Bradford Action Shooters USPSA Halloween Match


Match starts: October 15, 2017 @ 8:00 AM · Match ends: October 15, 2017 @ 1:00 PM

Location: Charlestown, RI

USPSA October Match featuring "Bradford Squading" 4 Man Squads.
5 Stage Match: 4 stages, and a classifier classifier.
Squads of 4 shooters will start every 15 minutes starting at 9:30 0 AM. Your match will be completed in less than 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 and see you there

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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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