News & Match Results
Adjustments to Match Operations
Effective January 1, 2023
The following adjustments to match operations will be in place for the duration of the Covid-19 emergency:
Social distancing is encouraged by all attending.
Mask use is optional. Shooters MUST bring their own masks. Mask use is not required on the firing line.
We hope to reschedule this event in 2023.
The biggest challenge for new shooters is getting started. First Shots makes getting started in shooting very easy — and, best of all, it’s free.
At a First Shots seminar, you’ll receive:
An educational introduction to the safe and recreational use of firearms
A clear understanding of the local requirements for owning and purchasing a firearm
Individual and group training
A rundown of shooting sports opportunities for all levels
A chance to give shooting a try!
Contact Mike Ensminger at email@example.com or call 509-628-0889 to sign up.
Includes rimfire handgun training and opportunities to try a variety of centerfire handguns.
See flyer for more information
Youth Introduction to Firearms
The Tri-Cities Shooting Association (TCSA) is planning to conduct a series of classes in 2023 designed to introduce youth to firearms, firearms safety and shooting.
Participants will be introduced to shooting with activities, targets, and competition suitable for junior shooters.
This event will offer an opportunity for young shooters to learn gun safety, practice gun safety, learn about gun handling and shooting technique. All firearms and ammunition is provided.
Each participant will be assisted by a qualified TCSA Range Safety Officer.
Contact Ron Jorgensen at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up following schedule be posted.
See brochure for additional information.
The Hunter Sight-in event is a free event open to members of the public and provides shooters with an opportunity to sight in their hunting rifles at the TCSA Highpower Rifle Range.
This event will be scheduled for some time in September 2023 with activities beginning at 0900 and ending at 1500. All shooters must provide their own ammunition and will fire from 200 yards. Each time a shot is fired, the target will be lowered and the impact point marked. Once the target is raised back up you will be able to see what adjustments are required.
There is no limit to the number of rounds each shooter can fire.