Griffin Gun Club hosts a Steel Challenge match the 1st Saturday of each month. The match is open to members and non-members of GGC.
For details, please visit http://griffinsteelmatch.com
Beginning with the steel match on April 2, 2011, we have two squad times. The squads will be limited to 12 guns per squad.
Once the squads are full, shooters will be placed in the afternoon squad.
With this schedule, you should be able to complete the six stages in 3 hours.
AM squad registers at 8 am and starts shooting at 9 am
PM squad registers at 12 noon and starts shooting at 1 pm
To speed up registration, please email Glen at email@example.com Saturday and before Thursday of the match week with your registration information:
Names & number of guns per person in your party
Advance registrations will not be accepted until Saturday the week preceding the match.
Although not a Georgia Section club, East Alabama puts on a first-rate, quality monthly match just across the state line from Columbus that is simply impossible to ignore.
USPSA matches will be held the 3rd Sunday of every month at 10am ET.
Sign-up begins at 9am EST.
Match Fee $20.00 (non EAGC member)
Match Fee $15.00 (EAGC member)
**Present your EAGC membership card at registration to receive a match fee discount**
For full information, please visit http://www.eagunclub.com/
Sep 10-12, at Riverbend Gun Club. http://gastatechampionship.com
Oct 23rd-25th, at Riverbend Gun Club. http://gastatechampionship.com
Though this isn’t a Georgia Section club or match, East Alabama nonetheless puts on a class act and is well worth your time to go play. Always on the third sunday of the month, just across the border from Columbus. Website for details and directions: http://eagunclub.com.
January 2-3, 2009, at Griffin Gun Club. For details, please visit griffinsteelmatch.com.
Pinetucky Gun Club, in Augusta, hosts a USPSA match on the 4th saturday of the month. They get started at 8:30 AM. Cost $4 for gun club members and $12 nonmembers, plus USPSA fees. For more information please contact Paul Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit the Pinetucky website at www.pinetucky.com
Directions: From I-20, take Bobby Jones Expressway ( I-520 ) East to Deans Bridge Road ( Hwy. 1 ), Exit onto Deans Bridge Road ( Hwy. 1 ) South toward Wrens. You will stay on Hwy 1 for eight (8) miles, at the top of the hill you will turn left onto Camp Josey Road and follow it to the end. Pinetucky has a sign on the left at Camp Josey Road and the Richmond County Sheriffs Department Training Range has a sign on the right, across from Camp Josey Road.
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RIVER BEND IPSC/USPSA MONTHLY MATCH
FOURTH SATURDAY of Every Month
Please join us on the third Sunday of every month for the River Bend USPSA Match hosted by the River Bend Gun Club Practical Shooters.Registration starts at 9AM, mandatory shooter meeting at 9:50, and first shotdownrange about 10AM. The match should be over between 2-3:30PM.
Match fee is $15 for River Bend members or members of the River Bend Practical Shooters club; $20 for non-members. Membership in the River Bend Practical Shooters club is $25 before March 24th or $30 after (membership in the River Bend Practical Shooters club does not provide any membership status in the River Bend Gun Club, it gets you a $5 discount on each monthly match fee and membership only in the IPSC club).
Minimum requirements are a stock production handgun 9mm or larger semiauto or 357 Mag revolver, a holster that covers the trigger and trigger guard, a secure belt that uses the belt loops on one’s pants, and 3-4 magazine holders or 6-7 speed loaders. Shooters should bring 250-300 rounds for the match. For more specific information about the rules, firearm, holster, or belt requirements please visit www.uspsa.org.
New shooters are welcomed and encouraged to come. New shooters will receive a new shooter briefing and will be squaded with experienced shooters.
Please note: ALL USPSA Matches are held on cold ranges. Guns should only be handled in designated Safe areas in which ammo is not allowed. All guns should be transferred from the participant’s car to the safe area in a bag or gun rug. Shooters new to USPSA/IPSC should attend the new shooter briefing prior to un-bagging their pistol.
Please contact Mike Currier with any questions at email@example.com.
See you there!!!