This bullseye target match draws its name from the German word for “shooting.” Classic pre-World War I rifles and reproductions are allowed. Bullets must be lead with no gas checks.
Shooters have 60 minutes to shoot 50 rounds at two 200-yard bullseye targets (25 rounds per target), with all shooting done “off hand.” These matches are held at the lower silhouette range except during cold or inclement weather, when the matches move to BCR’s Schuetzen House.
Schuetzen matches are held on the second Sunday of each month from September to March beginning at 10:00am. Check the monthly calendar to confirm date and time. For more information, contact Frank Cornell at 208-871-7504 or firstname.lastname@example.org.