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This match is usually held on the 4th Saturday of each month.

The BRSP 2-Gun shooting event is a dynamic practical shooting match which challenges your ability to shoot safely, rapidly and accurately at a variety of steel and paper targets from contact distance out to 200 yards. You may choose to shoot a rifle and pistol, or a rifle and pistol-caliber carbine, or a pistol and pistol-caliber carbine. Iron sights, optics, compensators, and high capacity magazines are all permitted.

The cost to shoot the match is $21 for BRSP Annual Members (EPM), and $31 for non-members. Slots for the match may be limited. Shooters are strongly encouraged to register in advance by signing up at If not enough shooters sign up by the day before the match, it may be canceled. If there is room we will allow walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis. Shooters please try to arrive early as we can always use help setting up.

This is a physically challenging event. You may be required to move safely around the range with loaded firearms, shoot from various positions, shoot targets that move, or shoot while you are moving. You may have to reload or safely clear your firearm during the stage. You may be required to shoot pistol using both of your hands, your strong hand only or support hand only. You may also be required to shoot your long gun from either shoulder.

Your score is the time it takes you to complete the stage plus any penalties assessed. Penalties include hitting a target that is designated as a no-shoot target, missing a target, not hitting the target in the required amount of time, or not complying with other specific requirements for the stage.

The safety rules are similar to other BRSP events. All guns must be centerfire non-magnum calibers, no high velocity bottleneck-cartridge pistol calibers, no steel or penetrating projectiles, and no tracer/incendiary ammo. All our matches are run on cold ranges, with no loaded guns allowed until directed by the Range Officer. Chamber flags are to be used, and eye and ear protection is to be worn at all times. Click the link at the bottom for the official 2-Gun Match Rules.

Ammunition Requirements

The total round count is approximately 125, assuming you don’t miss. It is recommended you bring at least 150 pistol-caliber rounds (for handgun or PCC at closer ranges), PLUS an additional 100 rounds for your long gun (centerfire rifle or PCC at longer ranges). No ammunition that attracts a magnet is allowed. This includes steel core bullets, bi-metal jacketed bullets, military green tip, or armor piercing bullets. No magnum or bottleneck cartridge pistol calibers.


Please see match rules for equipment requirements within each division. Sig braces and any variant thereof are permitted. Compliance with federal and state laws is the responsibility of the competitor. Handgun conversions are allowed, provided they meet all PCC criteria. No PCCs may use magnum or bottleneck cartridge calibers, or .30 Carbine rounds. Registered Short Barreled Rifles are permitted, providing the competitor is in compliance with all applicable laws.

Handguns require a holster that must cover the trigger, and retain the handgun during vigorous movement. Magazine pouches are recommended (at least 1 for rifle and 2 for pistol).

Knee pads and elbow pads are recommended. Slings are not required, and are generally not used.

Matches generally involve courses where the shooter must move through different stages, and engage targets in a variety of different positions.

Most stages will require the shooter to transition between different firearms.

Recommendations for New Shooters

Read the rules and come prepared, but don’t feel you need to purchase a lot of extra equipment initially. Come and see what other shooters are using and recommending.

Know your rifle zero from 7 to 100 yards. Come early to your first match with a good attitude, help set up the match, and introduce yourself to the Range Officer and other shooters.

Wear appropriate clothing for being outdoors during the match, which will usually run between 4 and 6 hours. Work gloves are recommended for helping to set up, tear down, and reset stages.  Bring water, snacks, lunch, bug repellent, sunblock, etc.

For additional information, please phone (907) 688-3967 during normal range operating hours.

2-Gun Rules 2020
2-Gun Rules 2020
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