Welcome to Steel Challenge shooting
We are affiliated with Steel Challenge Shooting Association, (SCSA) providing sanctioned Steel Challenge matches that will be uploaded for members to the SCSA website. Steel Challenge Club ID SCSA280
2019 MATCH DATES
(all training and matches for Steel Challenge at Colfax must be registered via Practiscore. Search on “Colfax” under matches. Links will be added once matches created on practiscore.com)
April 13th 2019 (Saturday) Steel Challenge training & skills camps (completed)
May 18th 2019 (Saturday) (completed)
June 15th 2019 (Saturday)
July 20th 2019 (Saturday)
September 14th 2019 (Saturday)
It pays to be a club member, even if your not a regular weekly shooter the membership pays for itself quickly during the course of the shooting season. Interested in being a Colfax certified NRA range officer check in the office or with one of the orange hats on the range.
Match scores can be seen by searching “Colfax” on Practiscore at Practiscore.com . Watch the Colfax Sportsmen’s Club range calendar for more exciting events in 2019 at our shooting complex. Follow the Colfax Sportsmen’s Club Facebook page for up to date information on events.
WHAT IS STEEL CHALLENGE
STEEL CHALLENGE STAGES
Thursday night matches typically consist of three to four stages, registration 5-5:30pm,. To be considerate of those arriving on time, shooters arriving after 5:30pm will not be squaded for participation. There is currently no pre-registration required for Thursday night matches. Be present by 5:30pm to be squaded, watch the range hour calendar for updates or weather cancellations. Thursday night matches are submitted for SCSA classification.
Thursday Evening matches
$15.00 Non-Club members
$10.00 Club members
$5.00 Working Range Officers
$0.00 Ladies & Juniors 17 & under 1st gun
$5.00 per each additional gun max 3 guns on Thursdays
If a competitor is slowing or disrupting a match due to the number of guns or delays reloading we reserve the right to refund and pull that gun or guns from the rotation.
Tier I Saturday or Sunday six stage matches
Range gates open at 8:00am, check in 8:15am – 9:00am, match starts at 9:30am rain or shine, bathroom and concessions on site. Targets are painted between each shooter by squad members. Saturday matches are submitted for SCSA classification. (Pre Registration via Practiscore required)
$25 Non-Club members
$20 Club members
$10 Juniors 17 & under and working Range Officers.
$10 Each additional gun. 2 maximum.
Divisions you can participate in:
RFRI = Rimfire rifle Iron sights
RFRO = Rimfire rifle Optical sights
RFPI = Rimfire pistol Iron sights
RFPO = Rimfire pistol sights
PCCI = Pistol Caliber Carbine Iron sights
PCCO = Pistol Caliber Carbine Optical sights
CO = Carry Optic: production gun with dot sight affixed to the slide.
ISR = Iron Sight Revolver center fire
LTD = Limited Iron sighted, double stack, flared mag well
OPN = Open, Compensator, race holster
OSR = Revolver Open Optics
PROD = Production: Any DA or Safe Action Pistol on the USPSA gun list
SS = Single Stack 1911
If your not sure what division you would fall under don’t worry about it, we will squad you accordingly. We will help you out and make sure you are going in the right direction. Its all pretty simple all you need to do is show up with your center fire pistol or 22 pistol / rifle, with ammo and magazines.
It takes 25 rds to complete a stage if you have no misses, plan for a minimum of 125rds per gun for a Thursday night match, and 200 rounds per gun for a full Saturday or Sunday match. It does not hurt to bring extra as you can always take it home and use it next time, see the range hour calendar for Thursday night and weekend match dates.
Holsters must cover the trigger and be carried external on a belt at waist level. No magnum or steel core ammo, if you damage a steel plate with unauthorized ammo you will be responsible for the cost of replacement and be disqualified from the match.
Rimfire pistol and rifle starts from the low ready aiming at the aiming point 10 feet in front of the shooters box. Tube feed 22 rifles, single shot rifles, and revolvers with single round loading gate are not allowed.
Each Stage is run five times in succession, the best four out of five runs are totaled and represent your score for that stage. All six stages are added together for your match score in your division.
Five magazines or speed loaders are recommend or assistance from other members in loading during the stage to keep the flow moving. Safety glasses with side shields and hearing protection is required for all shooters and participants.
Shooters disqualified for a safety or range violation will not be refunded entry fee’s and applies to all divisions you are participating in.
Questions regarding Colfax steel challenge can be sent to Jim at “firstname.lastname@example.org”
On practiscore.com search “Colfax”