Unfortunately, Chabot Gun Club’s lease was not renewed by the East Bay Regional Park District and the marksmanship range is now permanently closed. We thank all of our tens of thousands of patrons for your support for more than fifty years at this important facility. There are no plans to open up at another location at this time, although we still are open to suggestions.
Metallic Silhouette Information:
When: 1st Sunday of each month
Match sign up begins at 9:00 AM, followed by a 1 hour sighting in period.
Match commences at 10:00 AM.
Where: Range 8 (200 meters)
Jan 3 Feb 7 Mar 6 April 3
May 1 June 5 July 3 Aug 7
Sept 4 Oct 2 Nov 6 Dec 4
Tim Morrison at the near end of the 200 yard range.
$8.00 for a 20 round match
$10.00 for a 40 round match
Courses of Fire:
The metallic targets are reduced size and all targets are engaged at 200 meters.
20 round match will include 5 each chickens, pigs, turkeys, and rams.
40 round match will include 10 each chickens, pigs, turkeys, and rams.
Each relay will have 2 ½ minutes to engage 5 targets, repeated twice for a 40 round match.
Scoped rifles AA, A, and B class.
(Beginning shooters will start in B class)
Rifles with iron sights
Some of the rules
Rifles can not weigh more than 10 Lbs 2 Oz.
Rifles must be chambered for 6mm or larger (.223 not acceptable).
Belted magnum calibers are not allowed.
No bullets that attract a magnet (steel clad, steel jacketed, steel core or armor piecing) or tracer rounds permitted
Shooting is done offhand standing without shooting coats, palmrests or slings.
Hearing protection and eye protection is required at all times while on the range.
First place will be awarded in any class that signs up at least 3 participants. Second, third, and fourth places will be awarded in the event that subsequent multiples of three entrants participate in that class.
In the event of a tie, in any class, the winner will be decided in a sudden death shoot off at the end match.
Members and nonmembers are welcome at these events