Do you have a competitive nature and want to improve upon your shooting skills?
After learning the basic fundamentals of shooting at the standard firing lines, Take a step up to competing against your shooting buddy and other competitors at Outpost’s Competition Range. Three Gun Nation, USPSA, SCSA and outlaw competition matches are all common here and all offer their own version of practical shooting to take part in. Join one of the fastest growing shooting sports activities in the world Using Rifles, Pistols and shotguns at a huge variety of Target types including cardboard silhouettes, clay pigeons, steel targets and a variety of exciting and unusual targets. Better known as multi gun competitions, typical equipment used is 9mm semi-automatic pistols, pump action shotguns and .223 caliber semi-automatic rifles with 30 round magazines. Since most everyone has these types of firearms it’s an easy transition from bullseye targets to joining in on competitions and can be enjoyed by Shooters of all ages and skill levels as there are different levels of shooters in each division. Just down the road from Outposts Main gate you will find our competition area.
Nestled on 20 acres of property underneath a shaded canopy of oak trees there are Multiple shooting stages where each stage is different to the others in layout and obstacles. You might have to shoot around barriers like cars, fences, and barrels or shoot through huge tires or window openings to hit your target. Instead of shooting static bench at static targets, competitions are more walk, run and gun. As these are fast pace and challenging games, Competitions are great ways to practice how to operate a firearm safely in a pressure filled environment while Learning holster techniques, quick changing of magazines and furthering better marksmanship.
Competitions are also a great way to get more range time and practice personal defense and become proficient with your firearm. Matches are always fun social events to meet new friends and to spend time with folks that have similar interests as you. Whether you’re a brand new shooter or an expert, Folks in the shooting industry always want to help others and learn new things from each other. Depending on the size of the match, Competitions can last from a few hours to a few days to give all shooters there turn and score each individual, scoring is a great way to see how you rank against your buddy and lets you know if you’ve improved from your previous competition. If you’re looking to practice before an event, Outpost Range offers practice sessions beforehand so you can get comfortable with the layouts and really enjoy the match. Be sure to check calendar availability for this. Sometimes starting something new can be intimidating an overwhelming but don’t worry range safety officers are there to guide you through the process, layouts and rules so you know what to expect from start to finish.
Never say, “I wish I could do that, but I’m not a good enough shooter”, remember Annie Oakley was once a novice shooter as well!