Pioneer Sportsmen Steel Challenge
Our mission is to provide a venue for Steel Challenge (SCSA) shooting and matches and to promote safe, fair and fun participation in Steel Shooting competition. Pioneer’s outdoor shooting bays are well suited for steel challenge stages and we have first-class equipment that allow us to offer up to eight standard Steel Challenge stages at every match. We’re known for our capable, experienced and friendly staff.
Steel challenge is a unique shooting discipline in many ways. The simple and consistent layout combined with a mostly stationary shooter and multiple strings is well suited to shooters of all ages and levels. In addition, the many divisions offered means that virtually any style gun may be used for competition as long as they are rim fire or pistol caliber. Each division is scored separately so shooters can directly compare themselves with their peers. Although the stages are rather simple, the goal is to shoot each stage as quickly as possible and even the quickest and most experienced shooters continue to strive to overcome their limitations and improve their performance.
Matches are typically held the first Saturday of every month April through November.
2017 Match Schedule
Note: Match and Range specific rule (violation subject to match DQ):
Cold range; empty magazine well and no rounds in chamber.
Please observe PSI range rule of muzzle direction kept below top of berms, even when reloading.
New match policies and procedures for 2017:
Pre-registration and early registration only. No walk-ons after start of match.
Pre-registration and scores at Practiscore.com
On-site registration and payment from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM on match day
Assigned and roaming squads (based on gun count instead of shooter count)
Multiple guns/runs allowed; please register with each gun/run on Practiscore.com on same squad.
Match fees (all guns/runs): $15 for PSI members, $20 for non-members, juniors (under 18 on first day of match) shoot free
Staff shoots from 8:15 AM to 9:45 AM
Safety briefing at 9:45 AM and match begins at 10:00 AM
Four to eight stages depending on match (typically five)
Scores will be uploaded to USPSA and count toward shooter classification (if SCSA/USPSA member)
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