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Double Action Revolver Match

Third Sunday each month

We have started a new match for our revolver shooters – this is a match for Double Action Revolvers only and takes place at the Cowboy Range. 6 seperate stages, 18 shots per stage Match Fee: $10 Registration is at 8:00 am and the safety briefing is at 9:00 am We are currently limiting this match to 20 participants. If you have further questions or wish to be added to the list of participants, please email Mike Maciel at sintreetulait@yahoo.com

What you need:

The only equipment needed to participate in this match is: a safe and functional six shot, double-action center-fire revolver a safety chamber flag (available at MSI for $1) appropriate ammunition (108 rounds minimum, 150 recommended) o Lead or frangible bullets only. No jacketed bullets or gas checks. o Maximum .38/.357 load not to exceed equivalent of standard 158 grain .38 Special round nose lead. o Maximum “Big Bore” loads not to exceed equivalent of factory “cowboy” loads. o Ammo may be checked. Lite loads are encouraged. Since this is a timed event, speed loaders are highly recommended (at least two). There are several categories for the revolvers used, based on caliber and other factors. This is not an event for beginner shooters. While participants need not be expert shooters, they should be knowledgeable and competent in the use of their revolver.

Match Proceedure:

The match consists of multiple “stages”, each with an array of steel targets and a “scenario” that directs the shooter how to engage the targets. The shooter will fire under the supervision of a Range Officer. Three non-shooter competitors will serve as “counters”, tasked with counting misses and identifying penalties. The shooter’s score will be time plus any penalties. Match will consist of 3 physical stages. Each stage will be shot twice, for a total of six scored stages. Stages will require 18 to 24 rounds each. All shots are double action. Guns will be brought to firing position empty, muzzle pointed up, with the cylinder open and a chamber flag inserted in the cylinder end of the barrel. Loading will be done under supervision of the R/O. After firing, guns will be cleared at the firing position and checked by R/O. Guns are removed from firing line in same condition as brought to firing line.
© 2021 Manteca Sportsmen Inc. All rights reserved
Manteca Sportsmen Inc

Double Action

Revolver Match

Third Sunday each month

We have started a new match for our revolver shooters – this is a match for Double Action Revolvers only and takes place at the Cowboy Range. 6 seperate stages, 18 shots per stage Match Fee: $10 Registration is at 8:00 am and the safety briefing is at 9:00 am We are currently limiting this match to 20 participants. If you have further questions or wish to be added to the list of participants, please email Mike Maciel at sintreetulait@yahoo.com

What you need:

The only equipment needed to participate in this match is: a safe and functional six shot, double-action center-fire revolver a safety chamber flag (available at MSI for $1) appropriate ammunition (108 rounds minimum, 150 recommended) o Lead or frangible bullets only. No jacketed bullets or gas checks. o Maximum .38/.357 load not to exceed equivalent of standard 158 grain .38 Special round nose lead. o Maximum “Big Bore” loads not to exceed equivalent of factory “cowboy” loads. o Ammo may be checked. Lite loads are encouraged. Since this is a timed event, speed loaders are highly recommended (at least two). There are several categories for the revolvers used, based on caliber and other factors. This is not an event for beginner shooters. While participants need not be expert shooters, they should be knowledgeable and competent in the use of their revolver.

Match Proceedure:

The match consists of multiple “stages”, each with an array of steel targets and a “scenario” that directs the shooter how to engage the targets. The shooter will fire under the supervision of a Range Officer. Three non-shooter competitors will serve as “counters”, tasked with counting misses and identifying penalties. The shooter’s score will be time plus any penalties. Match will consist of 3 physical stages. Each stage will be shot twice, for a total of six scored stages. Stages will require 18 to 24 rounds each. All shots are double action. Guns will be brought to firing position empty, muzzle pointed up, with the cylinder open and a chamber flag inserted in the cylinder end of the barrel. Loading will be done under supervision of the R/O. After firing, guns will be cleared at the firing position and checked by R/O. Guns are removed from firing line in same condition as brought to firing line.
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