Tactical Shoot

INDOOR/Outdoor TACTICAL SHOOT 2014


  Manheim Sportsmen’s Association
  552 Oak Tree Rd.
  Manheim, Pa 17545

                                  

Saturday Jan. 25th, Feb. 22nd, Mar. 22nd, Apr. 26th, May 24th, Jun. 28th, Jul. 26th, Aug. 23rd, Sep. 27th, Oct. 25th, Nov. 15th, and Dec. 20th  

 For info or directions go to:  www.manheimsportsmanassoc.org or contact Dave at dyutz@ptd.net
                                                   
Registration: 8:00 to 9:30 am
Safety Briefing: 9:30 am Mandatory
Shooting begins at 10:00 am
4 courses of fire (time permitting)

$10.00 Entry fee



Divisions 
Open Auto- Any centerfire semi auto pistol. All modifications and optics allowed.
                        Open Revolver- Any centerfire revolver. All modifications and optics allowed.
Stock Auto- Centerfire semi auto. No comps, ports or external weights, regardless of source, i.e. factory ported. No optics.
Stock Revolver- 6 round limit. No comps, ports or external weights, regardless of source, i.e. factory ported. No optics.
Rimfire- Any Rimfire semi auto pistol. All modifications and optics allowed.

Equipment
1. A safe working semi auto or D.A. firearm.
2. Holster- Hip, thigh, or IWB (Must be worn from the point of the hip forward) No shoulder, pocket, or ankle holsters allowed.
3. At least 3 magazines or enough speed loaders for a 30-40 shot course. A magazine/speed loader pouch is recommended.
4. At least 150 rounds of ammunition. Club rules prohibit magnum, +P, and +P+ loads on the indoor range. All loads must be of standard velocity.
5. A tactical flashlight may be used, but is not necessary.

 

 

HISTORY  OF  THE MANHEIM  SPORTSMEN’S  ASSOC.  INC. REORGANIZED  IN  APRIL  1960

The purpose of the Manheim Sportsmen’s Association according to their Constitution and by-laws is to promote safe hunting, sportsmanship, protect and propagate game and fish. Also to assist in the conservation of forests and streams, to assist in making game and fish laws, and to foster and perpetuate a feeling of goodwill between general public, fellow sportsmen, landowners and game and fish authorities.READ MORE...

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