Wednesday M.A.S.S. Mannys Action Steel Shoot
Run & Gun Action Steel Stages
Wednesdays you can come and shoot the match starting at 9:00 at the Volusia County Gun & Hunt Club. Anyone with a handgun or pistol caliber carbine, and spare magazines, any handgun caliber up to .45 caliber can shoot, .22 caliber guns and carbines start position is buttstock touching belt, wrist below belt, barrels can be placed throughout the course of fire to put spare magazines on. All centerfire guns can start with gun laying flat on barrel or from the holster. The stages are All Steel, round targets require only 1 round each, all square targets require 2 rounds each, octagon steel 4 rounds each, unless defined otherwise. There will be 6 different courses of fire every week, 20 +- rounds per stage, there is a red bonus plate which has to be the last round fired and you only get one shot at it, bonus plate is -3.0 seconds unless otherwise defined! Wednesday stages total round count will be approx. 100-150 total. Any input as to the match is appreciated. Send questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited, Open, Production, PCC, Single Stack, Carry Optics, & Revolver Divisions
Rimfire Rifle, Rimfire Open, Rimfire Iron Sight.
Wednesday M.A.S.S. Entry fees per shooter, 3 guns maximum:
1st & 2nd gun $15 each
If you have never competed before, there is a Free introduction to competition for members of the club on Wednesday starting at 9 (advanced notification only) or if your not a member, just pay the $15 daily range fee, and the intro is still free!
please email Manny if you have questions or would like to sign up to attend.
The courses of fire will require you to start standing with your hands relaxed at your sides, unless otherwise specified, and to shoot as fast and accurate as you can while moving within the fault lines and through the course of fire, the time will start with a beep, and finish with your last shot fired.
Scoring is Total Time!
If you miss or don't shoot at a target the penalty is 3.0 seconds per miss, procedural penalties are also 3.0 seconds, (foot faults, etc.)
Bonus Plate: the red steel can only be shot at one time for the hit, its either a hit or miss, and can take anywhere from 1 second to 5 seconds off your stage time if its hit with the 1st shot. Example: If you would hit the bonus plate the 2nd or 3rd round etc., you would not get the bonus time deduction, but the time for the stage would still be your last shot fired!