Pistol Activities

Two different leagues are held throughout the year. The Wednesday Night Pistol League, which is a traditional bullseye pistol match, and a monthly 900 pistol league. In addition to the leagues, The Bridgeport Rifle Club also hosts a variety of  "Fun Shoots".

Any center fire or rim fire handgun may used. Fully automatic and similar type hand guns are never permitted for use. These rules are to ensure the safety of everyone on the range and to help prevent any possible damage to the range itself.

See below for more details.


Wednesday Night Pistol League

The Wednesday Night Pistol League focuses on competitive bullseye shooting. The Bridgeport Rifle Club hosts this league on Wednesday nights in the Spring, and Fall, and is open to members and non-members alike. The league begins at 5:00pm on Wednesday evenings, with relays running until approx. 8:00pm.

The Fall 2019 League begins September 4th.
here for the schedule and registration form.

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900 League

The Bridgeport Rifle Club hosts a 900 Bullseye Pistol League each month on a Thursday night from October to May. This is a NRA sanctioned pistol league open to members and non-members alike. There will be 3 relays per night. The first relay begins at 5:30pm.

The 2019-2020 League begins October 4th.
here for details.

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Fun Shoots

Throughout the year, Bridgeport Rifle Club hosts a number of "Fun Shoots". These are geared towards folks enjoying something other than bullseye shooting. Competitors get to shoot at unusual skill targets in different shooting scenarios. They are open to members and non-members.

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NRA Pistol Sectional

The NRA Open Sectional National Indoor Pistol Championships are fired at Sectional tournaments throughout the United States. All fired scores are sent to the NRA where they are compiled, and a National Champion is determined.

The Bridgeport Rifle Club hosts the NRA Indoor Pistol Sectional in March of every year. The match is sponsored by the Connecticut State Rifle and Revolver Association.

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