Durham Pistol & Rifle Club
3973 S. Jim Minor Road Haw River, NC 27258

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    • Thursday, January 06, 2022
    • Thursday, December 15, 2022
    • 24 sessions
    • Clubhouse

    DPRC's Venturing Crew is Crew 007.  We meet in the DPRC Clubhouse on the first and third Thursday of each Month from 6:30-8:30 PM.

    Venturing is an inclusive program through Scouts BSA for males and females aged 14-21 (or 13 and completed the 8th grade). It’s operated through Venturing Crews, units of youth and advisors that meet on set schedules and plan activities and events for youth like you!

    Learn some fast facts about Venturing!

    The Venturing program aims to enable young adults to:

    • Experience a program that is fun and full of challenge and adventure.
    • Acquire skills in our crew's specialty, shooting sports. 
    • Become a skilled training and program resource for other youth groups.
    • Experience positive leadership from adult and youth leaders and be given opportunities to take on leadership roles.
    • Learn to make ethical choices throughout their lives by instilling the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
    • Have a chance to learn and grow in a supportive, caring, and fun environment.
    Our leaders are NRA-certified instructors and Range Safety Officers.
    • Thursday, January 13, 2022
    • Thursday, December 08, 2022
    • 12 sessions
    • Clubhouse

    For more information contact John Book:  johnbook4570@gmail.com

    Air Rifle meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month in the clubhouse from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM.

    • Saturday, January 15, 2022
    • Saturday, December 17, 2022
    • 12 sessions
    • Clubhouse

    Board Meetings will take pace in the clubhouse from 9:00 to 11:30

    • Saturday, January 15, 2022
    • Saturday, December 17, 2022
    • 9 sessions
    • Clubhouse

    Membership Meetings will take pace in the clubhouse from 11:30 - 12:30

    The June Membership Meeting is an Officer Elections Meeting.  Food will be served.  Plan to arrive by 11:30.  There will be a cost of $5 per plate.  A separate event will be listed in the calendar for registration and payment.

    The Annual Meeting in February will start at Noon.  Plan to arrive by 11:30 to sign in, get a ballot, and get lunch.

    April Meeting -  TBD/TBA This meeting falls the day before Easter Sunday.  There is a possibility of a re-schedule or cancellation.

    There will be NO MEETING in October to allow clubhouse use for the Bullseye State Match.

    In Person and Zoom info to follow

    • Thursday, January 27, 2022
    • Thursday, December 22, 2022
    • 12 sessions
    • Clubhouse

    For more information contact John Book:  johnbook4570@gmail.com

    Air Rifle meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month in the clubhouse from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM.

    • Sunday, March 13, 2022
    • Sunday, December 11, 2022
    • 10 sessions
    • Range 0

    Precision Rimfire competitions are designed to provide a FUN, accessible, yet challenging rimfire precision match for both novice and experienced level shooters with varying types of rimfire rifles. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, Precision Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends.

    For more information, please go to the Precision Rimfire page located under the shooting Sports link on the DPRC website.


    December 11th event:

    Match will take place  from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM on the range.

    Luncheon will take place from 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM in the clubhouse


    Click here-----> Precision Rimfire



    • Saturday, May 21, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • CLUBHOUSE
    Register

    Members badge and gate card replacement event.

    Please select one of the available time slots.

    Members must bring their current ID and gate card to the event.

    Please bring your new gate card with you if one was mailed to you prior to your session. If you have lost the card, a replacement fee of $5 will be charged.

    If you do not attend a session, your new gate card will be turned off until your new badge has been issued.

    If you would like to save time at the event please submit your badge photo ahead of the event: https://form.jotform.com/220296893990167

    We may be able to print your badge and send it to you ahead of the event.
    • Sunday, May 22, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 7
    Register

    This Fun Shoot is open to club and non-club members.  Using single shot rifles like the “Springfield Trapdoor”, the 1874 Sharps, the Remington Rolling Blocks, Stevens, Ballards, Maynards, Winchester 1885 High Walls, etc.”, and of course reproductions of such representative of the 1860s to 1898.  There will also be separate divisions for lever guns, bolt and scoped rifles.   On lever and bolt guns ammo will be loaded one round at a time and fired one round at a time.

    Registration is $20.00

    The matches will be held on Range #7 and consist of steel and paper targets at 100, 200 and 300 yards. There will be 45 shots for score, with 30 shots on steel (1/2 scale NRA animals, chicken, pig, turkey and ram) and 15 shots on paper, with sighters on steel gongs and/or paper.

    Using Black Powder/ BP substitute or Smokeless powder (different divisions).   DUPLEX LOADS allowed as Smokeless, lead/lead alloy bullets, No jacketed bullets of any kind, No gas checks, No rear rifle bag/or rest allowed directly under the rifle stock.   Iron sights of the period and a scope class if participation warrants.  These will be of the period and/or reproductions on the single shot rifles.
    • Sunday, May 22, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Range 1

    Come out and have your (legally owned) suppressor tested using standard suppressor testing procedures, with state of the art test equipment. One of our members is generously setting this up with his own equipment and has experience doing these tests. This is a rare opportunity.

    This event is open to members and guests (normal guest rules apply).

    When: Sunday, May 22, 2022,  10AM-2PM

    Rain Date: Saturday, June 5, 2022 9AM-1PM

    Location: Range 1

    Registration: None - Show up and test your suppressor/host/ammo combo

    Cost – Free

    Match Director - Jim Pendergraft

    Contact Stan Mahaffey @ tooling@nc.rr.com with questions.

    Weather:

    • Clear weather is required. Rain will ruin the microphones.
    • We need low to moderate wind. >12 MPH is out of spec.

    Ammo requirements:

    • 20+ rounds per firearm/can combo. In a perfect world we only need 13 (3 unsuppressed, 10 suppressed), but things can go wrong so bring extra rounds for do-overs, etc.
    • It’s good to meter common ammo types so people can compare results more directly. While you can shoot anything you want, here are some recommendations:
      • CCI Std Vel is a good choice for .22 LR. It’s widely available and commonly used for metering.
      • For centerfire pistol Winchester White Box is also widely available and commonly used for metering. Generic Federal is used a lot too.
      • For handloads the bullet weight and power are useful data points.
      • Supersonic rounds are loud in any case so brand doesn’t matter so much.

    Metering protocol:

    • Be prepared to provide your suppressor make and model, host firearm make and model, barrel length if it’s non-standard, caliber, and ammo type.
    • We will follow MIL-Std-1474D, with one mic 1 meter to the left of the muzzle, 1.6 meters from the ground. We will also record left and right ear sound pressure levels so we’ll have three data points per shot.
    • The meters are all Larson-Davis 800Bs, with B&K 4938 mics. These have extremely fast rise times to capture the peaks.
    • While 30 shots are considered the minimum for most statistical purposes, experience has shown that 10 shots give similar results. 10 shots is also considerably faster and less expensive.
    • When the data are all tabulated and checked the results will be made available to everyone for free, probably via a Google Docs spreadsheet.

     


    • Saturday, May 28, 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • Sunday, May 29, 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Range 9

    Two-Day Tactical Course by Tier One Eagle Tactics

    Saturday, May 28, 2022 and Sunday, May 29, 2022, 0800-1700 each day.

    Course fee: $500; ten students maximum

    • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
    • Tactical Gun Handling - malfunctions, slidelock, speed and tactical reloads
    • Shooting on the Move
    • Rifle to Pistol Transition
    • Strong to Weak Shoulder Rifle Transition
    • Strong and Weak Hand Pistol shooting
    • Speed work - Trigger Manipulation and Reset Drills
    • Urban Rifle Work - barricade and confined space techniques

    Requirements: 

    • Gun Belt or CCW Holster
    • Magazine Holders for Pistol and Rifle
    • Rifle Sling
    • Rifle Optic
    • Eye and Ear Protection
    • Ammo - Rifle 800 rounds, Pistol 700 rounds

    For more info email Jimmy at T1EagleTactics@gmail.com.

    Instructor resume is at www.TierOneEagle.com


    • Saturday, May 28, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 1 all day.

    Students will be taught the basic firearms safety rules, safe pistol handling procedures to include loading and unloading, draw from the holster, and pistol presentation.

    Students will receive instruction on the basic fundamentals of pistol marksmanship at the start of the course, and learn to apply the fundamentals on bullseye targets.

    Students will drill emergency and tactical magazine reloads, while learning to clear stoppages and learning to work through immediate and remedial action drills.

    Students will next learn the concept of controlled pairs and failure to stop drills while engaging silhouette targets, as well as multiple target indexing.

    Students will also learn non-standard shooting positions and the uses of cover while shooting from concealed and/or covered positions using VTAC barricades, while discussing the differences between cover and concealment.

    Students are recommended to bring between 300-400 rounds of pistol ammunition.

    Classroom hours: 0

    Range hours: 8

    Expected students: 12 (4 shooters per firing order)

    Students gear requirement:

    -Eye protection

    -Ear protection

    -Pistol

    -Holster for pistol with acceptable belt for holster

    -Closed toe shoes

    -Dummy rounds

    -Bug protection

    -Food/snacks/water

    -Rain jacket

    • Saturday, May 28, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Clubhouse all day
    • 0
    Registration is closed

    Cost : $125.00   includes all books, materials and reloading components needed for the class

    Instructor:  Rick Miller

    Size: This course requires a min of 2 students and limited to 6 

    Course Description:

          This course teaches beginning re-loaders the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude to safely reload metallic cartridges. Course is 8 hours in length and is conducted in the DPRC clubhouse. Students will receive the NRA Guide to Reloading handbook , the Basic Reloading Student Exam, a course completion certificate, NRA Gun Safety Rules brochure and NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program Booklet.

    Skills Taught:

        Reloading Safety

        Center-fire Cartridge Components

        Usage of the Reloading Manual and Reloading Data

        Equipment Usage including press set up 

        Metallic Cartridge Reloading Process 

        You will reload several cartridges using the equipment, components and knowledge you have learned   

    To sign up you can register online or contact the instructor

    Rick Miller    919-616-1175      email: rickmiller227@gmail.com

    No firearms in the classroom !


    • Sunday, May 29, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 1 all day.
    • 9
    Register

    ·This class teaches additional practical applications for those who carry concealed handguns.  It's a great class for those with Concealed Carry handgun permits but limited  follow-up training.  It is NOT the class which qualifies you to obtain a NC Concealed Carry permit.

    ·This is a Level 2 class.  Successful completion of Practical Concealed Carry Level 1 or advance approval of the instructor is required to attend this class.

    ·PURPOSE: Provide the student with additional knowledge on which to build their skills in the art of self-defense with a handgun. Students will leave this course with an intermediate tool kit of drills and practical knowledge, to include weak hand shooting, unconventional shooting positions and shooting on the move.

    ·Topics: 

    • 1.    Safety Briefing
    • 2.    Range Commands
    • 3.    Class Philosophy - Mindset, Situational Awareness, training with purpose, efficiency. 
    • 4.    Review of weapons system choices
    • 5.    Fundamentals of Marksmanship - Stance, Grip, Sight Picture, Trigger Control, Recoil Management, Running the Slide, Press-Check
    • 6.    Drawing from concealment and safe re-holstering
    • 7.    Dry-fire and Live-fire drills, including  
    • a.     Ammunition Management - tactical and emergency reloads. 
    • b.    Recoil Management
    • c.     Malfunction Clearing
    • d.    Weak hand shooting
    • e.    Multiple target engagement
    • f.     Unconventional shooting positions
    • g.    Use of cover and concealment
    • h.    Shooting on the move
    • 8.    Debrief/After-Action Discussion

    ·REQUIREMENTS:

    • 1.    An open mind, willingness to take instruction and the ability to challenge pre-conceived notions we’ve all learned from YouTube instructors and Hollywood.  This course teaches only practical, real-world techniques.
    • 2.    A functional, compact or duty-sized semi-automatic handgun with at least three (3) magazines (Glock 19 or larger).  Subcompact (Glock 26, SIG P938) handguns or revolvers are permitted, but discouraged, as you will spend likely more time loading magazines than shooting.  If shooting a subcompact, at least six (6) magazines are recommended.
    • 3.    A strong-side holster with a sturdy belt and multiple-magazine carrier.  Appendix carry, small of back, cross-draw, purses, belly bands and shoulder holsters will not be permitted in this class; however, all these forms of carry will be discussed.  It is more efficient and safer to teach the class with everyone using the same gear.  For safety reasons, no holsters with active retention (SERPA holsters) will be permitted.  A molded Kydex holster manufactured specifically for your model of firearm is highly recommended, but leather holsters are also acceptable.  If you are in doubt, please contact the instructor prior to class.
    • 4.    At least four hundred hundred (400) rounds of factory-loaded, copper-jacketed ammunition.  No reloaded ammunition or steel-core (armor piercing) rounds are permitted.
    • 5.    Red-dot optics are permitted (and in fact encouraged).  Red dot sights should be sighted in at ten (10) yards prior to class.  If you have questions about how to properly sight-in your optic, contact the instructor prior to class.
    • 6.    Weather conditions are often rapidly changing in North Carolina, so please dress appropriately and in layers.  Class is held rain or shine, as you cannot pick the weather for your gunfight.
    • 7.    A packed lunch is recommended – food options are limited in the DPRC area and lunch will be held to a strict 1-hour time limit.
    • 8.    Water, lots of it.  Hydration is important, as this will be an active class.
    • DPRC Member $175.00
    • DPRC Non-Member $200.00

    Contact Information:

    Keith Rugh

    NRA-Certified Range Safety Officer

    NRA-Certified Instructor for Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun

    Rughster Tactical Training, LLC

    keith@rughstertacticaltraining.com

    (336) 675-4953

    • Saturday, June 04, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Range 7

    All matches to take place on Range 7.

    All DPRC HP matches are CMP sanctioned matches, so all scores are reported to the CMP.

    Entry:

    Please sign up thru practiscore.com:

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/dprc_hp_and_gsm_matches

    Walk-ups are welcome.  Priorities are given to those who pre-registered.  Entries are limited to 20 shooters per match. 

    Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience. hurricanes7@hotmail.com

    $25.00 for club and non-club members.

    $20.00 for juniors.

    Check-in starts at 8:00 AM.   

    Safety Brief at 8:30 AM.   

    Sight in time starts at 8:45 AM.

    Match begins at 9:00 AM.

    80-Shot High Power course of fire:

    ** There will be “ONE” sight-in period prior to the start of the match.

    20 Shots standing/offhand in 20 min.

    10 Shots Rapid Sitting, from position, in 60 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 60 sec.  Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    10 Shots Rapid Prone, from position, in 70 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 70 sec. Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    20 Shots slow prone in 20 min.

    Matches usually run until approximately 2:00 PM.

    Eligibility:

    Competition is open to the public.  Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience.

    Equipment:

    Required Equipment: Hearing protection; eye protection. Rifle and ammunition.

    Highly Recommended Equipment:  It is desirable but not mandatory that each shooter consider Long sleeve shirt and long pants, hat, sunscreen, shooting mat or carpet (about 3′ x 6′), ammo for practice, food and drink.

    Directions to club and amenities

    ·Visit Contact page to get driving directions

    ·Download printable driving directions from Greensboro / Raleigh

    ·Soft drinks and Snacks are available for purchase in the clubhouse. 

    ·Restrooms are available in the clubhouse.

    Match Director

    ·Contact Dan Warren with any questions

    hurricanes7@hotmail.com


    • Saturday, June 04, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ranges 1, 3, 4 and 5
    • 60
    Registration is closed

    Registration will open two weeks prior to each event.

    The Women of Steel meet monthly on the 1st Saturday.  We offer a wonderful time of learning and practice with other women to help you feel more confident handling and shooting your gun. Our aim is to help you be strong, prepared, and trained with your handgun.  Join us on the 1st Saturday of each month from 9 to noon for this event. You do not have to be a DPRC member to attend!


    Check-in opens at 8:30 AM and closes at 9 AM. We will meet at the Club House. Don’t be late!

    • Saturday, June 04, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Archery Range
    • 25
    Registration is closed

    Axe throwing match

    $10.00 Entry fee to be paid at the start of event.

    New for 2022. We are now including 4 games per match. There is new scoring for the kill shots to make it a little more rewarding for novice throwers. After singles, we will have 2 doubles matches and for bragging rights we are introducing a kill shot shoot-out where each person will take 5 shots to crown the Kill Shot Champion.

    Equipment: Match director has equipment available for loan to try out this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own equipment max 17” handle, 2 ½ lbs, 4” bit.

    Open to all members and non members.

    Check in at 9:30am. Safety briefing at 9:50am. Axes in the air at 10:00am

    Thank you,

    Craig Hall

    For additional information please contact Craig Hall at dprc.axes@gmail.com



    • Sunday, June 05, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Range 1

    Come out and have your (legally owned) suppressor tested using standard suppressor testing procedures, with state of the art test equipment. One of our members is generously setting this up with his own equipment and has experience doing these tests. This is a rare opportunity.

    This event is open to members and guests (normal guest rules apply).

    When: Sunday, May 22, 2022,  10AM-2PM

    Rain Date: Saturday, June 5, 2022 9AM-1PM

    Location: Range 1

    Registration: None - Show up and test your suppressor/host/ammo combo

    Cost – Free

    Match Director - Jim Pendergraft

    Contact Stan Mahaffey @ tooling@nc.rr.com with questions.

    Weather:

    • Clear weather is required. Rain will ruin the microphones. The rain date is May 28.
    • We need low to moderate wind. >12 MPH is out of spec.

    Ammo requirements:

    • 20+ rounds per firearm/can combo. In a perfect world we only need 11 (1 unsuppressed, 10 suppressed), but things can go wrong so bring extra rounds for do-overs, etc.
    • It’s good to meter common ammo types so people can compare results more directly. While you can shoot anything you want, here are some recommendations:
      • CCI Std Vel is a good choice for .22 LR. It’s widely available and commonly used for metering.
      • For centerfire pistol Winchester White Box is also widely available and commonly used for metering. Generic Federal is used a lot too.
      • For handloads the bullet weight and power are useful data points.
      • Supersonic rounds are loud in any case so brand doesn’t matter so much.

    Metering protocol:

    • Be prepared to provide your suppressor make and model, host firearm make and model, barrel length if it’s non-standard, caliber, and ammo type.
    • We will follow MIL-Std-1474D, with one mic 1 meter to the left of the muzzle, 1.6 meters from the ground. We will also record left and right ear sound pressure levels so we’ll have three data points per shot.
    • The meters are all Larson-Davis 800Bs, with B&K 4938 mics. These have extremely fast rise times to capture the peaks.
    • While 30 shots are considered the minimum for most statistical purposes, experience has shown that 10 shots give similar results. 10 shots is also considerably faster and less expensive.
    • When the data are all tabulated and checked the results will be made available to everyone for free, probably via a Google Docs spreadsheet.

     


    • Saturday, June 11, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Ranges 0, 1, 3, 4, and 5

    2-Gun Rimfire competitions are designed to be fun and safe shooting matches for the entire family. Incorporating both .22 LR pistols and rifles, courses of fire are created with safety as the top priority, but feature fun scenarios that meet any shooter’s skill level. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, 2-Gun Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends. 

    All match info and signup can be found at 

    dprc.wildapricot.org/DPRC2gunrimfire

    or like us on Facebook for up to date events 

    facebook.com/dprc2gun/

    Match signup found here 

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/durham-pistol-and-rifle-club


    • Saturday, June 18, 2022
    • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Clubhouse
    Register

    Plan to arrive by 11:00 to get your lunch. 

    Lunch will be $5 per plate.  Meal includeentrée, 2 sides and dessert.  Refunds will not be issued for no shows.

    Please register for and pay for your meal no later than June 13th.  If do not register and pay,  we cannot guarantee you a meal.


    This year we will be voting for President and Secretary

    Incumbent - President:  Jim Young

    Incumbent - Secretary:  Kim Draluck


    • Saturday, June 18, 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • CLUBHOUSE
    Register

    Members badge and gate card replacement event.

    Please select one of the available time slots.

    Members must bring their current ID and gate card to the event.

    Please bring your new gate card with you if one was mailed to you prior to your session. If you have lost the card, a replacement fee of $5 will be charged.

    If you do not attend a session, your new gate card will be turned off until your new badge has been issued.

    If you would like to save time at the event please submit your badge photo ahead of the event: https://form.jotform.com/220296893990167

    We may be able to print your badge and send it to you ahead of the event.
    • Sunday, June 19, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Range 2 and Clubhouse
    • 10
    Register

    The clubhouse will be in use ALL DAY during this event.  

    North Carolina Shooting Sports Games and NRA Regional Match.   EIC, 22 Rimfire EIC & (NRA) DR relays will be held after completion of the 2700.   This is an NRA Registered match.   There will NOT be any sight in practice session before the match.

    As part of the North Carolina Shooting Sports Games, gold, silver, and bronze medals will be awarded in each classification.   A gold medal will be awarded to high woman, high junior, high senior, high grand senior, and high 22 only.

    Lunch will be served to registered competitors.

    **Range 2 from 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

    **Clubhouse from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

    • Saturday, June 25, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 6. Clubhouse in AM.
    • Clubhouse will be used from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.
    • United States Concealed Carry Association training on defensive handgun.
    • This training is not going to make you the best shooter on a well lit, air-conditioned lane at the local range. Rather, it is designed to to help you quickly develop fundamental skills that you can apply in the context of a worse case scenario.

    What To Bring

    • Handgun
    • Ammunition - 300 rounds
    • Extra Magazines - 2
    • Eye & Ear Protection
    • Holster
    • Range Bag
    • Magazine Pouch - 1
    • Close-toed Shoes
    • Rain Gear
    • Sunscreen
    • Thick Belt
    • Lunch
    • Water / Beverage
    • Bug Spray
    • Cost is $120. 
    • Class will start in the clubhouse from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

    • Then the class will move to Range 6 for the rest of the day.  Dress for the weather.

    • The eLearning is an additional cost so the total cost is $150. It is explained when the prospective students get to the course description. With the eLearning they get a book and access to video before and after the training.

    To sign up, use this link: https://training.usconcealedcarry.com.  

    Enter a local zip code and the class should be the first one listed.

    Or contact USCCA-certified Instructor Mike Gilmore at mdgilmore79@msn.com or 984-364-0629 (text and voice)


    • Sunday, June 26, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 9
    • 10
    Register

    ·This class teaches practical applications for those who want to become more familiar with their carbine weapon system. 

    ·PURPOSE: Provide the student with foundational knowledge on which to build their skills in the art of self-defense with a carbine. Students will leave this course as educated beginners with a tool kit of drills and practical knowledge on which to practice and build up their proficiency.

    ·Topics: 

    • 1.    Safety Briefing
    • 2.    Range Commands
    • 3.    Class Philosophy - Mindset, Situational Awareness, training with purpose, efficiency. 
    • 4.    Understanding your Weapon System
    • 5.    Use and selection of slings
    • 6.    Fundamentals of Marksmanship - Stance, Grip, Sight Picture, Trigger Control, Recoil Management, Running the Slide, Press-Check
    • 7.    Dry-fire and Live-fire drills, including 
    • a.     Understanding “battlefield zero” and use of optics 
    • b.    Ammunition Management - tactical and emergency reloads. 
    • c.     Recoil Management
    • d.    Malfunction Clearing
    • 8.    Debrief/After-Action Discussion

    ·REQUIREMENTS:

    • 1.    An open mind, willingness to take instruction and the ability to challenge pre-conceived notions we’ve all learned from YouTube instructors and Hollywood.  This course teaches only practical, real-world techniques.
    • 2.    A functional carbine rifle, typically of the AR-15, AK-47 or comparable pistol-caliber carbine (such as a CZ Scorpion).  This class is based upon the AR-15 platform, but techniques can be adapted to other weapons systems.
    • 3.    A sturdy sling fitted to your rifle.  Single point, 2-point and 3-point slings are acceptable, but a 2-point sling is preferred and will be used as the teaching model for the class.  A “Vickers” style 2-point sling is the preferred sling for this class.
    • 4.    At least four hundred (400) rounds of factory-loaded, brass-cased and copper-jacketed ammunition.  No reloaded ammunition or steel-core (armor piercing) rounds are permitted (we will be shooting steel targets).  Steel-cased ammunition is not recommended for the AR-15 platform, as it has a tendency to jam if your rifle is not clean.  Please double-check your ammunition if you are using the AK-47 platform – the vast majority of 7.62x39mm ammo is steel core (including the “bi-metal” kind) and cannot be used on steel targets.
    • 5.    Red-dot and magnified optics are permitted (and in fact encouraged).  All optics should be sighted in at twenty-five (25) yards prior to class.  If you have questions about how to properly sight-in your optic, contact the instructor prior to class.  Back-up iron sights are recommended, but not required.
    • 6.    Weather conditions are often rapidly changing in North Carolina, so please dress appropriately and in layers.  Class is held rain or shine, as you cannot pick the weather for your gunfight.  Please be aware that red-dot optics are rendered mostly useless when they are wet, so back-up irons are strongly recommended if you have a red-dot.
    • 7.    A packed lunch is recommended – food options are limited in the DPRC area and lunch will be held to a strict 1-hour time limit.
    • 8.    Water, lots of it.  Hydration is important, as this will be an active class.
    • DPRC Member:  $175.00
    • Non-Member:  $200.00

    Contact Information:

    Keith Rugh

    NRA-Certified Range Safety Officer

    NRA-Certified Instructor for Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun

    Rughster Tactical Training, LLC

    keith@rughstertacticaltraining.com

    (336) 675-4953


    • Sunday, June 26, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 7
    Registration is closed

    This Fun Shoot is open to club and non-club members.  Using single shot rifles like the “Springfield Trapdoor”, the 1874 Sharps, the Remington Rolling Blocks, Stevens, Ballards, Maynards, Winchester 1885 High Walls, etc.”, and of course reproductions of such representative of the 1860s to 1898.  There will also be separate divisions for lever guns, bolt and scoped rifles.   On lever and bolt guns ammo will be loaded one round at a time and fired one round at a time.

    Registration is $20.00

    The matches will be held on Range #7 and consist of steel and paper targets at 100, 200 and 300 yards. There will be 45 shots for score, with 30 shots on steel (1/2 scale NRA animals, chicken, pig, turkey and ram) and 15 shots on paper, with sighters on steel gongs and/or paper.

    Using Black Powder/ BP substitute or Smokeless powder (different divisions).   DUPLEX LOADS allowed as Smokeless, lead/lead alloy bullets, No jacketed bullets of any kind, No gas checks, No rear rifle bag/or rest allowed directly under the rifle stock.   Iron sights of the period and a scope class if participation warrants.  These will be of the period and/or reproductions on the single shot rifles.
    • Saturday, July 02, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ranges 1, 3, 4 and 5
    • 60
    Registration is closed

    Registration will open two weeks prior to each event.

    The Women of Steel meet monthly on the 1st Saturday.  We offer a wonderful time of learning and practice with other women to help you feel more confident handling and shooting your gun. Our aim is to help you be strong, prepared, and trained with your handgun.  Join us on the 1st Saturday of each month from 9 to noon for this event. You do not have to be a DPRC member to attend!


    Check-in opens at 8:30 AM and closes at 9 AM. We will meet at the Club House. Don’t be late!

    • Saturday, July 02, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Archery Range
    • 25
    Registration is closed

    Axe throwing match

    $10.00 Entry fee to be paid at the start of event.

    New for 2022. We are now including 4 games per match. There is new scoring for the kill shots to make it a little more rewarding for novice throwers. After singles, we will have 2 doubles matches and for bragging rights we are introducing a kill shot shoot-out where each person will take 5 shots to crown the Kill Shot Champion.

    Equipment: Match director has equipment available for loan to try out this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own equipment max 17” handle, 2 ½ lbs, 4” bit.

    Open to all members and non members.

    Check in at 9:30am. Safety briefing at 9:50am. Axes in the air at 10:00am

    Thank you,

    Craig Hall

    For additional information please contact Craig Hall at dprc.axes@gmail.com



    • Saturday, July 09, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Ranges 0, 1, 3, 4, and 5

    2-Gun Rimfire competitions are designed to be fun and safe shooting matches for the entire family. Incorporating both .22 LR pistols and rifles, courses of fire are created with safety as the top priority, but feature fun scenarios that meet any shooter’s skill level. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, 2-Gun Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends. 

    All match info and signup can be found at 

    dprc.wildapricot.org/DPRC2gunrimfire

    or like us on Facebook for up to date events 

    facebook.com/dprc2gun/

    Match signup found here 

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/durham-pistol-and-rifle-club


    • Saturday, July 16, 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • CLUBHOUSE
    Register

    Members badge and gate card replacement event.

    Please select one of the available time slots.

    Members must bring their current ID and gate card to the event.

    Please bring your new gate card with you if one was mailed to you prior to your session. If you have lost the card, a replacement fee of $5 will be charged.

    If you do not attend a session, your new gate card will be turned off until your new badge has been issued.

    If you would like to save time at the event please submit your badge photo ahead of the event: https://form.jotform.com/220296893990167

    We may be able to print your badge and send it to you ahead of the event.
    • Sunday, July 17, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 2
    • 29
    Register

    An NRA Precision Pistol match is a three aggregate match, with 90 shots fired during each aggregate. One aggregate is fired with a .22 rimfire, one with any centerfire 32 caliber or larger, and one with a .45 caliber pistol.  Most competitors use two pistols, one .22 rimfire and one .45 ACP 1911-style, to shoot the entire match.  New competitors often us a 22 for the entire match to get the feel for how things work.  Most use semi-automatic pistols but revolvers can also be used. Slow fire will be at 50 yards using B-6 targets.  Timed and rapid fire will be at 25 yards on turning targets using B-8 targets.   Competitors may fire only one or two of the aggregates if time or physical constraints make this a better option.

    Sight in and practice begins at 9:45AM and the match begins 10:00.   This is an NRA Approved match.

    • Saturday, July 23, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Classroom 8:00 - 5:30. Range 6 12:00 - 5:30
    Register

    Instructor:  Eric Starr

    Cost:  $100.00

    We will use the Clubhouse and Range 6 for this class.

    The NC Concealed Carry class will include 8 hours of instruction plus a shooting qualification. 

    Enter the DPRC property and come to the clubhouse.  We will begin at 8am. 

    Please bring your own lunch and any drinks or snack you wish to have for the day. 

    This class will end sometime between 5-6pm. 

    For the shooting qualification you will need a handgun plus at least 40 rounds of ammunition. 

    If you need to use my firearm and ammunition then there will be an extra charge of $20.


    • Saturday, July 23, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Range 7

    All matches to take place on Range 7.

    All DPRC HP matches are CMP sanctioned matches, so all scores are reported to the CMP.

    Entry:

    Please sign up thru practiscore.com:

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/dprc_hp_and_gsm_matches

    Walk-ups are welcome.  Priorities are given to those who pre-registered.  Entries are limited to 20 shooters per match. 

    Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience. hurricanes7@hotmail.com

    $25.00 for club and non-club members.

    $20.00 for juniors.

    Check-in starts at 8:00 AM.   

    Safety Brief at 8:30 AM.   

    Sight in time starts at 8:45 AM.

    Match begins at 9:00 AM.

    80-Shot High Power course of fire:

    ** There will be “ONE” sight-in period prior to the start of the match.

    20 Shots standing/offhand in 20 min.

    10 Shots Rapid Sitting, from position, in 60 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 60 sec.  Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    10 Shots Rapid Prone, from position, in 70 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 70 sec. Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    20 Shots slow prone in 20 min.

    Matches usually run until approximately 2:00 PM.

    Eligibility:

    Competition is open to the public.  Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience.

    Equipment:

    Required Equipment: Hearing protection; eye protection. Rifle and ammunition.

    Highly Recommended Equipment:  It is desirable but not mandatory that each shooter consider Long sleeve shirt and long pants, hat, sunscreen, shooting mat or carpet (about 3′ x 6′), ammo for practice, food and drink.

    Directions to club and amenities

    ·Visit Contact page to get driving directions

    ·Download printable driving directions from Greensboro / Raleigh

    ·Soft drinks and Snacks are available for purchase in the clubhouse. 

    ·Restrooms are available in the clubhouse.

    Match Director

    ·Contact Dan Warren with any questions

    hurricanes7@hotmail.com


    • Sunday, July 24, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Clubhouse: 9-11. Range 5: 11-5
    • 10
    Registration is closed
    • This class teaches practical applications for those who carry concealed handguns.  It's a great class for those with new Concealed Carry handgun permits but no follow-up training.  It is NOT the class which qualifies you to obtain a NC Concealed Carry permit.
    • PURPOSE: Provide the student with foundational knowledge on which to build their skills in the art of self-defense with a handgun. Students will leave this course as educated beginners with a tool kit of drills and practical knowledge on which to practice and build up their proficiency.

    • Topics: 

    1. 1. Safety Briefing
    2. 2. Range Commands
    3. 3. Class Philosophy - Mindset, Situational Awareness, training with purpose, efficiency. 
    4. 4. Understanding your Weapon System
    5. 5. Fundamentals of Marksmanship - Stance, Grip, Sight Picture, Trigger Control, Recoil Management, Running the Slide, Press-Check
    6. 6. Drawing from holster and safe re-holstering
    7. 7. Dry-fire and Live-fire drills, including  
    8.      a. Ammunition Management - tactical and emergency reloads. 
    9.      b. Recoil Management
    10.      c. Malfunction Clearing
    11. 8.  Debrief/After-Action Discussion
    • REQUIREMENTS:
    1. An open mind, willingness to take instruction and the ability to challenge pre-conceived notions we’ve all learned from YouTube instructors and Hollywood.  This course teaches only practical, real-world techniques.
    2. A functional, compact or duty-sized semi-automatic handgun with at least five (5) magazines (Glock 19 or larger).  No subcompact (Glock 26, SIG P938) handguns or revolvers permitted.
    3. A strong-side holster with a sturdy belt and multiple-magazine carrier.  Appendix carry, small of back, cross-draw, purses, belly bands and shoulder holsters will not be permitted in this class; however, all these forms of carry will be discussed.  It is more efficient and safer to teach the class with everyone using the same gear.  For safety reasons, no holsters with active retention (SERPA holsters) will be permitted.  A molded Kydex holster manufactured specifically for your model of firearm is highly recommended, but leather holsters are also acceptable.  If you are in doubt, please contact the instructor prior to class.
    4. At least three hundred (300) rounds of factory-loaded, copper-jacketed ammunition.  No reloaded ammunition or steel-core (armor piercing) rounds are permitted.
    5. Red-dot optics are permitted (and in fact encouraged).  Red dot sights should be sighted in at ten (10) yards prior to class.  If you have questions about how to properly sight-in your optic, contact the instructor prior to class.
    6. Weather conditions are often rapidly changing in North Carolina, so please dress appropriately and in layers.  Class is held rain or shine, as you cannot pick the weather for your gunfight.
    7. A packed lunch is recommended – food options are limited in the DPRC area and lunch will be held to a strict 1-hour time limit.
    8. Water, lots of it.  Hydration is important, as this will be an active class.
    • DPRC Members:  $125. 00
    • DPRC Non-Member:  $150.00
    • Contact Instructor Keith Rugh at keithrugh@gmail.com or (336) 675-4953 with any questions.

    Keith is a native of Phoenixville, PA and moved to NC in 1992 for college.  Keith is a lifelong shooting enthusiast with a passion to teach others how to responsibly practice this sport and defend themselves.

    Qualifications:

    • NRA-Certified Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer
    • Graduate of NRA Basic Pistol, NRA Outside the Home Basic Self-Defense, NRA Outside the Home Advanced Self-Defense and Yavapai Training Academy (Alaska Tactical) Defensive Handgun Level 1.
    • Volunteer Instructor and RSO for Durham Pistol and Rifle Club’s “Women of Steel” training class for four (4) years.
    • Sunday, July 24, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 7
    Registration is closed

    This Fun Shoot is open to club and non-club members.  Using single shot rifles like the “Springfield Trapdoor”, the 1874 Sharps, the Remington Rolling Blocks, Stevens, Ballards, Maynards, Winchester 1885 High Walls, etc.”, and of course reproductions of such representative of the 1860s to 1898.  There will also be separate divisions for lever guns, bolt and scoped rifles.   On lever and bolt guns ammo will be loaded one round at a time and fired one round at a time.

    Registration is $20.00

    The matches will be held on Range #7 and consist of steel and paper targets at 100, 200 and 300 yards. There will be 45 shots for score, with 30 shots on steel (1/2 scale NRA animals, chicken, pig, turkey and ram) and 15 shots on paper, with sighters on steel gongs and/or paper.

    Using Black Powder/ BP substitute or Smokeless powder (different divisions).   DUPLEX LOADS allowed as Smokeless, lead/lead alloy bullets, No jacketed bullets of any kind, No gas checks, No rear rifle bag/or rest allowed directly under the rifle stock.   Iron sights of the period and a scope class if participation warrants.  These will be of the period and/or reproductions on the single shot rifles.
    • Saturday, July 30, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Clubhouse and Range 6

    Cost: $165.00

    Registration opening and closing dates TBD

    Registration limited to 6 students. 

    Registration is first-come first-served.

    Chief Instructor: Tony Benedict

    Assistant Instructor: Rick Miller

    Email Tony for registration:  bulldogg67@hotmail.com


    The NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting course covers the following topics:

    Basic Firearm Safety      

    Safe Firearm Storage     

    Pistol Parts and How They Work

    Semi-Automatic Pistol Parts and How They Work             

    Operating Double and Single Action Semi-Automatic Pistols

    Revolver Parts and How They Work

    Operating Double and Single Action Revolvers 

    Ammunition Fundamentals 

    Popular Pistol Cartridges

    Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting

    Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting Position

    Different Shooting Positions      

    Common Pistol Shooting Errors

    Clearing Common Pistol Stoppages

    Selecting Pistols, Ammunition, and Accessories

    Cleaning and Maintaining Your Pistol

    Pistol Shooting Activities and Skill Development

     

    The cost will be $165.00/student (plus processing fee). Included in the cost is:

     

    -The class

    -NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting book (students keep)

    -Pistol and ammo provided for live fire (.22 caliber)

    -Eye protection and hearing protection

    -Use of the range


    • Saturday, August 06, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Range 0

    Tournament type: This is an informal match.  Scores will not be reported to any sanctioning body.

    Participants limited to 12.  


    Entry fee: $10.00 for juniors, club and non-club members.


    Waiver:  Waivers will need to be signed the day of the event.


    Awards: In lieu of awards, match proceeds, after expenses, will be donated to a Junior Rifle or Pistol Program.


    Check-in and registration:  8:00 AM.    Safety Brief:  8:45 AM.    Match begins:  9:00 AM.


    Tournament date(s) 2 April - 6 August – 5 November  - 3 December 2022


    Preregistration:    https://practiscore.com/clubs/mini_palma_dprc. Squadding preference is given to those preregistered.


    Contact:  Joel King, the match director, via email at mini.palma.dprc@gmail.com with any questions.


    Location & directions to range: 3973 S. JIM MINOR ROAD HAW RIVER, NC 27258


    Visit https://dprc.wildapricot.org/Contact for driving directions. If you arrive before the access gate is open, please wait at the gate.

    Amenities: Restrooms are available in the clubhouse, Handicap accessible Port-a-Johns at the range.All matches to take place on Range 0.  The RANGES tab on the club home page https://dprc.wildapricot.org/  shows the location of Range 0.

    Competition is open to any eligible competitor - you need not be a member of the NRA, CMP or Durham Pistol and Rifle Club. Non-members must sign a liability waiver either as part of the on-line registration or at the match. Walk-ups are welcome. Priorities are given to those who pre-registered. Entries are limited to 12 competitors, per relay. Disabled competitors who cannot shoot from the prone position are accommodated by two benches. Eye and ear protection and Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) are required.


    Any Rules not specifically addressed in the match program; the NRA Smallbore Rifle rules govern. Spotting scopes are authorized for all categories. Competitors may use wind indicating devices at the firing line. The match director will direct the placement of wind flags downrange. Depending on the number of competitors, scoring will occur after each stage or after the final stage. Competitors will score a neighboring target.


    Mini-Palma course of fire

    Competitors with either score targets following each stage or will be allocated a block time of 63 minutes to complete all stages before scoring to accommodate firing more than one relay.


    Stage 1: 3 minutes prep time, unlimited sighters, then 15 shots for record from prone on an 800-yard target (reduced to 100). Once the shooter decides to shoot for record, they may no longer shoot sighters in this stage. 23 min. total time


    Stage 2: 3 minutes prep time, 2 sighters, then 15 shots for record from prone on a 900-yard target (reduced to 100). Total 20 min.


    Stage 3: 3 minutes prep time, 2 sighters, then 15 shots for record from prone on a 1000-yard target (reduced to 100). Total 20 min.

    Rifle/Shooter categories:

    TARGET: LR-S Mini-PALMA for all categories.

    PALMA CLASS: Palma Class rifles in .22 caliber LR (Long Rifle) rim-fire. Shooter is required to utilize the prone sling position as described in the NRA Rules for Smallbore competition. Iron sights only: Open sights or aperture (peep) sights. No rifle support is allowed.


    F-CLASS T/R: Rifles and Equipment as stated in the NRA F-Class T/R rules, except ammunition must be .22 caliber LR (rim-fire). Rifle may have iron sights or scope installed, a bi-pod may be attached to the rifle for support, and a rear support bag is authorized. Bi-pods are the ONLY allowed front support in F-Class T/R.


    F-CLASS OPEN: Rifles and Equipment as stated in the NRA F-Class Open rules, except ammunition must be .22 caliber LR (rim-fire). Rifle may have iron sights or scope installed. Shooters may use any front and/or rear rifle supporting device not attached to the rifle. Bi-pods are not allowed. A rear support bag is authorized.

    • Saturday, August 06, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ranges 1, 3, 4 and 5
    • 60
    Registration is closed

    Registration will open two weeks prior to each event.

    The Women of Steel meet monthly on the 1st Saturday.  We offer a wonderful time of learning and practice with other women to help you feel more confident handling and shooting your gun. Our aim is to help you be strong, prepared, and trained with your handgun.  Join us on the 1st Saturday of each month from 9 to noon for this event. You do not have to be a DPRC member to attend!


    Check-in opens at 8:30 AM and closes at 9 AM. We will meet at the Club House. Don’t be late!

    • Saturday, August 06, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Archery Range
    • 25
    Registration is closed

    Axe throwing match

    $10.00 Entry fee to be paid at the start of event.

    New for 2022. We are now including 4 games per match. There is new scoring for the kill shots to make it a little more rewarding for novice throwers. After singles, we will have 2 doubles matches and for bragging rights we are introducing a kill shot shoot-out where each person will take 5 shots to crown the Kill Shot Champion.

    Equipment: Match director has equipment available for loan to try out this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own equipment max 17” handle, 2 ½ lbs, 4” bit.

    Open to all members and non members.

    Check in at 9:30am. Safety briefing at 9:50am. Axes in the air at 10:00am

    Thank you,

    Craig Hall

    For additional information please contact Craig Hall at dprc.axes@gmail.com



    • Friday, August 12, 2022
    • 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    • Ranges 0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 9, and Clubhouse

    2-Gun Rimfire competitions are designed to be fun and safe shooting matches for the entire family. Incorporating both .22 LR pistols and rifles, courses of fire are created with safety as the top priority, but feature fun scenarios that meet any shooter’s skill level. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, 2-Gun Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends. 

    All match info and signup can be found at 

    dprc.wildapricot.org/DPRC2gunrimfire

    or like us on Facebook for up to date events 

    facebook.com/dprc2gun/

    Match signup found here 

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/durham-pistol-and-rifle-club


    • Saturday, August 13, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Ranges 0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 9. Clubhouse from 2:00 - 4:30 PM

    2-Gun Rimfire competitions are designed to be fun and safe shooting matches for the entire family. Incorporating both .22 LR pistols and rifles, courses of fire are created with safety as the top priority, but feature fun scenarios that meet any shooter’s skill level. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, 2-Gun Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends. 

    All match info and signup can be found at 

    dprc.wildapricot.org/DPRC2gunrimfire

    or like us on Facebook for up to date events 

    facebook.com/dprc2gun/

    Match signup found here 

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/durham-pistol-and-rifle-club


    • Sunday, August 21, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 2
    • 28
    Register

    An NRA Precision Pistol match is a three aggregate match, with 90 shots fired during each aggregate. One aggregate is fired with a .22 rimfire, one with any centerfire 32 caliber or larger, and one with a .45 caliber pistol.  Most competitors use two pistols, one .22 rimfire and one .45 ACP 1911-style, to shoot the entire match.  New competitors often us a 22 for the entire match to get the feel for how things work.  Most use semi-automatic pistols but revolvers can also be used. Slow fire will be at 50 yards using B-6 targets.  Timed and rapid fire will be at 25 yards on turning targets using B-8 targets.   Competitors may fire only one or two of the aggregates if time or physical constraints make this a better option.

    Sight in and practice begins at 9:45AM and the match begins 10:00.   This is an NRA Approved match.

    • Saturday, August 27, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Clubhouse and Range 6
    Register

    This is the model course from the North Carolina Justice Academy that is required for citizens of North Carolina to obtain a Concealed Carry Handgun Permit  

    • Cost is $100.00 and must be paid in advance 

    • The classroom portion will be held in the club house 

    • Students must be proficient in firearm handling. This is not a new shooter class. 

    • You will need a handgun and (50) rounds of factory-loaded, copper-jacketed ammunition. No reloaded ammunition or steel-core (armor piercing) rounds are permitted. Extra magazines are helpful. 

    • The course includes 8 hours of classroom training, followed by a written test, then a shooting qualification on the firing range. 

    • Class is limited to 8 students

    • To sign up you can register online or contact the instructor

     

    Rick Miller

    919-616-1175 

    rickmiller227@gmail.com

     

    This course will explain to the student the aspects of the North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun law as it applies to the rights of the citizen to carry a concealed handgun and to teach and apply the fundamentals of safety and basic marksmanship fundamentals

    At the end of this course, the student will be able to perform the following objectives in accordance with the information received during the instructional period:

    • Demonstrate proficiency in safe handling of the handgun to include loading, unloading, storing or securing, and firing the handgun

    • Identify the places that handguns may not be carried even with a CCH permit

    • Identify the major parts of the revolver or semi-automatic pistol

    • Demonstrate proficiency in marksmanship fundamentals

    • Explain the provisions under North Carolina Common Law in which the use of deadly physical force would be justifiable



    • Saturday, August 27, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 1 all day.
    • 10
    Registration is closed

    ·This class teaches additional practical applications for those who carry concealed handguns.  It's a great class for those with Concealed Carry handgun permits but limited  follow-up training.  It is NOT the class which qualifies you to obtain a NC Concealed Carry permit.

    ·This is a Level 2 class.  Successful completion of Practical Concealed Carry Level 1 or advance approval of the instructor is required to attend this class.

    ·PURPOSE: Provide the student with additional knowledge on which to build their skills in the art of self-defense with a handgun. Students will leave this course with an intermediate tool kit of drills and practical knowledge, to include weak hand shooting, unconventional shooting positions and shooting on the move.

    ·Topics: 

    • 1.    Safety Briefing
    • 2.    Range Commands
    • 3.    Class Philosophy - Mindset, Situational Awareness, training with purpose, efficiency. 
    • 4.    Review of weapons system choices
    • 5.    Fundamentals of Marksmanship - Stance, Grip, Sight Picture, Trigger Control, Recoil Management, Running the Slide, Press-Check
    • 6.    Drawing from concealment and safe re-holstering
    • 7.    Dry-fire and Live-fire drills, including  
    • a.     Ammunition Management - tactical and emergency reloads. 
    • b.    Recoil Management
    • c.     Malfunction Clearing
    • d.    Weak hand shooting
    • e.    Multiple target engagement
    • f.     Unconventional shooting positions
    • g.    Use of cover and concealment
    • h.    Shooting on the move
    • 8.    Debrief/After-Action Discussion

    ·REQUIREMENTS:

    • 1.    An open mind, willingness to take instruction and the ability to challenge pre-conceived notions we’ve all learned from YouTube instructors and Hollywood.  This course teaches only practical, real-world techniques.
    • 2.    A functional, compact or duty-sized semi-automatic handgun with at least three (3) magazines (Glock 19 or larger).  Subcompact (Glock 26, SIG P938) handguns or revolvers are permitted, but discouraged, as you will spend likely more time loading magazines than shooting.  If shooting a subcompact, at least six (6) magazines are recommended.
    • 3.    A strong-side holster with a sturdy belt and multiple-magazine carrier.  Appendix carry, small of back, cross-draw, purses, belly bands and shoulder holsters will not be permitted in this class; however, all these forms of carry will be discussed.  It is more efficient and safer to teach the class with everyone using the same gear.  For safety reasons, no holsters with active retention (SERPA holsters) will be permitted.  A molded Kydex holster manufactured specifically for your model of firearm is highly recommended, but leather holsters are also acceptable.  If you are in doubt, please contact the instructor prior to class.
    • 4.    At least four hundred hundred (400) rounds of factory-loaded, copper-jacketed ammunition.  No reloaded ammunition or steel-core (armor piercing) rounds are permitted.
    • 5.    Red-dot optics are permitted (and in fact encouraged).  Red dot sights should be sighted in at ten (10) yards prior to class.  If you have questions about how to properly sight-in your optic, contact the instructor prior to class.
    • 6.    Weather conditions are often rapidly changing in North Carolina, so please dress appropriately and in layers.  Class is held rain or shine, as you cannot pick the weather for your gunfight.
    • 7.    A packed lunch is recommended – food options are limited in the DPRC area and lunch will be held to a strict 1-hour time limit.
    • 8.    Water, lots of it.  Hydration is important, as this will be an active class.
    • DPRC Member $175.00
    • DPRC Non-Member $200.00

    Contact Information:

    Keith Rugh

    NRA-Certified Range Safety Officer

    NRA-Certified Instructor for Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun

    Rughster Tactical Training, LLC

    keith@rughstertacticaltraining.com

    (336) 675-4953

    • Sunday, August 28, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 6. Clubhouse in AM.
    • Clubhouse will be used from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.
    • United States Concealed Carry Association training on defensive handgun.
    • This training is not going to make you the best shooter on a well lit, air-conditioned lane at the local range. Rather, it is designed to to help you quickly develop fundamental skills that you can apply in the context of a worse case scenario.

    What To Bring

    • Handgun
    • Ammunition - 300 rounds
    • Extra Magazines - 2
    • Eye & Ear Protection
    • Holster
    • Range Bag
    • Magazine Pouch - 1
    • Close-toed Shoes
    • Rain Gear
    • Sunscreen
    • Thick Belt
    • Lunch
    • Water / Beverage
    • Bug Spray
    • Cost is $120. 
    • Class will start in the clubhouse from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

    • Then the class will move to Range 6 for the rest of the day.  Dress for the weather.

    • The eLearning is an additional cost so the total cost is $150. It is explained when the prospective students get to the course description. With the eLearning they get a book and access to video before and after the training.

    To sign up, use this link: https://training.usconcealedcarry.com.  

    Enter a local zip code and the class should be the first one listed.

    Or contact USCCA-certified Instructor Mike Gilmore at mdgilmore79@msn.com or 984-364-0629 (text and voice)


    • Saturday, September 03, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ranges 1, 3, 4 and 5
    • 60
    Registration is closed

    Registration will open two weeks prior to each event.

    The Women of Steel meet monthly on the 1st Saturday.  We offer a wonderful time of learning and practice with other women to help you feel more confident handling and shooting your gun. Our aim is to help you be strong, prepared, and trained with your handgun.  Join us on the 1st Saturday of each month from 9 to noon for this event. You do not have to be a DPRC member to attend!


    Check-in opens at 8:30 AM and closes at 9 AM. We will meet at the Club House. Don’t be late!

    • Saturday, September 03, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Archery Range
    • 25
    Registration is closed

    Axe throwing match

    $10.00 Entry fee to be paid at the start of event.

    New for 2022. We are now including 4 games per match. There is new scoring for the kill shots to make it a little more rewarding for novice throwers. After singles, we will have 2 doubles matches and for bragging rights we are introducing a kill shot shoot-out where each person will take 5 shots to crown the Kill Shot Champion.

    Equipment: Match director has equipment available for loan to try out this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own equipment max 17” handle, 2 ½ lbs, 4” bit.

    Open to all members and non members.

    Check in at 9:30am. Safety briefing at 9:50am. Axes in the air at 10:00am

    Thank you,

    Craig Hall

    For additional information please contact Craig Hall at dprc.axes@gmail.com



    • Saturday, September 10, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Range 7

    All matches to take place on Range 7.

    All DPRC HP matches are CMP sanctioned matches, so all scores are reported to the CMP.

    Entry:

    Please sign up thru practiscore.com:

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/dprc_hp_and_gsm_matches

    Walk-ups are welcome.  Priorities are given to those who pre-registered.  Entries are limited to 20 shooters per match. 

    Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience. hurricanes7@hotmail.com

    $25.00 for club and non-club members.

    $20.00 for juniors.

    Check-in starts at 8:00 AM.   

    Safety Brief at 8:30 AM.   

    Sight in time starts at 8:45 AM.

    Match begins at 9:00 AM.

    80-Shot High Power course of fire:

    ** There will be “ONE” sight-in period prior to the start of the match.

    20 Shots standing/offhand in 20 min.

    10 Shots Rapid Sitting, from position, in 60 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 60 sec.  Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    10 Shots Rapid Prone, from position, in 70 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 70 sec. Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    20 Shots slow prone in 20 min.

    Matches usually run until approximately 2:00 PM.

    Eligibility:

    Competition is open to the public.  Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience.

    Equipment:

    Required Equipment: Hearing protection; eye protection. Rifle and ammunition.

    Highly Recommended Equipment:  It is desirable but not mandatory that each shooter consider Long sleeve shirt and long pants, hat, sunscreen, shooting mat or carpet (about 3′ x 6′), ammo for practice, food and drink.

    Directions to club and amenities

    ·Visit Contact page to get driving directions

    ·Download printable driving directions from Greensboro / Raleigh

    ·Soft drinks and Snacks are available for purchase in the clubhouse. 

    ·Restrooms are available in the clubhouse.

    Match Director

    ·Contact Dan Warren with any questions

    hurricanes7@hotmail.com


    • Saturday, September 10, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Ranges 0, 1, 3, 4, and 5

    2-Gun Rimfire competitions are designed to be fun and safe shooting matches for the entire family. Incorporating both .22 LR pistols and rifles, courses of fire are created with safety as the top priority, but feature fun scenarios that meet any shooter’s skill level. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, 2-Gun Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends. 

    All match info and signup can be found at 

    dprc.wildapricot.org/DPRC2gunrimfire

    or like us on Facebook for up to date events 

    facebook.com/dprc2gun/

    Match signup found here 

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/durham-pistol-and-rifle-club


    • Sunday, September 18, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 2
    • 27
    Register

    An NRA Precision Pistol match is a three aggregate match, with 90 shots fired during each aggregate. One aggregate is fired with a .22 rimfire, one with any centerfire 32 caliber or larger, and one with a .45 caliber pistol.  Most competitors use two pistols, one .22 rimfire and one .45 ACP 1911-style, to shoot the entire match.  New competitors often us a 22 for the entire match to get the feel for how things work.  Most use semi-automatic pistols but revolvers can also be used. Slow fire will be at 50 yards using B-6 targets.  Timed and rapid fire will be at 25 yards on turning targets using B-8 targets.   Competitors may fire only one or two of the aggregates if time or physical constraints make this a better option.

    Sight in and practice begins at 9:45AM and the match begins 10:00.   This is an NRA Approved match.

    • Wednesday, September 21, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Clubhouse

    Sheepdog Response's Tactical Trauma Response Care course was developed by our team of experts. We spend a lot of time on scenarios and training under stress.  This course is 2 full days (16 hours).

    This course is open to anyone. No experience is necessary, and no medical equipment is required for this course.  All training gear will be provided to you during the course. Get some of the best hands-on training in the world.  This new course is heavily based on hands-on, real-world training scenarios.

    Learn how to properly apply a tourniquet, pack a wound,  use a pressure dressing, and much, much more.  We bring you our years of experience on the battlefield, as well as here inside the United States treating trauma patients.  Some of the scenarios for this course will be heavily based on active shooter situations, including school/workplace shootings.

    Sign up at:  https://sheepdogresponse.com

    • Thursday, September 22, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Clubhouse

    Sheepdog Response's Tactical Trauma Response Care course was developed by our team of experts. We spend a lot of time on scenarios and training under stress.  This course is 2 full days (16 hours).

    This course is open to anyone. No experience is necessary, and no medical equipment is required for this course.  All training gear will be provided to you during the course. Get some of the best hands-on training in the world.  This new course is heavily based on hands-on, real-world training scenarios.

    Learn how to properly apply a tourniquet, pack a wound,  use a pressure dressing, and much, much more.  We bring you our years of experience on the battlefield, as well as here inside the United States treating trauma patients.  Some of the scenarios for this course will be heavily based on active shooter situations, including school/workplace shootings.

    Sign up at:  https://sheepdogresponse.com


    • Friday, September 23, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Range 1

    Carbine 1 is Sheepdog’s Weapons Training Carbine course. This Carbine course is open to anyone, including Civilians.

    What You’ll Learn

    • We will cover the education of ancillary equipment selection and set up for carbine operations to include loading, firing, reducing malfunctions and clearing procedures of a carbine as they are critical elements of this instruction.
    • Practice marksmanship and zeroing techniques and procedures.
    • Shoot, move, utilize cover all with physical and mental stress applications.

    Sign up at sheepdogresponse.com


    • Friday, September 23, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Clubhouse

    This Sheepdog Response Protector 1 course is customized for Ladies only.  It will be taught over three days:

    Session 1 is a discussion of Situational Awareness, taught indoors in the classroom on 9/23..

    Sessions 2 and 3 are Pistol fundamentals, taught on 9-24 and 9-25 on DPRC's Range 1. 

    How many times in the last month have you looked down at your phone or checked the news only to see another robbery, kidnapping, or shooting?


    We face threats of violence every day, ranging from large-scale terrorism to one-on-one assaults. Most people are unprepared, unequipped, and untrained to respond effectively.

    Most people sign up for martial arts or weapons training expecting to learn realistic self-defense, and few get it.

    That’s why we’ve developed the Protector 1 curriculum to address the skills you need to successfully respond to these threats.

    Are you prepared to save your life … and the lives of others?

    Sign up at sheepdogresponse.com



    • Saturday, September 24, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Classroom 8:00 - 5:30. Range 6 12:00 - 5:30

    Instructor:  Clay Revels

    We will use the Clubhouse and Range 6 for this class.

    Information and details:  TBD/TBA.

    • Saturday, September 24, 2022
    • 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 1

    This Sheepdog Response Protector 1 course is customized for Ladies only.  It will be taught over three days:

    Session 1 is a discussion of Situational Awareness, taught indoors in the classroom on 9/23.

    Sessions 2 and 3 are Pistol fundamentals, taught on 9-24 and 9-25 on DPRC's Range 1. 

    How many times in the last month have you looked down at your phone or checked the news only to see another robbery, kidnapping, or shooting?

    We face threats of violence every day, ranging from large-scale terrorism to one-on-one assaults. Most people are unprepared, unequipped, and untrained to respond effectively.

    Most people sign up for martial arts or weapons training expecting to learn realistic self-defense, and few get it.

    That’s why we’ve developed the Protector 1 curriculum to address the skills you need to successfully respond to these threats.

    Are you prepared to save your life … and the lives of others?

    Sign up at sheepdogresponse.com



    • Sunday, September 25, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Clubhouse: 9-11. Range 3: 11-5
    • 10
    Registration is closed
    • This class teaches practical applications for those who carry concealed handguns.  It's a great class for those with new Concealed Carry handgun permits but no follow-up training.  It is NOT the class which qualifies you to obtain a NC Concealed Carry permit.
    • PURPOSE: Provide the student with foundational knowledge on which to build their skills in the art of self-defense with a handgun. Students will leave this course as educated beginners with a tool kit of drills and practical knowledge on which to practice and build up their proficiency.

    • Topics: 

    1. 1. Safety Briefing
    2. 2. Range Commands
    3. 3. Class Philosophy - Mindset, Situational Awareness, training with purpose, efficiency. 
    4. 4. Understanding your Weapon System
    5. 5. Fundamentals of Marksmanship - Stance, Grip, Sight Picture, Trigger Control, Recoil Management, Running the Slide, Press-Check
    6. 6. Drawing from holster and safe re-holstering
    7. 7. Dry-fire and Live-fire drills, including  
    8.      a. Ammunition Management - tactical and emergency reloads. 
    9.      b. Recoil Management
    10.      c. Malfunction Clearing
    11. 8.  Debrief/After-Action Discussion
    • REQUIREMENTS:
    1. An open mind, willingness to take instruction and the ability to challenge pre-conceived notions we’ve all learned from YouTube instructors and Hollywood.  This course teaches only practical, real-world techniques.
    2. A functional, compact or duty-sized semi-automatic handgun with at least five (5) magazines (Glock 19 or larger).  No subcompact (Glock 26, SIG P938) handguns or revolvers permitted.
    3. A strong-side holster with a sturdy belt and multiple-magazine carrier.  Appendix carry, small of back, cross-draw, purses, belly bands and shoulder holsters will not be permitted in this class; however, all these forms of carry will be discussed.  It is more efficient and safer to teach the class with everyone using the same gear.  For safety reasons, no holsters with active retention (SERPA holsters) will be permitted.  A molded Kydex holster manufactured specifically for your model of firearm is highly recommended, but leather holsters are also acceptable.  If you are in doubt, please contact the instructor prior to class.
    4. At least three hundred (300) rounds of factory-loaded, copper-jacketed ammunition.  No reloaded ammunition or steel-core (armor piercing) rounds are permitted.
    5. Red-dot optics are permitted (and in fact encouraged).  Red dot sights should be sighted in at ten (10) yards prior to class.  If you have questions about how to properly sight-in your optic, contact the instructor prior to class.
    6. Weather conditions are often rapidly changing in North Carolina, so please dress appropriately and in layers.  Class is held rain or shine, as you cannot pick the weather for your gunfight.
    7. A packed lunch is recommended – food options are limited in the DPRC area and lunch will be held to a strict 1-hour time limit.
    8. Water, lots of it.  Hydration is important, as this will be an active class.
    • DPRC Members:  $125. 00
    • DPRC Non-Member:  $150.00
    • Contact Instructor Keith Rugh at keithrugh@gmail.com or (336) 675-4953 with any questions.

    Keith is a native of Phoenixville, PA and moved to NC in 1992 for college.  Keith is a lifelong shooting enthusiast with a passion to teach others how to responsibly practice this sport and defend themselves.

    Qualifications:

    • NRA-Certified Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer
    • Graduate of NRA Basic Pistol, NRA Outside the Home Basic Self-Defense, NRA Outside the Home Advanced Self-Defense and Yavapai Training Academy (Alaska Tactical) Defensive Handgun Level 1.
    • Volunteer Instructor and RSO for Durham Pistol and Rifle Club’s “Women of Steel” training class for four (4) years.
    • Sunday, September 25, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 7
    Registration is closed

    This Fun Shoot is open to club and non-club members.  Using single shot rifles like the “Springfield Trapdoor”, the 1874 Sharps, the Remington Rolling Blocks, Stevens, Ballards, Maynards, Winchester 1885 High Walls, etc.”, and of course reproductions of such representative of the 1860s to 1898.  There will also be separate divisions for lever guns, bolt and scoped rifles.   On lever and bolt guns ammo will be loaded one round at a time and fired one round at a time.

    Registration is $20.00

    The matches will be held on Range #7 and consist of steel and paper targets at 100, 200 and 300 yards. There will be 45 shots for score, with 30 shots on steel (1/2 scale NRA animals, chicken, pig, turkey and ram) and 15 shots on paper, with sighters on steel gongs and/or paper.

    Using Black Powder/ BP substitute or Smokeless powder (different divisions).   DUPLEX LOADS allowed as Smokeless, lead/lead alloy bullets, No jacketed bullets of any kind, No gas checks, No rear rifle bag/or rest allowed directly under the rifle stock.   Iron sights of the period and a scope class if participation warrants.  These will be of the period and/or reproductions on the single shot rifles.
    • Sunday, September 25, 2022
    • 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 1

    This Sheepdog Response Protector 1 course is customized for Ladies only.  It will be taught over three days:

    Session 1 is a discussion of Situational Awareness, taught indoors in the classroom on 9/23.

    Sessions 2 and 3 are Pistol fundamentals, taught on 9-24 and 9-25 on DPRC's Range 1. 

    How many times in the last month have you looked down at your phone or checked the news only to see another robbery, kidnapping, or shooting?

    We face threats of violence every day, ranging from large-scale terrorism to one-on-one assaults. Most people are unprepared, unequipped, and untrained to respond effectively.

    Most people sign up for martial arts or weapons training expecting to learn realistic self-defense, and few get it.

    That’s why we’ve developed the Protector 1 curriculum to address the skills you need to successfully respond to these threats.

    Are you prepared to save your life … and the lives of others?

    Sign up at sheepdogresponse.com



    • Saturday, October 01, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Clubhouse, Range 2

    New Member Orientation

    • Saturday, October 01, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Ranges 1, 3, 4 and 5
    • 60
    Registration is closed

    Registration will open two weeks prior to each event.

    The Women of Steel meet monthly on the 1st Saturday.  We offer a wonderful time of learning and practice with other women to help you feel more confident handling and shooting your gun. Our aim is to help you be strong, prepared, and trained with your handgun.  Join us on the 1st Saturday of each month from 9 to noon for this event. You do not have to be a DPRC member to attend!


    Check-in opens at 8:30 AM and closes at 9 AM. We will meet at the Club House. Don’t be late!

    • Saturday, October 01, 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Archery Range
    • 25
    Registration is closed

    Axe throwing match

    $10.00 Entry fee to be paid at the start of event.

    New for 2022. We are now including 4 games per match. There is new scoring for the kill shots to make it a little more rewarding for novice throwers. After singles, we will have 2 doubles matches and for bragging rights we are introducing a kill shot shoot-out where each person will take 5 shots to crown the Kill Shot Champion.

    Equipment: Match director has equipment available for loan to try out this event. Participants are welcome to bring their own equipment max 17” handle, 2 ½ lbs, 4” bit.

    Open to all members and non members.

    Check in at 9:30am. Safety briefing at 9:50am. Axes in the air at 10:00am

    Thank you,

    Craig Hall

    For additional information please contact Craig Hall at dprc.axes@gmail.com



    • Saturday, October 08, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Range 7

    All matches to take place on Range 7.

    All DPRC HP matches are CMP sanctioned matches, so all scores are reported to the CMP.

    Entry:

    Please sign up thru practiscore.com:

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/dprc_hp_and_gsm_matches

    Walk-ups are welcome.  Priorities are given to those who pre-registered.  Entries are limited to 20 shooters per match. 

    Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience. hurricanes7@hotmail.com

    $25.00 for club and non-club members.

    $20.00 for juniors.

    Check-in starts at 8:00 AM.   

    Safety Brief at 8:30 AM.   

    Sight in time starts at 8:45 AM.

    Match begins at 9:00 AM.

    80-Shot High Power course of fire:

    ** There will be “ONE” sight-in period prior to the start of the match.

    20 Shots standing/offhand in 20 min.

    10 Shots Rapid Sitting, from position, in 60 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 60 sec.  Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    10 Shots Rapid Prone, from position, in 70 sec. Fired 2 then 8 in 70 sec. Repeated for a total of 20 shots.

    20 Shots slow prone in 20 min.

    Matches usually run until approximately 2:00 PM.

    Eligibility:

    Competition is open to the public.  Please contact match director prior to registering if you have no match experience.

    Equipment:

    Required Equipment: Hearing protection; eye protection. Rifle and ammunition.

    Highly Recommended Equipment:  It is desirable but not mandatory that each shooter consider Long sleeve shirt and long pants, hat, sunscreen, shooting mat or carpet (about 3′ x 6′), ammo for practice, food and drink.

    Directions to club and amenities

    ·Visit Contact page to get driving directions

    ·Download printable driving directions from Greensboro / Raleigh

    ·Soft drinks and Snacks are available for purchase in the clubhouse. 

    ·Restrooms are available in the clubhouse.

    Match Director

    ·Contact Dan Warren with any questions

    hurricanes7@hotmail.com


    • Saturday, October 08, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Ranges 0, 1, 3, 4, and 5

    2-Gun Rimfire competitions are designed to be fun and safe shooting matches for the entire family. Incorporating both .22 LR pistols and rifles, courses of fire are created with safety as the top priority, but feature fun scenarios that meet any shooter’s skill level. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, 2-Gun Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends. 

    All match info and signup can be found at 

    dprc.wildapricot.org/DPRC2gunrimfire

    or like us on Facebook for up to date events 

    facebook.com/dprc2gun/

    Match signup found here 

    https://practiscore.com/clubs/durham-pistol-and-rifle-club


    • Saturday, October 15, 2022
    • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Range 2 and Clubhouse
    • 23
    Register

    The clubhouse will be in use ALL DAY on BOTH days during this event.  

    North Carolina Service Pistol Championship AND 22 Rimfire Championship.   There will be two 900 aggregate matches run simultaneously using any CMP legal service pistol and ammo or 22 Rimfire EIC pistol and ammo.    You may shoot using either a service pistol or a 22, but not both.   This is being done to accommodate the increased interest in the 22 Rimfire distinguished matches and give the option to shoot a 900 aggregate match using either gun to prepare for the EIC relays to be held immediately following.   Awards will be given in both matches.

       EIC, 22 Rimfire EIC, and (NRA) DR relays will be held after the match.   These distinguished relays will be combined with relays fired after the NC State Championship match on Sunday.   You may fire in these matches either day, but NOT on both days.

    There will NOT be any sight in practice session before the match.

       ** Starts at 1pm**
    • Sunday, October 16, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Range 2 and Clubhouse
    • 17
    Register