2017 Firearms Festival
CGC’s Firearms Festival is a highly trafficked opportunity, with nearly 5,000 guests.
During the festival, we are honored to have two heroes of Benghazi, John “Tig” Tiegen and Mark “Oz” Geist, here to sign autographs and take photos. We will also have a live performance from the band Richie Law. The Festival will include prizes, games, food trucks, vendors, sales, pro shooters, swag and more!
We will also have attendees gather coins at various festival locations. The first 500 guests to gather all their coins, will receive a special Centennial Gun Club T-shirt! We will be handing out detailed maps to festival attendees, which will guide them through areas strategically organized to create traffic flow for all vendors throughout the festival.
*$5.00 wrist band charge for the following: bounce house, climbing wall & obstacle course
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the Month
Want to learn about a new gun you have not had the opportunity to try…we will have different gun demonstrations and instructions. Ladies will have free gun rentals and range time where they can participate in the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Program and earn patches and skill level rockers to wear on a shooting vest. We will have a guest speaker at each Ladies Night event to talk about current topics of interest.
Center Fire Steel Match
Steel shooting offers a port of entry to the shooting sports that is far less intimidating than practical shooting. Steel shooting provides an excellent starting place for young or beginning shooters. The match is highly spectator-friendly and the competition is easy to understand – it is all about the speed. By maintaining consistent challenges from year to year, the competition lends itself to the notion of setting – and breaking – speed records, which greatly adds to the excitement for shooters.
Bowling PIN-TOP Quarterly Match
Bowling pin-top shooting is a shooting sport (primarily for .22 caliber handguns and .22 caliber rifles) in which the competitors race against one another to knock standard bowling pin-tops from a table in the shortest elapsed time. Bowling Pin shooting is often described as one of the most enjoyable shooting games and one of the easiest means of introducing a new shooter into regular competitive shooting. Pin shooting appeals to both genders. There are many female pin shooters and many distinguished female pin shooters. Pin-Top shooting is the next level of competition…
Bowling Pin Match
(5pm & 7pm)
This is a fun event and everyone is welcome! If you’ve never been you are missing out. Entry fee is $15 with double elimination format. We require guns to be brought to the line unloaded, and either holstered or in a gun case. We recommend traditional hip holsters. Cross-draw, small of the back, ankle holsters, and shoulder holsters are not permitted.
USPSA League Match
Members Only USPSA League Match
MORE INFORMATION>> We’re thrilled that you are interested enough in practical shooting to explore how best to get started. You are about to take the first step on an exciting journey to a new world of safe, fair, family fun with some of the greatest people you will ever know.
.22 LR Rim Fire Steel Match
Welcome The CGC 22lr Rim-fire Steel Match. This match introduces participants to the fun and excitement of competitive shooting in a safe, low-pressure, family-friendly format. All levels of target shooters—new, novice and experienced—are welcome to compete. Each will find a challenge appropriate to his or her level of marksmanship. The CGC 22lr Rim-fire Steel Match is a safety oriented match.
Intro to .22 Steel Shooting/Match
Welcome The CGC 22lr Rim-fire Steel Match. This match introduces participants to the fun and excitement of competitive shooting in a safe, low-pressure, family-friendly format. All levels of target shooters—new, novice and experienced—are welcome to compete. Each will find a challenge appropriate to his or her level of marksmanship. The CGC 22lr Rim-fire Steel Match is a safety oriented match. Shooters are required to compete using a handgun or Rifle from any manufacturer in .22 Long Rifle caliber. The targets are steel plates that are set in a course of fire that is no less than 5 plates and no more than 7 plates. The course of fire is designed to be completed by even the most inexperienced shooter using one 10-round magazine without the need to reload “on the clock.”
A Girl & A Gun Women’s Events
A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League is an organization established by women shooters for women shooters. AG & AG events are intended to be fun, social gatherings where women can come together for support, encouragement, ask questions in a safe and nonjudgmental environment, improve on their marksmanship, and bond together in the shooting community. Events include: Girls’ Night Out, Bowling Pin, .22 Steel, and Simulator.
NFA Trust Workshop
In the past, the most common manner in which to obtain restricted Class III items (silencers, full-auto firearms, etc) was to fill out the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) Form 4 and register the weapon as “individual” ownership. Recent changes have led to unprecedented requirements resulting in severe restrictions on the “individual” purchase of these items. A solution to these limitations is to assign your ownership to a trust. US Law Shield attorneys and staff will provide you detailed information, teach you what you need to know, and help you establish a trust for your friends and family. Come and learn about a Gun Trust.
US Law Shield Gun Law Seminar & Gun Trust Workshop
We are most pleased to be joined by Criminal Defense and Civil Attorney Tim Priebe, an experienced jurist recognized for his work on 2nd-Amendement issues. Not only is he directly experienced in firearm legal matters, but he is also the author of a widely recognized online blog regarding firearm law, and a former law enforcement officer. Mr. Priebe has been a practicing attorney since 1993. He started his law practice in San Diego after 10 years in law enforcement in the San Diego area. He will be speaking on the topics of Prospects and Dynamics of Civil Repercussions From Discharge of a Firearm, as well as “Defense of Self and Others” law and Colorado’s “Make My Day” Law.