Category Archives: 10 Bays

IPSC BC Double Qualifier #14 and #15

Dear Event Participants,

please find the Saturday and Sunday scores here and here.

We thank all that come out to make this a success and hope you enjoyed the shoot. Many of you even come out today despite the heavy rainfall in the morning.
We apologize for the printing issues on Saturday and have been able to restore everything to work smooth again for today Sun.
 
We also thank all that helped setting up and tearing down the stages. We also thank Marcy and Nick King for all their help and advice.

Long Range Fri/Sat/Sun and 10 Bays Friday/Sat closed

The long range and 10 bays are closed this coming weekend (May 25/26/27) for the Art Bourne F-Class Match as following:

  • Long Range and 10 bays closed Fri noon til dusk and Sat all day (900 yard shooting)
  • Long Range closed Sun all day, 10 bays open (500m shooting)

Event participant access only.

Upper Short and Archery range open. No change to the velocity and caliber restrictions for the short range during those times.

IPSC Warm Up Fun Match May 13th 2018

May 13th 2018 the KTSA IPSC Group will hold a fun match at our Outdoor Range. First Shoot 9:30am. Six Stages, 180 rds. Registration open at 8am. Match cost $25. Bring your own lunch and drinks.

Setup is Sat May 12th @9am. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Multi-Gun Night Shoot (April 27 2018)

When: April 27th, set up starts at 6pm, Match begins at DARK!
Where: Bay 1 KTSA bays

Set up starts at 6 pm. The more helpers the better the stages.

This match is for all those people interested in shooting in the dark. There will be
2 stages. Each stage will use 2 firearms. Rifle and pistol on stage 1. Shotgun and
pistol on stage 2. Semi-auto firearms are not required. Revolvers, lever action,
pump, break open and bolt guns are all welcome

Check out this Video for an impression https://goo.gl/AeFhYE

For more details please click here

Important Reminder!

As the drought continues the conditions at the outdoor ranges have become more critical.
We need to be even more aware of the need to be extra careful on club property.
Make sure to put out your cigarettes. Since all the bays have bark mulch in them it is probably a good idea to not smoke if you are in one of the bays. (common sense maybe)
The club has a no incendiary devices policy. (see the KTSA Range Rules) That means no exploding targets, no smoke bombs, no flash bangs, no tracer ammunition and at this time no open fires.
Be extra careful please. If you have any doubt about what you are doing, don’t do it.
We do not want to close the range to everyone, but if it becomes necessary we will.

Don Morphy
KTSA Range Warden