Smallbore Cowboy Silhouette

Overview:

A Silhouette match requires shooting 1/2 scale steel targets representing game animals at varying distances following the rules established by the NRA. The targets are metallic silhouettes of rams, turkeys, pigs, and chickens as shown below. They are cut to different scales and set at varying distances from the shooter and fall when hit. No costumes are required as this discipline is not associated with Cowboy Action multigun shooting.

Targets distances are as follows:
  • (10) Chickens - 40 meters
  • (10) Pigs - 60 meters (non-standard distance)
  • (10) Turkeys - 77 meters (non-standard distance)
  • (10) Rams - 100 meters

More comprehensive information can be found at http://competitions.nra.org/how-to-get-started/silhouette-competition.aspx

Facilities:

TCSA's Smallbore competitions are held on the Silhouette Range.

Equipment:

Cowboy Silhouette matches are open to anyone that has a lever, pump, or semi-auto.22 caliber Rimfire rifle with a tubular magazine and open sights (no scopes).

Matches are held Tuesday nights from May through August. Setup and practice from 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM. Matches starts at 6:00 PM. Saturday matches are held from April through September. Setup and practice from 9:00 AM to 9:30 AM. Matches start at 9:30 AM. Please check the Club Calendar for specific dates for these events.

Fee:

$10.00

Contact:

Mike Potter at mike.potter45@gmail.com

Scores:

Will be posted when available.