Bone Creek Gun Club north of Pittsburg, KS is hosting our annual Night Fighter low light pistol match Saturday November 22nd!
A flyer is here. Feel free to forward it to qualified shooters.
Competitors will shoot about 120 rounds over four stages using their pistol and illumination of choice. If you want to duct tape a million candle power deer spotting beam of death to your compensated and suppressed Glock 35 with 30 round magazine then go for it! Night vision, lasers, IR, optics and anything else you think will give you an edge is allowed. Now that that’s out of the way here are some basic rules.
RO’s – If you’re willing to volunteer as an RO at the night shoot please email me. I will assemble squad lists with RO’s assigned before match day.
This match is limited to 50 shooters so read below then get on it if you want to enter.
Match intent – Test equipment realistically used for home defense, self defense or law enforcement in challenging low light conditions. That’s the intent not the requirement. This is a rare chance to see if your gear will actually work under a little stress, if you want to try out a low light race gun then have at it.
COF – Stages will be designed like USPSA pistol stages and USPSA scoring & safety rules will be in effect. Expect to open doors, fire through ports, under and around walls and on the move.
Who can enter – Shooting at night while moving around barricades can be dangerous. You will have to shoot from awkward positions and while on the move. This match is only open to shooters with experience in dynamic shooting.
Entrants must have shot at least 4 USPSA/IDPA, etc. matches OR be Law Enforcement or Military OR have attended professional training OR have a shooter the match director or range master knows vouch for you. If you don’t meet the requirements but want to enter contact match director Roger Lomshek email@example.com in advance to discuss your qualifications.
ENTRY: $25 to shoot. Pre-register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and pay at the match.
Send the following info to reserve a spot then pay at the match. On site registration will be allowed but pre-registering helps eliminate delays. Shooters will be divided into squads & rotate through stages. If you want to shoot with friends list their names in your email as preferred squad-mates. We will try to squad you together.
USPSA number (if member)