Why you should Join the Winter Pistol League
Tigger control and mental toughness. Need to improve these in your shooting?
The Winter Pistol League uses the Bullseye Pistol format consisting of Slow-fire, Timed-fire, and Rapid-fire courses. We shoot the National Match Course for score each week which includes 10 shots in each format. Scores are recorded through the season so you can check your progress.
Targets are set at 25 yards and we shoot one handed. If this sounds difficult it is, but I’m sure our members are up to the challenge. Once you establish a shooting process scores are sure to rise. Developing a shooting process helps across all shooting disciplines from shooting clay birds to benchrest rifle.
If you are just getting started a .22 semi auto is a good gun to use. That said, a full match includes a center fire and .45 ACP so it’s not unusual to see those guns on the line.
The regular members are more than willing to help new shooters with tips on shooting technique and gunsmithing to help with controlling the trigger and learning how important the mental game is to your results.
As a friendly crowd, the favorite part of the evening is heading to Picadeli’s restaurant for some food and fellowship where the discussions continue.
Hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: