FNS

  • Description
    • Friday Night steel is a speed steel shooting match. Usually 5 stages each shot 3 times. Each stage will have an array of targets, usually requiring not more than 6 hits, actual shots varies! Scoring is done by total time.
  • Cost – $10 Members and $15 Non-Members
  • What to Bring –  Rules Link 
  • Typical Round Count
    • Minimum round count is usually around 125. We recommend bringing double that.
  • Start Time – 6:15 pm Safety Meeting
    • You must attend Safety Meeting to Shoot
    • Spring and Summer 2nd and 4th Fridays
    • Winter 2nd Fridays
  • RulesRules Link
  • Match Director – Don Parks
  • Register for Upcoming Match:  Here

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Bowling Pins

  • Description
    • Bowling Pins is a bracketed style direct competition shooting bowling pins off a table. The first person to clear the table wins and advances to the next round. It is a double elimination format so everybody gets to shoot at least twice per bracket. We normally shoot 3-4 brackets per match.
  • Cost
    • $3 per bracket for Members, $4 per bracket for Non-Members.$3 per bracket for Members, $4 per bracket for Non-Members.
  • What to Bring –  Rules Link
  • Typical Round Count – 100 – 150 rds
  • Start Time – 4th  Saturdays 9:00 am April – October (required Safety Meeting @ 8:45 am)
  • RulesRules Link
  • Match Director – John FreeLand

Muzzle Loader

  • Description
    • Muzzle Loading, Black Powder shooting. Spectators, guests, and beginners are welcome.
  • Cost
  • What to Bring
  • Typical Round Count
  • Start Time – 4th Saturdays 1 – 4 PM
  • Rules
  • Match Director – Ron Daulton 317-839-2086

NRA Bullseye

  • Description
    • Pistol program consisting of 3-pistol (2700) events.
  • 2700 Conventional Pistol Club Match Program – 25 Yards Only
  • Club Match – Not NRA Approved Match 
    • Saturday, April 17, 2021
  • 2700 NRA Approved Conventional Pistol Match Program
    • Saturday, May 8, 2021
    • Saturday, June 12, 2021
    • Saturday, August 21, 2021
  • Indiana Outdoor State Pistol Championship
    • Saturday, September 18, 2021
    • Sunday, September 19, 2021

 

ATA Trap

  • Description
    • ATA 50 Bird Trap Program. Singles, Handicap, and Doubles.
    • Practice Field available for causal none ATA Shootes.  All shooters are welcome.
  • Cost – $5 per Round, 18 and under $2 per Round.
  • What to Bring
    • Shotgun
    • Shells, shot size 7.5 or higher
  • Typical Round Count – 25 shots per rd
  • Start Time – Thursday, 6 – 10 pm
    • Shooter must be present by 8PM to shoot
  • Match Director EmailMark Bernhardt

Youth Program

  • Description
    • Marion County Fish & Game Association (MCF&G) offers a Junior Rifle Program to develop marksmanship skills in young individuals wishing to participate and compete in the shooting disciplines of 3-P smallbore, Precision 3-P Air Rifle and International Air Rifle. Participation in the Junior Rifle Program is open to the public for juniors under the age of 21. The skills of rifle marksmanship are taught through weekly supervised practice sessions that educate young shooters in safe gun handling, range rules and etiquette, and rifle shooting from the three positions of prone, standing and kneeling. Outdoor smallbore marksmanship training occurs during the months of April through September. Indoor air rifle training runs from October through March. The goal of the program is to develop and encourage participation in organized competitions that are approved by the NRA or USA Shooting.
  • Cost –  Contact Program Director
  • What to Bring –  Contact Program Director
  • Typical Round Count – Contact Program Director
  • Start Time – By Appointment
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  • Rules – Contact Program Director
  • Program Director Email– Tony Zander