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PRACTICAL DEFENSIVE RIFLE

Jack Ostendorf

918-259-9601

Jack38@windstream.net

2nd Sunday of each month. See Calendar for times

PRACTICAL DEFENSIVE RIFLE

We invite you to attend the monthly Practical Defensive Rifle Match at Oil Capitol Rod & Gun Club. Match fee is $10 members and $15 guests.  The match is held the second Sunday of every month, year ‘round.  Sign-in commences at 0930 in the Pistol Pavilion Building. Safety meeting at 1000.  Please see Rules PDF at bottom of this web page.

Please note that the event is currently on COVID pause.

 If you want on the BCC notification list, please send an email to jack38@windstream.net   We shoot the scheduled match unless it is cancelled by conditions extreme enough to be unsafe.  Activity participants will be updated by email.

The Defensive Practical Rifle Match is a shooting sport that uses practical rifles/carbines and equipment suitable for real world use, including full charge service ammunition, to solve simulated real world self-defense scenarios.   While primarily a rifle/carbine event, pistols also sometimes used in a stage with them.  Gun transitions are designed to be within the competitor’s individual capabilities. 

Slings are required before and after a stage; may be removed during a stage.  Empty chamber flags required.  Other safety and operational rules in effect, per the Rules at the bottom of this page.

Stages are limited to not more than 24 rounds.  Typical match is 5 stages.  Scoring is shooter’s time, plus target points down, plus penalties.  Distances do not exceed 75 yards, with average around 25 yards.  Some required shots will require precision.  Others are fired on the move or weak shoulder.  Rifle targets are IDPA cardboard.  Pistol targets may be cardboard or reactive steel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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