Rifle

100 Yard .22 LR

This match tests the shooters' marksmanship with .22 caliber rifles with paper targets at a distance of 100 yards. Shooting while standing, sitting or kneeling, and prone is required.

NRA High Power Rifle

The "course of fire" for these matches consist of four timed stages. A total of 80 rounds are fired for record, 20 rounds per stage, at either 100 or 200 yards dependent on which club is hosting the match. Firing positions include standing, sitting and prone.

NYS Sporter Rifle

NYS Sporterifle is a postal target competition using .22 caliber Rimfire rifles. The minimum age to participate is 12 years of age. This is a great family activity. Weekly attendance is NOT mandatory, shoot when you can. Plan on joining us for some great shooting fun!

Smallbore Silhouette

A Silhouette match requires shooting 1/5 scale steel targets representing game animals at varying distances following the rules established by the NRA. The targets are metallic silhouettes of rams, turkeys, pigs, and chickens as shown below. They are cut to different scales and set at varying distances from the shooter and fall when hit.

Smallbore Cowboy Silhouette

A Silhouette match requires shooting 1/2 scale steel targets representing game animals at varying distances following the rules established by the NRA. The targets are metallic silhouettes of rams, turkeys, pigs, and chickens as shown below. They are cut to different scales and set at varying distances from the shooter and fall when hit. No costumes are required as this discipline is not associated with Cowboy Action multi-gun shooting.

CMP Day

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) is a national organization dedicated to training and educating U.S. citizens in the responsible uses of firearms through gun safety training, marksmanship training and competitions. These competitions test the shooters marksmanship skill with Garand, Springfield and Vintage Military Rifles or Rimfire Sporter rifles. TCSA offers 2 such competitions per year; the Spring CMP Day and the Fall CMP Day.