Pistol Caliber Carbine Match
Bridgeville is looking to host its first outlaw pistol caliber carbine match on Saturday, December 14, 2019.
On-Site Registration (if slots still available) and Check-In: 8:15 am - 8:45 am, or pre-register online through Practiscore (recommended).
Orientation and Safety Briefing: 8:45 am - 9:00 am
Hammer Down: 9:00 am
Slots Available: 45 (5 Squads, 9 Shooters), so early registration is recommended.
Round Count: approx 120 - 150
Match Fee: $15.00 (pay by credit card or personal check when you register)
*What's an "Outlaw Match?"
This match is NOT sanctioned by IDPA or USPSA. It's just designed to be straight-up fun for a worthy cause. See Basic Rules below.
Who gets the proceeds?
A portion of the match fee will go to the local charity, Sussex County Code Purple, a local organization that runs emergency shelters for the homeless on cold winter nights. Their mission offers shelter to those with no home by utilizing cooperating local churches, their sanctuaries, time, talent and support to save lives during cold weather in Sussex County and to offer hope for a future to our struggling neighbors.
Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) for this match are:
1 Minimum Barrel Length-None
2. Calibers .380, 9mm, .357 Sig, .40 S&W, 10mm and 45 ACP are permitted. In addition, World War era and current carbines chambered in .30 caliber carbine are permitted.
Magazine Capacity Limit-None
Must have stock attached and be capable of being fired from shoulder position • Note: Sig Brace and any variant thereof are not allowed.
Handgun to carbine conversions are permitted.
All Optical sight/electronic sights/ laser sites are permitted
Compensators/Muzzle Brakes/ Flash Hiders allowed.
9 Any/ all magazine belt(s) and pouches are permitted as long as worn on belt.
10. All PCC's in match must be semi-auto only.
Note: Shooters from Maryland or Pennsylvania who have weapons that meet the definition of a PCC for this match, but are part of the National Firearms Act (1934) registry or have suppressors attached. They are NOT permitted. Sorry for the inconvenience but the shoot is in Delaware. Properly permitted short barreled rifles are permitted in Delaware.
Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) Safety Rules for this match:
Chamber flags required.
- Upon the Safety Officers command, a PCC must be pulled from your cart/bag/case away from the line (pointed at berm/ wall) with a chamber flag in place and carried vertical to the line for load and/or make ready.
- Upon the shooter completing the course of fire and is ‘finished’.
- The shooter must re-insert their chamber flag at the end of the ‘show clear, trigger’ safety process so the Safety Officer can deem the range "clear".
- The shooter must carry the PCC vertically (i.e. barrel straight up as possible) if they wish to follow the Safety Officer(s) to view their targets and scores.
- A shooter does not need to wheel their cart/or carry their bag/case to the shooting line.
- Upon completion of the scoring a Safety Officer should escort the shooter to their cart or rifle bag at the berm so the shooter can secure the PCC.
Same as IDPA/ USPSA
"Load and Make Ready/ Make Ready"
"Are you ready?"
"If Finished, Unload & Show Clear"
"If Clear-Bolt Forward"
Scoring for the match will be based upon IDPA scoring rules.
Examples: Miss=5 seconds added for each
Hit on non-threat=5 seconds added for each
Faulting lines=3 seconds added for each
These rules are the rules of the match for safety and scoring. Be advised, certain courses of fire will allow a shooter to engage targets in any way the shooters choses. Meaning they do not need to engage in tactical priority. Other courses of fire require the shooter to utilize fault lines. Listen to the course of fire descriptions for clarification. Failure to listen to instructions may cause the shooter to receive a penalty, including DQ.