Southwest Region Events

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  • Feb16

    Oregon Trail Rough Riders Event at BCR

    This cowboy action shooting group wears western period clothing and performs shooting scenarios using revolvers, rifles and shotguns in an Old West setting. This family-friendly event begins at 9:00am. New shooters and spectators are always welcome!

  • Feb16

    M1 Carbine Silhouette Match at BCR

    This silhouette shoot uses the WWII classic .30 caliber M1 carbine, and both originals and reproductions are allowed.

    Shooters have four minutes and 15 rounds to shoot 10 targets and all shooting is done “off hand” without a spotter. Each participant shoots up to 60 rounds at these distances: 40 yards-chickens, 50 yards-pigs, 75 yards-turkeys, 100 yards-rams.

    Save $5 in match fees by combining an M1 Carbine match with a CMP M1 Carbine match!

  • Feb16

    Schuetzen Match at BCR

    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.

  • Feb16

    CMP M1 Carbine Match at BCR

    This bullseye target match uses the classic WWII M1 carbine with .30 caliber bullets. CMP rules require that the carbine be in as issued by the U.S. Armed Forces condition with standard stock and sights. The trigger pull may be no less than 4.5 pounds, and no increased weight in the carbine is allowed. No glass bedding, laminated or synthetic stocks are allowed. Standard issue 15-round magazines are required.

  • Feb23

    Cabin Fever Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Match at BCR

    This two-day event is open to all. NRA Rules for equipment & ammunition will apply. Participants may use open sights or scopes. Any safe, single shot, breech-loading rifle, of American design patent, produced prior to 1896 with an exposed hammer, original or reproduction. Rifles must be chambered for cartridges of the American black powder era. Ammunition must be loaded with 100% black powder or Pyrodex only. Bullets may be cast or swaged and must be composed entirely of lead or lead alloy, lubricated or paper patched without gas checks.