IBS 600 Yard competitions
are held throughout the summer.
Click below for the schedule and information.
Registration Form for the IBS
600 Yard Shooting and
Practice dates will be announced to members who have passed the training class. If you are interested in learning
more about shooting on the 600 yard range or would like to be notified of
the practice shooting times so you can observe contact Gray Giesfeldt 608-335-5833
Shooting on the 600 Yard Range from open benches is only allowed under the supervision of a
Range Safety Officer on pre-announced shooting or match dates.
Members who have qualified may shoot on the upper range tube range 8am to
sunset whenever the upper range is open. Be aware other events take place on the upper range
and it will be closed on occassion
the range rules for details
Anyone caught shooting on the 600 yard range
from the open benches any time other than a competition or Scheduled shooting date will
have thier membership revoked.
Long Range Qualification Class:
Next Long Range Qualification class will be on Sunday
August 5, 2018.
Items needs for class:
A notebook, pen, calculator for classroom.
A rifle capable of shooting 1 MOA (1"
at 100 yards) with a scope appropriate for shooting 350-600 yards. Scope
turrets should match the scope reticle.
Elevation chart for your rifle and ammo.
Email: Gray Giesfeldt
Contact Gray if you are interested in taking the long range training
Long Range Class
Long Range Class: What
Flyer for Balloon Shoot match July 20 &
21 & 22
Friday July 20th. 22 Limited Class, 8:00 am. Registration, 8 –
Saturday July 21st. Custom Classes, 8:00 am.
Registration, 8 – 11 practice, 11:30 Shooting
Sunday July 22nd. Factory Class, 8:00 am.
Registration, 8 – 11 practice, 11:30 Shooting
Payouts daily for completed matches. Lunch is available at range.
Factory Class: Factory stock, barrel, action and trigger. Blueprinting, timing and truing of actions permitted. Re-crowning of barrels permitted. Bedding of actions permitted. No other modifications permitted. No custom shop or specialty rifles (i.e. Cooper, Dakota, Bear, etc.)
22 Limited: Limited to calibers 22 or less, no other restrictions.
Custom Class: Restricted to 30 caliber or less, no other restrictions.
Shooting: Contestant, scorers, and spotters permitted on the firing line during relays. Top 10 scores go to the shoot off using the same balloons. Contestant and scorers only permitted on the firing line during shoot offs. 20 Minute relays. Ties broken by 5 shots for score at 600 yards. Entries limited to twice per class. $25.00 per entry. 50% of net income payout paid 5 places, 25%, 10%, 5%, 5%, and 5%.
Balloons: 4@350, 5@440, and 5@540: 14 balloons 17 rounds of ammo. 4” minimum balloon size. Balloons held in netting.
Form for Balloon Shoot
Release for Balloon Shoot
State Benchrest Championship
June 2nd , June 3rd , July 7th , August 4th , September 1st
be awarded for participation, small group, high score, and overall combined
winners for each class/series. Classes shall include A, B, and Factory.
Class A shall include anyone shooting 2 or more targets of 3” or less.
Class B will include competitors shooting targets greater than 3.00. Factory
class shall consist of factory produced rifles*. Custom shop rifles, Cooper,
40X, and similar rifles may compete in class A or B. Once a competitor has
achieved two or more targets of less than 3” they shall remain in class A
for the year. Notwithstanding they may compete in the Factory class. The
first series of targets shall be for rifles of 17 pounds or less (light
gun). The second series of targets shall be for any rifle that qualifies for
IBS, NBRSA, or Williamsport rules (light/heavy gun). The third series of
targets if needed, will be for factory class. Entry fees shall be $25 for
one gun, and $10 for each additional gun for CSA members, Non-member fees
shall be $35 for one gun and $10 for each additional gun. One point shall be
awarded for participation in Light Gun, Any Gun, and Factory classes. One
point shall be awarded for Small Group, High Score, and Overall in classes
A, B and Factory. Points will be awarded for each series of targets. A
Factory Gun may be shot in all classes. All Club IBS matches shot at
CSA are included for points earned. The State Championship will be awarded
at the last match of the year. *Rifles from manufactures producing 5,000 or
more rifles per year.
2019 Monday Night Long Range League
and Practice Match
Monday Nights at 5:30PM [March 11 – October 28]
The Long Range League and Practice match is open to CSA members and
non-members with Long Range
Training and experience.
is also open to CSA members and non-CSA members that do not have Long Range
experience shooting organized matches at ranges exceeding
500 yards but requires that a mentor
supervise each shooter. Space for
non-qualified shooters is subject to availability. Those without
experience MUST contact Jeff Western (Contact info below) to confirm enough
mentor(s) will be
available for inexperienced shooters.
will be competitive events including timed steel shot at all distances,
paper scoring at 400,
500 and 600 yards, Sniper Shoot and more. In
addition to the events, the league is open for those
that just want to
shoot paper and steel at their pleasure.
Equipment requirements are:
A rifle and ammunition combination that is capable of 1 MOA
scope with matching reticle and turrets (MOA or MIL) that are adjustable for
Ballistic information for the ammunition
A front rifle rest or bipod and rear bags for support
Rifle should be zeroed at 100 or 200 yards.
Fees: $5.00 for Members /
$15.00 for Non-Members
Every Week there will a competition
alternating between several formats. Including:
Target for Score - Paper
targets placed at: 400, 500 & 600 yards [pending conditions].
Five (5) shots per target, targets will be scored, miss = 0,
Max. =50 x 3= 150 total.
Unlimited sight in shots allowed (clay pigeons, golf balls at 600
and steel) at each distance.
Cold bore (no sight in rounds) timed steel shoot at 350, 400,
450, 500, 550 and 600 yards.
Maximum of 3 rounds at each distance.
Spotters/recorder assigned to help each shooter. Scoring
based on number of shots and total time.
**Details being developed**
All CSA Range / Safety Rules Apply. An RSO
will be on duty. If RSO isn’t available shooting will be done through
the “Tubes” by qualified members only.
Any firearm that is allowed by club rules
is allowed, no weight or optic limitations League Fees will be $5
members and $15 for non-members.
If you have questions about the Monday Night League Shoot, please
Gray Giesfeldt 608-335-5833