GLOCK West Coast Challenge III – Fall

 

On Saturday, November 17th, and Sunday, November 18th, in conjunction with the GLOCK Sports Shooting Foundation (GSSF), we will be returning to Burro Canyon Shooting Park (22100 E East Fork Rd, Azusa, CA 91702) to host the GLOCK West Coast Challenge III – Fall.  The event will run both days, and consist of open squadding from 9AM to 2PM.

We’re currently looking for volunteers for three days (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) of the event (Friday will be a setup day).  As a volunteer, you will earn two entries for each day worked into the special drawing of a free GLOCK Pistol.  This drawing is just for the volunteers and the winner will be drawn at the end of the day on Sunday (you do not have to be present to win).  In addition, each volunteer will receive a trendy GLOCK Range Officer Polo Shirt, a GLOCK Range Officer Hat, and complimentary gift of their choice from GLOCK for each day worked.  If you’re a volunteer who has volunteered both days (Saturday & Sunday), but is also competing, we will do our best to allow you time off to shoot your match (or matches).  If you’re volunteering on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday you’ll have the opportunity to shoot your matches on Friday afternoon after set up if you would like.

We’ve moved to Google Forms for our volunteer registration.  You’ll now be able to register as a volunteer, select the day(s) you’re available to work, and even update your registration if necessary.

Click here to register as a volunteer for the match (Volunteer Registration)

Click here to register for the match. (Standard Registration)

Click here to register for the match. (GLOCK Girls Side Match and Pocket GLOCKs Division)

Directions to the range

GLOCK Shooting Sports Foundation (GSSF) Website

The GLOCK Report Volume II 2015 (The rules start on page 7)

If you’re not familiar with GSSF matches here’s a nice 17 minute video that takes you stage by stage and division by division.


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