Brazosland Pistoleros - :: USPSA Practical Shooting Club :: Bryan Texas :: Action Pistol Shooting Competition

The Brazosland Pistoleros are members of the Texas South Section of United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), Region 4. The Brazosland Pistoleros hold matches on the fourth Sunday of each month.

News from the President - USPSA texas practical pistol and 3 gun shooting information

 

Next regular USPSA club match is Sunday November 22nd. Set up starts at 7:30am and hammer down at 9am.  Online registration for the match

  

Next regular .22 cal match will be Sunday October 11th.  Set up will start at 8am and hammer down at 9:00am.  Register here for the match

 

February 1, 2014 USPSA made some rule changes.  You can click here to see the list of changes that are now in effect.

 

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Click the USPSA PREREGISTRATION FORM and fill in the required fields. When you arrive at the range you will still need to check in with registration to confirm your arrival at the match and pay your match fee.

 

Preregistration for 22 caliber match


Please take a few minutes to fill out the Membership Form then bring it to the next match you attend. You can type your information in and print or you can print the form and hand write it. This will help us track membership info better.


To check your recent classifier scores against the national averages, be sure to use this classifier calculator.


If you have any questions about the club, match information or range information contact Kevin, the club president.

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What is practical shooting?

Practical Shooting attempts to measure the ability to shoot rapidly and accurately with a full power handgun, rifle, and/or shotgun. Those three elements - speed, accuracy, and power - form the three sides of the practical shooting triangle. By design, each match will measure a shooter's ability in all three areas.

If shooting has an "extreme" sport, USPSA-sanctioned practical shooting is it. Competitors move, negotiate obstacles, run, speed-reload, and drive their guns through each of several courses as fast as their skills will allow. MORE INFO ::

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