entry fees will be accepted at the match.


    CLASSIFICATION:

    NRA Classification system will be used for all matches. Assigned classification (Rule 19.6) may be used in making entry. Classification and TSRA membership cards will be checked at time of  registration. Unclassified competitors will compete in the Master Class unless there are three (3) or more unclassified competitors. In this case a special class will be provided and awards given.


    AWARDS:

    Match Winner and First in class a trophy, except that no competitor will be eligible for more than one trophy in class.

    First place will be awarded for 3-6 competitors in a class

    Second place will be awarded for 7-11 competitors in a class

    Third place will be awarded for over 12 competitors in a class

    A trophy will be awarded to the High Grand Senior, High Senior, High Junior, and High Woman.

    IF THERE ARE LESS THAN 3 COMPETITORS IN THE HIGH MASTER CLASS THEY WILL SHOOT FOR THE WIN ONLY.


    ACCOMMODATION:

    A block of rooms have been set aside at the  Baymont Inn & Suites Midland Center. While there are other motels in the area, special pricing for this block of rooms is available on a first come basis.


    MSA has electrical hookups for up to 20 RVs, $10 per day.


    METHOD OF FIRES:

    There will be 2 relays on Saturday and 2 relays on Sunday, if more than 30 competitors sign up.

    Friday afternoon – Range open for practice (5$ fee) and any competitor wishing to fire the EIC matches.

    Saturday: Matches 1 through 10

    Sunday: Match 11 through 16

    • 05/19/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 05/27/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 06/02/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 06/03/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 06/03/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 06/09/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 06/09/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 06/09/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 06/10/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 06/16/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 06/23/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    Click here to sign up for the MSA Bullseye email list. No spam - just match reminders, last minute changes due to weather, etc.


    This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match, open to all. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.


    Course of fire:

    Standard NRA 900 match with each of three guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber, and .45).

    • 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
    • 30 shots National Match course
    • 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
    • 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards


    Schedule:

    8:30 Setup

    8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.

    There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a longer lunch break between the center-fire and .45 matches.


    Match Fees:

    $20.00 Three guns (.22, center-fire, .45)

    $15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)

    $10.00 One gun (.22 only)



    NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?

    New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at bullseye@midlandshooters.com and I'll bring what you need).

    Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.


    Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.


    NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?

    Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.


    • 06/24/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 07/01/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 07/08/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 07/14/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 07/14/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 07/14/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 07/21/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 07/22/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 07/28/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    Click here to sign up for the MSA Bullseye email list. No spam - just match reminders, last minute changes due to weather, etc.


    This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match, open to all. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.


    Course of fire:

    Standard NRA 900 match with each of three guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber, and .45).

    • 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
    • 30 shots National Match course
    • 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
    • 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards


    Schedule:

    8:30 Setup

    8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.

    There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a longer lunch break between the center-fire and .45 matches.


    Match Fees:

    $20.00 Three guns (.22, center-fire, .45)

    $15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)

    $10.00 One gun (.22 only)



    NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?

    New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at bullseye@midlandshooters.com and I'll bring what you need).

    Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.


    Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.


    NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?

    Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.


    • 08/04/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 08/05/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 08/05/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 08/11/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 08/11/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 08/11/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 08/12/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 08/18/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 08/21/2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Shotgun range clubhouse
    MSA Board of Directors regular meeting.
    • 08/25/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "E"

    Click here to sign up for the MSA Bullseye email list. No spam - just match reminders, last minute changes due to weather, etc.


    This is an NRA Approved Precision Pistol match, open to all. NRA membership is not required. Current NRA Precision Pistol rules and classifications will govern.


    Course of fire:

    Standard NRA 900 match with each of three guns (.22, any center-fire over .32 caliber, and .45).

    • 20 shots slow fire at 50 yards
    • 30 shots National Match course
    • 20 shots timed fire at 25 yards
    • 20 shots rapid fire at 25 yards


    Schedule:

    8:30 Setup

    8:45 Safety briefing. You must be present at the safety briefing in order to participate in the match.

    There will be a 10 minute sight-in period starting about 9:00, followed immediately by the .22 match. There will be a short break between the .22 and center-fire matches, and a longer lunch break between the center-fire and .45 matches.


    Match Fees:

    $20.00 Three guns (.22, center-fire, .45)

    $15.00 Two guns (both .22 and Center-fire)

    $10.00 One gun (.22 only)



    NEW TO BULLSEYE? CURIOUS ABOUT BULLSEYE? NOT SURE YOU ARE READY FOR AN ACTUAL MATCH? NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT?

    New shooters are always welcome! Bring whatever you have (or email me at bullseye@midlandshooters.com and I'll bring what you need).

    Click here for more info about MSA's Bullseye program.


    Our "Just for Fun" match runs alongside the regular NRA match, following the same course of fire but you are welcome to use two hands (or even use the bench as a rest). It's a great way to get started and see what Bullseye is all about.


    NOT SURE YOU HAVE THE SKILL TO SHOOT BULLSEYE?

    Then you'll fit right in. "Bullseye" refers more to what we are aiming at than what we are hitting...but it's sure fun to try.


    • 09/02/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 09/08/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 09/08/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 09/08/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 09/09/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 09/15/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 09/23/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 10/06/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 10/07/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 10/07/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 10/13/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 10/13/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 10/13/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 10/14/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 10/20/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 10/28/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 11/03/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 11/04/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 11/04/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 11/10/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 11/10/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    • 75
    Register

    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 11/10/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 11/11/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.

    • 11/17/2018
    • 7:45 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range

    3 Gun is an action sport involving rifle, pistol and shotgun, shooting a variety of different types of targets in tactical scenario-based event. We generally shoot four scenarios in a match, which takes about 4 hours. We break up into four squads each under the direction of a range safety officer or squad leader. The squad rotates through the scenarios until all four are completed by each shooter. Scoring is based on time and how well you hit the targets.

     

    This is a great place to improve your shooting skill and improve safety and handling as well. It’s great fun with good folks to shoot with. It is our policy that a person who has never competed in these type events come and be a part as a scorer for one match to get the rules understood before actual shooting. This seems to work better than coming in cold turkey and being overwhelmed with rules and dealing with three different guns.

     

    Matches are 3rd Saturday each month. Walk-through and safety meeting at 8:30, with the match starting at 9:00 (be sure to arrive early enough to sign in before the safety meeting).

    • 11/20/2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • Shotgun range clubhouse
    MSA Board of Directors regular meeting.
    • 11/25/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Rifle & Pistol Range "B"

    F Minus is your opportunity to see what a rimfire rifle can do at longer distances. We shoot at 100 yards from a prone position, using .22 caliber rifles. You are allowed as many “sighter” shots as you want, and then fire 20 shots for score with a time limit of 20 minutes.

     

    Weather permitting we hold F Minus matches on the 4th Sunday of every month – see the MSA calendar for exact dates and times.

    • 12/01/2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range "B" (Range B closed until match completion)

    The National Match Course as we shoot it at MSA has 5 sighter shots in 5 minutes followed by four shooting stages:

    • Match No. 1 is 10 shots slow fire, standing, in 10 minutes.
    • Match No. 2 is 10 shots rapid fire, sitting with a mandatory reload, in 60 seconds.
    • Match no. 3 is 10 shots rapid fire, prone with a mandatory reload, in 70 seconds.
    • Match No. 4 is 20 shots slow fire, prone, in 20 minutes. In the slow fire stages (including all sighters) load one shot at a time.

    New shooters are always welcome!

    • 12/02/2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range Pistol Bays

    USPSA stands for United States Practical Shooting Association, an organization which is the American arm of the International Practical Shooting Confederation. IPSC matches are all about shooting pistols, moving through courses, and doing it fast.  It’s a lot of fun with great likeminded individuals. 

     

    Matches are the 1st Sunday of each month.  Sign up starts at 8:00 (locals show up at or before 8 to help setup).  Safety meeting at 8:45 and match start around 9:00.


    • 12/02/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range
    Benchrest competition for rimfire rifles.
    • 12/08/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range - pistol bays

    IDPA as a sport is simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use.

     

    Matches are usually the 2nd Saturday of each month. Setup starts at 7:30 and we can always use more volunteers! Sign-in no later 8:30 for a 9:00 start.

    • 12/08/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
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    MSA has implemented a rifle and pistol range orientation program and schedule. This orientation class will qualify members for rifle and pistol range use.

         

    The orientation class will show general procedures at the rifle and pistol range, how to best use each range safely, and any range specific rules.

     

    Classes start promptly at 3:00 pm (be sure to show up no later than 2:40) and will take about 2 hours. The class is held at the Rifle and Pistol club house. Sorry, no latecomers allowed - if you are not on time you will have to reschedule for another day.

     

     

    • 12/08/2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range clubhouse
    Regular meeting of the Rifle & Pistol Range Board of Management. This meeting will be held in the R&P clubhouse. All members are welcome!
    • 12/09/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • MSA Rifle & Pistol Range (ranges D & E closed during match, range C may experience delays)

    F Class Rifle is a great event for those desiring to learn how to shoot longer distances. We shoot 530 yards here at MSA. This is for any rifle under .36 caliber (no muzzle brakes). Shooting from a prone position, with separated front and rear rests allowed. You will shoot five 5 shot groups, taking the best two groups score. The target is about 20 inches out side of the 5 ring with the 10 ring about 3 inches. The best possible score will be 100 plus X count.

     

    We usually hold regular matches the 2nd Sunday of each month, and practice sessions on the 4th Thursday of each month - see the MSA event calendar for exact dates and times. For more information contact Jeremy Jackson at (432) 889-8721 or jeremy_jackson10@yahoo.com.