Steel Challenge

June 15, 2024 from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm

Steel Challenge is an exciting shooting match that combines speed and accuracy in a fun format that can be enjoyed by almost anyone at any level of experience.
If you are new to Steel Challenge, please read our primer before coming out:

Checkin starts at 830 and there is a safety briefing at 900.

Hearing and eye protection is always mandatory, for all participants and guests. You will need a holster, mag holsters are helpful (but not necessary), and approximately 250 rounds. 5 Dogs is a cold range; you should arrive with your gun unloaded and bagged. Guns may be handled only in areas marked "SAFE AREA" and no ammo is permitted in the Safe Area. 

We will be running 6 out of the 8 stages each match with a rotation each match to insure all 8 Steel Challenge stages are covered within each two match cycle.

Here are a summary of the divisions, please review the rule book for equipment specifications. Many of the divisions and the allowed equipment in USPSA are the same in Steel Challenge.
    Centerfire Pistol Divisions
        Open (OPN) - Any legal pistol, optics allowed
        Limited (LTD) - USPSA Limited pistol, iron sights only
        Production (PROD) - USPSA Production pistol, iron sights only
        Single Stack (SS) - USPSA Single Stack pistol, iron sights only
        Open Service Revolver (OSR) - Any legal revolver, optics allowed
        Limited Service Revolver (ISR) - Any legal revolver, iron sights only
    Rim Fire Divisions
        Open Pistol (RFPO) - Any .22LR pistol, optics allowed
        Limited Pistol (RFPI) - Any .22LR pistol, iron sights only
        Open Rifle (RFRO) - Any .22LR rifle, optics allowed
        Limited Rifle (RFRI) - Any .22LR rifle, iron sights only
    Pistol Caliber Carbine
        Open Carbine (PCCO) - Any Pistol Caliber Carbine, optics allowed
        Limited Carbine (PCCL) - Any Pistol Caliber Carbine, iron sights 

Match Registration is recommended: Match Registration at Practiscore

$35 Non-Members / $30 Members