Once a month we hold an outdoor bowling pin shoot. 2 shooters compete against each other to clear their table of 5 pins first.
Shooters have 30 seconds and are allowed a maximum of 20 rounds to shoot each relay. Magazines are limited to 10 rounds (you can use magazines that have more capacity just load 10 rounds max).
Revolvers and semi-autos handguns as well as pistol-caliber carbines (PCCs) may be used for this event. Caliber is .22 LR up to .44 Magnum.
Event is open to the public and cost is $5.
Starts at 9am and goes to noon. Normally it is on the second Saturday of each month but please check the website calendar as this may change due to other club activities.
We offer a Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) High Power Military shoot on our 100yd range with reduced NRA targets.
Bring your military style bolt action or semi-auto rifle with 60 rounds of ammunition. Red dots and scopes up to 4.5x magnification are allowed.
Course of fire is slow fire offhand, sitting rapid fire, prone rapid fire, and prone slow fire. The event cost is $10 and is open to the public. Club rifles and ammo are available to club members. We’ve got a lot of experienced guys who love to teach new shooters so come on out and bring a friend!
Course of Fire:
Shoots: Second Sundays of March through November
Download the NRA High Power Rifle rule book here.
We have 2 teams in the William Penn Pistol League: Red Rose and Mount Joy.
The season runs from September through April. Matches are Wednesday nights starting at 7:00pm. Cost is $5.00.
Our Mount Joy team practices on Sundays at 1:00pm.
Our Red Rose team practices Fridays at 7:00pm.
Think you might be interested? Contact one of the people below –or come to one of our practices.
If you decide to join, you will need a .22 caliber revolver or semi-auto pistol. If you are thinking of buying one, stop by one of our practices and we’ll show you the guns we use.
Course of Fire (all one-handed)
Each shot is worth 10 points and a total possible score is 600.
The top five shooters from each team are considered the gold team for the evening and the match is decided by their aggregate score.
The five next highest shooters are considered the blue team and their points for the evening are scored the same. These scores are accumulated over 27 matches to determine the best Gold and Blue club teams for the season.
Shooters may shoot two handed but their scores do not count toward team aggregates for each match. This allows new shooters or those with physical limitations to enjoy the camaraderie unique to the shooting sports.
For information contact:
Mount Joy captain — Alex Pierce: email@example.com
Mount Joy captain — Art Best II: firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Rose captain — Paul Castellano: email@example.com
Come on out and share in the fun!
Visit the league website for additional information: http://wppl.us/