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CRGC Training Opportunities [public] / Re: Indoor Pistol Range Re-Qualification
« Last post by peads on April 26, 2017, 01:34:42 PM »
You can generally do that any Wednesday or Saturday evening during the public shoot hours (check the club calendar for times).

Is this still applicable?

Yes, as long as the range isn't too busy, and the RO on duty has free time to accommodate you.

Thank you! I've been emailing everyone listed on the site for an answer to this to no avail. I guess, I should've just asked here first.
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CRGC Training Opportunities [public] / Re: Indoor Pistol Range Re-Qualification
« Last post by Dave on April 26, 2017, 01:26:51 PM »
You can generally do that any Wednesday or Saturday evening during the public shoot hours (check the club calendar for times).

Is this still applicable?

Yes, as long as the range isn't too busy, and the RO on duty has free time to accommodate you.
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CRGC Training Opportunities [public] / Re: Indoor Pistol Range Re-Qualification
« Last post by peads on April 26, 2017, 01:18:24 PM »
You can generally do that any Wednesday or Saturday evening during the public shoot hours (check the club calendar for times).

Is this still applicable?
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Hi guys I am not seeing any of the private forum areas. If i check my profile it does list my membership number ( 402 ). The email I signed up is Mike.Rizzotti@gmail.com
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Chester Rod and Gun Club [public] / Re: Steel targets in Action Ranges
« Last post by GBegley on January 17, 2017, 08:31:15 PM »
Action Shooting will be holding both Steel Matches and USPSA matches starting in the Spring. Steel Matches are open to the public and USPSA will also be open to the public in late Spring.
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Chester Rod and Gun Club [public] / Re: Steel targets in Action Ranges
« Last post by blackhand13 on January 17, 2017, 05:40:14 PM »
sounds good
thanks for the quick responses
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Chester Rod and Gun Club [public] / Re: Steel targets in Action Ranges
« Last post by Dave on January 17, 2017, 04:42:57 PM »
There is a discussion in the members-only section of the forum that bears on this.  Action Shooting Qualified members may host guests on the AS ranges, but the guests may not engage in draw from holster.  If your Course of Fire includes shooting while moving, and other action shooting specific techniques, then you would need to act as Safety Officer during any such course of fire (only one shooter at a time).  If you would be shooting from a static firing line at the steel targets, then you and a guest may both shoot, complying with all applicable gun safety protocols.  However, the guest may still not draw from holster, under the current rules.

Remember, one person always acting as SO, and the other(s) shooting, unless you are alone.
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Chester Rod and Gun Club [public] / Re: Steel targets in Action Ranges
« Last post by blackhand13 on January 17, 2017, 03:56:23 PM »
great
now how about having your guests shoot the steel, as they obviously cannot be AS certified?
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Chester Rod and Gun Club [public] / Re: Steel targets in Action Ranges
« Last post by Dave on January 17, 2017, 03:44:48 PM »
Yes, and as long as care is taken with regard to set-up of the steel.  It must be shot at (roughly) 90-degrees to the plate face, so that the bullets fragment (spall) rather than ricochet, and the safe minimum shooting distance must be maintained (30 feet for pistols).  And, of course, the zero-tolerance for rounds skipping or otherwise not impacting safely in the berms must be observed.
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Chester Rod and Gun Club [public] / Steel targets in Action Ranges
« Last post by blackhand13 on January 17, 2017, 03:16:58 PM »
Hi
I am interested in joining CRGC.
I have read the range rules, and it seems that members are allowed to bring their own steel targets in the Action Ranges, as long as the member is Action Shooting certified.
Is this correct?
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