MATCH DISCIPLINES INCLUDE
Archery is an up and coming discipline at the ARPC. Our archery range is a great place to have a fun filled day of target shooting or to get ready for hunting season.
Have you ever dreamed of returning to the thrilling days of the mountain men, or of sharing in the adventures of wilderness heroes? Many people are attempting to experience a part of those days through black powder or muzzleloader shooting.
Bullseye Pistol is a challenging but enjoyable sport. As the name implies, the object is to place your shot in the center “ten ring” of a bullseye target.
CIVILIAN MARKSMANSHIP PROGRAM (CMP)
The purpose of the Civilian Marksmanship Program at our club is to give all Arnold Rifle and Pistol Club members an opportunity to learn the NRA rules for high power rifle matches, using military type rifles with only iron sights
Cowboy Action Shooting attempts to give the shooter a taste of the Old West, wearing period clothing and shooting period firearms or replicas.
The Hunter Rifle Discipline is all about competing with the rifles you use for hunting, whether it is big game, varmints, or squirrels.
INTERNATIONAL DEFENSIVE PISTOL ASSOCIATION (IDPA)
IDPA as a sport is quite simply the use of practical equipment including full-charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios.
United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA)
USPSA shooters need to blend accuracy, power, and speed into a winning combination.
Indoor pistol is an introduction to the discipline of Bullseye Pistol shooting. ARPC does not have an indoor range, so matches are shot at the Bullseye Range.
Started in the mid 1990’s, this group of retired shooters meet every Wednesday morning to shoot metallic silhoueette targets.
STEEL PLATE/STEEL CHALLENGE
Steel Plate pistol matches involve rapidly shooting at steel plate targets of various sizes, arranged in different configurations in a timed event.
Five-Stand is a compact version of Sporting Clays. Instead of stations scattered across several acres, five stations or “stands” are lined up next to each other.
Skeet Targets are thrown from a high house and a low house while participants shoot from eight different positions laid out in a semicircle
Trap is a shotgun sport in which the shooter fires at clay “birds”, or targets thrown from a machine on the shooter’s call.