Prone shooting is the old school style of competition shooting with a 146-year history.  Yes, you read that right, 146 years. Prone shooting, which is often called Sling Shooting, is fired from a prone position using only a shooting jacket and sling.  No other support is allowed.  We shoot with both scopes and iron sights.  The most popular calibers are the 7mm (284 Winchester) and 6mm calibers such as .243 and 6xc.  .308 is also popular and is the only caliber allowed in International competition.  

F Class is divided into 2 disciplines, F\TR and F Open.  Both are shot in the prone position.  F/TR is limited to .223 and .308 only and must be shot off of bipods.  F Open is unrestricted in caliber up to .300 Win Mag, and benchrest style front rests are allowed.  Both allow for rear bag use.  F Class is the easiest way to start in competitive target shooting.  It is easier to learn the fundamentals of Natural Point of Aim, Sight Alignment, and Trigger Control.  


We invite any new shooters interested in shooting Mid Range (600yds) and Long Range (1,000yds) to come out to watch and learn or bring a rifle and shoot!  Our monthly matches are low key and a great way to learn.  We have some of the top shooters in the US shoot our matches every month and we love helping people get started in the shooting sports.

We always welcome and embrace new shooters to competitive shooting sports! Never shot matches before? No worries! We will help you learn and come to enjoy competitive shooting sports.

Check out our Event Calendar at every month for scheduled matches.  We look forward to seeing you on the range.

Helpful Links: is a one stop shop for learning about the rifle shooting sports  For a history of the Creedmoor Match between Ireland and the United States in 1874.

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Match Director: Matt Kubic