The Rimfire Challenge Shooting Association (RCSA) Rimfire Challenge is a .22LR rifle
and pistol program created to introduce new people to the shooting sports and
provide a pathway to shooting competition.
Quality matches allow both new and experienced shooters to excel at the
fun sport of shooting steel targets using .22LR pistol
you’d like to get started in shooting competition, have fun with your family or
just want to get more comfortable shooting a pistol and rifle, the Rimfire Challenge is perfect for you. Our
experienced shooters are very willing to help new shooters out no matter what
your experience level. See below in the More Info section on match details.
Don’t let equipment keep you from coming out – we have loaner pistols and rifles just send an email to the match POC. We are happy to get someone started in the sport we love.
Current Match Report
May 27, 2018
I appreciate everyone who let me know they had to cancel on the match, it really helps match morning. And thanks to everyone who showed up and were checking in by 0830.
The heat is on! Both for the match and the weather. Look at how close the Open times were!
Match Winner was Dave K in Open - 57.14 sec
2nd place Open - Steve G - 57.47 sec
3rd place Open - Jake Sw - 58.40 sec
Limited Winner - Joe M - 70.33 sec
2nd place Limited and Top Novice - Lyno S - 73.64 sec
3rd place Limited (also a Novice) - Matt S - 91.31 sec
Cowboy Winner - Harry B - 94.10 sec
Top Youth (12 and under) (Limited)- Jay S - 106.72 sec (note this was Jay's first RFS match!)
Top Junior (13-17) (Limited) - Hanna S - 109.03 sec
Top Senior - Dick D (Open) - 75.40 sec
Top Lady - Mary P (Limited) - 96.80 sec
Results are posted here: https://practiscore.com/results/html/57afa21b-d023-48a5-9953-c0d7e89075e7
And as always you can go to the scores section in practicsore and search for Sanners to find the results a bit sooner than I am able to get the email out.
Thank you to all the RO's for your help with running the match and set up. And a huge thank you to all the shooters for tearing down your stage afterwards!
See you next month,
Age (Special Recognition) Categories
*Note: Not technically Divisions per RCSA rules but Cowboy/Girl is a Special Recognition Category and our club recognizes Manually Operated as long as the requirement for 3 participants is met.
Stage 1 - "No Bones About It" - Shoot the plates in any order but the skull plates were 'no shoots'. If you hit a skull plate it was a 2 sec penalty!
Stage 2 - "The Walking Dead" - Shoot the plates in any order. By the time the third squad reached the zombie he was getting quite shot up!
Stage 3 - "Gaggle of Ghosts" - Shoot in order (far left, far right, left, right then stop plate).
Stage 4 - "Skull Shoot the plates left to right and then the left stop plate for strings 1 and 2. Then shoot right to left and the right stop plate for strings 3 and 4. Then shooters choice on string 5.