Studies and modern psychology suggest having a hobby that provides measurable improvement and goal setting can contribute to a person’s well-being. Shooting leagues are a great way to see results and measure progress and we just so happen to have them happening all year round.
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CrossRoads Fun Shoot League
APRIL 24 – JUNE 1, 2018
When | Weekdays during normal store hours. No weekend shooting. You may not fall more than two weeks behind.
Individuals | Individuals may compete against each other for top shooter in each Class.
Teams | 5 people per team. Children may participate with supervision. Teams may meet at the range and shoot together, or each member can shoot at their convenience. Teams can be composed of mixed classes.
Classes | Rim Fire RF (.22), Small Bore SB (.32-9mm), and Big Bore BB (.40-45) You may not switch calibers during the league. You can not shoot more than one class.
Firearms | Any caliber between .22 and .45 OPEN SIGHTS ONLY.
Targets | A new target will be revealed on Monday night. Varying distances and shooting positions will be specified for that week. League targets can only be shot on weekdays – NO WEEKEND SHOOTING.
Cost | $10 per person per week. Warmup shooting is allowed when paying for a lane. If you want to go in cold and shoot only the League target, you may do so on a space available basis.
Prizes | 1 grand prize will be awarded to the top shooter overall (it will probably be a gun – hint hint wink wink) Prizes will also be awarded to the top shooters in each Class, and to first and second place Teams. Individuals may only win top shooter overall once per year. Prizes will be announced during week 3 of the fun shoot.
The CrossRoads Fun Shoot League will run for six weeks. Cost to members and non-members will be $10 each week. League fees may be paid in full, or each week prior to shooting that week’s target. Registrations for the league will be accepted through Week 2. Late registrations must pay for past weeks targets and get caught up at the subject to availability and discretion of range staff. Shooters may not fall more than two weeks behind at any given point in the league. A new target design and course of fire will be revealed on Monday night; participants then have from Tuesday through Friday to shoot that week’s target. This is a FUN shoot designed to engage responsible shooters of all ages who have signed the CrossRoads waivers. Accommodations to those physically unable to perform set course of fire will be made. Ex: someone unable to stand and shoot may shoot from bench rest. CrossRoads employees will monitor the league shoot and score the targets. Registration and scores will be kept at electronically. In the event of a tie, a special target set at 15 yards will be used to determine the winner.
Questions? Email rangeops@crossroadsshootin
USPSA - United States Practical Shooters Association
TAKES PLACE ONCE A MONTH – SEE EVENT CALENDAR AND FACEBOOK EVENTS FOR CURRENT DATES AND TIMES
Monthly USPSA Indoor Match ~175 round count
New shooters and all skill levels are welcome!
You do NOT have to be a USPSA member to participate. Each match will have 3-6 stages. Stages will consist of paper targets shot from a variety of positions with many courses involving movement. Competitors draw, move, negotiate obstacles, run, speed-reload, and drive their guns through each of several courses as fast as their skills will allow.
Set up will start between 4 and 4:30 with matches starting as soon as the courses are completed.
If you are shooting: $5 to Ankeny Ikes Practical Shooters and $20 to CrossRoads for the match fee.
More information: http://www.ankenyikes.org/threads/united-states-practical-shooting-association.36/
GSSF - Glock Shooting Sports Foundation
FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH- SEE EVENT CALENDAR AND FACEBOOK EVENTS FOR CURRENT DATES AND TIMES
The GSSF League Match is a series of three matches conducted on the first Thursday of the month. Participants must be current GSSF members and compete in two of the three matches to qualify for plaques and prizes. MUST SHOOT ALL 3 MATCHES TO BE ENTERED INTO THE DRAWING FOR THE FREE GUN.
If you are not currently a member, you may join on-line at http://gssfonline.com/
Competitors may shoot ANY GLOCK pistol. There are three divisions: Stock, Unlimited and Pocket Glock (G42, G43). Plaques will be given to 1st place Unlimited and to 1st Place Stock, Class A Stock, Class B Stock, Class C Stock, and High Lady, Senior and Junior in the Stock division.
Additionally, t-shirts, hats, and field knives are awarded and a GLOCK PISTOL is GIVEN AWAY by drawing at the end of a GSSF League Match series.
Don’t own a Glock? Our Glock rental guns are availbe on match night for $5 plus ammo.
This is a great way to get started in competition shooting!
More information: http://gssfonline.com/indoor-league.cfm
Youth Program, CISS - Central Iowa Scholastic Shooters
WHAT IS CISS?
The Central Iowa Scholastic Shooters (CISS) is a member organization of the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP), a Youth Development Program where adult coaches and volunteers model sportsmanship, responsibility, and teamwork while using shooting sports programs to teach these and other positive life skills to participating athletes.
CISS members participate in SASP-sanctioned speed shooting competitions with other SASP teams at the local, state and national level. All shooting is done with rimfire or centerfire handguns as well as rimfire rifles in a controlled and supervised environment.
WHO CAN JOIN?
CISS handgun teams are open to any Central-Iowa youth between the ages of 14 and 20. Previous handgun shooting experience is not required, just the desire to learn and compete in a team environment. New for 2016 is the SASP Rimfire Rifle division which will allow us to open up CISS to even those under the age of 14 who would like to get involved in competition! More details will be available at our open house events.
HOW DOES THE PROGRAM OPERATE?
CISS is a not-for-profit organization funded through member dues and the generosity of sponsoring organizations and individuals. Program administration and coaching is provided by adult volunteers committed to helping young shooters foster an interest in the shooting sports, learn the value of competition, and develop positive character traits.
The Ankeny Isaac Walton League south of Elkhart, Iowa is “home base” for CISS. Weekly practices are held from April through July with periodic matches held with other Iowa-based SPP teams. CISS members have the opportunity to participate in the Iowa State SPP Championships to be held in May.
More information: http://www.cisshooters.org
The Shooting Club APP
SHOOT GUNS. WIN PRIZES. REPEAT.
The Shooting Club is the world’s first social shooting experience. A revolutionary app for iOS and Android allows users to compete virtually with other shooters across the country to win gear and prizes – regardless of skill level.
Join the CrossRoads Shooters group to compete with other local customers or compete in any open matches in the app.
More information: http://www.theshootingclub.com