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2013 STEEL CHALLENGE SUMMER LEAGUE
The Diablo Action Pistol STEEL CHALLENGE SUMMER LEAGUE (SCSL) will begin on Wednesday the 1st of May and will continue every Wednesday evening until July 24th.
General shooting will begin at 4:00 pm and the last registration will be at 6:45.
Action Pistol Certification will be required for all shooters. Because of this it will be necessary to check to be sure ALL shooters have current Action Pistol Certification cards. All SCSA (Steel Challenge Shooting Association) rules will apply except as indicated below.
For more information go to: http://steelchallenge.com/ and download the rulebook from the link in the tool bar at the top.
The match fee will be $5 per match with AP certified juniors ( under age 18) shooting without fee.
HELP US OUT AND BRING A $5 BILL!! NOT A $20!!
The divisions will be as indicated in the rule book and will include only:
Rimfire Iron Sights
Center Fire Pistol – Open
Center Fire Pistol – Iron Sights
Center Fire Pistol – Production
Iron Sights Revolver
Cowboy Single Action, Steel Master and Long Gun divisions DO NOT APPLY.
Rimfire pistols may be carried in holsters on the range but all Rimfire starts will be from a low ready position. Starts for all other divisions will be from the holster.
Registration in the Competition Categories will be as indicated in Appendix B of the rule book with B1, B2, B6, B7 and B8 being accepted. Catagories B3, B4, and B5 are not accepted.
The series will consist of 12 matches shot for score with the final shoot on the 24th of July being a fun shoot and league awards BBQ. As always guests and visitors are welcomed. Eye and ear protection is required for everyone on the range.
Remember to bring your current AP Certification card.
Our fearless leader Mr Jim Endress has sent out an email about sign ups and the lack of attention to detail that people seem to have when filling out the sign up sheets... Read and Heed! There are now some serious consequences if your sign up is illegible.
We continue to have problems getting accurate information from the match sign in sheets. Attached is an extract from the registrations for the 8th of July as an example. Leaving the Power Factor blank for Production division is not a problem since that division is always scored minor but that's not the case with the other divisions. With the rather large turnouts we're getting for matches it's just too much of a workload for the scorekeeper to be expected them to chase down everyone who has an undecipherable entry.