BOWLING PIN SHOOTS

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THESE MATCHES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

ALL NONMEMBERS (SHOOTERS AND SPECTATORS ALIKE)
  MUST COMPLETE AND SIGN A LIABILITY RELEASE FORM ON ENTERING THE CLUB.  

SIG P229
INDOOR PIN SHOOTS
2nd & 4th Thursdays each month (with some exceptions)
Ruger Redhawk

The maximum allowed caliber is .44 Magnum.
.38 Specials or milder rounds are prohibited
(These pins are TOUGH!)

Shooters may shoot up to two matches,
either shooting the same gun twice or two different guns,
unless there are more than 15 competitors,
in which case shooters are limited to only one match.

Registration and setup: 18:15 - 18:54
MANDATORY Safety Meeting: 18:55
Match starts at 19:00

Anyone arriving after the safety meeting has started
will not be allowed to shoot.

THE INDOOR PISTOL RANGE IS CLOSED TO OTHER ACTIVITIES
DURING THESE MATCHES, FROM 18:30 TO 22:30.

For more information, contact
Brian Whitney - bc_whitney@msn.com - 617-794-5098
Kurt Ringleben - kalashnikov_74@yahoo.com - 603-347-1593

~ ~ ~   2018   ~ ~ ~
8 November    29 November
20 December    27 December

~ ~ ~   2019   ~ ~ ~
10 January    24 January
14 February    28 February
14 March    28 March
11 April    25 April
9 May    23 May
13 June    27 June
25 July
8 August    22 August
12 September    26 September
10 October    24 October
14 November
19 December    26 December
Liability Release Form
(Required for all nonmembers, both shooters & spectators)

You can fill it in right on the screen, print it,
and bring it to the match to save time at registration.
At our matches, we shoot full size tenpins at 25-30 feet. Any sights are allowed. Shooters start at low ready, with the end of the barrel on the table, and have eight seconds to clear their table. Pins must be off the table to count as a hit. Any pins left lying on the table are scored as misses. Fallen pins bridging two tables are considered hits.

Matches consist of six tables of pins, with five pins on each table, shot in two three-table relays. The tables are four feet wide and two feet deep, with the pins evenly spaced across the table's midline.

While the 9mm cartridge is adequate, the caliber of choice for semi-auto pistols is the 45 ACP, while revolvers tend to be 357 or 44 Magnums. 38 Special and lighter cartridges are prohibited, due to bullet bounce back. Regardless of caliber or capacity, magazines may be loaded with no more than ten rounds.

If there are less than 15 shooters, participants may shoot a maximum of two matches, with both matches shot concurrently. Once we reach that magic 15 number, each shooter is limited to shooting only once, as we need to wrap things up at a reasonable hour.

The cost to shoot for the entire night, is $6.00 for CPF&G Club Members, $8.00 for nonmembers.

Juniors (under 17) always shoot FREE, have no time limit, and may shoot standing or sitting, with or without a rest.
All minors must be accompanied by a parent, grandparent, or legal guardian at all times.