Archive for January, 2017

2017 Mississippi PCC, Carry Optics, and Limited 10 Championship!

January 31, 2017 1 comment

The 2017 Mississippi PCC, Carry Optics, and Limited 10 Championship will be held May 28th, 2017 at Coast Rifle & Pistol Club near Biloxi, MS. This is a USPSA sanctioned, level 2 Sectional championship match.

The match will be 8 stages in a one day format. There will be a lunch break with complimentary food provided.

Divisions will be PCC, Carry Optics, and L10 only.

One Springfield Range Officer Stainless Steel 1911 in 9mm (MSRP $1,045) by random draw at the awards ceremony, courtesy of Springfield Armory.

State Champion in each division, open to MS residents.
1st-3rd place overall in each division, open to everyone.
High Lady, High Senior, High Super Senior, and High Junior in each division.
Class awards in each division based on number of entries.

Registration will open at 7pm CST on February 7th on Practiscore at the following link:

Limited to the first 65 entries. Any registration after that will go to the waitlist.

Once registered and approved you will be sent squadding and payment info. You have 14 days from registering to pay or you will be removed from the match. Refunds will be given up to 30 days prior to the match.

We are in need of 15 staff members to run the match. Three staff members will be assigned per squad, and will shoot as embedded RO’s within the squad and run the timer and scoring tablet for that squad. Need not be a certified RO to volunteer, but is recommended. Staff will shoot FREE. If you would like to volunteer as staff, check the box indicating so on the registration form. Please note, not all applications may be accepted once we have 15 staff positions filled. You will receive email confirming if you have been selected as staff.

We are also in need of 5 setup crew members to setup the match. The match will be completely setup the evening before. Setup crew will shoot FREE. If you would like to volunteer as setup crew, check the box indicating so on the registration form. Please note, not all applications may be accepted once we have all setup crew positions filled. You will receive email confirming if you have been selected as setup crew.

9:00 – 12:30pm Shooting
12:30 – 1:30pm Lunch Break. Complimentary lunch and drinks provided.
1:30 – 6:00pm Shooting
6:00 – 6:30pm Award Ceremony.

See you at the match!

February 2017 Poplarville 3-Gun match reminder

January 29, 2017 Leave a comment

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The February 2017 3-Gun match in Poplarville is now open for registration. Sign up online if you plan to attend. Just click the Register button below.


January 2017 Brothers N Arms USPSA Pistol Match Results

January 28, 2017 11 comments

The day started out chilly and overcast, but soon warmed up as 57 shooters came together to kick off 2017 for the Brothers N Arms USPSA Club.  We had 6 stages plus a classifier with a great mix of short and long lay outs that, at least for yours truly, required just as much mental effort as physical.

We were also happy to have Brent Lindley, owner and proprietor of The Zombie Shop, a retail gun store in Petal, MS, join us as a first time shooter today.  We were even luckier that, out of the blue, he brought along a tricked out Glock 17 to give away by random drawing!  Congratulations to Charlie Sims, the lucky winner.  Be sure to run by and check out Brent’s shop when you have the chance.  Where else but South Mississippi can you find a top notch gun store inside of a pharmacy!!  “Yes, I’d like the Sig P229 in FDE along with the Aspercreme, please.”  Very cool, indeed.  Thanks so much, Brent!  Check out their Facebook page here – The Zombie Shop at Park Place Pharmacy.

On to the match results.  Steven Sanders handily won both Limited division Read more…

Categories: General

BPSA January 2017 USPSA Results!

January 22, 2017 Leave a comment

Had a great turnout for today’s classifier match, despite the threat of rain this morning. The AM schedule got off to a rainy and windy start, with us having to replace the targets after a storm or two went through. The PM schedule of course went off without a hitch and we were done in about 3 hours. We also had some tasty pizza and cold drinks in between.

This was the first time we tried 8 stages, and the first time we tried AM/PM schedules for a local match. It made for nice squad sizes of 7 or 8 and kept things moving. Of course if you shot both schedules and packed in 16 stages it made for a long day!

We also had our first junior clinic, which was well attended and a big thanks to Gerwin Henn for staying around for an hour or two to pass his knowledge on to the juniors. Look forward to having these frequently in the future. If you have or know a junior looking to get into the sport, bring them to one of these!

Now, on to the action!

Stage 1 was Disaster Factor. Gerwin Henn came up tops with his 1911 in Single Stack with a 7.07 run with 53 points, and Al Prieto was right on his tail in Open with an 8.35 second run and 57 points.

Stage 2 was More Disaster Factor, and Gerwin was tops on this one with his L10 rig, followed by himself again with the Single Stack. The top shooter here not named Henn was Gerald Patch in Open.

Stage 3 was Times Two, and it was again won by Gerwin Henn in Single Stack, followed closely by Thomas Arthur in Limited.

Stage 4 was El Prez, won by Steven Mosher in Limited with Roger Henn .03 points behind with his L10 rig.

Stage 5 was the Roscoe Rattle and it was topped by Thomas Arthur in limited with a smoking 10.1485 hit Factor.

Stage 6 High Standards which required some sho/who shooting and you can tell who is ambidextrous as Steven Mosher took 1st and 2nd here in production and limited. Gerwin Henn in SS was a distant third.

Stage 7 was mini mart, and Steve Tannetta burned this one down with a 9.5868 hit Factor. Pro Tip: Don’t rob the Tannetta Mini Mart.

Stage 8 was Fluffys Revenge 2, this was the only Steel out there today, and Steve Tannetta had this figured out as he won 1st and 2nd handily with his L10 and Limited rigs.

Overall Results:
Herman Cox won Carry optics.
Steven Mosher won Limited and Production.
David Pape won L10.
Bill Jackson won Open.
Bryant Willett won PCC.
Gerald Benton won Revolver.
Gerwin Henn won Single Stack.

Full Results:


Want to thank everyone who came out and shot, pasted, helped run squads, and tore down. It really is a team effort. Especially appreciate everyone’s patience during the storm and in helping get the sandbags out and targets out back up. And of course huge thanks to those who come out at 6am and setup stages, without them none of this would be possible.

See you at the next match!

January 2017 Brothers N Arms USPSA Pistol Match

January 22, 2017 Leave a comment

We’ve had some tough weather this past week in Hattiesburg and Petal, to say the least.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those in need during this time of difficulty.  Folks have already begun coming together to start the clean up and to begin rebuilding.  Like the man said, this ain’t our first rodeo and the people of South Mississippi are nothing if not resilient.  If you’d like to help in some way, follow this link for some suggestions.

How You Can Help

Registration for the January 2017 Brothers N Arms USPSA Pistol Match is now open.  Setup starts at 7:00 am and registration/check-in ends at 8:30 am.  No walk-ons after 8:30, no exceptions.  There will be a new shooters meeting at 8:30 and a mandatory safety meeting at 8:45.

Payment will be due upon arrival.  If you are a member of the Brothers N Arms Range, $15 will be due.  Otherwise, the entry fee is $20.  To register, just click the link below.



Categories: General

Weekend Weather Update

January 20, 2017 Leave a comment

Weekend weather update from BPSA action news:

Saturday: It’s going to rain.  3-gun match is cancelled.

Sunday: It’s going to be fine.  USPSA Classifier Match is on as scheduled.



BPSA January 2017 USPSA Classifier Match, Sunday January 22nd!

January 13, 2017 1 comment

The BPSA January 2017 USPSA Pistol Match will be a special classifier match held January 22nd, 2017 at Coast Rifle & Pistol Club near Biloxi, MS.

Registration will open at 7pm CST, Monday, January 16th on Practiscore at the following link:

AM schedule is limited to 40 entries. All others will go to PM schedule.

$15 CRPC Members
$20 non-CRPC members
Juniors shoot FREE

(Shoot twice, pay twice)
Payment will be accepted at registration.

We will be running an AM and PM schedule for this match.

AM registration starts at 8:15am, shooters meeting at 8:45am, hammer down at 9am. Shoot from 9am-12:30pm
PM registration starts at 12:15pm, shooters meeting at 12:45pm, hammer down at 1pm.

AM schedule will be limited to 40 entries (8 per squad) to ensure we are finished by 1pm for the PM squads.

The match is a USPSA special classifer match with 8 classifer stages.
You can signup and shoot in up to two seperate divisions in this match, but one must be AM and one must be PM.

At the conclusion of the AM schedule, a guest instructor is going to lead a FREE seminar in one of the PM squads at 1pm for juniors, going over topics ranging from how to get started in the sport, to safety basics, shooting tips, and an opportunity to shoot stages from the actual match several times with instructor feedback. We’ll also be able to answer parents questions about their child participating in the sport, and addressing any concerns they may have. Need not participate in that mornings match, and can even show up with a rimfire gun to run stage or no gun at all. Guest instructor this month is Gerwin Henn. The clinic will last around an hour.


See you at the match!

BPSA January 2017 3-Gun Match, Saturday January 21st!

January 11, 2017 Leave a comment

The BPSA January 2017 3-Gun Match will be held January 21st, 2017 at Coast Rifle & Pistol Club near Biloxi, MS.

Open to everyone.

$10 CRPC Members
$15 non-CRPC members
Juniors and setup crew shoot free.

Payment will be accepted at registration.

Setup starts at 7am.
Registration opens at 8:30am.
Shooter meeting at 8:45am.
Shooting starts at 9AM.

The match is a USPSA 3-gun match with Time Plus with Points scoring.

We are also offering our new Rimfire Rifle only division, which is a great place for beginners or juniors to get exposure to 3-gun without needing all the gear, or anyone looking to put some rounds through their Rimfire gun instead of bringing out all three.

Gate code is 7000


Open – anything goes. Optics or compensator on pistol. Two optics on rifle. No restriction on shotgun capacity.

Tactical – AR with magnification optic. Shotgun limited to 8+1 rounds at start. No optic or comp on pistol.

Limited – AR with no magnification (ie. 1x red dot or irons). Everything else same as tactical.

Heavy – Rifle .308 caliber, Pistol 40s&w or bigger. Shotgun 12ga.

Rimfire Rifle – 22LR rifle only. No pistol or shotgun.

Stages available HERE!

See you at the match!

2017 Mississippi Single Stack and Revolver Championship!

January 11, 2017 1 comment

Reminder that registration for the 2017 Mississippi Single Stack and Revolver Championship is open and several slots are available, including staff positions!

Registration and info available at the following link:

January 2017 Poplarville pistol match results

January 8, 2017 Leave a comment

Dawson PrecisionAlthough the potential was there for an epic turnout, in the end, we had 23 shooters who were brave (foolish?) enough to come out on a rare sub-freezing Mississippi morning. Had the weather been a bit warmer, we would have had well in excess of 40 shooters. The group that did show had a great match. We skipped the classifier today, because no one wanted to have their classifier score affected by the cold weather. It was 22° when we arrived to set things up, but by 10 AM (delayed match start time), it had warmed to a pleasant 35° or so. With the Sun out and the breeze at bay, it was actually pretty nice. It’s funny to see the different dress for the shooters, with some in just a long sleeve (or even short sleeve) shirt, and others with multiple layers and gloves. While we sympathize with those who did sign up but later bailed, you still missed a great match. Even though we started a hour later than normal because of the cold, we were still done before 12:30.

The four stages today were challenging enough for some, as the scores show. Wayne set up a run and shoot stage with targets hiding in the woods on both sides of the road, and it definitely separated the men from the boys. More than half of the shooters found one or more Mikes there. This kind of stage is something that most ranges can’t do, so we like to throw this out once and a while. The rest of the stages were balanced between a super high hit factor potential stage where the open guys ruled, a quasi-standards forced mag change stand and shoot stage, and a new take on the dumpy house on the left side of the range.

When the score were all synced, the winner was  Read more…

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