Washtenaw Sportsman's Club - Groups

Cost: $8.00 per entrant
Contact: George Steffin at (734) 284-5224.
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The .22 Benchrest Matches are conducted on the clubs main rifle range There are 3 classes you may compete in:

  • 22 Unlimited Class (.22 Long Rifle)
  • 50 & 100 Yards
  • 20 shots in 20 minutes for score
  • No weight restriction on rifle
  • No power restriction on scope
  • One round in the gun at a time, no magazines
  • Mechanical front rest with leather bag and a rear leather bag only, no one piece rests allowed.
  • You may not clamp your rest to the bench.

22 Sporter Class (.22 Long Rifle)

  • 50 or 100 yards
  • 20 shots in 20 minutes for score
  • Must be a sporter rifle. No light target actions in a sporter stock
  • No power restriction on scope
  • One round in the gun at a time
  • Rifle must have a magazine

22 Hunter Class (.22 Long Rifle)

  • 50 yards
  • 20 shots in 20 minutes for score
  • Must be an off the shelf hunting rifle
  • Scope power restriction - 6X or 6.5X
  • This class is set up so the average person can compete without spending a fortune on equipment.

Note: Off the shelf rifles that have a bull or target barrel must compete in Unlimited Class.

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We are an organization of shooters who shoot hand cast lead alloy bullets for both target competition and hunting.

The Washtenaw Cast Bullet Shooters conducts bench rest rifle matches monthly March through October. There are many classifications to allow everyone to participate in their form of matches with their rifle or handgun. We have classifications for jacketed bullets, hunter class pistols (Revolvers & TC Contenders)

Anyone may participate in our matches. You may use any rifle, any bullet. Everyone that participates has a great time. If you shoot any type of High Power or Varminter matches, our matches would be excellent practice during your off season.

We have informal practice sessions where we practice our marksmanship, exchange ideas and help those that are interested become better shooters. These are usually conducted weekly on either Thursdays and/or Tuesdays. If you are interested in shooting cast bullets, there is no better place to learn.

If you would like to learn more about The Cast Bullet Association or if you would like someone to mentor you in cast bullet shooting, contact the WCBS Match Director, Ed Krasny at cba@wsclub.org or call (734) 971-5077.

3X600 F-Class and FTR-Class Match
Facilities: 600 yard Rifle Range - Open to the public, you do not need a NRA card to participate.
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Match Times: Day of match. 8:30 AM shooters registration. 10 AM, start of match.
Match cost: $20.00
Contact: Terry Scurlock (734) 395-8782 terryscurlock@charter.net or Scott Eberth (734) 662-6316 SCOTTEBERTH12@gmail.com

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Class Description

F-Class

  • Rifle is fired from prone position. Open Bolt Indicator is a must
  • Any .35 caliber or below center fire rifle. Any sighting system may be used.
  • Front rest or bi-pod may be used. Rear support may be used, but not connected to front rest.
  • Weight restriction of 22 lbs.
  • No muzzle breaks may be used.

F-Class Target Rifle (FTR)

  • Rifle is fried from the prone position. Open Bolt Indicator is a must
  • .308 and .223 caliber center fire rifle must be used. Any sighting system may be used.
  • Rifle must be shot off a bi-pod rigidly attached to the forearm, and or by a sling. Rear support may be used. Weight restriction of 8.25 Kilograms (18.18 lbs.)

Course of fire

  • 4 man relays. 2 on the line, 2 in the pits.
  • 3X600 course of fire. 3, 20 round relays, with 4 sighters per relay.
  • 50 minute block time per four man relay.
  • NRA F-Class targets will be used. NRA scoring will be used.
  • These matches are approved by the NRA, so scores will be sent in.

Facilities: 200 - 600 Yard Rifle Range
Open To Public: All Hi-Power Matches are open to the public.  See Event Schedule for specific dates.
Equipment: Any High Power rifle. NO 50 BMG's ALLOWED!
Pre-requisites: Participant must be qualified at a Wednesday 600 yard practice by the range officer on duty.
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Match Fee: $20.00
Contact: hipower@wsclub.org

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The High Power Rifle Group conducts matches at 200 to 600 yards. There are two basic types of competition with several classes so anyone may compete. 80 Round Regional Match Description:

  • 200 yard record round - slow fire/shot offhand 20 minute time limit. 2 sighter's - 20 rounds slow fire offhand for record (score)
  • 200 yard rapid fire round - standing to sitting position. 2 sighter's in sitting position - 2 strings of 10 rounds. Shooter starts this round standing, when the fire command is issued the shooter takes a sitting position to begin the first of two timed strings. The shooter has 60 seconds to fire 10 rounds. The shooter returns to the standing position until the command to fire is issued for the second string.
  • 300 yard rapid fire round - standing to prone position. 2 sighter's in prone position - 2 strings of 10 rounds. Shooter starts this round standing, when the fire command is issued the shooter take a prone position to begin the first of two time strings. The shooter has 70 seconds to fire 10 rounds. The shooter returns to the standing position until the command to fire is issued for the second string.
  • 600 yard record round - slow fire/prone position 20 minute time limit. 2 sighter's - 20 rounds slow fire prone position.
  • Total number of shots: 88 plus additional rounds for re-fires.

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The 200 - 600 yard prone matches consist of 5 shots fired from each of the yard line from 200 - 600 yards. For those that do not have zero’s up to 3 sight in shots will be allowed at the 200. All shots will be pulled and marked. Firing will be from the prone position only.

The match can be fired with any rifle, any sight.  Due to the nature of this match we suggest your rifle be equipped with a scope capable of adjustments in elevation from 200 to 600 yards. NO 50 BMG’s allowed.

Sign Up starts at 9AM. Firing starts at 10AM to 5PM.

Cost of the match is $ 10.00 per person. Targets are provided.

Every competitor must have an open bolt indicator. NO EXCEPTIONS!

For additional information contact Scott Eberth (734) 662-6316 or scotteberth12@gmail.com or Stephen Slane (734) 475-2113.

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Contact: Terry Scurlock (734) 395-8782 terryscurlock@charter.net

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  • Match will be set as a fun match under F-Class rules.
  • Any Caliber .35 and under.
  • No Muzzle Breaks Aloud.
  • Matches will rotate each month. May will start with Prone Match. June will be Benchrest Match.
  • 5 small Varmint targets. Unlimited sighters.
  • 5 rounds per target, one round loaded at a time.
  • Any front rest or Bipod and any rear bag.
  • Sign up will be at 9 AM. Match to start at 10 AM.
  • Cost will be $10 per shooter.
  • Must use OBI
  • Check Calendar on web site for dates.
  • Matches will rotate. May-Prone, June-Bench, July-Prone, Aug.-Bench, Sept.-Prone, Oct.-Bench.
  • 1st and 2nd place trophies will be awarded at the end of the 6 matches, for the top shooters

22 CALIBER RIFLE SILHOUETTE TARGETS
Location: Washtenaw Sportsman's Club Small Bore Rifle Range
Firing Line: Eight (8) position covered firing line.
Eligibility: Open to anyone interested in Silhouette Shooting.
Time: Set-up 9:00; Sight-in 10:00; Match starts at 11:00 am
Entry Fees: Entries will be accepted on the day of the match starting at 9:00 am. Entry Fee for match is $5.00
Awards: Awards for the match will be posted before the match begins and the match results will be posted at the next match.
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Contact: Contact Larry Medler at (313) 292-3324 or by e-mail at silhouette@wsclub.org

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  • COURSE OF FIRE: Standard NRA Squadded 40-shot match; two 5-shot strings at each of the following: Chickens 40 meters, Pigs 60 meters, Turkeys 77 meters, and Rams 100 yards. All shooting is done from the standing position.
  • RULES & CLASSIFICATION: NRA Rules and Classification System will be followed, any exceptions will be posted and announced before the start of the match.
  • DISQUALIFICATION: Any competitor who fires a shot before the ready command will be disqualified from the match. Also second warning of a high muzzle above the horizontal will also be grounds for disqualification.
  • TIES: Ties will be broken in accordance to the NRA shoot-off rules.
  • COMPETITORS: Competitors will be required to perform scoring, target setting, range set-up, and range take-down duties.
  • PINS: Five and Ten-in-row pins will be awarded.
  • MEALS: There will be no lunch break or catering service provided.
  • EQUIPMENT: Any 22 caliber rifle may be used. Standard velocity ammunition only.
  • LIABILITY: Washtenaw Sportsman's Club and officers accept no liability for personal injury, theft, or property damage involving competitors, spectators, or target setters.

Facilities: 200 - 600 Yard Rifle Range
Open To Public: All Varminter and Wednesday 300/600 Yard Practices are open to the public. Number of entries is limited to 18 teams. You MUST pre-register 1 week prior to the match by calling Doug Hastings at (734) 996-5808.
Contact: varminter@wsclub.org Range Rules: Click Here to Download.
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Match Fee: $15.00 per person
Awards: Cash prizes for the first, second and third place teams.

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The Varminter Biathlon is a 2 person team event. The preferred equipment for this event is a hi-power rifle w/sling, bi-pod and scope. All firing is from the prone position. Course of fire requires 28 rounds of ammunition. Targets will be match targets or 6" balloons. Match runs from 10AM to 5PM.

Match Structure:

  • The teams are divided evenly into two groups. In each group there are two relays.
  • The first group of teams which are the first and second relays, assume positions at the firing line, the second group of teams which are the third and fourth relays, assume positions pulling targets.
  • The first relay begins at the 200 yard firing line and works back to the 600 yard firing line.
  • One member of each team is in the first relay, the other team member is in the second relay.
  • The first relay team member fires while the second relay team member spot and gives him/her wind information.
  • The second relay commences at the 600 yard firing line and works up to the 200 yard firing line. The team member from the first relay spots and gives wind information and the second relay team member fires.
  • After the first and second relays have completed firing all their shots, they change positions with the third and fourth relay group and pull targets as the third and fourth relay groups move to the 200  yard firing line.
  • The third and fourth relay groups begin firing at the 200 yard firing line and work toward match completion in the same manner as the first and second relays.
  • The team with the highest combined score is the match winner.

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Cost: Cost $5.00 per match.
Contact: Chuck Morgan, 734-645-3197 or email cmorgan2002@comcast.net
Awards: TBD

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Fridays for 10 weeks beginning Mid-June, with firing both morning and afternoon allowing participation by both day and afternoon shift workers. Make-up dates will be provided for severe storms or other Cancellations.

Two leagues, Rimfire and Centerfire, Shooters may participate in either or both.

Both will have an actual and handicap component. Handicaps will be based on the average of all accumulated fired scores to date and will be calculated at 80% of the difference between the average and the 600 point possible score.

Shoot aheads may be fired and used for any match that may be missed. They can be used for any match after they are fired in the event a participant can’t attend on the regular league date.

Any sights except Lasers or others which project on the target.

Course of fire – 60 Rounds made up of:
  • Slow fire 2 – 10 shot strings, 10 minutes per string.
  • Timed fire 4 – 5 shot strings, 20 Seconds per string.
  • Rapid fire 4 – 5 shot strings, 10 Seconds per string.
Matches to be fired at 50 Feet on Standard targets for that distance.
Banquet TBD.