USPSA Practical Shooting Match the Last Sunday of every month

We are proud to announce that CGC is now a USPSA Member Club. As such, we will be hosting indoor USPSA matches.

CGC Practical Shooters
Club code:
ECO16
Hosted by: Centennial Gun Club
Match Director: Trung Nguyen
Safety Instructor: Joey Mizufuka
Cost: $20.00

Day / Date:

DAY DATE Check-In
SELECTION
Sunday 01/28/2018 6:00PM REGISTER
Sunday 02/25/2018 6:00PM REGISTER

Match Results: USPSA Web Link-CGC Match Results

Practical Shooting IS competition. Practical shooting is an exciting, fun, safe sport. The United States Practical Shooting Associations (USPSA) is the premier competitive shooting organization in the world. USPSA membership is your pass to compete in any USPSA or IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) match anywhere in the world.

USPSA Matches
Centennial Gun Club is an active USPSA member Club. CGC is fortunate to have a crew of several RO’s, CRO’s, an RM, as well as many volunteers, to organize, setup, and work the matches. CGC has one match per month on the last Sunday . We also have an indoor USPSA two-stage CGC members only warm-up match during the month.

Please come out and help set up and break down. This IS a volunteer sport. Thanks.

To shoot at either the Sunday sanctioned match or Monday the Centennial Gun Club members only practice two-stage match, you will need the following:

Equipment Provided by Participants:

  • Handgun of choice (9mm or greater)
  • Strong Side Outside the Waistband Holster only Double magazine pouch
    • No inside the waistband holster
    • No appendix carry holster
    • No cross draw holster
    • No shoulder holster
    • No drop leg/tactical holster unless Active Duty Military or Active Duty Law Enforcement Officer
  • 4 Magazine pouches
  • 150 rounds for your firearm
  • Brass Bag (mesh or cloth recommended)

* Minimum of 75 rounds for a Monday match and usually 150 rounds for Sunday Match.
It is always best to double the amount of ammo in case a re-shoot is required.


*Participants who have attended one of the safety classes at Centennial Gun Club or have their Safety Card or Classification Card must show them at time of check-in.

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Joey walks us through the USPSA and IDPA courses available at Centennial Gun Club.