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Fun Shoot - Designed strictly for FUN shooting and is open to adult Club members as well as the general public. . The paper targets, placed at 50 ft., are a mixture of Animal Silhouettes, Lucky Numbers, Timed Fire Bulls-eye and a lot more. Course of fire is unique for each style target. Targets run $2 to $4 each depending on the target. Payouts are for 1st, 2nd & sometimes 3rd place. Firearms allowed are: .22 rimfire rifles and any pistols .22 rimfire to .45 caliber with muzzle velocities under 1,500 fps.  Shoots are held the 1st Sunday of the month (January thru April) from 9:00 am till 1:00 pm. See event flyer for more details. Director: Alan Roher 585-261-9378

Indoor Silhouette - Designed more for the precision shooter and open to Club members and the general public.  The paper targets consist of 4 animal silhouette shapes placed at 50 feet, the Chicken, Pig, Turkey & Ram.  Shooters will shoot 5 rounds at each animal silhouette within 2 minutes time per animal.  Scoring is 5 points for each round that hits completely inside the animal silhouette and 1 point for a partial hit for a possible total score of 100.  Each silhouette competitor shoots only against other competitors of equal skill levels. (Skill Classifications: C, B, A, AA, AAA & Master) Firearms allowed are: .22 rimfire rifles and any pistols .22 rimfire to .45 caliber centerfire with muzzle velocities under 1,500 fps.  Shoots are held the 3rd Sunday of the month (December thru April) from 9:00 am till 2:00 pm. See event flier for more details. Director: Vicki Porter 315-789-5608

Club Rifle - Open to Club members and the general public. Club Rifle is a FUN event designed for the .22 rimfire rifle shooter only.  This competition is incorporated into and run as part of Indoor Silhouette matches. (see above) The course of fire and scoring is the same as Indoor Silhouette.  However, instead of shooting at the smaller rifle animal silhouette paper targets, Club Rifle shooters will shoot at, 15% reduced in size, pistol animal silhouette paper targets.  Director: Vicki Porter 315-789-5608

NYS Sporterifle -Open to Club members and the general public including Jr. shooters starting at 12 years of age. Matches start at 7:00 pm every Tuesday & Friday from (September thru March).  Shooters will use 22 cal. rimfire rifles only in the off-hand standing position.  The sport is designed so that expensive special equipment is not required. There is a maximum weight limit on scope and gun of 7.5 pounds.  Slings or other devices that provide artificial support are not allowed.  A match consists of 3 completed targets with 10 shots per target at a distance of 50 feet. Shooters are given 10 minutes to complete each target. The maximum score per target is 100. A perfect match score is 300.  Visit http://www.sporterifle.org for more details. Director: Paul Dewa 585-813-4128

Bullseye -Open to Club members and the general public. Matches start at 7:00 pm every Thursday from (October thru March).  Any .22 rimfire or centerfire semi-automatic pistol or revolver may be used. Iron & scope sights are permitted. All firing is from the standing position using one or two hands.  The NRA courses of fire are Slow Fire (10 rounds fired in 10 minutes), Timed Fire (10 rounds fired in two 5-shot strings -- 20 seconds each string) and Rapid Fire (10 rounds fired in two 5-shot strings -- 10 seconds each string. The Rimfire Match consists of two courses each of slow, timed and rapid fire (60 rounds total). The Centerfire Match consists of one slow and two timed fire courses (30 rounds total). Waterloo Rifle & Pistol Club (WRPC) belongs to the Finger Lakes Pistol League (FLPL) a postal league where individual scores are maintained in separate categories (one-hand, two-hand, etc.) for end-of-season awards. Participation in the League is optional.  Shooters pay the club range fee (currently $3.00) plus $1.00 for each score submitted to FLPL. Director: Bob Stevens 315-539-2819

IDPA - Waterloo Rifle and Pistol Club is an affiliated International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Club. WRPC IDPA matches are held on the second Saturday of each month. Matches are open to the public and newcomers are welcome. Course scenarios are designed to simulate potentially life-threatening encounters and test skills that would be required to survive such an encounter. Concealed handgun license holders - men and women alike - can learn and practice self-defense tactics for responsible concealed carry and enhanced personal security, competitive shooters can enjoy the pistol match competition, and everyone can shoot for personal improvement or just for fun. There will be a "Shooters Meeting" prior to each match and all shooters are REQUIRED to attend.  The safety instructions and other information specific to the match will be discussed at the meeting.  If you do not attend the shooters meeting, you cannot shoot the match. More information on rules and required equipment is available at the IDPA home page www.idpa.com. Match Director: Scott Bourgeous 585-738-7743

Outdoor Events

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Outdoor Silhouette - Designed more for the precision shooter and is open to Club members and the general public. Steel silhouette targets consist of 4 animal shapes. The Chicken at 40 yards, Pig at 50 yards, Turkey at 75 yards & the Ram at 100 yards.  Course of fire is: 10 rounds fired in two 5-shot strings - 2 minutes each string (for each animal type).  Scoring is 1 point for each animal knocked off its stand for a possible total score of 40. Each silhouette competitor shoots only against other competitors of equal skill level. (Skill Classifications: C, B, A, AA, AAA & Master)  Firearms allowed are: .22 rimfire rifles and any pistols .22 rimfire to .45 caliber centerfire with muzzle velocities under 1,500 fps.  Shoots are held the 3rd Sunday of the month (May thru September) from 9:00 am till 2:00 pm. See event flyer for more details. Director: Bob McCarthy 315-759-5193

Club Rifle - Open to Club members and the general public. Club Rifle is a FUN event designed for the .22 rimfire rifle shooter only.  This competition is incorporated into and run as part of Outdoor Silhouette matches. (see above) The course of fire and scoring is the same as Outdoor Silhouette.  However, instead of shooting at the smaller steel animals, Club rifle shooters will shoot at the larger heavy steel silhouette targets normally used for centerfire pistols. Director: Bob McCarthy 315-759-5193

Fast Action / Tactical - Designed more for speed shooting is open to Club members and the general public.  Course of fire consists of three shooting stations.  First station: shooters will have 24 rounds to knock down twelve 8" steel plates up to 20 yards.  Second station: shooters will have 24 rounds to knock down six bowling pin steel plates and six various other steel shape plates up to 20 yards. Third station: tactical shooting layout that is set up differently every month. Firearms allowed are: .22 rimfire carbine rifles and any pistols .22 rimfire to .45 caliber centerfire with muzzle velocities under 1,500 fps.  Scoring will be shooter's total points for all three stations divided by total time. Shoots are held the 1st Sunday of the month (May thru November) from 9:00 am till 2:00 pm. Director: Art Pluretti free2glock@yahoo.com

IDPA - Waterloo Rifle and Pistol Club is an affiliated International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Club. WRPC IDPA matches are held on the second Saturday of each month. Matches are open to the public and newcomers are welcome. Course scenarios are designed to simulate potentially life-threatening encounters and test skills that would be required to survive such an encounter. Concealed handgun license holders - men and women alike - can learn and practice self-defense tactics for responsible concealed carry and enhanced personal security, competitive shooters can enjoy the pistol match competition, and everyone can shoot for personal improvement or just for fun. There will be a "Shooters Meeting" prior to each match and all shooters are REQUIRED to attend.  The safety instructions and other information specific to the match will be discussed at the meeting.  If you do not attend the shooters meeting, you cannot shoot the match. More information on rules and required equipment is available at the IDPA home page www.idpa.com. Match Director: Scott Bourgeois 585-738-7743

Defensive Handgun - Open to Club members and general public.  Matches and course of fire are very similar to IDPA but rules are relaxed to accommodate basic procedures and firearms training. Starting in Defensive Shooting is a great way to prepare for IDPA. Matches will consist of 3 to 4 stages with shooting distances of 5 to 20 yards from the target. Stages are designed to have the Shooter drawing from a holster using concealment such as an open jacket or vest. Required equipment includes: any open sight handgun, semi-auto or revolver, from any center fire 9mm caliber, up to .45 caliber with muzzle velocities under 1,500 fps, as well as a holster and magazine pouch, and a shirt, jacket or vest for concealment if needed.  Prior to each match, there will be a safety and rules meeting, and a walk thru of each stage.  Matches are held on the fourth Sunday of the month (May thru October) and start promptly at 10:00 am.  Directors: Alan Roher 585-261-9378, Dave Lockett 315-651-8750 & Sandy Schulman 315-651-7782

Special Events

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Summer Youth Shoot -This annual program is dedicated to providing .22 cal rifle-shooting opportunities for youngsters in the 12 thru 14 age group. The shooting events run on three or four consecutive Saturday mornings in July. Youngsters may attend one or all events. Shooting is from a bench or standing position with each shooter under direct supervision of an experienced adult. Targets are steel "knock-downs" in various sizes and shapes to encourage and challenge the youngster's abilities. Advance registration and parental permission forms are required. There is no cost to participate and WRPC provides all rifles and ammunition. For more information please contact the Youth Director: (Director Needed).

Women On Target (WOT) - This women only program is designed to introduce the participants to recreational shooting and hunting sports through safe, non-competitive, and fun instructional clinics.  In the clinics, participants learn to safely handle, load, fire, unload, clean, and store a variety of firearms. Currently we offer two clinics a year, usually in April and September.  These day-long events start with classroom instruction, progress to shooting .22 caliber rifles on the Club's ten-station indoor range, and then to shooting .22's, high powered rifles, and shotguns on the three outdoor ranges.  Firearms, ammunition, targets, and safety equipment are all provided by WRPC.  Breakfast snacks and a full lunch are also provided as well as water, soda, and coffee.  Everything is covered by the event's nominal registration fee.  Each participant has a volunteer coach with her every time she takes a shot.  All the shooting coaches are highly qualified in firearms safety and marksmanship.  For more information please contact the WOT Director: Gilienne Roher 315-521-6701.

Veterans Air Rifle - This Air Rifle program is designed mostly for Veterans 55 and up that receive their health care from the V.A.  This local program is not just a recreation activity for the Veterans but is used to help the Veterans prepare to compete in the National Veterans Golden Age Games each year.  The National Veterans Golden Age Games are the only national multi-event sports and recreational seniors’ competition program designed to improve the quality of life for all Veterans, including those with a wide range of abilities and disabilities.  The Waterloo Rifle & Pistol Club is honored to be able to provide training, coaching, and a place to shoot, for the Veterans to practice their shooting skills.  The Club also furnishes the air rifles, targets and pellets.  The Air Rifle shooting is from the bench rest position to the targets at 33 feet (15 meters).  Practices are Tuesday mornings from 9 to 10 A.M.  Most of the coaching is provided by Veterans with help from other Club members.  For more information on the National Veterans Golden Age Games please visit http://www1.va.gov/opa/speceven/gag/default.asp. For more information on our Veterans Air Rifle please contact Director: Ron Pesta 315-781-1782.

Military Rifle and Handgun Fun Shoot - Designed strictly for FUN shooting of pre 1950 military issue rifles and pistols.  The events are FREE and open to adult Club members as well as the general public. Event Director: David Gadoury.  Click on the link below to view the current event flier.

** Military Fun Shoot May 17th 2014 Flier **

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