Steel Challenge Level II Event
April 25/26, 2020
All 8 official SC stages, up to six division entries allowed per competitor
Registration will be open for the following divisions:
- Centerfire Pistol: Open (OPN), Carry Optics (CO), Limited (LTD), Production (PROD), Iron-Sight Revolver (ISR), Optical Sight Revolver (OSR), Single Stack (SS)
- Rimfire Pistol: Rimfire Iron Sights (RFPI), Rimfire Open (RFPO)
- Rimfire Rifle: Rimfire Rifle Iron Sights (RFRI), Rimfire Rifle Open (RFRO)
- Pistol Caliber Carbine: Pistol Caliber Carbine Iron Sights (PCCI), Pistol Caliber Carbine Open (PCCO)
Shooters may compete in multiple divisions. Cost: $25 for each division. If you have questions about what guns are allowed in what divisions, please see the current rulebook on the Steel Challenge website. Payment will be required at registration.
The match will occur on April 25th and 26th, and competitors will squad and shoot in a half-day format. Meaning: each squad will shoot all 8 stages in a half-day block—squads will shoot either the morning or the afternoon on each day, and complete the match for the divisions shot in that half-day section. As such there will be four shooting blocks available for competitors to shoot the match (Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning, and Sunday afternoon) with seven squads per block.
Shooters may compete in up to 2 divisions per squad, but may not shoot the same gun in two different divisions in the same squad. (Example: Shooter signs up to shoot 3 divisions: LTD, PROD, and RFPO. He is shooting the same gun in both LTD and PROD. He can either sign up to shoot one gun in each of three blocks, or shoot two on one squad and one on another, but his squad for LTD and PROD must be different as he is shooting the same gun twice. This reduces the effect of a shooter using one run for “practice.”) Competitors shooting in more than 2 divisions must sign up for more than one squad block. Competitors will NOT have time to switch belt equipment if shooting two divisions on a squad, so either make certain that you don't need to switch equipment, or that you shoot in multiple squad blocks.
Shooters may register to compete in a maximum of six divisions.
If for some reason you need to withdraw from the match, full refunds will be given until April 1st. After April 1st, refunds will no longer occur, though you may arrange for someone else to take your slots (and pay you for them), and we will switch registrations upon email notice from you.
Registration, payment, squadding, and check-in procedure:
- Registration is available online via Practiscore. Register once for EACH division you plan to shoot. Payment is required at registration, and you will be able to squad once your registration is complete. Remember: No more than 2 divisions per squad, you may not shoot the same gun more than once on a particular squad, and you won't have time to switch belt equipment while shooting on a squad.
- If you wish to purchase a match shirt, they will be available for purchase on the match website. Match shirts will only be sold during registration, and no extra match shirts will be available for purchase at the match.
- The staff will all be having Subway boxed lunches on match days—if you want to purchase one also, do so through the match website (perhaps when you buy a match shirt?) and we’ll have one there for you. (Lunch is NOT included in the regular match fee, as most people will not be shooting the entire day.) Lunches need to be purchased prior to April 11th.
- On match day, you must check-in at the stats/registration table to verify your registration (and pick up your match shirt and lunch tickets if you ordered them). Check-in will be available from 7am to 7:30am for morning squads, and from 11:30 until 12:30pm for afternoon squads. If you sign up for a squad to shoot with specific people, your squad will not be broken up, however small squads may be combined as necessary on match day. If your starting stage is changed, you will be notified at check-in.
- Report to your initial bay/stage prior to 8am and 1pm (respectively) for the initial briefing. Once that is finished, your shooting order and procedures will be announced, the CRO will give the stage briefing, and it’ll be time to shoot things!
Awards and recognition:
Division and Category Awards: Division and Category winners will be announced after the match on Sunday. Awards will be given out according to the 3/5/7 rule for 1st/2nd/3rd place within a division, and with at least five in a category per division based on registration as of 5 pm on April 4th. (More awards may be added at the Match Director’s discretion.)
Class Awards: If a division has at least 10 shooters, 1st Place Class Awards will also be announced on Sunday for classes with at least five in the class in that division based on registration as of 5pm on April 4th. (Grandmasters and Unclassified shooters will not receive class awards.) Note: Since classes may change on a weekly basis in SCSA, there may be times when a class award is not given even though on match day there were 5 in the class, because there weren’t that many earlier during registration.) In a similar fashion, we might end up giving a class award for a class that no longer has 5 shooters in it, due to class changes.
Steel Master: The Steel Master Award is a special recognition for the competitor with the lowest aggregate score in a combination of three completed match times: one for rimfire pistol (optics or irons) and two entries in centerfire pistol, but no more than one entry in an optic sighted centerfire pistol division and only one rimfire pistol division. The Rifle Master Award is a special recognition for the competitor with the lowest aggregate score in the combination of two matches: the Rimfire Rifle (optics or irons) and Pistol Caliber Carbine (optics or irons).
Prizes: Additionally, this year we will have a random drawing for prizes at the end of each day. Each competitor gets one ticket per division entry given to them at check-in. Additionally, there will be a specific drawing for those competitors who have registered (and shot) five or six divisions. Competitors MUST be present to win---they must present the winning ticket at the time of the drawing, which on Saturday will occur after shooting has completed for those with entries on Saturday, and on Sunday during the awards presentation for those with entries on Sunday, and also for the 5/6 division prize.
Food and drink will NOT be available at the range for purchase. If you plan on staying for the entire day (two blocks of fire), please make certain to bring appropriate food and drink, or purchase a lunch via the website prior to April 11th.
The matchbook will be available here once completed.
The match will be run under the current edition of the Steel Challenge rules.
Match shirts and lunches may be ordered via the Shirt/Lunch Payment link.
Eastern Nebraska Gun Club
12200 Nebraska Highway 66, Louisville, NE.
GPS Coordinates to the range entrance: 41.001805, -96.103813