Paul Bunyan Rifle & Sportsman's Club
A Private Membership Shooting Range dedicated to creating a safe and enjoyable facility for our members.
2017 Washington State Outdoor Pistol Championship
September 23 & 24
PAUL BUNYAN RIFLE AND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB
(An NRA Registered Tournament)
Date/Time: September 23, 2017: 9:00AM, Saturday. September 24, Sunday will be added if enough participants pre register. Start time will be the same.
CMP EIC and NRA DR match: 3:00PM, multiple relays if necessary.
LOCATION: Paul Bunyan Rifle and Sportsman's Club
17902 Meridian East - Puyallup, WA 98375
Lodging/Food Camping is allowed at the range, with prior arrangements. There is no food service at the range.
Eligibility: This is a Washington State Rifle & Pistol Association sanctioned state championship. WSRPA membership or resident state association (for out-of- state competitors) membership is required. WSRPA membership applications will be available at the match. NRA membership is not required. CMP match
eligibility is per CMP competition rules.
Entry Fees: 2700 point State Championship:
Entire 2700, $35.00 total, ($22.87 entry fee + $2.13 tax +$7.00 NRA fee + $3.00 WSRPA fee)
Individual 900 stage, $10.00 ($9.15 + $0.85 tax) + a one-time $7.00 NRA and $3.00 WSRPA fee
$10.00 CMP fee each for CMP Excellence-in-Competition (EIC) Service Pistol and 22 Rimfire Pistol Matches.
$5.00 Distinguished Revolver Match.
Washington State EIC Match, included with 2700
Entries: Advance entries are requested. Post entries will be accepted until the match begins. The match will be limited to 22 competitors. Fees are payable the day of the match.
E-mail entries to: Paul Hahn, email@example.com
Rules: Current NRA Conventional Outdoor Pistol rules will govern
Squadding: All Matches will be squadded. Check in at the Stat Office between 8:30 AM and 9:00 AM.
Classifications: The NRA classification system will apply.
Scoring: Target repairs and scoring is competitor’s responsibility. A returnable fee of $1.00 posted on challenges.
Course of Fire: Match 1 22 Slow Fire 20 Rounds at 50 yards
Match 2 22 National Match Course 30 Rounds (50 & 25 yds)
Match 3 22 Timed Fire 20 rounds at 25 yards
Match 4 22 Rapid Fire 20 rounds at 25 yards
Matches 6-9 Center Fire same as Match 1 - 4
Matches 11-14 45 same as Match 1 - 4
Match 5 22 Aggregate
Match 10 CF Aggregate
Match 15 45 Aggregate
Match 16 Grand Aggregate
Awards: Awards for first place will be made if class has 3 competitors. Second place awards will be made in classes having 5 or more entries. There must be three competitors in any class to receive awards; less than three, competitors will compete in the next higher class.
Weighing of triggers and firearm inspection for both the Distinguished Revolver match and the CMP EIC Matches will start during the lunch break and continue until the match starts.
Lunch will not be provided.
The clubhouse will not be available
Bring your own or there are places to purchase fast food nearby.
President Mark Curtis Honored with Life Membership
During the January 27, 2017 General Meeting President Mark Curtis was recognized for his years of support of the organization and dedication to well being and longevity of the club by being granted Life Member status. Life
Membership is presented to club members by the Board of Directors and Offices for those members who reflect the same drive and commitment to the organization as Mark does. He joins only 18 other members that have received this honor since the inception of the club 70 years ago.
Mark started as a member in the early 1990's and soon found himself in leadership roles. He has served as the Chairman of the Muzzleloading Committee, Booshway of that disciplines Annual Memorial Day Rendezvous, Board Director, Membership Chairman, Caretaker, and serves the membership as our current President. Mark has been instrumental in overseeing the construction of the new clubhouse, the successful American Marksman Regional Championships, and negotiated contracts for income from the Cell Towers and handles many of the daily issues that arise within an organization the size and scope of Paul Bunyan.
Mark can be found at most Black Powder Rendezvous in Western Washington or any place where the firearms are loaded from the muzzle with black powder and are set off with a flintlock mechanism. This include events hosted by the The Northwest Colonial Reenactors Association where Mark serves that organization as its Vice President & Colonial Encampment Mayor.
We are now accepting new membership applications to join the club. We will be selecting applicants in turn from a waiting list for the next few months. To be placed on the list, please send an email to us (under the contact us tab above) and we will send you all of the information.