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TACTICAL SHOTGUN FUN SHOOT

Last Shoot Results   

    The Lemon Grove Rod & Gun Club holds a TACTICAL SHOTGUN FUN SHOOT on a periodic basis. Here is how it will operate:

  • Date and Time:This Match will be held on the fifth Sunday of the month when they occur (about four times each year). Match setup begins at 7:00 A.M., sign-in begins at 7:30 A.M. and concludes at 8:15 A.M., the shooters safety meeting is held at 8:20 A.M. and shooting commences at 8:30 A.M. You must be signed in by 8:15 A.M. This allows you 5 minutes to gear up before the start of the Safety Meeting. This meeting will include a safety briefing along with match instructions. We expect to be done around 1:00 P.M. The Match is setup and torn down by the match participants so please feel free to help out.

  • Targets: Targets will be steel reactive targets, clays or steel plates.

  • Stages: We will set up five to seven stages using the Pit, the rifle range and the sporting clays range. Written Stage Descriptions will be provided for each course of fire. Divisions are defined below. Target engagement will be from shooting boxes, behind fault lines, behind barriers or through shooting ports.

  • Equipment: 20 gauge or larger shotgun will work. There will five divisions defined as "Open," "Limited-Tactical,""Heavy Metal," "Hunting" and "Sporting." The maximum shot size to be permitted is #7 � . You will need 125 shot shells. The Divisions are defined below.

OPEN DIVISION
1 Power Factor Floor 20 gauge major
2Minimum Shot Weight No
3Minimum Gauge 20 gauge/ 20 bore
4Maximum Shotgun Weight No
5Minimum Trigger Pull No
6Restriction on Action Types No
7Magazine Length Restrictions No
8Detachable Magazines Yes
9Ammunition Capacity Restrictions Maximum of 11 rounds loaded
10Speed Loading Devices Yes
11Compensators Yes
12Ports Yes
13Optical or Electronic Sights Yes
14 Max. Distance of Cartridges or Reloading Devices from Body No
15The Use of Bipods and Similar Allowed Yes
16Modifications Allowed Yes
17Factory Produced Guns Only No


LIMITED/TACTICAL DIVISION
1 Power Factor Floor 20 gauge major
2 Minimum Shot Weight No
3 Minimum Gauge 20 gauge/ 20 bore
4 Maximum Shotgun Weight No
5Minimum Trigger Pull No
6Restriction on Action Types No
7Magazine Length Restrictions No
8Detachable Magazines No
9Ammunition Capacity Restrictions Maximum of 9 rounds loaded
10Speed Loading Devices No
11Compensators No
12Ports No
13Optical or Electronic Sights No
14Max. Distance of Cartridges or Reloading Devices from Body No
15Modifications Allowed Yes
16 Factory Produced Guns Only Yes


HEAVY METAL DIVISION
1Power Factor Floor 12 gauge major
2Minimum Shot Weight No
3Minimum Gauge 12 gauge
4Maximum Shotgun Weight No
5Minimum Trigger Pull No
6Restriction on Action Types Yes, pumps only
7Magazine Length Restrictions No
8Detachable Magazines No
9Ammunition Capacity Restrictions Maximum of 9 rounds loaded
10Speed Loading Devices No
11Compensators No
12Ports No
13ptical or Electronic Sights No
14Max. Distance of Cartridges or Reloading Devices from Body No
15Modifications Allowed Yes
16Factory Produced Guns Only Yes, pumps only


HUNTING GUN DIVISION
1Power Factor Floor 20 gauge major
2Minimum Shot Weight No
3Minimum Gauge 20 gauge
4Maximum Shotgun Weight No
5Minimum Trigger Pull No
6Restriction on Action Types No
7Magazine Length Restrictions No
8Detachable Magazines No
9Ammunition Capacity Restrictions Maximum of 5 rounds loaded
10Speed Loading Devices No
11Compensators No
12Ports No
13Optical or Electronic Sights No
14Max. Distance of Cartridges or Reloading Devices from Body No
15Modifications Allowed Yes
16Factory Produced Guns Only Yes


SPORTING DIVISION
1Power Factor Floor20 gauge major
2Minimum Shot Weight No
3Minimum Gauge 20 gauge
4Maximum Shotgun Weight No
5Minimum Trigger Pull No
6Restriction on Action Types Over/Under or Side-by-Side only
7Magazine Length Restrictions NA
8Detachable Magazines NA
9Ammunition Capacity Restrictions Maximum of 2 rounds loaded
10Speed Loading Devices No
11Compensators No
12Ports Yes
13Optical or Electronic Sights No
14Max. Distance of Cartridges or Reloading Devices from Body No
15Modifications Allowed Yes
16Factory Produced Guns OnlyYes

  • Scoring: The score will be the total time taken to engage all targets plus any penalty points for misses, failure to engage, foot faults and the normal rules used in the handgun games. The results will be posted on the Lemon Grove website during the afternoon or early evening of the day of the shoot. If you do not want your score shared, then do not turn in your scoring sheet and you will remain anonymous (this is first and foremost a FUN shoot).

  • Safety Rules:All shotguns will remain unloaded with the action open at all times unless the participant is under the control of a range safety officer and is engaging targets. Side-by-side or over and under shotguns may be closed while placed in the rack. Muzzles must be pointed downrange at all times while targets are being engaged. Eye and ear protection is required for both participants and spectators. Shot shells are limited to #7 � shot or smaller to prevent shot from leaving the Range.

  • Shooter fees: The Match Fee is $5 for all shooters. Non-members will pay an additional $15 gate fee for a total of $20. Participants are also required to participate in match chores such as match setup, tear down, target painting, scoring and acting as Range Safety Officer.

    Please feel free to share your ideas on how to make this event better as we evolve the format.

    Roger Snipes
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