The Gopher Flats Sportsmen’s Club (GFSC) is a great place for Shotgun, Rimfire Steel, Practical Shooting, and High-Power Rifle matches in a safe and enjoyable environment. The fourth Saturday of each month is a day of organized matches, informal target shoots, and a club barbeque.
Practical Shooting: Twice each month, GFSC and the Southwest Pistol League (SWPL) present practical shooting matches: On the second Sunday, an SCSA-sanctioned Steel Challenge match; On the fourth Sunday, a USPSA-sanctioned Handgun Match. The matches are open to members of all the clubs at our range, and to the public. For centerfire handgun fans (semi-auto and revolver) and rimfire enthusiasts (handgun and rifle) with a taste for running and gunning, this is the chance to experience the thrill of practical shooting on your home range.
High-Power Rifle: On the fourth Saturday of each month, GFSC hosts a morning rifle match in the NRA-Style National Match format…without the long journey to Camp Perry! Bring out the old battle rifles, iron sights, and leather slings. This is precision shooting the NRA way. Immediately following each match, the rifle range opens for solo practice, scope sighting for upcoming hunts, and the simple joy of long-range shooting.
Rimfire: On the fourth Saturday of each month, GFSC offers a non-competitive steel target shoot for .22 handguns and rifles of all types. The shoot is the opportunity for those with no previous shooting experience to learn safe gun handling and marksmanship under the careful supervision of veteran shooters. Then, once they’re ready, even the newbies can join in the fun of clanging steel!
Shotgun: For retirees, the idle rich, and anyone lucky enough to have a day off from work, there’s weekday morning trap. For daytime worker-bees and those who enjoy sleeping-in, there’s evening Trap and Skeet. And, on the fourth Saturday of each month, there’s all the Trap you can stand. Bring lots of shells and an appetite for lunch! On the fourth Saturday of each month, GFSC presents a multi-gun style shotgun fun match for absolutely any kind of shotgun. Long barrel, short barrel, pump action, lever action, semiauto, even double-barrel, if you dare. You’ll need bird shot for the steel targets, and buckshot or slugs for any cardboard targets that sneak onto the stages. There will be five, or six, stages of five targets each. The targets are a mix of knock-down, swinging, twisting, or swinging steel plates. If you never miss, you’ll only need one box of shells. But, maybe a few extra boxes would be in order?