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ND Indoor Pistol

Event

Title:
ND Indoor Pistol
When:
Sunday April 15, 2018
Where:
Johnson Family Marksmanship Center - Bismarck, North Dakota
Categories:
North Dakota State Championship, Precision Pistol, Standard Pistol

Description

2018 NORTH DAKOTA STATE INDOOR PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Conventional Pistol and Standard Pistol

Sponsored By: Bismarck-Mandan Rifle and Pistol Association

 

Date:      April 15th, 2018

 

Location: Johnson Family Marksmanship Center

          4667 Sky Way

        Bismarck, ND 58501

 

Rules: Current NRA rules will govern tournament. Current NRA classification will be used.  NRA membership is suggested, but no longer required.  North Dakota champions must be ND residents and must be members of the North Dakota Shooting Sports Association. NRA and NDSSA memberships will be available at the range.   

 

Relays:     Sunday 15th

 

 

Conventional

Pistol .22

10:00 am

International

Standard Pistol

11:30 am

Conventional

Pistol .22

1:00 pm

International

Standard Pistol

2:30 pm

 

Capacity: 16 Shooters per relay.

 

Post Entries: Post entries will be accepted up to range capacity, providing they do not require the opening of additional relays.

 

Miscellaneous: Advance entry is requested. Competitors will score targets.  The use of a plug type scoring device is restricted to range officer. Challenge fee $1.00

Remember for the International Standard Pistol Competition there are the following rules:

Barrel cannot be more than 6" (sight radius 8.66”).

No optical sights.

Slow fire is 5 shots in 150 seconds (timed is 20 seconds and rapid is 10 seconds).

Timed and rapid fire shooting begins from the ready position (guns are held at approx.

45 degree angle off the table until the targets turn).

There are only 2 commands by the range officer. LOAD and 1 minute later ATTENTION,

targets will turn away and edge for 7 seconds and then face for the required time period.

 

Entry Fees:

Entry Fee Description

Match #’s

Entry Fee’s

Conventional Pistol Only

1,2,3,4,5

15.00

International Standard Pistol Only

6

10.00

Conventional and International

1,2,3,4,5,6

25.00

 

 

Match Schedule: All matches fired from 50 feet.

 

#1 Conventional .22 Slow Fire                         (20 shots on B2 targets)

#2 Conventional .22 National Match Course (30 shots on B2 & B3 targets)

#3 Conventional .22 Timed Fire                     (20 shots on B3 targets)

#4 Conventional .22 Rapid Fire                     (20 shots on B3 targets)

#5 Conventional 900 point Aggregate                 (sum of 1,2,3,4)

#6 International Standard .22 Slow Fire          (20 shots on B33 targets)

                                          .22 Timed Fire       (20 shots on B33 targets)

                                          .22 Rapid Fire       (20 shots on B33 targets)

                                                                     (60 shot sum of slow, timed, rapid)

(5 sight-in shots in 150 seconds prior to start of international standard slow fire)

 

 

Awards: Classes will not be combined. Unclassified shooters will be placed in the Master class. Winners of matches # 5 and # 6 receive a State sponsored award.

Class awards as follows:

 

Shooters in class

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1st place

1

2

3

3

3

4

4

4

5

5

2nd place

-

-

1

1

2

2

3

3

3

4

3rd place

-

-

-

-

1

1

1

2

2

2

4th place

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

1

1

 

Winners: Matches #1 to #4 will receive class award plus an additional 2 each per match.

Match #5 will receive class award plus an additional 6.

Match #6 will receive class award plus an additional 10.

 

 

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND ADVANCED ENTRY

Contact: Kevin Hertz at 701-223-4225 or

Contact information

Name:
Kevin Hertz
Telephone:
(701) 223-4225


Venue

Johnson Family Marksmanship Center
Location:
Johnson Family Marksmanship Center - Website
Street:
4667 Sky Way
ZIP:
58503
City:
Bismarck
State:
North Dakota
Country:
United States

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The Johnson Family Marksmanship Center is the BMRPA’s indoor range. It is a 50 meter, 16 point, range. The range has been functional since January 2009 but there are still a number of areas that need more time and money. For example: some doors and finish work, range floor sealing, classroom equipment, etc.

The range is located at 4667 Skyway, Bismarck, ND, two blocks north and two blocks west of intersection of Hwy 1804 and 48 Ave. S (go south of the airport on U. Mary road).

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TO THE

2020 NORTH DAKOTA SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION

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Eagles, Valley City, ND


Please attend the annual membership meeting at 2:00 pm.  Topics of discussion will include our junior shooting sports programs and other shooting sports programs around North Dakota and the USA.  The Eagles is located at 345 12th AVE NE, Valley City, ND. 


 

Schedule of Events Saturday, January 25, 2020

Annual Membership Meeting (Eagles)  2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Social Hour (Eagles) – cash bar   5:30 pm

Dinner ( Roast beef & breast of chicken w/ Twice Baked Potato & salad)   6:30 pm

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Guest Speakers – Dacotah Faught & Joe Martin

NDSSA HALL OF FAME INDUCTION – William (Bill) Langer 


Rooms: AmericInn at 280 Winter Show Rd SW in Valley City, ND has a small block of rooms available for NDSSA Banquet attendants. The block reservation is good thru January 3rd. The rate is $99.90 for a 2 queen bed room. They do offer free breakfast, indoor pool, fitness center and they are pet friendly. Call 701-845-5551 for reservation and tell them that you are attending the NDSSA Banquet.

Contacts:  For additional details on the membership meeting, dinner, awards banquet, contact Garth Weber 701-330-3284 or garth.weber@gmail.com

TICKET ORDER FORM - NDSSA BANQUET AND AWARDS CEREMONY

Adult(s) $30 each ___ ($35 at the door) Junior (s) $20 each ____

Please order tickets in advance before January 17th.  Make checks payable to NDSSA and mail to: Garth Weber 714 11th Street NW #6, Valley City ND 58072


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Dacotah Faught & Joe Martin

Dacotah Faught is a 2018 graduate of The University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry. In 2013, Faught began her collegiate rifle career at The University of Tennessee at Martin.  Faught transferred to Nebraska in 2016 to exhaust her athletic eligibility.  As a student-athlete, she attended the NCAA collegiate rifle championships four times and earned three All-American honors. In 2015, she was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.  She also competed at the 2015 International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Shooting Championships in the Junior Air Rifle category held in Granada, Spain.  Dacotah grew up in Amenia, North Dakota (in the Casselton area) and she now resides in Fargo, ND.

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  • Bill has served as a youth marksmanship coach for far more than 10 years.
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