Bradford Action Shooters USPSA Experimental Match


Match starts: October 01, 2017 @ 10:00 AM · Match ends: October 01, 2017 @ 2:00 PM

Location: Charlestown, RI

USPSA Experimental 4 Man Squad Match.
5 Stage Match: 3 intermediate stage, a short stage and a classifier.
Squads of 4 shooters will start every 15 minutes starting at 10 AM. Your match will be completed in one hour.
Arrive 30 minutes before your start time to register and preview the stages. Squads of 4 will only have have 15 minutes per stage, so the walk through must be brief. .
Registration & Waivers: 9 AM and ongoing.
First shots: 10 AM
Entry Fee: $25.00 (Gets you soda, water, maybe brownies and flush toilets ;D )
Thanks for giving it a try!

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USPSA level I match, with the following divisions:
Limited, Limited 10, Open, Production, Single Stack, Revolver, pcc, co



Match Documents

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Match Range Safety Rules

- Please review and abide by the following match range safety rules to avoid being disqualified from the match before firing your very first shot!

- Failure to comply with these rules will result in match disqualification.

- If you have any questions, please ask a match official.

- Enjoy the match!

Cold Range

- Competitors may NOT carry loaded guns on the range except when under the direct supervision of a match official.

- The “range” is the entire property located at 299 Ross Hill Rd, Charlestown, RI.

- A “loaded gun” is a gun that has ammunition in it, chambered or un-chambered.

- “Ammunition” includes live ammunition, dummy ammunition, snap caps, empty shell cases etc. Anything that appears to be ammunition IS ammunition.

- If you arrive at a match with a loaded gun on your person, you must notify a match official as soon as possible.

- A match official must supervise clearing ammunition from a loaded gun.

Gun Handling

- Gun handling is NOT allowed anywhere on the range EXCEPT in a designated “Safe Area” or under the direct supervision of a match official.

- Guns that are not in a “Safe Area” must be in a closed container or carried in a holster that is attached to a belt that is being worn around the waist.

- Carrying a gun in a holster that is not being worn is NOT allowed.

Ammunition Handling

- Ammunition may be handled anywhere on the range EXCEPT in a designated “Safe Area.”

Safe Area

- A “Safe Area” is a designated area at which unsupervised handling of UNLOADED guns is allowed.

- A “Safe Area” will be marked as such. Do not assume any unmarked table is a “Safe Area”.

- When handling a gun in a “Safe Area,” the muzzle of the gun must always be oriented towards the berm backing the “Safe Area.”

- Handling ammunition is NOT allowed in a “Safe Area.” This includes handling loaded magazines, loaded speed loaders, boxes of ammunition, etc.

- A “Safe Area” may be used to transfer an unloaded gun from a container to a holster and vice versa. 

- A “Safe Area” may be used to dry fire, check function, repair, lubricate, disassemble, etc. an UNLOADED gun and EMPTY magazines.
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