|CMP Junior Rifle Program||Sep - Mar||Every Tuesday||7:00 PM|
|Indoor Air Rifle||Oct - Dec||Every Wednesday||10:00 to 12:00 PM|
|Indoor Air Rifle||Jan - Mar||Every Wednesday||9:00 to 12:00 PM|
|Indoor .22 Rifle||Oct - Mar||Every Wednesday||12:00 to 3:00 PM|
|Sunday Indoor .22 or Air Rifle||Jan - Mar||Every Sunday||12:30 to 3:30 PM|
|CMP High Power||Jan - Oct||3rd Sunday||11:00 AM|
|NRA Highpower||April - Sept||Saturday or Sunday||9:00 AM|
|America's Rifle Challange||March - Sept||Saturday or Sunday||Varies|
|Pgh & Suburban
Rifle Team Match
|Jan - Aug||Every Wednesday||7:00 PM|
|Antique Rifle Match||June and Nov||Sunday||9:30 AM|
CMP JUNIOR RIFLE PROGRAM
Every Tuesday, September through March at 7:00 PM.
The Junior Rifle Program starts with a 6 week instructional class emphasizing safety and marksmanship basics for new shooters. This class begins the week after Labor Day in September. Additional coaching and practice are available every Tuesday night through March after the 6 week class concludes.
Some main points of the program:
Call Brian Herrig (412-341-0618) or Chuck Augenstein (724-255-6127) for more information. Other instructors include Alan Jaworski and Dave Willard.
- Focus is on Juniors (age 12 and older).
- Parents may take the class with thier child.
- Adult shooters wishing to improve thier skills can also participate (class size permitting).
- Rifles are .22 caliber target rifles which are sized for youth through adult.
- You do not have to be a club member to take this course.
- NRA Certified Instructors lead the program.
- A charge of $10 for the 6 week class includes an instruction book, ammunition and all needed equipment.
- A charge of $3 per week for ammunition and targets after the 6 week class concludes.
INDOOR AIR RIFLE PROGRAM
Every Wednesday, from 10:00AM to 12:00PM starting in October through December
and January through March from 9:00AM to 12:00PM.
Call Mike Leone (724-746-0491), Jeff Little (412-992-8535) or Lee Kirchner (724-678-9585) for more information.
INDOOR .22 RIFLE PROGRAM
Every Wednesday, from 12:00PM to 3:00PM starting in October through March.
Call Ted Hildabrand (724-344-8171) or Bruce Long (724-255-5444) for more information.
SUNDAY INDOOR .22 or Air RIFLE PROGRAM
Also, to accommodate shooters, Bruce Ungar (412-343-2256) will open the range on Sunday afternoons from 12:30PM to 3:30PM January through March to shoot air rifles or .22 rifles.
CMP HIGHPOWER RIFLE MATCH
3rd Sunday each month, January through October at 11:00 AM.
The Club will furnish an M1 Garand for your use or you may use any service rifle, open sights with clip or magazine feed. New shooters are required to attend an orientation meeting at 9:00 AM on match procedure and M1 operation. Led by Bruce Ungar (412) 343-2256. If weather is questionable, call before going to clubhouse.
NRA HIGHPOWER RIFLE MATCH
This match is held outdoors on the Rifle Range on either a Saturday or Sunday of each month starting in April and continuing through September beginning at 9:00AM. The match is led by John Tupta (724) 941-1494; email - dmlscNRA@verizon.net.
NRA High Power Rules will apply to the firing of these qualification matches. Any center fire or service rifle with metallic sights and a magazine capable of holding not less than five (5) rounds may be used to qualify for Marksman, Sharpshooter and Expert, and Master ratings. The entry fee ($5.00) includes a complete set of required targets.
The course of fire consists of fifty (50) rounds shot using targets at 200 yards, and targets at 200 yards that and simulate 300 and 600 yard distances. Ten (10) rounds are fired from the standing position in ten minutes (200 yd, target.) Ten (10) rounds are fired from a prone positionin 70 seconds (the target simulates 300 yd. distance.) Twenty (20) rounds are fired from a prone position in 20 minutes (the target simulates 600 yd. distance.)
NRA - AMERICA'S RIFLE CHALLENGE (ARC)
Occuring on varying Saturdays and Sundays from March thru September - See the monthly calendar and event flyers for exact dates, times, and match fees. This program is led by John Tupta (724) 941-1494; email - dmlscNRA@verizon.net.
The popularity of ARs over the past few years is staggering as millions of gun owners have purchased these rifles for recreational shooting as well as for home defense. To help owners sharpen their skills on this platform, the NRA has developed a unique training and competition event designed to go beyond typical target practice. DMSC is proud to sponsor this program which provides opportunities for all skill levels. While the main firearm used is the AR 15, any magazine fed rifle is acceptable.
Clinics: This program is an entry level opportunity for first-time owners of an AR, youth (12+), and men or women who have considered but hesitate to participate in competitions. NRA Certified Instructors and Range Safety Officers will provide classroom instruction, dry fire practice, and several stages of live fire. This will be a great chance to expand your experience with the AR in a safe and comfortable environment.
Basic Match: Intended for AR owners who are not experienced in action rifle competitions. Shooters will use basic defensive positions at a slow pace to test technique and accuracy. Stages are conducted at varying distances from 100 yards to 7 yards, using the four basic firing positions. Opportunities to shoot from behind barricades, at multiple targets, varying distances, magazine reloads, and using the support shoulder are also part of this competition.
Advanced Match: Intended for experienced competitive shooters, this event builds upon skills utilized in the Basic Matches. Competitors will be required to change firing positions. move through multiple firing points, and reload against the clock. Shooters must have previous experience in action rifle activities such as the Basic Match, Defensive Rifle Classes, etc.
ARC Plus (2 Gun Match): This event couples skills found in the Advenced Match with the combined use of a pistol and rifle. As this is not an entry level activity, participants must have prior experience in an Advanced Match at DMSC.
PITTSBURGH & SUBURBAN RIFLE TEAM
Smallbore position rifle practice every Sunday evening September through April at 6:00 PM (unless there is a 4:30 Steeler game in which case there is no practice.) Any sights on .22 caliber rifles are acceptable. Targets are available. Anyone with interest in smallbore rifle shooting is welcome to come out to practice and shoot with the team. League matches start in October. The Dormont-Mt. Lebanon team participates in matches every Wednesday evening home or away. Led by Dean Trew (724) 239-3012 and Matt Piatt (724) 263-6253.
ANTIQUE MILITARY RIFLE SHOOT
Twice each year, in June and November, a marksmanship contest for antique centerfire military rifles will be held. Any centerfire original military rifle with original open sights, no scopes, manufactured prior to January 1, 1946 and in safe shooting condition. Semi-autos, muzzle loaders or replicas are not permitted. The course of fire will be 50 rounds total at 100 yards using standard SR-1 and SR-21 targets. The course is broken down into 10 rounds off-hand, one round at a time in 10 minutes, 10 rounds kneeling/sitting from standing command in 70 seconds (for magazine equiped bolt action or one round at a time loading) or 120 seconds (for trap-door Springfields), 10 rounds prone from standing command in 70/120 seconds (as above), 20 rounds slowfire in 20 minutes, prone position loading one round at a time. This event is open to all, 16 years of age and older. A $5.00 fee includes targets only, you must furnish your own ammo. Dust off that old '03 Springfield, Mauser, Enfield, LaBelle, MAS M36, Trapdoor, etc. and join us in this fun shoot. Led by Bruce Ungar (412) 343-2256.
|Trap Range||May - Nov||Every Tuesday||7:00PM-10:00PM|
The Trap Range is open every Tuesday evening 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM May through November (weather permitting.) Program is led by Doug Gawronski (412) 531-5043 and Wayne Thompson (412) 874-8888.
Trap Range Fees
Singles (25 birds):
Singles using club supplied shotgun & shells:
Doubles (50 birds):
Doubles using club supplied shotgun & shells:
Event Month Day Time Sunday Indoor Pistol Jan - Mar Sunday 12:30 to 3:30 PM Monday Night Pistol Jan - Dec Monday 6:00 PM Saturday Air Pistol Jan - Mar Saturday 9:00 to 10:30 AM Saturday Open Shoot Jan - Mar Saturday 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Wednesday Open Shoot Oct - Dec Wednesday 10:00AM to 12:00PM Wednesday Open Shoot Jan - Mar Wednesday 9:00AM to 12:00PM NRA Air Pistol Silhouette Jan - Mar Saturday 1:00 PM NRA Outdoor Pistol Silhouette Apr - Sep 4th Sat 9:00 AM
** See Calendars for specific days and times **
MONDAY NIGHT PISTOL
Indoors and outdoors every Monday night at 6:00 PM. Led by Bruce Ungar (412) 343-2256 and George Taylor (412) 855-6721.
We shoot the NRA National Match course of fire. The applicable indoor rules are: target loads, no jacketed bullets, lead only. Outdoors, any loads may be used.
The National Match course of fire consists of a 10 round string of slow fire (10 minutes), two 5 round strings of timed fire (20 seconds each), and two 5 round strings of rapid fire (10 seconds each)).
We first shoot a rimfire match (.22) then a centerfire (any) match which takes about 1 hour for a line. We shoot 2 lines of the NMC match and will stay open for an open shoot after the match for three or more shooters.
Target sets for the NMC line are available for $.50 per match or $1.00 per line (.22 and CF).
Members are encouraged to participate in the Metropolitan Police Revolver League (MPRL) program in which teams from our club compete with teams in the region.
SATURDAY OPEN SHOOT
Every Saturday morning. Indoor rules apply. We will shoot air pistol and air rifle from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM and .22 rifles and pistols and Centerfire pistols with lead projectiles 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM led by Ted Hildabrand (724) 344-8171.
SUNDAY INDOOR PISTOL
Also, to accommodate shooters, Bruce Ungar (412) 343-2256 will open the range on Sunday afternoons again this year from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The applicable indoor rules are: target loads, no jacketed bullets, lead only.
WEDNESDAY OPEN SHOOT
Every Wednesday from 10AM until 12PM starting in October through December an air pistol shoot and again starting in January through March starting at 9AM until 12PM an air pistol shoot.
Call Mike Leone (724) 746-0491, Jeff Little (412) 992-8635 or Lee Kirchner (724) 678-9685.
Then starting st 12PM until 3PM from October through March indoor rules apply for the shoot with .22 rim fire pistols and for .22 rifles and for centerfire pistols with target loads and no jacketed bullets, lead only.
Call Ted Hildabrand (724) 344-8171, Bruce Long (724) 255-5444 or Lee Kirchner (724) 678-9685.
NRA AIR PISTOL SILHOUETTE MATCH
Each Saturday January through March following the morning sessions, George Taylor (412) 855-6721 will conduct an Air Pistol match beginning at 1:00 PM. This is a fun and challenging sport.
NRA OUTDOOR PISTOL SILHOUETTE MATCH
Fourth Saturday each month April through September at 9:00 AM. Contact George Taylor (412) 855-6721.