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Disciplines are the organized interest groups of the greater club. Some are open only to SVRC members, others host competitions that are open to the public, or host invitational events that include shooters or teams from other ranges or clubs. Click on the club name for more information. SVRC hosts regular events and activities in a variety of shooting disciplines, including:
ASI: ASI is now in full swing with matches at SVRC every 3rd Saturday of the month. ASI focuses on giving you a chance to practice in a way that's fun, and builds social connections with other gun owners. Check out the ASI page for more details about "stages", equipment and information. Questions, contact email@example.com.
Black Powder: SVRC is home to the Bear Creek Muzzleloaders. See club calendar for dates.
Black Rifle League: Black Rifle League focuses on tactics versus speed unlike other shooting sport disciplines such as ASI, IDPA and USPSA. At Black Rifle League events, participants move through courses of various levels of difficulty engaging IDPA targets. Throughout the season participants compete in four different divisions: Optics, Iron Sights, PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbine) and .22 (AR 22 caliber conversion). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on upcoming events and questions.
CMP/High-Power Rifle: Monthly competitions and frequent clinics and demonstrations draw shooters from around the region. The SVRC club calendar has all the dates!
Juniors Program: The program stresses firearm safety while teaching marksmanship and fostering a positive attitude. All youth ages 10 to 18 are eligible to participate regardless of whether their parents are members of the range. We have all the gear, rifles and ammo. This program is offered for free, with no requirements for consistent attendance. It's a great opportunity for young hunters to get to be better shooters. This is a chance for our youth to shoot in a safe environment. If you have questions about the Juniors Program, or would like to volunteer, please email: email@example.com. Each session begins at 5:00 pm on the rifle range and concludes at 7:00 pm.
Garden Club: This discipline is organized for and by women. Appropriate for any woman wanting to begin shooting, as well as for women who wish to improve their skills. The emphasis is on handgun use, safety and marks(wo)manship. Contact Mariann Krizsan, firstname.lastname@example.org to join this group or for more information. See club calendar for dates!
NRL22: The NRL22 is a division of The National Rifle League which is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the growth and education of long range precision shooting. We've added this discipline to the club calendar. Check the calendar for competition dates as dates vary from month to month. During an NRL22 event, the pistol range will be open BUT is under the control of NRL22. Contact Jason Majors or Jacob Orchard - email@example.com