Outdoor NRA Precision Pistol 1800 League

All competitors and visitors must comply with all Albuquerque Shooting Range Park (SRP) rules and instructions of the SRP Manager and staff. The League is open to the public.


Albuquerque Shooting Range State Park 

Phone: (505) 836-8785  

16001 Access Rd. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120


On I-40 westbound from Albuquerque, take Exit 149 North.  Go north 4.3 miles on Atrisco Vista, then turn west onto Shooting Range Access Road for 3.7 miles.  Follow Albuquerque Shooting Range Park Signs.  OR on I-25 southbound from Santa Fe take Exit 232 (Paseo del Norte) and drive west for 7.3 miles.  The road makes a 90° turn to the left (south) and becomes Atrisco Vista.  Drive south 3.3 miles and turn right (west) onto Shooting Range Access Road for 3.7 miles.  Follow Albuquerque Shooting Range Park signs.  For a map click on the link.    

Time: Registration begins at 8:30 AM and firing begins at 09:00 AM.  If you can arrive early to assist with setting up targets and tables your help will be appreciated. Weather conditions may alter the start times. 

Registration:  Sign in at Shooting Range Park Office at 08:30 AM and pay range access fee.  The access fee is separate from the league fee and will be paid each month that you compete.  PRINT your name on the back of city receipt and present to league secretary at the range PRIOR to the match.  The range will issue one full-face 50 yard target with access fee.  Matches are normally fired on the NRA PPC Range located west of the Range Office.

Fees: One time league fees are $20.00  Checks made out to SANDIA GUN CLUB are preferable.

Rules: NRA Conventional Outdoor Pistol Rules will apply.

Targets: B6 (50 yd.) and B8 (25 yd.).  Competitors furnish staple guns and staples.

Classifications:  NRA Classifications will apply.  Unclassified competitors compete in the Master class.  

Equipment: .22 Pistol or Revolver.  .32 to .45 caliber center-fire pistol or revolver.

Course of Fire:  90-shot course of fire with each gun, .22 and center-fire.    A competitor may choose to shoot only one 90-shot course of fire.  Scores are added together for the aggregate. 20 shots slow fire – 20 shots timed fire – 30 shots National Match Course – 20 shots rapid fire.

Awards: Due to rising costs of liability insurance there will be no awards.

Contact: contact our Outdoor Precision Pistol league secretary via our contact form.

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Last modified: July 19, 2021

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