Bullseye Division Range Rules
Welcome to the Bullseye Pistol Range
This range was built primarily for NRA Bullseye pistol competitions. If you are unfamiliar with this type of shooting you can come out and get a work day in by serving as a Line Safety Officer and at the same time see how the Match is run. Also throughout the year we will have classes for new shooters to Bullseye these classes are FREE!!! And open to the Club and Public so you can bring a friend. Another note for beginners is the first Bullseye Match you shoot at the Oklahoma City Gun Club is FREE!!!!
Most Bullseye Matches are on the third Saturday but there are some Training days, and Short Course Matches on different dates so be sure to check the calendar.
Before you start shooting make sure you READ and UNDERSTAND the rules posted on the west storage building.
Any unsafe activities can get you banned from the Bullseye Pistol Range and maybe even the Club so THINK before you do something unsafe.
ALL ROUNDS HAVE TO IMPACT THE MIDDLE OF THE 50-YARD BERM!!!! NO ROUNDS MAY CONTACT THE GROUND OR THE 25-YARD PROTECTION BERM!!!!
The Bullseye Pistol Range is used by a variety of different disciplines, Bullseye Pistol, International Free Pistol, Women’s Sport Pistol, and Military Revolver also some Youth Groups and Law Enforcement so again make sure to check the Calendar before you come out.
Target frames are placed only at 25 yards or 50 yards and only in the METAL target frame holders.
Target frames can be made of wood PVC or any other material that will not cause the projectiles to ricochet. Cardboard can be fastened to the frame and targets stapled to the cardboard. An example with dimensions can be found on the web page here: http://www.okcgunclub.org/bullseye/tf.htm
Width of target frame holder is 22-1/2"
No target frames of any kind may be driven into the ground.
If you want to be sure to have a Target Frame then it is best to build or bring your own.
NO RIFLES!!!! OR SHOTGUNS!!!!! ALLOWED ON THIS RANGE, Including rifles that shoot pistols calibers.
The building at the Pistol Range is used to store supplies and equipment for Club Sponsored matches, the combination is NOT the same as the gate combination.
If there are any questions pertaining to this range please contact Mark Thomas at 405-615-1434.
More info and updates can be found on the OKC Bullseye web: page http://www.okcgunclub.org/bullseye/