We’ve changed things up a little bit for our monthly club silhouette tournaments shot the first Sunday of each month.  The on-line club calendar has not been reflecting this change, but here is what we’ve been doing the past several months.


Some of our targets stands are in disrepair, so we’ve been using the 3 small animal NRA targets traps on the 100 yard rifle side.  We tried a couple of different set-ups, and this is what we plan to do until we can get the other equipment repaired.


We will shoot 3 person flights using the first 2 traps located at the 40 and 60 yard distances.  Each trap will contain 10 silhouette targets.  The closest trap will have chickens and pigs.  The second trap will have turkeys and rams.  Shooters will have 2 minute and 30 seconds to shoot 10 targets.  We will then cease fire, make sight adjustments and have an additional 2 minutes and 30 seconds to shoot the second 10 targets.  After a cease fire, we will then reset and repeat the above to complete one scorecard.


As we have always done, a full match will consist of 80 targets (2 cards).  You can use any .22 LR semi-auto, bolt action, or lever action rifle, with iron sights or optics.  Or even a .22 LR pistol if you want.  Of course we will have different classes depending on what firearm is being used.


Come on out and try this new format.  It’s fun to watch things fall over that you hit with a bullet.  Setup (of which there is very little) starts at 9 AM if you’d like to help, registration at 9:30, and then a 10 minute practice session at 10.  Cost $10.00


Best Regards,
Cary Keshen


DATE: Silhouette match is held the first Sunday of each month.  We alternate between NRA/Long Range and Cowboy Speed matches. NRA and Long Range match is on ODD months (Jan, Mar, etc.)  Cowboy speed match is held on EVEN months (Feb, Apr, etc.)

SET-UP is 7:30  Practice 8:30  Match 9:00  Please come out early and help.

MATCH FEE: Match fees: $10. You may shoot as many categories as you want.

For additional information about the match please contact  Mark Beggs  (954) 987-5872

Please refer to NRA publications for specific rules, standard procedures, range commands, etc.
HRPC silhouette matches are open to shooters of all skill levels ,HOWEVER,to insure the safety and enjoyment of all involved; safe gun handling, complete familiarity with the operation of your particular firearm,  and prior sighting-in for the various ranges is required of all shooters.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Any .22 smallbore rifle or pistol. We shoot several different categories;

Pistol at 3/8 scale (large) targets
Iron Sights rifle at 3/8 scale targets
Cowboy Silhouette at 3/8 scale targets
NRA approved smallbore silhouette match at 1/5 scale (small) targets.

NRA classification scorebooks are available for purchase. Please come early so we can start on time and explain range rules to new shooters. If you are new to silhouette, please sight in your rifle or pistol in at 50 yds before coming to the match and we will be happy to introduce you to the game. We generally run a few relays and the match usually finishes around noon. In between matches bottled water will be supplied to the competitors. The targets must be shot with standard velocity ammo, anything under 1080fps.
You do not have to be a member to shoot our match, so stop on by and see what we do!

NRA SMALLBORE (.22 rimfire) MATCH:    Small (1/5 size) targets (chicken, pig, turkey, ram) at 40m, 60m, 77m, 100yd in the bullet traps on the rifle side of our range.  Note: ONLY .22 standard velocity ammo allowed on the small animals and bullet traps. 
Course of fire is 5 shots in 2 1/2 min.  Match consists of 40 shots per relay, generally minimum 2 relays.  Shooting style is standing offhand with various class rifles.  (refer to NRA handbook for details)  This is an NRA sanctioned match and ALL rules apply, there will be no casual classes or equipment allowed. 
LONG-RANGE .22 RIFLE / PISTOL MATCH:  Larger "cowboy" size targets at 25, 50, 75, and 100 yd. arranged on both rifle and pistol side of our range.  Regular .22 lr ammunition may be used however hyper velocity and minimag ammo is not allowed due to damage to targets.
Course of fire is 5 shots in 2 1/2 min.  Match consists of 40 shots per relay, generally minimum 2 relays.  Official shooting style is standing offhand same as NRA match with iron sights.       HOWEVER due to the various skill levels and preferences of our members we offer casual classes to accommodate scopes and bend the style rules to allow shooters to be successful and enjoy the game. New shooters are encouraged to enter and build on existing skills. Having said this we encourage all competent, able-bodied adult males to enter the NRA match if they insist on using optic sighting. 
COWBOY CARNIVAL SPEED MATCH:  The larger "cowboy" size targets, 5 each, at 25 yd.(chicken and pig) and 50 yd. (turkey and ram).  Regular .22 lr ammunition may be used however hyper velocity and minimag ammo is not allowed . 
Course of fire is 10 shots in 30 seconds.  (pistol matches are 5 shots in 15 sec.)  40 shots (2 relays) per match.  Generally 4 relays minimum. 
Standard cowboy class equipment is .22 lever action or pump action rifle with open iron sights.  Additional casual classes are provided to accommodate shooters with other equipment such as autoloaders and optics.   Separate pistol matches are held following main match so entrants can shoot both rifle and pistol.