USPSA Steel Challenge Shooting Association Sanctioned Georgia State Championship
June 9th and 10th, 2017
Benefitting the Chattahoochee Valley Land Trust and Team Red, White and Blue, Strongpoint Shooting Complex will be hosting all 8 stages of USPSA Steel Challenge on June 9 and 10, 2017. Thanks to Team Red, White and Blue, competitors will not be required to paint or reset stages. Just have fun!
Cash Payback (commensurate with entries, but guaranteed top honors):
$1,000 for Steel Master (1 Rimfire Pistol, 1 Centerfire Optics Pistol, 1 Centerfire Iron Pistol)…
$500 for Rifle Master (1 Rimfire Rifle and 1 PCC) $1,000 for Centerfire Pistol first place
$500 for Rimfire Pistol first place
$500 for Rimfire Rifle first place
$500 for PCC first place
Additional cash and plaques for division and category winners based on participation. A minimum of 5 completed competitors for a first place, 10 for second place and 15 for third place.
Entry Fees: First gun/entry: $150
Additional guns/entries (max of 4): $50/ea
4-Gun Package (includes shirt): $275
Match fee includes one ticket for the catered banquet on Saturday night. Additional tickets can be purchased for $10. If you plan to shoot more than one gun in the event you must register all guns. Once you’ve registered all of your entries we will set the match fee for payment. Once payment is made you can squad. You may shoot a maximum of two guns per session. We will be using 1/2 day sessions.
Registration: https://practiscore.com/georgia-steel-challenge-championship/register. If searching Practiscore, please search for “Georgia steel”. If you have questions or problems completing your registration contact Zack Jones (email@example.com) for assistance. (Hotels, Required Waivers)
The Chattahoochee Valley Land Trust’s mission is to protect land in the Chattahoochee Valley for present and future generations. Nearly 26,000 acres in our 16 county region are forever protected: urban green space, farms, forests, and open land for hunting and general outdoor recreation. CVLT hosts interactive events and programs to raise awareness to promote the importance of land conservation and protection of our natural resources.
The local/Fort Benning chapter of Team Red White & Blue is nearly 2,000 members strong. Team RWB has an ethos that is known intimately by each team member who puts on the widely-recognized red shirt. The ‘Eagle Ethos’ is: passion, people, positivity, commitment, camaraderie, and community. While there are certain principles that all nonprofits should adhere to, these are the things that make Team RWB special.