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Schedule – Machine Gun Shoot

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Aug 21 2013

Knob Creek Gun Range

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Knob Creek Gun Range of Louisville KY

Louisville KY’s Knob Creek Gun Range is a shooting range that is a cut above the rest. Our broad, expansive gun shooting facility greets its patrons with a 350 yard outdoor shooting range making it ideal for shooting various firearms such as pistols, rifles, shotguns and other guns. Patrons who do not have guns or simply are not carrying guns can rent from a wide selection of used guns from Knob Creek Gun Range at reasonable prices.

For those beginning to explore the sport of shooting, our gun range facility in West Point,  KY offers educational classes. We offer highly competent gun instructors who will teach you the basic information of gun safety. They will also demonstrate basic shooting skills. To expedite the learning process of new shooters.

Knob Creek Range also provides a wide variety of pistols, rifles, shotguns, ammo and a gallery of accessories, holsters, knives and optics.

Join Our Growing Membership

For a minimal amount of $100.00 per year, you can enjoy unlimited shooting range time during regular hours. If you want to bring your entire family, family membership is priced at $150.00 per year (this includes you, your spouse and your children under the age of 18).

Come and join today by calling 502-922-4457. We are conveniently located just one mile off Dixie Highway on Highway 44.

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Apr 18 2011

Spring 2018 KCR Shotgun Competition Results

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1 JEREMY PARKER 62.3
2 THOMAS EZENDAN 64.59
3 PAUL VOLK 79.42
4 PAUL WINTERS 95.43
5 RICHARD A STOWE JR 108.51
6 BRAD GRIFFIN 115.11
7 JOSEPH KELLEY 124.21
8 GEORGE STEEDLY 126.55
9 ROBBY BRYANT 128.3
10 ANDREAS WIERBITSKY 139.58
11 LEON VOLK 147.15
12 RICHARD STOWE  147.78
13 STEPHEN STRICK 174.96
14 MARTIN PRILLWITZ 195.82
   
     

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Apr 18 2011

Spring 2018 KCR National Subgun Competition Results

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Open Bolt – OPTICS

Place Last Name First Name Gun Nomenclature Caliber Score  
1 Parker Jeremy Sterling   9mm 86.72 TOP GUN
2 Blaschik Andy Sterling   9mm 94.64  
3 Kubancek Dale Sterling   9mm 95.79  
4 Bosio John M3   45 ACP 96.62  
5 Phillips Chuck Sterling   9mm 98.55  
6 Agee Jason Swed K   9mm 109.11  
7 James Tom Thompson 45 ACP 113.22  
8 Russell Jeff Swed K   9mm 117.25  
9 Wiersbitzky Andreas Sterling   9mm 117.59  
10 Russell John Swed K   9mm 121.18  
11 Carrere Joe Swed K   9mm 129.28  
12 Kreilein Glen M11   9mm 135.87  
13 Luettke Brian Uzi   9mm 142.35  
14 Montgomery Ron Uzi   9mm 144.07  
15 Smith Jono Swed K   9mm 157.99  
16 Grocox Cain Sterling   9mm 160.96  
17 Traynor Christopher Sterling   9mm 162.26  
18 Baillie Joel Sterling   9mm 168.97  
19 Anderson Shaggy M11   9mm 201.07  
20 Asnip Andrew Sterling   9mm 205.28  
21 King Chase Uzi   9mm 206.38  
22 Van der Reep David M11   9mm 441.45  
23 Watkins Riley Uzi   9mm 453.01  
24 Hall James Uzi   9mm 457.71  
25 Emery Bruce M11   9mm 487.71  
25 Marsegla Aaron Max 11   9mm 487.71  
25 Radecki Ryan Max 11   9mm 487.71  
25 Rainbolt Dan Max 11   9mm 487.71  
25 Schillig Ed Max 31A Mark 1 9mm 487.71  
25 Schillig Max Max 31A Mark 1 9mm 487.71  
31 Winthrop Michael Spitfire 45   45 ACP 487.71  
31 Bosio Joe M3   45 ACP AD/DQ  
31 Ezendam Thomas M11   9mm AD/DQ  
31 Norman Brandon M11   9mm AD/DQ  
31 Watkins David Uzi   9mm AD/DQ  
 
           
           
           
           
 

Open Bolt – IRON

Place Last Name First Name Gun Nomenclature Caliber Score
1 Bosio John M3   45 ACP 91.27
2 Blaschik Andy Sterling   9mm 100.20
3 Kubancek Dale Sterling   9mm 108.69
4 Phillips Chuck Sterling   9mm 121.40
5 Agee Jason Swed K   9mm 126.46
6 King Chase Uzi   9mm 128.42
7 James Tom Thompson   45 ACP 129.24
8 Carpenter Tom Uzi   9mm 133.95
9 Russell Jeff Swed K   9mm 134.03
10 Luetke Brian Uzi   9mm 136.60
11 Grocox Cain Sterling   9mm 140.38
12 Myrvang Folke Swed K   9mm 148.28
13 Parker Jeremy Sterling   9mm 149.42
14 Montgomery Ron Uzi   9mm 155.65
15 Norman Brandon M11   9mm 164.60
16 Wiersbitzky Andreas Sterling   9mm 193.08
17 Beck Jeff Berreta 38A 9mm 226.35
18 Schillig Ed Max 31A Mark 2 9mm 231.92
19 Asnip Andrew Sterling   9mm 233.91
20 Kreilein Glen Thompson   45 ACP 246.24
21 Schillig Max Max 31A Mark 2 9mm 251.44
22 Baillie Joel Sterling   9mm 266.56
23 Kirk Phil M11   9mm 298.15
24 Traynor Christopher Sterling   9mm 298.50
25 Kelly Ian Swed K   9mm 302.98
26 Griffin Brad Sterling   9mm 309.46
27 Belcher Josh Uzi   9mm 363.39
28 Kummer Mike Ingram M6   45 ACP 393.69
28 Norman Dennis Uzi   9mm 393.69
28 Winthrop Michael Spitfire 45   45 ACP 393.69
 
           
           
           
           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Closed Bolt – OPTICS

Place Last Name First Name Gun Nomenclature Caliber Score
1 Parker Jeremy M16   9mm 100.07
2 Blaschik Andy MP5   9mm 104.15
3 Wiersbitzky Andreas MP5   9mm 105.34
4 Essling Bill M16   9mm 123.41
5 Goodwin Ed MP5   9mm 125.50
6 Damazo Lane MP5   9mm 127.82
7 Phillips Chuck MP5   9mm 128.27
8 King Chase MP5   9mm 128.51
9 Cooper Steve MP5   9mm 131.33
10 Luettke Brian MP5   9mm 138.43
11 Bosio John MP5   9mm 138.85
12 Carpenter Tom MP5   9mm 142.31
13 James Tom MP5   9mm 145.84
14 Laub Pete M16   9mm 148.10
15 Winthrop Michael AR45   45 ACP 149.95
16 Bryant Robby MP5   9mm 159.82
17 Bare Danny MP5   9mm 170.53
18 Sprowls Steve MP5   9mm 170.90
19 Griffin Brad Reising 9mm 177.89
20 Wilson Eric M16   9mm 183.98
21 Steedly George M16   9mm 186.01
22 Norman Dennis M16   9mm 189.95
23 Gregory Mike MP5   9mm 213.18
24 Emery Bruce M11 Max 31 9mm 216.97
25 Walker Brian MP5   9mm 217.53
26 Carrere Joe M16   9mm 218.80
27 Baillie Joel MP5   9mm 249.88
28 Dyer Terry MP5   9mm 254.26
29 Sievers Brock M16   9mm 281.00
30 Wright Dave MP5   9mm 331.13
31 Varner Ed MP5   9mm 337.25
32 Hodge George M16   9mm 375.16
33 Stowe Richard M16   9mm 432.85
34 Williamson Ian MP5   9mm 442.17
35 Stowe, Jr Richard M16   9mm 466.72
 
           
           
           

 

Closed Bolt – IRON

Place Last Name First Name Gun Nomenclature Caliber Score
1 Carpenter Tom MP5   9mm 107.37
2 Luettke Brian MP5   9mm 108.22
3 King Chase MP5   9mm 129.94
4 Bosio John MP5   9mm 132.71
5 Blaschik Andy MP5   9mm 132.76
6 Phillips Chuck MP5 SD 9mm 137.64
7 Parker Jeremy M16     144.84
8 Kummer Mike Reising 45 ACP 153.79
9 Bryant Robby MP5   9mm 156.26
10 Pandiscia Brian MP5 BP5 9mm 159.58
11 James Tom MP5   9mm 173.17
12 Wiersbitzky Andreas MP5   9mm 180.31
13 Hanevik Asmund Swed K 9mm 216.14
14 Griffin Brad Reising 9mm 223.93
15 Baillie Joel MP5   9mm 250.15
16 Steedly George M16   9mm 252.99
17 Hemler Brian MP5   9mm 261.81
18 Snow Chris MP5   9mm 266.85
19 Emery Bruce M11 Max 31 9mm 292.25
20 Norman Dennis M16   9mm 300.38
21 Creager Richard MP5   9mm 308.12
22 Winthrop Michael AR45   45 ACP 341.84
23 Sievers Brock M16   9mm 456.57
 
           

 

UNLIMITED

Place Last Name First Name Gun Nomenclature Caliber Score
1 Blaschik Andy Sterling Mark IV 9mm 87.33
2 Pandiscia Brian Max11   9mm 95.81
3 Bosio John M3   45 ACP 97.71
4 Cooper Steve Max31   9mm 102.94
5 Norman Brandon M11   9mm 116.33
6 Calizo Irene Sterling   9mm 124.98
7 Norman Dennis M16   9mm 126.41
8 Schillig Max Max 31A Mark 2 9mm 130.31
9 Kreilein Glen M11   9mm 130.36
10 Luetke Brian MP5   9mm 139.47
11 Russell John Swed K   9mm 142.59
12 James Tom Thompson 45 ACP 145.30
13 Carrere Joe Swed K   9mm 146.00
14 Wiersbitzky Andreas Sterling   9mm 158.05
15 Eisenhauer Denise Sterling   9mm 159.34
16 Kubancek Dale Sterling   9mm 198.39
17 Rouse Lee Stemple   9mm 206.42
18 Blaschik Caroline Sterling   9mm 224.75
19 Rouse Mike Stemple   9mm 225.15
20 Kirk Phil M11   9mm 246.17
21 Emery Bruce M11   9mm 281.64
22 Jordan Deb Uzi   9mm 285.24
23 Winthrop Michael Spitfire 45   45 ACP 287.64
24 Phillips Chuck Sterling   9mm 317.64
25 Ezendam Thomas Max 31   9mm AD/DQ
25 Schillig Ed Max 31A Mark 2 9mm AD/DQ
 
           
           
           
           

 

LADIES

Place Last Name First Name Gun Caliber Class Score
1 Calizo Irene Sterling 9mm Open Bolt/Optic Sights 126.84
2 Eisenhauer Denise Sterling 9mm Open Bolt/Optic Sights 137.99
3 Carrere Joyce Swed K 9mm Open Bolt/Iron Sights 149.75
  Carrere Joyce Swed K 9mm Open Bolt/Optic Sights 152.84
  Calizo Irene MP5 9mm Closed Bolt/Optic Sights 157.34
  Calizo Irene Sterling 9mm Open Bolt/Iron Sights 172.62
  Eisenhauer Denise Sterling 9mm Open Bolt/Iron Sights 192.57
4 Blaschik Caroline Sterling 9mm Open Bolt/Optic Sights 205.39
5 Bryant Robin MP5 9mm Closed Bolt/Optic Sights 220.24
  Calizo Irene MP5 9mm Closed Bolt/Iron Sights 247.8
6 Jordan Deb Uzi 9mm Open Bolt/Optic Sights 251.53
  Bryant Robin MP5 9mm Closed Bolt/Iron Sights 274.84
7 Phillips Sandra PPS43 9mm Open Bolt/Iron Sights 304.84
  Blaschik Caroline MP5 9mm Closed Bolt/Optic Sights AD/DQ
 
           
           

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Jan 25 2011

Machine Gun Shoot

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Machine Gun Shoot

The Machine Gun Shoot & Military Gun Show is a bi-annual event, typically held on the second weekend of April and October. The next Machine Gun Shoot takes place on October 12, 13 & 14, 2018.

Click here to view the Machine Gun Shoot schedule The participants are machine gun dealers, collectors and enthusiasts from all over the country. The Machine Gun Shoot itself consists of three days of machine gun shooting, dealer displays, shooting competitions and a spectacular Saturday Night Shoot.  The machine gunners are shooting at a wide variety of used appliances, abandoned vehicles, and barrels of fuel with pyrotechnic charges attached. The pyrotechnic charges are painted orange for the shooter to see. The charges are set off by the impact of the bullets, creating large mushroom clouds and fireballs from hell! (Click here to see a video of one of our machine gun shoots) Their objective is to destroy everything down range. A wide variety of rare and exotic weaponry will be on display for all to see, such as Water Cooled Brownings, Mini-guns, AK-47’s, MG-42’s, Tommy Guns, M-16’s, Vickers belt fed, Uzi’s, MP5’s & many others too numerous to mention. A big thank you to our sponsors.

Gun Show

The Military Gun Show has drawn dealers from across the country to buy, sell and trade rifles, pistols, shotguns, and machine guns. They also will be selling ammo, military surplus, hard to find gun parts and much more. The gun show consists of over 900 tables and is set up in a large lighted pole barn adjacent to the firing line and Clubhouse. Security is on patrol at all times. Knob Creek cordially invites you to come and support the second amendment, “the right to keep and bear arms“. For vendor information please contact Gina at KnobCreekRange@aol.com.

 

Admission – Friday or Saturday $15, Sunday $15, Kids $5  

 

  • Knob Creek is a Cold Range.  This means NO loaded Firearms of any kind may be carried on Knob Creek property during the Machine Gun Shoot.  All Firearms must be declared and zip tied with magazines out at the admission gate.
  • No ATVs will be allowed for personal transportation. There are courtesy transports and mule for hires available to transport people and their merchandise to and from the parking lot as well as the gun show area and lower ranges.
  • NO PETS ALLOWED
  • Camping at Knob Creek Gun Range is offered on a first come first serve basis and is pro-rated. Those arriving Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday will pay $50.00 per person, campers setting up Thursday will pay $40.00 per person, campers setting up Friday will pay $30.00 per person and campers setting up Saturday will pay $20.00 per person. Campers under 18 are free if accompanied by their parents. Be advised there are no electric or water hookups, however Port-A- Pots are available.
  • General admission — Adults $15.00 a day on Friday and Saturday and only $15 per person on Sunday. Children under 12 $5.00 a day.
  • Hearing and eye protection is strongly recommended and available.
  • Information packets for the Assault Rifle Competition, Old Military Bolt Action Rifle Competition, KCR National Subgun Competition, KCR Practical Pistol Competition, & KCR Assault Shotgun Competition now available here.  Click on the pull down for squads and times.
  • 22 LR Fun Match is open Saturday starting at 9 am and is held next to the Subgun Range (Cowboy Range).  The cost is $5 if you are using your own gun and ammo and $10 if you use our gun and ammo (25 rds).  You will be shooting at 34 steel plate targets.   No pre-registration just show up at the match site.
  • Subgun Jungle Walk is Friday and Saturday only on the lower range. $20 if you have your own gun and ammo or $40 if you use our Uzi (includes ammo), 9 am till 6 pm.  Report to the Jungle Walk early for squading.
  • Open shooting is allowed on the lower range. The price is $15 per person for a single relay of 90 minutes. Report to the range early for squading.  Hearing and Eye Protection are required.
  • The shooting of tracers will be allowed weather permitting.
  • Handicap parking available.

Machine Gun Rentals

You MUST Be at least 18 years of age to rent / shoot any of the machine guns!

Machine gun rentals are available Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the main firing line ( M240 308, Shorty .50cal, 1919 30-06 and Spade Grip M4  .556).  Fee is paid to the renter (cash only)  and a waiver must be filled out in the Range House.

Saturday and Sunday on the lower range (Saturday 9 am till 7 pm. Sunday 9 am to 3 pm). Email KnobCreekRange@AOL.com for a complete list of  Machine Gun Rentals available.    Fee is paid to renter (cash only) and a waiver must be signed on the Lower Range.

Hotel Accommodations

Click here for a list of near by accommodations Register here for Machine Gun Shoot Competitions

K.C.R. National Subgun Competition

The open bolt and closed bolt Subgun Competition will be held on Friday and Saturday, at the Subgun Range directly south of the main range. A range briefing will be held at 8:00 a.m. each day, with the competition starting promptly at 8:30 a.m. There will be one or more competitive stages set up for the competition. Calibers allowed are .380 and larger. NO 22’s! You will need at least 100 rds of ammo and several magazine changes are required. HEARING AND EYE PROTECTION ARE MANDATORY! NOTICE: The Subgun Range will be run as a “cold” range. Please see “rules summary” 5.0 for a description. We are squading all shooters as they sign up. Please choose Friday or Saturday AND list times that are convenient for you. Only ONE run per class (open iron/closed iron/open optics/closed optics/unlimited/fun run) per person will be allowed (up to 5 runs per person). If you have any questions, please call us at the range (502) 922-4457. All entries (including “No-Shows”) are non-refundable and non-transferable. Download Subgun Registration Form (PDF – Requires Adobe Reader)   Please be at the Subgun Range 20 minutes before your squad for a safety briefing

Assault Rifle Competition

The Assault Rifle Competition will require a minimum of 30 rounds with at least one magazine change likely. The course has a starting circle where all instructions are explained.  There are 4 shooting positions:  the first is off hand standing, there are 5 steel plates and a bonus target.  You are shooting left to right with one shot per target.  The second position is the same as the first, 5 steel targets and a bonus always left to right in sequence.  The third is sitting, there will be 5 steel targets on the hill shooting left to right with one shot per target.  Also at the bottom of the hill is a paper target , you will shoot at it 5 times.  Somewhere for semi rifles there must be a magazine change, doesn’t matter where.  The fourth position is prone, there will be 5 steel targets same as before shooting left to right, then the clock stopper.  You will shoot at this target until you knock it down, this stops the clock. All steel targets will be done as 1 shot per target going from left to right. A target shot out of sequence will be called a missed target and a 10 second penalty will be assessed. In addition, there will be a bonus target on each stage. If hit you will have ten seconds removed from your total time. If missed there is no penalty. The object of this competition is to end up with the lowest possible time. Your score is based on moving time, target score and penalty score. The target distances will be from 50 yards to 125 yards. Ammo pouches, mag pouches and jungle clip magazines will be allowed. Any semi or full auto with semi capabilities with or without a scope can be used. Range officer’s decision is final! HEARING AND EYE PROTECTION ARE MANDATORY! To ensure your position, please register in advance. Only one run per competition (assault/bolt) per person will be allowed. “No shows” are non-refundable and non-transferable. Download Assault Rifle Registration Form (PDF – Requires Adobe Reader)  Please be at the Assault Range 20 minutes before your squad for a safety briefing

Old Military Bolt Action Rifle Competition

Old Military Bolt Action Rifle Competition will require a minimum of 30 rounds. The course has a starting circle where all instructions are explained.  There are 4 shooting positions:  the first is off hand standing, there are 5 steel plates and a bonus target.  You are shooting left to right with one shot per target.  The second position is the same as the first, 5 steel targets and a bonus always left to right in sequence.  The third is sitting, there will be 5 steel targets on the hill shooting left to right with one shot per target.  Also at the bottom of the hill is a paper target , you will shoot at it 5 times.  Somewhere for semi rifles there must be a magazine change, doesn’t matter where.  The fourth position is prone, there will be 5 steel targets same as before shooting left to right, then the clock stopper.  You will shoot at this target until you knock it down, this stops the clock. All steel targets will be done as 1 shot per target going from left to right. A target shot out of sequence will be called a missed target and a 10 second penalty will be assessed. In addition, there will be a bonus target on each stage. If hit you will have ten seconds removed from your total time. If missed there is no penalty. The object of this competition is to end up with the lowest possible time. Your score is based on moving time, target score and penalty score. The target distances will be from 50 yards to 125 yards. Military issue guns only, can’t be modified at all only a few sniper rifles had scopes.   Stripper clips and mag pouches will be allowed. Range officer’s decision is final! If you have any questions please call us at (502) 922-4457. “No shows” are non-refundable and non-transferable. HEARING AND EYE PROTECTION ARE MANDATORY! Download Bolt Action Rifle Registration Form (PDF – Requires Adobe Reader) .  Please be at the Bolt Range 20 minutes before your squad for a safety briefing

K.C.R. Shotgun Competition

 

  1. The weapon must conform to the general configuration of production weapons (as opposed to factory custom shops) with only slight modification to sights, barrel length and trigger weight.
  2. No add on recoil compensator’s.  (porting, such as Magna Port, Keeper or Pro Port , which do not add length to the weapon is acceptable)
  3. No add on devices to enhance reloading.
  4. No optical sights or dot sights.
  5. No flimsy device of any kind unsuitable for the rigors of duty use shall be allowed.
  6. No slugs or bird shot. (# 4 buckshot or larger only)
  7. 25 rounds should do the job.

ALL SHOOTERS MUST WEAR HEARING AND EYE PROTECTION! Remember space is limited so sign up in advance to assure your spot in the competition. Only one run per person will be allowed. “No shows” are non-refundable & non-transferable. Download Shotgun Registration Form (PDF – Requires Adobe Reader) .  Please be at the Shotgun Range 20 minutes before your squad for a safety briefing

K.C.R. Practical Pistol Competition

Scoring:

The lowest cumulative time wins the Competition (total of times for each stage + penalties). Each stage will begin with the tone of the timer and end with the last shot fired. Paper targets must have at least 7 points to be neutralized. A sample target will be available to view at the match.

Calibers:

No caliber smaller than 9mm. A power factor for minor calibers (9mm, 38, and 38 super) is 125. For major calibers (357, 45 acp and up) are 165. To calculate the power factor, multiply bullet weight x velocity and divide by 1000.

Equipment:

No speed holsters allowed. No compensated guns allowed. Holsters and mag pouches must be worn behind the hip. That is usually within 3”of the seams of your pants. No cross draw holsters allowed. No shoulder holsters allowed. All shooters must wear eye and ear protection at all times.

NOTICE:

This is a Practical Pistol Competition. Your pistol must be something that you would and could wear concealed. Safety is our first concern. If you handle your weapon in an unsafe manner, you will be D.Q.ed at the discretion of the Range Officer. If you do a 180, that is turn around or point your weapon up range, loaded or unloaded, you will automatically be D.Q.ed! Do not handle your weapon until you are instructed by the Range Officer. The Pistol Competition will be run as a cold range, which is no loaded weapons except on the firing line under the supervision of a R.O. Remember space is limited, only one run per person. “No shows” are non-refundable and non-transferable. Download K.C.R. Pistol Registration Form (PDF – Requires Adobe Reader).  Please be at the Pistol Range 20 minutes before your squad for a safety briefing.

KCR Jungle Walk

The Jungle Walk is a sub-caliber (pistol cal. only) sub-machine-gun course, laid out in a wooded area setting next to the creek.  The course is a walking trail.  The shooter negotiates with a loaded sub-machine-gun in hand, with the range-controller following behind.  The brave sub-machine-gunner has 50 rounds of ammo and is looking for 18 metal (enemy) targets.  You has to ration your shots out on Full Auto in order to not run out of ammo and engage each target.  The Jungle Walk controller does not tell the shooter if they hit the target when they fire (exceptions are the very young, very old or if they ask for help).  No help in sensing targets if the shooter wants to compete.  Many just want to shoot the Uzi for the first time in an interesting setting, so therefore are not competitors. Targets: We score target hits first.  Then the time it took to go from the start line to the round hitting the last target.  The targets are blended into the wooded surroundings except for four of them.  These four targets are close together and are painted orange.  The shooter is supposed to spray with one continuous burst these four and is scored for area fire.  All 14 other targets are engaged individually and require an actual hit on each one. Debriefing: When the shooter has finished the course, Their sub-machine-gun is cleared.  They are told how many targets they hit and their time for the course.  They are then escorted back to the starting line where the next shooter is waiting for their try in the vaunted “Jungle Walk”. The Jungle Walk runs on Friday and Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm on Friday and 7 pm on Saturday. (Good Lord willin and the Creek don’t rise). Report to range early for squading (preregistration is not available). The cost is $20 to shoot if you have your own gun and ammo or $40 to shoot if you use our Uzi (ammo included (50 rds)).  This fee is paid at the Jungle Walk on the day you shoot (cash only) no pre-registration available.

22LR Fun Match

The 22 match is only open on Saturday.  It starts at 9 am and is held next to the Subgun Range (Cowboy Range).  The cost is $5 if you are using your own gun and ammo and $10  if you use our gun and ammo (25 rds) (this fee is paid at the match on the day you shoot) .  You will be shooting at 34 steel plate targets.   No preregistration available, just show up at the match site.  You can shoot this as many times as you like (or until you run out of money).

 

 

Grounds Map

 

MGS Grounds Map

 

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Jan 12 2011

Future Machine Gun Shoot Dates

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Future Machine Gun Shoot Dates.  Mark your calendars.

 

October 12, 13 & 14, 2018

April 12, 13 & 14, 2019

October 11, 12 & 13, 2019

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Dec 08 2010

Gun Sales

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Knob Creek Gun Range stocks a wide range of guns and ammunition for sale. Some brands we stock are listed below.

Busmaster Firearms Armalite Auto Ordnance Firearms
Barrett Firearms Beretta Firearms Bersa Firearms
Double Star Firearms DPMS Panther Firearms Lock Firearms
Heckler and Koch Firearms Kahr Firearms Kel Tec Firearms
Ceksa Firearms Magnum Research In. Guns Marlin guns
Mossberg Guns Olympic arms Inc. Guns Para Ordnance Firearms
Remington guns Ruger Firearms Savage Arms - guns
Sig Sauer Firearms Springfield Armory Firearms Taurus Firearms

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Dec 08 2010

Guns 101

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Guns 101

 

FAQ section

We know guns, join us at Knob Creek Gun Range.

 

 

GOT A QUESTION?

 
Join us at Knob Creek Gun Range and have your questions answered.
 

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Mar 22 2017

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Tell us about your experience by going to the links below. We appreciate any feedback about your experience.

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Aug 21 2013

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Knob Creek Gun Range sells a wide range of guns and ammunition.