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Discipline / News Archives

This is the archive page for some of the previous seasons of Green Valley's shooting disciplines, range rules and newsletter.


Action Pistol Archives

Action Pistol - 2017
- last updated 2017-12-12 18:42:24

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 18
  • April 15
  • May 24-27 - Bianchi Cup
  • June 17 - Cameron Cup
  • July 15
  • August 19 - confirmed
  • September 16
  • October 21
  • November 18

Cameron Cup

Other Match Information

Bianchi Cup

2017 Results


Action Pistol - 2016
- last updated 2016-12-26 11:36:25

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 19
  • April 16
  • June 18 - Cameron Cup
  • July 16
  • August 20 - Cancelled
  • September 17
  • October 15
  • November 19

Cameron Cup

Other Match Information

Bianchi Cup

2016 Results


Action Pistol - 2015
- last updated 2015-12-02 07:11:23

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 21
  • April 18
  • June 20 - Cameron Cup
  • July 18
  • August 15
  • September 19
  • October 17
  • November 21

Cameron Cup

Other Match Information

Bianchi Cup

2015 Results


Action Pistol - 2014

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 15
  • April 19
  • June 21 - Cameron Cup
  • July 19
  • August 16
  • September 20
  • October 18
  • November 15

Cameron Cup

Other Match information

Bianchi Cup
2014 Results


Action Pistol - 2013

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 16
  • April 20
  • June 15 - Cameron Cup
  • July 20
  • August 17
  • September 21
  • October 19
  • November 16

Cameron Cup
2013 Results


Action Pistol - 2012

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 17
  • April 21
  • June 16 - Cameron Cup
  • July 21
  • August 18
  • September 15
  • October 20
  • November 17

Cameron Cup

2012 Results


Action Pistol - 2011

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • April 16 - THIS MATCH HAS BEEN CANCELED!
  • July 16
  • August 20
  • September 17
  • October 15
  • November 19
2011 Results
  • no results yet


Action Pistol - 2010

2010 Results


Action Pistol - 2009

2009 Results


Bullseye Archives

Bullseye - 2012

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Columbia Range
  • January 15th
  • February 19th
  • Missouri State Indoor Pistol Championship - March 18th
  • April 15th
  • June 17th
  • August 19th
  • Missouri State Outdoor Pistol Championship - September 15th & 16th
  • October 21st
2012 Results


Bullseye - 2011

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Columbia Range

  • 2011 season regular match flier:  2011_2700_APP OldWord.doc   27.0KB   544 downloads  
  • Missouri State Outdoor Pistol Championship - June 18th & 19th
  • August 21st
  • September 18th
  • October 16th
2011 Results


Bullseye - 2010

2010 Results


IDPA Archives

IDPA - 2017
- last updated 2017-11-26 15:12:00

Match Information

All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. Shooting will start at 10:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the gvimages/URLExternal.png Green Valley IDPA Facebook page( 390 clicks ) for any announcements.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)


  • April 2
  • May 7
  • June 4
  • July 2
  • August 6
  • September 3
  • October 1
  • November 5
2017 Results

gvimages/URLExternal.png All IDPA match information posted at the PractiScore web site (click here)( 424 clicks )

Visit the gvimages/URLExternal.png PractiScore Green Valley IDPA page( 376 clicks ) for more information and to gvimages/URLExternal.png register on the PractiScore web site( 431 clicks ) .


IDPA - 2016
- last updated 2016-12-28 13:54:25

Match Information

All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. Shooting will start at 10:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the IDPA forums for any announcements.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)


  • April 3
  • May 1
  • June 5
  • July 3 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • August 7 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • September 4
  • October 2
  • November 6
2016 Results

All IDPA match information posted at the PractiScore web site (click here).

Visit the PractiScore Green Valley IDPA page for more information and to register on the PractiScore web site.


IDPA - 2015
- last updated 2015-11-10 15:37:26

Match Information

All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. Shooting will start at 10:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the IDPA forums for any announcements.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)


  • April 5 - No Match - Easter Sunday
  • May 3
  • May 9 - Qualifier (Upper 25 yd Range #6)
  • June 7
  • July 5 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • August 2 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • September 6
  • October 4
2015 Results

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IDPA - 2014

Match Information
All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. Shooting will start at 10:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the IDPA forums for any announcements.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)
  • April 6
  • April 13 - Classifier (Practical Range #4)
  • May 4
  • June 1
  • July 6 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • August 3 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • October 5
2014 Results

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IDPA - 2013

Match Information
All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. Shooting will start at 10:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the IDPA forums for any announcements.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)
  • April 7
  • May 5
  • June 2
  • June 23 - Classifier (Upper 50 yd range #6)
  • July 7 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • August 4 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
  • September 1 - registration at 8:00, shooting starts at 9:00
2013 Results


IDPA - 2012

Match Information
All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the IDPA forums for any announcements. Matches are now the first Sunday of the month and will be shot on the lower ranges with occasional side matches included.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)
  • April 7th
  • May 6th
  • June 3rd
  • July 1st- will start early due to the heat
  • August 5th- will start early due to the heat
  • September 2nd- RESCHEDULED for October 7
  • October 7th
2012 Results


IDPA - 2011

Match Information
All Matches: Registration from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. These times may change due to heat in the Summer months, please check the IDPA forums for any announcements. Matches are generally the first Saturday of the month and will be shot on the lower ranges with occasional side matches included.
Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges (dates subject to change)
  • April 2nd
  • May 7th
  • June 4th
  • July 2nd
  • August 6th - will start early due to the heat
  • August 14 (Classifier)
  • September 3rd
2011 Results


IDPA - 2010

2010 Results


USPSA Archives

USPSA - 2017
- last updated 2017-11-26 15:12:36

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 8:15-8:45 am all shooting starts at 9:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count. Match setup will take place the evening before. Please check the gvimages/URLExternal.png Green Valley USPSA Facebook page( 354 clicks ) for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • January 28
  • February 25
  • March 25
  • April 22
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 24
  • July 22
  • September 23
  • October 28

2017 Results

gvimages/URLExternal.png All USPSA match information posted at the PractiScore web site (click here)( 406 clicks )

Visit the gvimages/URLExternal.png PractiScore Green Valley USPSA page( 349 clicks ) for more information and to gvimages/URLExternal.png register on the PractiScore web site( 431 clicks ) .


USPSA - 2016
- last updated 2016-12-26 11:37:53

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 10:00 am all shooting starts at 11:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count. Please note with hot weather we might start 1 hour earlier. Please check the USPSA forums for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 26
  • April 23
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 25
  • July 23
  • September 24 - This will be an ALL Classifier match - 5 Stages
  • October 22

2016 Results

All USPSA scores posted at the USPSA web site (click here).


IPSC Archives

IPSC - 2015
- last updated 2015-11-10 15:37:36

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 10:00 am all shooting starts at 11:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count. Please note with hot weather we might start 1 hour earlier. Please check the IPSC forums for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • April 25
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 22 - Shooting starts at 11:00 and sign in is from 10:00 - 10:45
  • September 26 - This will be an all classifier match. 5 - 6 stages. Cost will be $20.00 for members and non-members. Shooting begins at 11:00.
  • October 24

2015 Results

All IPSC scores posted at the USPSA web site (click here).


IPSC - 2014

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 10:00 am all shooting starts at 11:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count. Please note with hot weather we might start 1 hour earlier. Please check the IPSC forums for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range
  • March 22
  • April 26
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 28
  • July 26
  • August 23 - Sign in is from 9:00-10:00. We will start shooting at 10:00, not 11:00
  • September 27
  • October 25
2014 Results

All IPSC scores posted at the USPSA web site (click here).


IPSC - 2013

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 10:00 am all shooting starts at 11:00 am after a brief shooters meeting. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count. Please note with hot weather we might start 1 hour earlier. Please check the IPSC forums for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range

  • March 23
  • April 27
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 29
  • July 27
  • August 24
  • September 28
2013 Results

All IPSC scores posted at the USPSA web site (click here).


IPSC - 2012

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 10:00 am all shooting starts at 11:00 am. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count.

For those interested in being part of the set up crew we will meet on that Saturday of the shoot at 8:00a.m.. Don Martin would appreciate it as well. His cell is 573-864-7723. This means that we can get it all set up the day of the shoot. For those helping if you are a member you can shoot at no cost as well as take off $50.00 from your membership renewal. Those non-members can of course shoot at no cost. PLEASE call Don so we can have a good idea on the extra help. Take Care and see you all in 2012.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range
  • March 24th
  • April 28th
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 23rd
  • July 28th
  • August 25th
  • September - rescheduled for the 29th
  • October 27th
2012 Results

All IPSC scores posted at the USPSA web site (click here).


IPSC - 2011

Match Information

Non Green Valley-Members $15====Green Valley Members $10

All Matches: Registration 9:00 am all shooting starts at 10:00 am. Usually 5 stages and minimum 100 round count.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Range
  • May == No USPSA Match
  • June 25th
  • July 23rd == CANCELLED!
  • August 27th
  • September 24th == CANCELLED!
  • October 22nd
2011 Results

All IPSC scores posted at the USPSA web site (click here).


IPSC - 2010

2010 Results


Silhouette Archives

Silhouette - 2017
- last updated 2018-02-03 15:10:20

DATES: April 23, May 21, June 25, July 30, August 27, September 24, October 29

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in from 8:00 am to 8:45. Match begins at 9:00 am

MATCH FEES: $10.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1997 or later) are $4.00. If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Two 40 round matches, with a break in between for lunch.

Matches can be shot in the morning, after lunch, or both.

A 40 round match consists of 10 rounds total at each of the four animals: chickens at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters All targets are 1/5 size.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings...

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $13.00). "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Smallbore_Rifle_Silhouette.doc   23.5KB   1354 downloads    SGB_Silhouette.docx   12.1KB   930 downloads  

PRACTICE TARGETS:  smallbore_rifle.pdf   17.5KB   980 downloads  


Silhouette - 2016
- last updated 2017-03-31 15:21:44

DATES: April 24, May 15, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, October 23

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in from 8:00 am to 8:45. Match begins at 9:00 am

MATCH FEES: $10.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1996 or later) are $4.00. If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Two 40 round matches, with a break in between for lunch.

Matches can be shot in the morning, after lunch, or both.

A 40 round match consists of 10 rounds total at each of the four animals: chickens at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters All targets are 1/5 size.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings...

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $13.00). "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Smallbore_Rifle_Silhouette.doc   23.5KB   1354 downloads    SGB_Silhouette.docx   12.1KB   930 downloads  

PRACTICE TARGETS:  smallbore_rifle.pdf   17.5KB   980 downloads  


Silhouette - 2015
- last updated 2017-03-31 15:21:54

DATES: April 26, May 10, June 28, July 26, August 30, September 27, October 25

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in from 8:00 am to 8:45. Match begins at 9:00 am

MATCH FEES: $10.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1995 or later) are $4.00. If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Two 40 round matches, with a break in between for lunch. Matches can be shot in the morning, after lunch, or both.

A 40 round match consists of 10 rounds total at each of the four animals: chickens at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters All targets are 1/5 size.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings...

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $13.00). "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Smallbore_Rifle_Silhouette.doc   23.5KB   1354 downloads    SGB_Silhouette.docx   12.1KB   930 downloads  

PRACTICE TARGETS:  smallbore_rifle.pdf   17.5KB   980 downloads  


Silhouette - 2014

MATCH DATES: April 27, May 11, June 22, July 27, Sept 28 and Oct 26

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in from 8:00 am to 8:45. Match begins at 9:00 am

MATCH FEES: $8.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1994 or later) are $2.00 . If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Two 40 round matches, with a break in between for lunch. Matches can be shot in the morning, after lunch, or both.

A 40 round match consists of 10 rounds total at each of the four animals: chickens at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters All targets are 1/5 size.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings.

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $13.00) "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Smallbore_Rifle_Silhouette.doc   23.5KB   1354 downloads    SGB_Silhouette.docx   12.1KB   930 downloads  

PRACTICE TARGETS:  smallbore_rifle.pdf   17.5KB   980 downloads  


Silhouette - 2013

MATCH DATES: April 28, May 19, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22 and October 27

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in starts 8 AM, Match starts at 9 AM. Match usually done by 3 PM.

MATCH FEES: $8.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1991 or later) are $2.00

If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Event consists of two 40 round matches with a break in between for lunch (lunch not provided).

A 40 round match consists of 1 shot per animal. The silhouettes are in two banks of 5 animals each. Chickens are at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters.

Each 5 shot bank is shot following a 15 second ready command followed by 2.5 minutes to shoot the 5 shots. The silhouettes must be shot in order with 1 shot per silhouette.

Only 22 rimfire rifles are permitted- but NO hypervelocity ammunition is allowed due to target damage.

All shots are fired standing, with no sling, palmrest, heavy clothing or external support allowed. Scopes are expected given the size of the animals and the distance. Iron sites are allowed- but have no separate class or category to compete in.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings.

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $12.00) "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Smallbore_Rifle_Silhouette.doc   23.5KB   1354 downloads    SGB_Silhouette.docx   12.1KB   930 downloads  

PRACTICE TARGETS:  smallbore_rifle.pdf   17.5KB   980 downloads  


Silhouette - 2012

MATCH DATES: April 22, May 20, June 24, July 22, August 26, September 23 and October 28

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in starts 8 AM, Match starts at 9 AM. Match usually done by 3 PM.

MATCH FEES: $8.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1990 or later) are $2.00

If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Event consists of two 40 round matches with a break in between for lunch (lunch not provided).

A 40 round match consists of 1 shot per animal. The silhouettes are in two banks of 5 animals each. Chickens are at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters.

Each 5 shot bank is shot following a 15 second ready command followed by 2.5 minutes to shoot the 5 shots. The silhouettes must be shot in order with 1 shot per silhouette.

Only 22 rimfire rifles are permitted- but NO hypervelocity ammunition is allowed due to target damage.

All shots are fired standing, with no sling, palmrest, heavy clothing or external support allowed. Scopes are expected given the size of the animals and the distance. Iron sites are allowed- but have no separate class or category to compete in.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings.

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $12.00) "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Smallbore_Rifle_Silhouette.doc   23.5KB   1354 downloads    SGB_Silhouette.docx   12.1KB   930 downloads  

PRACTICE TARGETS:  smallbore_rifle.pdf   17.5KB   980 downloads  


Silhouette - 2011

MATCH DATES: April 24, May 22, June 26, July 24, August 28, September 25, October 23

LOCATION: Columbia Rifle Range.

ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to the public. NRA membership is not required.

TIMES: Sight-in from 8:00 am to 8:45. Match begins at 9:00 AM

MATCH FEES: $8.00 per 40 round match. Junior shooters (born 1989 or later) are $2.00

If you have not shot Small bore Silhouette at Green Valley before, match fees are waived for your first match!

COURSE OF FIRE: Two 40 round matches, with a break in between for lunch. Matches can be shot in the morning, after lunch, or both.

A 40 round match consists of 10 rounds total at each of the four animals: chickens at 40 meters, pigs at 60 meters, turkeys at 77 meters, and rams at 100 meters All targets are 1/5 size.

AWARDS: Cash awards will be given to the first place winners in each class. 50% of the entry fee will be returned as cash awards or drawings.

RULES: NRA rules apply and NRA classification will be used. NRA scorebooks are required and will be available. (A once per year purchase of $12.00) "Artificial support" rules and regulations will be enforced. Eye and Ear protection are required.


ICORE Archives

ICORE - 2017
- last updated 2018-01-02 15:19:00

Match Information

Green Valley Members: $10.00, Non-Green Valley Members: $15.00

Registration 9:00am until 9:45am. Shooting starts at 10:00am after a brief shooters meeting. Please check the gvimages/URLExternal.png Green Valley ICORE Facebook page( 252 clicks ) for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges

2017 Results

gvimages/URLExternal.png All ICORE match information posted at the PractiScore web site (click here)( 190 clicks )

Visit the gvimages/URLExternal.png PractiScore Green Valley ICORE page( 231 clicks ) for more information and to gvimages/URLExternal.png register on the PractiScore web site( 431 clicks ) .


ICORE - 2016
- last updated 2016-12-26 11:36:40

Match Information

Green Valley Members: $10.00, Non-Green Valley Members: $15.00

Registration 9:00am until 9:45am. Shooting starts at 10:00am after a brief shooters meeting. Please check the ICORE forums for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges

  • April 10
  • May 8
  • Jun 12
  • July 10
  • August 14
  • Sept 11
  • Oct 9 - Cancelled
  • Nov 13
  • Dec 11
2016 Results


ICORE - 2015
- last updated 2015-11-09 18:43:37

Match Information

Green Valley Members: $10.00, Non-Green Valley Members: $15.00

Registration 9:00am until 9:45am. Shooting starts at 10:00am after a brief shooters meeting. Please check the ICORE forums for any announcements.

Scheduled Matches: Green Valley Hallsville Lower Ranges

  • November 1 - Introductory Match
2015 Results


Bianchi Cup Archives

Bianchi Cup - 2017
- last updated 2018-01-02 15:22:54

2017 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2016
- last updated 2016-12-26 11:37:12

2016 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2015
- last updated 2015-11-20 17:13:42

2015 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2014

2014 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2013

2013 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2012

2012 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2011

2011 Unofficial results


Bianchi Cup - 2010

2010 Unofficial results


Range Rules Archives


Range Rules - rev. 01/01/2014

GREEN VALLEY RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB, INC
RANGE SAFETY AND OPERATING RULES
(Revised January 1, 2014)

Policy:

It is the policy of The Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club (GV) to be committed to the safety and well being of its members, guests, employees, volunteers, and neighbors. To insure the long term viability of our facilities and to support lawful and responsible firearms ownership and usage, safety must be the number one priority in all activities occurring on the properties.

Purpose:

This policy sets forth guidelines and procedures regulating the use of the GV ranges by all present. This policy is not intended to be a contract or to be construed to constitute contractual obligations of any kind between GV and anyone. GV retains the absolute right to modify range rules and/or procedures, temporarily or permanently, as needs arise.

This document should not be construed as creating a legal duty or a standard of safety or care. This policy is for internal use only and is not intended for use in any criminal or civil proceeding. Violations of this policy may form the basis for internal decisions. Only violations of the law may form the basis for civil or criminal sanctions in a recognized court.

Scope:

This policy applies to all GV members, guests, volunteers, and employees (range users) seeking to utilize the Club's facilities. All range users must familiarize themselves with this policy and sign the Agreement of Release and Liability verifying they have read, understand, and agree to abide by the letter and intent of its contents.

This policy and the accompanying general and specific range rules apply in general to all activities on GV property. The ONLY exceptions to these Rules may occur where the conditions of an ORGANIZED event, competition, or training program, conducted under the supervision of competent range staff, require. Variations from these rules are NOT PERMITTED when the shooting is not an organized event conducted under competent supervision and approved by the Board of Directors. Individual shooting, regardless of who is involved, does not qualify.

Access to the facilities requires safe, legal, and sportsmanlike behavior from everyone present. Offenders are subject to immediate suspension by any Board Member, range officer, employee, or discipline head. Such a suspension will be temporary, pending review by the Board of Directors.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1 - General Safety

1.1 Four Rules of Firearm Safety
1.2 Alcohol and Drugs Prohibited.
1.3 Impacting of Rounds
1.4 Eye & Ear Protection Required
1.5 Rules Governing Hosted Events
1.6 Firearms/Ammunition That May Be Used
1.7 Approved Targets
1.8 Littering
1.9 Vehicles Driven on Ranges
1.10 Portable Range Equipment
1.11 Entrance Gates
1.12 Rule Enforcement

Section 2 - Violation of Club Rules

2.1 Violation Categories
2.2 Property Violations
2.3 Safety Violations
2.4 Violation Enforcement

Section 3 - Member Access and Use

3.1 Member Access and Renewal
3.2 Range Scheduling
3.3 Security of Club & Equipment
3.4 Range Availability & Shooting Times

Section 4 - Guest Access and Use

4.1 Family Membership Rules
4.2 Guest of Members

Section 5 - Definitions

5.1 Small Bore
5.2 Magnum Loads
5.3 Centerfire Rifle
5.4 Shotgun Slugs
5.5 Buckshot

Section 6 - Range Specific Rules (Columbia)

6.1 Vermillion 100-Yard Rifle Range
6.2 50-Yard Range
6.3 50-Foot Indoor Range
6.4 Moving Target Range
6.5 25-Yard Covered Firing Point Range
6.6 Barricade Range
6.7 Plate Range

Section 7 - Range Specific Rules (Hallsville)

7.1 Lower Mover Range #1
7.2 Falling Plate Range #2
7.3 Barricade Range #3
7.4 Lower 50-Yard Practical Range #4
7.5 200-Yard Rifle Range #5
7.6 Upper 25-Yard Range #6
7.7 Upper Mover Range #7
7.8 Upper Mover Range #8
7.9 Upper Parking Lot Range #9
7.10 100 yd Range #10

Section 1: General Range Safety and Operating Rules

1.1 The following Four Rules of Firearms Safety must form the basis of all shooting and firearms handling at GV. All persons engaging in such activity must be intimately familiar with these rules and abide by them at all times.

  • Treat all firearms as if they are loaded at all times.
  • Never allow the muzzle of a firearm to point at anything you are not willing to destroy.
  • Keep your finger outside of the trigger guard until you have made the decision to fire.
  • Be positive of the target and the backstop.

1.2 No person handling firearms in any manner on GV property can be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

1.3 Each and every round fired MUST impact an established berm and remain on the GV property. All firing must be done from the established firing lines, never from behind or in front of them. All shooters on a range at the same time must fire from the same firing line. When multiple shooters are using the same range, one should assume the role of Acting Range Officer and be responsible for declaring the range "safe" or "hot." When a range has been declared SAFE, all firearms must be unloaded, actions locked open, magazines removed, and safeties engaged. There shall be no handling of firearms when a range has been declared SAFE. Only when the range has been declared HOT may there be any handling or shooting of firearms.

1.4 All persons engaging in or observing shooting activity must wear appropriate eye and hearing protection. Offensive language, disruptive behavior, and horseplay are prohibited.

1.5 During scheduled activities the rules governing that event shall be the rules enforced. The GV authorized range officer associated with that event will enforce its rules and standards. In certain cases these activities will allow for some deviation from the range specific rules. These deviations will never violate the four basic safety rules described above.

1.6 Only firearms that are legally possessed under current State and Federal Law are permitted on GV property. Tracer, incendiary, and explosive projectiles are prohibited. Armor piercing projectiles may not be fired at any steel targets.

1.7 Only paper, cardboard, and club approved steel targets may be used. Under no circumstances should other items be used as targets. This means glass, appliances, electronics, rocks, or any other item that might produce a ricochet or leave debris on the range may not be used as targets. Targets may never be placed so that proper hits on the target cause damage to club property. All targets must be placed at a height that insures all rounds fired impact the appropriate berm and cannot strike the ground in front of the berm.

1.8 All persons must clean up their trash.

1.9 Only service vehicles may be driven on the ranges. Personal vehicles are not to be driven on any range. Vehicle parking is only allowed in designated parking areas.

1.10 Portable range equipment (target stands, barricades, etc) must be moved to the side of the range or behind the firing line after use. Nothing is to be left on the range.

1.11 Except during scheduled events requiring free access, gates should remain closed and locked during general recreational shooting.

1.12 All members are responsible for obeying the rules and reporting observed violations to a GV Board Member or Officer. All members using the range should have their Range Pass visible. Except for organized activities allowing non-member participation, it is the duty of members to contact persons on the range without a visible pass and verify their membership. If they are not members, they should be asked to leave and the incident should be reported to a Board Member. Club members should not attempt to force anyone to leave or become involved in a hostile confrontation. Do not be offended if another club member asks to see your range pass! It is, in fact, their duty to do so. Be thankful they are diligent and caring about the well-being of the facility.

Section 2: Violations of Club Rules

2.1 In general, violations are to be divided into safety related and property misuse related.

2.2 For property misuse violations (which include abuse, damage, loss or other misuse of club property) the Board may require repairs, replacement, or payment for the property at the offender's expense.

2.3 For safety related violations, the Board may revoke or suspend the membership privileges of the offender for a single serious violation. All cases, actions and decisions of the board in regard to safety and property violations are governed by the GV Bylaws.

2.4 Any violation of safety and/or property rules may result in anyone, member or guest, to be removed and/or banned from the property.

Section 3: Member Access and Use

3.1 All members in good standing will be provided the combination to the locks on the gates at both ranges and the indoor range at the Columbia Range. Annual membership renewal information is mailed in mid-December each year. Gate codes are changed on February 1st.

3.2 Access to, and the reserving of, facilities by members for specific events or purposes is on a first come, first served basis. Any scheduled activity shall have priority on range usage. However, members may use ranges not in use providing such activity does not interfere with the scheduled activity. The reserving of facilities is to be done through the Director of Range Operations (DRO) or going to the club website (www.gvshoot.com) and emailing the "Range Scheduler" under contacts.

3.3 The security of the club and availability of equipment to members depends on controlling unauthorized use. Therefore, all keys and combinations beyond those provided to all members will be issued only with Board approval. Members requesting additional access should make their request to the Board at the monthly meeting.

3.4 Other than conflicts with scheduled activities, the ranges are open 365 days a year. Shooting hours are 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. There shall be no discharge of firearms prior to 8:00 am or after 10:00 pm.

Section 4: Guest Access and Use

4.1 Members must accompany their guests at all times. A member's spouse and those persons under the age of 21 living in the member's household may accompany the member to the range any time and for an unlimited number of times. Any other person may only be brought to the range as a guest three times per calendar year.

4.2 Guests are held to the same standards of safety and behavior as members and the accompanying member will be held responsible for the actions of their guests.

Section 5: Definitions:

5.1 Small bore - .22 short, long, or long rifle rimfire cartridges. For the purposes of range specific cartridge limitations, all other rimfire cartridges are considered centerfire. On a range allowing "small bore" cartridges only, .22 magnum, .17 HMR, .17 Mach 2, and similar cartridges shall not be used.

5.2 Magnum Loads - Given today's proliferations of cartridges, one must exercise good judgment as it is impossible to list all chamberings available. For example, lead bullets, loaded to traditional .44 Special velocities in a .44 Magnum case would be permissible in the indoor range. .45 Colt lead bullets, loaded to .44 magnum velocities in firearms that can handle it, are not permissible on the indoor range.

5.3 Centerfire Rifle - While this seems self explanatory, it should also include high velocity cartridges fired from handguns. For example, a handgun chambered in what is traditionally considered a rifle cartridge, shall not be used where the rules prohibit centerfire rifles (.223, .221 Fireball, .243, .308, etc)

5.4 Shotgun Slugs - Shotgun ammunition firing a single projectile.

5.5 Buckshot - any shot shell loaded with pellets larger than #2's.

5.6 In summary, all persons using GV ranges are expected to conform to the intent of these rules, even if the letter of the rules does not specifically prohibit such activity. The intent of these rules is safety and the preservation of club property. When in doubt about a specific firearm or cartridge, do not use it until you have received clarification from a Board Member. The rules for each range will show firearms and/or cartridges that are allowed or prohibited, target type and location specifications, and what firing lines may be used. Certain ranges have additional limitations that are specified.

Section 6: Range Specific Rules for Columbia Ranges (4900 N. Wyatt Lane)

Each range at the two GV properties has specific capabilities and limitations. These limitations are based on safety and property preservation issues. Deviations from these range specific rules will be treated as safety and/or property violations.

Fully automatic fire is not allowed on any of the Columbia Ranges.

6.1 Vermillion 100-Yard Rifle Range:

A. Firearms Approved: Rimfire only

B. Targets Approved: Paper or cardboard only for general use. Targets must be placed only on the established 100 yard target lines. Steel targets are only allowed during scheduled small bore silhouette competitions. These matches may also use the established target lines at 40, 50, 77, and 100 meters.

C. Firing Line: All firing must be done from the established firing line.

6.2 50-Yard Range:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, and center fire handguns. Center fire rifles and shotguns are specifically prohibited

B. Targets Approved: Paper or cardboard only. All targets on this range must be placed on the established 50 yard target line.

C. Firing Line: Shooters may move forward and fire from shorter ranges when all present agree on the distance.

6.3 50-Foot Indoor Range:

The indoor range has special requirements in regard to the exhaust fan and furnace. Only members that have received orientation on these systems from a Board member or discipline head may use this range.

A. Firearms Approved: "Conventional" center fire handguns with lead bullets and all small bore handguns and rifles. Under no circumstances are center fire jacketed bullets to be used. No magnum handgun loads, regardless of bullet construction may be used. Center fire rifles and shotguns are prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Paper and cardboard only and they may only be used at the established target line. All shooters must fire on the target number that corresponds to their firing position number. (no shots may be fired diagonally)

C. Firing Line: All firing must be done from the established firing line.

6.4 Moving Target Range:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, and center fire handguns. Center fire rifles and shotguns are specifically prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: This range may only be used for moving target practice and so all targets must be properly affixed to the mover mechanism.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various established distances on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information.

6.5 25-Yard Covered Firing Point Range:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, and center fire handguns. Center fire rifles and shotguns are specifically prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established 25 yard target line.

C. Firing Line: All firing must be from the established firing line.

The turning target mechanism may only be used by persons receiving training and permission from the Bullseye Pistol Discipline Head.

6.6 Barricade Range:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, shotguns, and center fire handguns. Center fire rifles are specifically prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

C. Firing Line: All firing must be from the various established firing lines defined by the permanent barricades.

6.7 Plate Range:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, and center fire handguns. Heavy magnum handgun loads are likely to cause target damage and are prohibited. Shotguns may be used but slugs are specifically prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Only the permanent falling steel plates are to be used as targets.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be from the various established firing lines, defined by the ropes laid on the ground. No firing shall be done from any distance closer than the closest rope, or farther than the farthest rope.

Section 7. Range Specific Rules for Hallsville Ranges:
(4350 Academy Road, Hallsville, MO 65255)

7.1 Lower Mover Range #1:

A. Firearms Approved: All legal Firearms.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel. Though portable targets are allowed on this range, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and steel splatter does not damage any of the mover mechanism or protective walls.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various distances on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information.

7.2 Falling Plate Range #2:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, and center fire handguns. Heavy magnum handgun loads are likely to cause target damage and are prohibited. Shotguns may be used but slugs are specifically prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Only the permanent falling steel plates are to be used as targets.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be from the various established firing lines, defined by the ropes laid on the ground. No firing shall be done from any distance closer than the closest rope, or farther than the farthest rope.

7.3 Barricade Range #3:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, shotguns, and center fire handguns. Center fire rifles and shotguns with slugs are specifically prohibited. Magnum ammunition is also prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

C. Firing Line: All firing must be from the various established firing lines defined by the permanent barricades.

The turning target mechanism on this range shall only be operated by persons receiving training and permission from the Board.

7.4 Lower 50-Yard (Practical) Range #4:

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, shotguns, and center fire handguns. Center fire rifles and shotguns with slugs are specifically prohibited. Magnum ammunition is also prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be from various distances with the maximum being 50 yards.

The turning target mechanism on this range shall only be operated by persons receiving training and permission from the Board.

7.5 200-Yard Rifle Range #5:

The use of the rifle range requires constant diligence on the part of users to insure targets are placed at the proper height to insure all rounds strike the established berm at the end of the range. Under no circumstances may rounds be allowed to strike the ground short of the berm. Firing into the hillsides on the sides of the range is prohibited.

A. Firearms Approved: Smallbore rifles, centerfire rifles, and shotgun slugs. "Conventional" handgun shooting is prohibited. Specialty handguns, chambered in high velocity cartridges and fired from a stable rest may be used. Armor piercing ammunition is prohibited on all steel targets.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets may be used. All targets must be placed at the proper height to insure all rounds strike the established berm and nowhere else. Steel targets on the range may also be used.

C. Firing Line: All firing must be done from the established firing line as defined by the concrete pad.

No personal vehicles are to be driven forward of the firing line.

7.6 Upper 25-Yard Range #6:

A. Firearms Approved: All legal firearms.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel targets only. While portable targets may be used and placed at various distances, care must taken to insure pass through rounds and splatter from steel does not damage the wall or target frames.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be from various distances. No firing may take place from beyond the 25 yd marker.

7.7 Upper Mover Range #7:

A. Firearms Approved: All Legal firearms.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel. Though portable targets are allowed on this range, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and steel splatter does not damage any of the mover mechanism or protective walls.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various distances on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information.

7.8 Upper Mover Range #8:

A. Firearms Approved: All Legal firearms.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel. Though portable targets are allowed on this range, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and steel splatter does not damage any of the mover mechanism or protective walls.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various distances on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information.

7.9 Upper Parking Lot Range #9

A. Firearms Approved: All Legal Firearms.

B. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel targets only. While portable targets may be used and placed at various distances, care must taken to insure pass through rounds and splatter from steel does not damage the target frames or strike the concrete wall.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be done from various distances on the range with a maximum of 25 yards.

The covering over the picnic tables at the back of the range are intended for users to get out of the rain or sun during training events. Shooting from the covered tables is prohibited. The shooting distance for this range is limited to 25 yards.

Firing into the protective berm on the left side of the range, or the concrete wall on the right side of the range, is prohibited. All rounds must impact the berm behind the target frames.

7.10 100 Yard Range #10

A. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns and centerfire handguns. Fully automatic firearms, rifle caliber handguns and centerfire rifles are prohibited.

B. Targets Approved: Only cardboard and paper targets properly affixed to the wooden target frame are allowed.

C. Firing Line: Firing may be done at various distances to the target frame. All shooters on the range must shoot from the same distance.

The continued availability of the GV ranges depends on the good judgment and diligence of all users. One careless moment by a single individual could result in thousands of gun owners losing a great facility. Do not be that guy.



Range Rules - rev. 03/03/1998

The Columbia Green Valley Rifle & Pistol Club, Inc.

Range Safety And Operating Rules

Purpose

The purpose of these rules and procedures is to provide the members and their guests a safe useable facility.

These operating and range safety rules adopted by the Board of Directors March 3, 1998, as authorized by the bylaws.

All users (members and their guests) must abide by these rules and any posted notices, along with discipline or event specific rules.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Sec 1 MEMBER ACCESS AND USE PAGE 1

Sec 2 GUEST ACCESS AND USE PAGE 3

Sec 3 GENERAL RANGE SAFETY AND OPERATING RULES PAGE 4-11

3.1 - 3.6 HANDLING OF FIREARMS PAGE 4-5

3.7 IMPACTING OF ROUNDS PAGE 5

3.8 ESTABLISHED FIRING LINES PAGE 5

3.9 ACTING RANGE OFFICER PAGE 5

3.10 GOING FORWARD OF FIRING LINE PAGE 6

3.11 DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR PAGE 6

3.12 RULES GOVERNING HOSTED EVENTS PAGE 6

3.13 FIREARMS THAT MAY BE USED PAGE 7

3.14 FULL AUTO FIREARMS PAGE 7

3.15 USE OF ARMOR PIERCING AND TRACER AMMUNITION USE PAGE 7

3.16 AERIAL SHOOTING PAGE 7

3.17 APPROVED TARGETS PAGE 8

3.18 TARGET MOUNTING PAGE 8

3.19 LITTERING PAGE 8

3.20 VEHICLES DRIVEN ON RANGES PAGE 8

3.21 CHECKING OUT CLUB EQUIPMENT PAGE 8.

3.22 RETURNING OF CLUB EQUIPMENT PAGE 9

3.23 GATES PAGE 9

3.24 USE OF CLUB FACILITIES, FAMILY PICNICS OUTINGS ETC. PAGE 10

3.25 CLUB MEMBERS RESPONSIBILITIES FOR RULE ENFORCEMENT. PAGE 10

3.26 REPORTING OF VIOLATIONS AND TYPES. PAGE 16

COLUMBIA INDIVIDUAL RANGES SECTIONS 4-12

SEC 4 VERMILLION RIFLE RANGE PAGE 11

SEC 5 50 YARD OUTDOOR RANGE PAGE 12

SEC 6 50 FOOT INDOOR RANGE PAGE 13

SEC 7 ARCHERY RANGE PAGE 15

SEC 8 MOVING TARGET RANGE PAGE 16

SEC 9 25 YARD INDOOR/OUTDOOR RANGE PAGE 17

SEC 10 BARRICADE RANGE PAGE 18

SEC 11 OPEN

SEC 12 OPEN

HALLSVILLE INDIVIDUAL RANGES SECTIONS 13-21

SEC 13 LOWER MOVING TARGET RANGE PAGE 18

SEC 14 FALLING PLATE RANGE PAGE 20

SEC 15 BARRICADE RANGE PAGE 21

SEC 16 LOWER 50 YARD RANGE PAGE 22

SEC 17 200 YARD MULTI-PURPOSE RANGE PAGE 23

SEC 18 UPPER 50 YARD RANGE PAGE 25

SEC 19 UPPER MOVING TARGET RANGE PAGE 26

SEC 20 SPECTATOR PARKING LOT/RANGE PAGE 27

SEC 21 BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT PAGE 28

THE COLUMBIA GREEN VALLEY

RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB

RANGE SAFETY AND OPERATING RULES

Section 1 Member Access and Use

1.1 Columbia Facility: Every member in good standing will be given the combination to the locks on the gate and indoor range upon payment of their dues.

1.2 Hallsville Facility: All members in good standing shall have access to the Hallsville facility. Those who complete the orientation program will also receive the combination to that gate. Access to the buildings and other facilities will strongly depend upon scheduled activities and so should be coordinated with the Director of Range Operations Hallsville (Hereafter referred to as DRO).

Due to the need to conduct training classes and other activities at the Hallsville facility and a constantly changing schedule, it is recommended that members call ahead.

1.3 The access privileges granted to members requires the safe, legal and sportsmanlike behavior of all. Serious offenders are subject to immediate suspension by: any Board member, the DRO or any discipline head or range officer on duty. Such a suspension will be temporary, pending review by the Board of Directors (hereafter referred to as the "Board")

1.4 The security of the club and availability of equipment to all members depends upon controlling unauthorized use. Therefore, all keys and combinations issued only with Board approval by the Executive Officer for the Columbia range and by the DRO at Hallsville. In the case of discipline specific situations, combinations and keys may be issued by the discipline head with Board approval. Members should make their request to the Board at the monthly board meeting.

1.5 Access to and the reserving of facilities by members for specific events or purposes is on a first come first served basis. Any scheduled activity shall have priority on range usage. However, members may use ranges not in use providing that such activity does not interfere with the scheduled activity. (For example, firing on the plate range when a class is being conducted on the lower moving target range) The reserving of facilities is to be done through the DRO.

1.6 The hours for firing on all ranges is 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Ranges will be available seven days a week, 365 days a year. An exception to this rule would be when there is a conflict with a scheduled event or other activity.

Section 2 Guest Access and Use

2.1 Members must accompany their guests, which includes immediate family members. (Immediate family defined: Spouses and those persons under the age of 21, living in the member's house.)

2.3 A person may shoot as a guest three times during a calendar year, after which time they should apply for membership. (This restriction does NOT apply to immediate family members.)

2.4 Guests must abide by all safety rules and conduct themselves in a safe, legal and sportsmanlike manner. Hosting members are responsible for the actions of their guest.

Section 3 GENERAL RANGE SAFETY AND OPERATING RULES

3.1 These rules apply to all club activities, facilities and property.

3.2 ALWAYS keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.(Safe direction defined: A direction where an unauthorized or unintentional discharge would cause no harm or place anyone in jeopardy.)

3.3 ALWAYS keep your firearm unloaded and the action open (if possible) until preparing to shoot.

3.4 ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard, until your sights are on the target.

3.5 ALWAYS wear proper eye and ear protection when shooting or in the area where firing is taking place.

3.6 NEVER use or be under the influence of alcohol or drugs before or during shooting activities, or when handling firearms. Members found in violation of this rule are subject to immediate suspension.

3.7 All rounds including ricochets MUST impact within the boundaries of Green Valley.

(There are some homes located down range within a quarter mile of some ranges.)

3.8 The firing on all ranges is to be done from the established firing lines, never from behind them. In the event there is more than one shooter firing on a range, all shooters must fire from the same distance. On ranges that have established target lines, targets may not to be positioned in any other place, except as pre-approved by the Board.

3.9 If more than one shooter is using a range, one should assume the role of acting range officer, to keep shooting safe and orderly. Posted range rules will govern such activities.

3.10 Shooters desiring to go forward of the firing line may do so only when the line has been declared "Safe". Under no circumstance are firearms to be handled until the line has been declared "clear". It shall be the duty of the acting range officer to declare the line safe or clear.

(Definition: "Line Safe" All un-holstered firearms unloaded and benched with the action open, safety on, or holstered safely.)

(Definition: "Line Clear" there is no one down range or in front of the firing line.)

3.11 All loud offensive or disruptive language and behavior interfering with the safe operation of a firing line is prohibited. Horseplay is also prohibited.

3.12 During club hosted competitions the rules governing that event shall be the rules enforced. The Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club authorizes the range officer(s) associated with that event to enforce those rules with all on the range.

3.13 Only those firearms legally possessed under the current state and federal laws are permitted on club property.

3.14 Fully automatic firearms maybe fired in semi-automatic mode only at the Columbia range. All full automatic fire is to be done at the Hallsville range.

3.15 All firearms being transported at the range shall be cased, boxed or holstered. Firearms that are un-cased or un-holstered and hand carried must be carried with the muzzle straight up or straight down and the action open. This rule applies to firearms being taken from vehicles to ranges or range to range.

3.16 Armor piercing and tracer ammunition is never to be fired at steel targets. Tracer or similar type ammunition is not to be used if there is the possibly of creating a fire.

3.17 Only paper, cardboard and club approved steel targets are approved for use. Exceptions must be pre-approved by a Board member or DRO. Under NO circumstances are rocks, glass or other hazardous debris producing items permitted for use as targets.

3.18 When mounting targets use care to ensure they are properly mounted. Under NO circumstances are targets to be attached to structures, trees or placed so that fired rounds cause damage or create a hazard to club property or exit club grounds.

3.19 Littering on club property is prohibited. It is the responsibility of the shooter or discipline hosting an event to clean up all trash and dispose of it properly. Paper and wood items may be burned in the barrels. Un-burnable trash is to be disposed of in the containers provided. All burning must be attended and kept strictly under control. Warning: Live rounds are NOT to be put in burn barrels.

3.20 Only service vehicles or those needed for training are permitted on the ranges. Personal vehicles are not to be driven onto any range.

3.21 Timers and chronographs are available to members for use at the range. This equipment is not for loan nor is it to be removed from the range. All equipment is to be returned or replaced before leaving the range. Equipment at Columbia may be checked out by contacting a Board member or the discipline head having control. Equipment at Hallsville can be checked out from the DRO.

3.22 The Club's portable range equipment, steel targets, tables, benches and props are not to be left down range. Members should notify the DRO of equipment that is damaged or in need of repair. This will ensure that it will be available for others to use. Members should move all equipment to the side of the range or behind the firing line when finished. Under NO circumstances are items to remain down range.

3.23 Gates at both facilities are to remain closed and locked, except during scheduled events or other activities requiring open access.

3.23 a The gate (s) at Hallsville will be closed and locked except during business hours or when open access

is required.

3.24 Club facilities are available to members for family picnics or outings, provided it does not interfere with shooting activities.

3.25 All members are responsible for enforcement of the club and other appropriate range safety rules. A written report as complete as possible documenting the violation (s) is to be given to the Secretary. The secretary in turn will notify the President and remainder of the Board of the violations. The Board will review the report and take action as it finds necessary and appropriate, as provided for in the bylaws of the club.

3.26 There will be two categories of violations considered in such a report or complaint: safety related and property misuse.

a) For property misuse violations (which could include abuse, damage, loss or other misuse of club property) the board may require repairs, replacement or payment for the affected property at the offender's expense.

b) For safety related violations, The Board may revoke the membership privileges of the offender on the first violation, if the violation is considered a serious infraction.

c) A second safety related violation occurring within one year of the first is cause for permanent revocation of membership.

d) A third violation of any type within five years is also cause for permanent revocation of membership.

e) The secretary will notify (in writing) all involved persons of any action or decision of the Board relating to a complaint.

f) All cases, actions and decisions of the board are governed by the clubs bylaws. A permanent record of infractions and actions will be kept by the secretary.

COLUMBIA FACILITY RANGE SPECIFIC RULES

SECTION 4 VERMILLION 100 AND 200 YARD RIFLE & SILHOUETTE RANGES. (Columbia)

4.1 The primary use (s) for this range: The firing of small bore and center fire rifles at paper or approved steel targets, the conducting of metallic silhouette matches, general recreational shooting by members.

4.2 Firearms approved for this range: All (No full automatic firing permitted)

4.4 Members should report any need for range supplies or target stand repair to the Executive Officer.

4.5 Anyone going down range should use extreme caution because the down range area is cross fired by the 50 yard range.

SECTION 5 50 YARD OUTDOOR RANGE (Columbia)

5.1 The primary use (s) for this range: The firing of center fire and small bore rifles, (center fire rifle shooters are encouraged to use the Vermillion rifle range). The test firing and chronographing of loads, the conducting of conventional pistol (Bullseye) matches.

5.2 Firearms approved for this range: All center fire and small bore rifles, all handguns, black powder or muzzle loading firearms. Shotguns are not permitted.

5.3 Targets approved for this range: Paper or cardboard only. Targets should be mounted in the frames correctly to prevent damage to the frames. Members should report the need for repairs to the Executive Officer.

5.4 Anyone going down range should use extreme caution because the down range area is cross fired by the rifle range.

SECTION 6 50 FOOT INDOOR RANGE (Columbia)

THE INDOOR RANGE, BECAUSE OF ITS NATURE REQUIRES MEMBERS TO BECOME VERY FAMILIAR WITH THESE PROCEDURES AND LIMITATIONS.

6.1 The primary use(s) for this range: The general recreational use by members and the conducting of conventional pistol (Bullseye) competitions.

6.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns and any rim fire rifle.

6.3 Because of the steel bullet stop there are ammunition and bullet type restrictions. Jacketed, magnum, shotgun, and center fire rifle rounds are prohibited. Handgun rounds must be lead only and have a muzzle energy of less than 400 foot pounds.

The formula for calculating muzzle energy is: weight of the bullet in grains X the velocity squared (velocity x velocity) divided by 450400.

6.4 Shooters must position themselves in a direct line with their targets cross firing is prohibited. (The sheet metal walls do not stop bullets.)

6.5 Targets approved for this range, paper and cardboard only. All targets are to be hung by the metal clips other methods are prohibited.

6.6 The discharging of firearms in the in-door range requires the continuous running of the exhaust fan. This also requires that the side vents be open.

6.7 Operation of the furnace by qualified members only. Members should contact a board member or the Conventional pistol discipline head for instructions on using the furnace.

6.8 At the conclusion of use: (1) Turn the furnace off at the thermostat. (2) Close wall vents. (3) Turn off exhaust fan and range lights at the breaker box. (4) Turn off the ceiling lights at the wall switch. (5) Lock the door.

NOTE: The outdoor lights operate on a time delay, with light and motion sensors, leave them on.

SECTION 7 ARCHERY RANGE (Columbia) (Those ranges formerly known as the General Eastern Recreation Areas.)

7.1 At this time the Board does not feel it has the expertise to establish rules for an archery range. An addendum will be added when such expertise is available.

SECTION 8 MOVING TARGET RANGE (Columbia)

8.1 The primary use (s) for this range is the conducting of and practices for, action pistol matches, other types of pistol competitions and the general recreational use by members.

8.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns and small bore rifles. Shotguns and center fire rifles prohibited except during supervised activities.

8.3 The moving target system requires knowledge and training in its operation and maintenance. Only members who are trained and approved by a board member, DRO or the Action Pistol Discipline head will have access.

8.4 Members should make repairs, strings and rope's, etc. before leaving the range.

8.5 If supplies, string, ropes or target sticks are needed, members should contact the DRO or Executive Officer.

SECTION 9 25 YARD INDOOR/OUTDOOR RANGE (Columbia)

9.1 The primary use(s) for this range: The conducting of Conventional (Bullseye) matches, small bore rifle position shooting, sighting in or test firing of center fire rifles, including muzzle loaders.

9.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, small bore rifles, center fire rifles and muzzle loading firearms. SHOTGUNS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

9.3 The down range lights may be used only when the light boxes are open.

9.4 The operation of the turning target controls requires training, therefore use of this equipment is only with prior approval of the Conventional (Bullseye) head.

9.5 After using this range members are expected: to turn out all lights, close and lock all doors and windows and pick up their trash.

SECTION 10 BARRICADE RANGE (Columbia)

10.1 The primary use (s) for this range: The conducting of and practice for NRA action pistol matches, other types of practical pistol matches, the general recreational shooting by members.

10.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns and small bore rifles. Shotguns permitted only during supervised activities.

SECTION 11 OPEN

SECTION 12 OPEN

HALLSVILLE FACILITY SPECIFIC RANGE RULES

SECTION 13 LOWER MOVING TARGET RANGE (Hallsville)

13.1 The primary use(s) for this range: The teaching of basic handgun marksmanship on stationary and moving targets, the conducting of NRA action pistol matches and practices, the conducting of other forms of competitive shooting, the general recreational shooting by members.

13.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, small bore and center fire rifles, full auto firearms, and shotguns. The firing of full auto and shotguns is to be done only during supervised activities or with the approval of a Board member or the DRO.

13.3 Members who wish to operate the moving target system, should contact the DRO for instructions, BEFORE OPERATING THE EQUIPMENT.

13.4 In the event strings, cables or ropes, become damaged during operation, members should make the needed repairs, but only if they know the correct procedures. If not, they should contact the DRO.

13.5 Repair or target supplies are available from the DRO.

13.6 In the event motors or other parts of the system need repair, members should notify the DRO.

SECTION 14 FALLING PLATE RANGE (Hallsville)

14.1 The primary use(s) of this range: The teaching of marksmanship skills, the conducting of and practice for competitions of all types, the general recreational use by members.

14.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, rim fire firearms or sub-machine guns firing a handgun round, shotguns when firing shot only. ABSOLUTELY NO CENTER FIRE RIFLEs OR SHOTGUNS FIRING SLUGS PERMITTED.

14.3 Damaged, or equipment in need of repair should be reported to the DRO.

14.4 A supply of spray paint is in the cabinet located under the roof. It is used to paint targets only, not tables, walls, etc.

14.5 There are a number of portable steel targets on this range. They are to be fired upon only with the firearms approved for this range. Members are encouraged to use them, but when finished they should be move off the range.

14.6 When positioning portable targets on this range, use care to ensure lead fragments and misses do not cause damage to other equipment on the range.

SECTION 15 BARRICADE RANGE (Hallsville)

15.1 The primary use (s) for this range: The teaching of cover shooting techniques, the conducting of action pistol and other forms of competitions, the general recreational shooting by members.

15.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, small bore and center fire rifles, full auto firearms with approval of DRO, shotguns when firing slugs or shot.

15.3 All paper or cardboard targets used on the range must hang from the 2 x 6 over the target line or be mounted to portable target stands. Portable targets are to be positioned in the safest manner possible, ensuring that fired rounds impact safety.

SECTION 16 LOWER 50 YARD RANGE (Hallsville)

16.1 The primary use(s) for this range: The teaching of firearms skills at all levels, the conducting of various forms of competitions, the sighting-in of rifles at a maximum distance of 50 yards, the patterning of shotguns, the general recreational use of members.

16.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, small bore and center fire rifles, pre-approved full automatic firearms, shotguns firing slugs and shot of any size.

16.3 Portable targets and other props can be used on this range, but removed when firing is completed.

16.4 All firing on this range must be directly down range or to the right, as you face down range.

16.5 Extreme caution must be exercised when firing from the 25 and 50 yard lines. If people are visible coming or going from the 200 Yard Multi-Purpose range, all firing must cease

16.6 Any time people are visible on the road to the 200 Yard Multi-Purpose range. All firing from the 25 and 50 yard lines must be from the prone position. The handling of all firearms is to stop until people are no longer visible.

SECTION 17 200 YARD MULTI-PURPOSE RANGE(Hallsville)

17.1 The primary use (s) for this range: The firing of rifles of all calibers, the teaching of tactical shooting skills with various types of firearms, the conducting of various forms of competitions, the general recreational use by members.

17.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, rifles, full auto firearms, shotguns (slugs on paper only, shot on everything).

17.3 Some portable steel targets on this range maybe shot with 223 ball rounds, others will take 308 ball rounds, depending on the distance. The DRO will point out which ones are which.

DO NOT SHOOT CENTER FIRE RIFLES AT ANY STEEL TARGET UNTIL AFTER YOU HAVE CHECKED WITH THE DRO.

17.4 The steel targets on this range are portable, but have to be placed back where found. Other equipment is also to be replaced.

17.5 UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE THE VEHICLES ON THIS RANGE TO BE USED AS TARGETS, OR ARE TARGETS TO BE POSITIONED SO THAT MISSES OR BULLET FRAGMENTS HIT THEM

17.6 Caution must be exercised when coming or going from this range. Do not continue if you are able to see shooters at the 25 or 50 yard lines of the lower 50 yard range. Wait until they have completed their string of fire and they have seen you before proceeding.

17.7 This area may also be used for shooting at thrown clay targets with shotguns. All clay birds are to be biodegradable.

SECTION 18 UPPER 50 YARD RANGE (Hallsville)

18.1 The primary use(s) for this range: The teaching of firearms skills, the conducting of various forms of competitions, the general use by members.

18.2 Firearms approved for this range: All handguns, shotguns, rifles and full auto firearms.

18.3 All paper targets used on this range are to be hung from the 2 x 6 or mounted to portable target stands.

18.4 At any time people are using the upper moving target range, the maximum distance for firing is 25 yards.


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