Spring Shooting League
Starts March 9, 2020
Monday nights from 5:30 PM – 8 PM
Teams and Classification
Each team in the shooting league will consist of five (5) individuals. Participants may sign up their own team(s) or be placed on a team. The winner of the league will be determined based on head-to-head scoring. Teams will be classified based on the team score after the third week. The number of classes will depend on the number of teams.
For adults 18 and over, a center fire handguns .32 caliber or higher must be used. Minors 14-17 may use a rimfire handgun. All handguns must use open sights – no optics will be allowed. Shoot management reserves the right to approve/deny any firearm. Rental guns are available for a fee if participant does not own a firearm.
Participants will need to make sure to use the correct ammunition for their gun. All factory ammunition will be permitted. Reloads will be permitted but must meet a minimum power factor of 125. The power factor will be determined by taking the weight of the bullets x velocity / 1000. Shooting league contestants ammunition may be randomly checked and chronographed by shoot management. Failure to meet power factor may result in scores for that night to be forfeit.
The top four (4) scores from each team will be used to calculate the team score for each week. In the case of a tie, the fifth person’s score will be utilized. Weekly score ties are permitted.
Targets will be provided by Midwest Shooting and can change throughout the competition. The targets to be used will be hung and available for purchase at least one week prior to using them. Bullet holes touching any part of the ring will be counted at the higher point value. Benefit of doubt will go to the shooter.
Course of Fire
Introducing the ‘Black Hole’. Bullets go in, scores do not come out. For String 1 – String 3 a sticker will be placed on the target. The shooter must not hit the sticker. Any round or part of a round that hits the sticker do not count towards your score.
String 1: Two handed, 12 rounds, 1 mandatory reload, @ 10 yards, 30 Seconds
String 2: Strong to Weak transition. Starting strong hand only. Shooter will fire 3 rounds with strong hand, transition gun to weak hand and fire 3 more rounds., 6 rounds @ 7 yards, 30 seconds
String 3: Two handed 6 rounds @ 10 yards in 10 seconds.
String 4: Two handed, 12 rounds, 1 mandatory reload, @ 7 yards, low light, 30 seconds
String 5 – Double Tap. Three sets of double taps. 6 rounds @ 7 yards. Shooter will have 3 seconds to fire each double tap.
String 6: Hostage. Two handed, 6 rounds @ 15 yards, 30 seconds. Hits on the ‘bad guy’ are worth 5 points. Hits on the ‘good guy’ are -5 points.
2 shots taken at 7 yards in 30 seconds. Shooters can choose to shoot one or both shots at either circle placed on either side of the target. The smaller circle will be worth 10 bonus points per hit, the larger circle will be worth 5 bonus points per hit. To count as a hit, the entire grease ring of the bullet hole must be inside the circle. These will be ‘extra credit’ shots as the maximum score will still be 450. Bonus points will not count towards the top gun award.
The cost of the league will be $74.99 plus tax per person. This includes range fees for the league, targets, 1 year membership, and prizes. Existing Midwest Shooting Members will pay $59.99 plus tax. This does not include the price of ammunition.
Prizes will be awarded to each team member of the winning team in each class based on head-to-head scoring. Additionally, the high overall individual will have his/her name on a plaque entering the shooting range.
Make up shoot times will be published each week. It is up to each team/participant to attend the shoot or a make-up session. Participants must shoot their make up session during the same week as the scheduled league week. A league week is defined Monday to Sunday. Participants may ‘shoot ahead’ if they are planning on being gone during a shoot night. Please contact your team captain and shoot management for information on shooting ahead.
Stop into the store to sign up.
Prior League Results
2014 Fall League
2015 Winter League
2015 Spring League
2015 Fall League
2016 Winter League
2016 Spring League Results
2016 Fall League Results
2017 Winter League Results
2017 Spring League Results
2017 Fall League Results
2018 Winter League Results
2018 Spring League Results
2018 Fall League Results
2019 Winter League Results
2019 Spring League Results
2019 Fall League Results
2020 Winter League Results