KCR National Subgun Competition
Time & Location
About the Event
Schedule & Location:
The open bolt and closed bolt Subgun Competition will be held 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 22s! 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 6 runs per person).
All entries (including “No-Shows”) are non-refundable and non-transferable. If you have any questions, please call us at the range (502) 922-4457.
3.1 Guns must be fired in full auto mode only.
3.2 Guns may be altered, providing such alterations in no way interfere with the functioning of the manufacturer's safety devices.
3.3 Scopers and lasers will be allowed.
3.6 All competitiors and spectators are required to wear hearing and eye protection.
3.7 Only pistol calibers of .380 and above are permitted. No 22s! Armor piercing, incendiary, exploding, multiple projectile, steel core or steel jacketed bullets are NOT permitted.
4.1 All firearms must be properly registered with the BATF in Washington DC. A copy of the appropriate paperwork must be available for inspection if requested.
4.2.2 No competitor will ever wear, carry or use two or more firearms simultaneously in any competition.
4.3 Multiple magazines are allowed unless specifically disallowed during walk through.
4.3.2 No competitor will be allowed to hold ammuniition or magazines in his or her hand during competition except during the process of loading, unloading or reloading.
4.4 If a malfunction cannot be cleared and firing continued within a reasonable time, the competitor will be obligated to accept the "did not finish" (DNF) time.
4.6 The range director, chief range officer or range officer, upon proper presentation of evidence, may, at their discretion, disqualify (DQ) any competitor for a violation of rule(s).
5.0 The range will be operated as a "cold" range. This means that all firearms are to be unloaded, chambers clear and have no magazine inserted at anytime except at a firing point and when the competitor is under the direct control of a Range Officer.
5.2 All firearms must be rendered safe and slung (over the shoulder and muzzle down) or cased when moving on or off the range or between areas on the range.
11.2 A competitor shall present his dispute to the range officer within 30 minutes of the occurence of the dispute. The range director is the final authority in the disposition of disputes.