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A cornerstone of shooting in Orange County was lost on 4/6/11 with the passing of Dennis Serpi.
|Dennis ran Master Class Shooting Supply in Monroe, NY. On his bad day he was a better shooter than most people and was always willing to help new shooters and old shooters who knew much less than he did. Dennis first opened a store and I was Member #2, dated 4/17/03, when Dennis opened up the range. Dennis was a great help to me as he was to many people. Dennis passed away after a short illness.|
Dennis and Alice at a Friends of the NRA Dinner
|Our deepest sympathies are with Alice and Dennis's family at this time of grieving.|
JOHN MOSES BROWNING
This match combines BULLSEYE, STEEL
PLATES, COMBAT COURSE AND MOVING TARGET.
ANY HANDGUN BY
The John Browning is a match probably unequalled anywhere. It is a collection of four unique shooting disciplines rolled together with equal opportunities for all, whether you’re a bullseye shooter, a combat shooter, a plate shooter or an action shooter you can a find a game to excel in. Your total course of fire consists of a 30 round national match bullseye course fired at 25 yds. A 20 plate steel plate match with 5 plates at 10 yds, 5 plates at 15 yds, 5 plates at 20 yds and 5 plates at 25 yds. A 30 round combat course fired from the holster at 7 and 15 yds. A running man or “mover” at 25 yds finishes the game.
Firearms & Equipment:
Any safe, centerfire handgun may be used. A safe holster and at least 3 mags or 2 speed loaders will be needed. 30 rounds will be needed for bullseye, 20 rounds for plates, 30 rounds for combat and 10 rounds for the mover.
Catagories and Classes:
Two categories will be formed; Iron sites and optic sites, however, as the rules for bullseye allow any sites, all competitors may use either iron or optic sites for bullseye. In all cases, shooters must use one pistol for the Combat, Steel, and Mover stages and that pistol decides whether you’re iron or optic for the match. ( 2 guns may be used to complete the match). Within each category the Lewis System will be used to form up to 3 classes. A minimum of 10 shooters in a category will be required to form a “B” Class and a minimum of 18 shooters to form a “C” class. In the event of an uneven number of shooters in either category, the lowest class will be enlarged first as required.
COURSE OF FIRE
Bullseye: 10 Rounds slow
fire in 5 minutes
10 Rounds timed fire; (2) 5 round strings, each in 20 seconds.
10 Rounds rapid fire; (2) 5 round strings, each in 10 seconds
NRA 25 yard targets, one hand hold 30 rounds, 300 points, any sites.
: Five 8” plates at each of four distances; 10,
15, 20,and 25 yards. Each bank will start with 5 rounds loaded, pistol
in low ready position. 15 points for each plate down. Total time used deducted
from plates down is your score.
20 rounds, 300 points.
Combat : Start position
is loaded holstered gun with 6 rounds (safeties on ) hands above shoulders
Stage “A” : B27 target at 7 yards. Target will begin in edged position and face the shooter for 3 seconds, fire 6 rounds. Target will edge for 3 seconds for reload, face again for 3 seconds, another 6 rounds.
Stage “B”: Same start position. B27 target at 15 yards. Barricade in position. 6 rounds kneeling without the barricade. 6 rounds standing left barricade left hand holding. 6 rounds right hand barricade right hand holding. Time 60 seconds.
30 rounds , 300 points.
MOVER : Starting with 5 rounds loaded, pistol in low ready position. Army “ L” 25 yard target moving approx. 30 feet in 6 seconds. 5 rounds moving left to right, 5 rounds moving right to left. 10 rounds, 100 points.
Scoring will be on the line by competitors. Fees, Times, and registration: Entry fee is $50 and must be prepaid to hold your spot. Relays will be at 9:00 AM, 11:00 am, 2:00 pm, and 4:00 pm. Because of the complexities of this match we must go on time or we screw up following relays. If you’re late you will be replaced with a stand by.
PRIZES AND AWARDS:
Awards for the top 2 positions in class A, B, and C of each category will be based on a 50 % payback and the top shooter in each category (optic or iron) will have their name added to the trophy plaque on display at Master Class. First place winners in each class will also receive wall plaques. ALIBIS: The bullseye stage allows for 1 alibi across the 30 round course as per NRA rules ( non shooting hand may not contact the firearm).
The steel match does not allow an alibi.
The combat match does not allow an alibi.
The mover will allow for 1 alibi across the 10 round course.
ALL FIREARMS SAFETY RULES WILL BE IN EFFECT AT ALL TIMES. NO HANDGUN WILL BE UNCASED OR OTHERWISE HANDLED UNLESS THE SHOOTER IS IN THE SHOOTING BOOTH !!! THE BENCH SEAT AREA IN THE RANGE IS NOT WHERE YOU UNCASE !!! AFTER THE LINE COMMAND TO LOAD AND HOLSTER (COMBAT STAGE) ALL SAFETIES IF EQUIPPED WILL BE ENGAGED. IF YOU SHOOT A 1911 OR CLONE THAT HAS A GRIP SAFETY DISENGAGED YOU WILL NOT SHOOT. HOLSTERS MUST BE HIP TYPE, NO SHOULDER RIGS ( I’M NOT HAVING YOUR MUZZLE LOOK ME IN THE EYE WHILE YOU DRAW !!) ANY SCORING DISAGREEMENTS WILL BE DECIDED BY THE CRO AND WILL BE FINAL.
LUNCH AND GREAT BAKED GOODIES WILL BE PROVIDED AS USUAL MASTER CLASS TRADITION
SO DIG IN AND ENJOY.
THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THIS MATCH IS TO HAVE GOOD SAFE FUN AND POSSIBLY KICK SOME BUTT IN THE PROCESS. SOME OF THE BEST IN THE GAME HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO SHOOT THIS MATCH AND HAVE DROPPED A PLATE, EATEN THE 15 POINTS, AND HANDED THE WIN TO THE SHOOTER WHO TOOK THEIR TIME AND EARNED THE WIN..
GOOD LUCK !!
Some stages requires holstering, drawing, and reloading a "live" pistol. We 're here to have fun but this is serious business. Exercise care and judgement at all times. We have a 100% safety record and we mean to keep it that way.