Norfolk County Rifle Range offers many community events. These events are offered through out the year and consist of educational events and competitions. Below is the schedule and links for upcoming activities.
BULLSEYE SECTIONAL MATCHES February 25-26, 2017 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm The match is a 90 round 22 only match. It is shot at the 50 foot line using the turning targets. It is the NRA national indoor championship shot across the entire country at the same time of year. That’s why it’s called a sectional match. All the scores are put together and a national winner is crowned. For registration form, click here.
Basic Description: IDPA club match consisting of 4 stages- very basic to quite difficult. Usually a mixture of scenario and standards. Scenario stages are recreations of self-defense events that could or have actually happened. Standards are tests of basic gun handling/tactical skills. Folks are new to IDPA, or who might be checking out our calendar for the first time, should acquaint themselves with our website’s IDPA Program Information, particularly the New Shooter’s Guide.
Match Fee: $15. NCRR members receive a $5 discount. To re-shoot in the same division: $5. You must rotate to the end of the sign-up list when shooting a second time. To re-shoot in a different division, the full match fee is applicable.
Brass: This is a lost brass match.
Start/End Times: Set-up begins at 2:00 pm and the first 4 non-Safety Officers that set up shoot for free. The last 4 people who help with tear-down shoot for free. No appointment needed. To be flexible we’ll usually take walk-ins up until 9:00 – the matches run as late as 11:00 and close as early as 8:30 sometimes. If you’re coming late you should call NCRR first to see if we’re still taking shooters. 757-488-9861
Basic Requirements: Minimum caliber: .380 (BUG division only), 9mm (all other divisions, except CDP). Minimum caliber: 9mm. Semi-Autos: You’ll need at least 3 mags – one in the gun and 2 reloads. Revolvers: Barrel has to be 4.2″ or less. Three speedloaders or moon clips may be carried. BUG: You’ll need at least 4 mags – one in the gun and 3 reloads. Holsters: No small of back, crossdraw or shoulder holsters allowed. This is all covered in the rulebook – please read it. Ammo: No steel core, hollow point or armor piercing allowed. Wolf ammo is banned on the NCRR range. Bring 100 rounds as a bare minimum.
Pre-Requisites: You do not have to be an NCRR or an IDPA member to shoot your 1st match, however if you wish to continue you must join IDPA. You can do so online or over the phone (870-545-3894). We are an affiliated IDPA club and follow IDPA rules.
Points of Contact:
Jeff Koke – Chairman
Jim VandenAkker – Assistant Chairman
For the JOAD Archery days scheduled for outdoors the pistol range will be open if it is not raining or bad weather conditions, i.e. gale force wind, etc.
An opportunity for women to gather, socialize, learn, and shoot. Beginners and experienced shooters are welcome. We sometimes have guest speakers to present various topics. If you have a firearm, you are welcome to bring it. Some of the shooting events that we host are limited to .22 caliber only, while other events allow any pistol caliber. For those who do not own a .22, the club will provide them at no charge. Range Safety Officers will be on the premises to assure proper safety, as well as instruction if/when needed.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Open to the Public
HOW TO REGISTER: No registration necessary; just show up
COST: $5.00 per meeting. Ammunition (.22 caliber) available for sale at market price
WHAT TO BRING: Feel free to bring a snack or dessert (not required). Bring a friend, sister, neighbor, mom, or daughter. If all you have is yourself, that’s fine too.
CONTACT: Theresa Austin (757-406-7428,email@example.com ) for questions.
Pistol range is closed
Basic Description: The juniors program is a youth shooting education program. The focus is Olympic style competition in air rifle, small bore rifle and air pistol.
Attendance: It is open to youth generally 12-19 years old, but is really determined by physical and mental maturity. Typically we have a waiting list but you are encouraged to contact us to see if we have openings. In addition we attempt to at least allow an interested youth to observe and participate in one night just to allow them the opportunity to see what it is all about (if this interests you, please contact us first so we can arrange a time).
Equipment: NCRR provides all equipment necessary to get started. Eventually most youth will obtain their own shooting equipment but still borrow the club’s guns.
Coaches: NCRR provides NRA certified coaches and Range Safety Officers to work with the youth.
Start/End Times: There are 3 relays of practice time 4:30 -5:30, 5:30-6:30 & 6:30-7:30.
Points of Contact:
Scott Sampson – Chairman
Rob Miller – Lead Coach
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