Two Rivers Pistol League

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The Two Rivers Bullesye Pistol League begins the week of January 13th. The league has 13 teams from 5 different towns (Humboldt, Storm Lake, Pocahontas, Royal and Fort Dodge).

The league consists of 22 caliber rimfire shooters, center fire (handgun of .32 caliber or greater) shooters and .45 caliber pistol shooters.

The league consists of 10 weekly matches held at different locations according to a schedule.

The league follows the NRA Bullseye Pistol Rules.

Humbolt Team

  • Humboldt Red
  • Humboldt Pink
  • Humboldt Green

Storm Lake Team

  • Storm Lake Gold

Pocahontas Teams

  • Pocahontas Green
  • Pocahontas Blue

Royal Team

  • Royal

Fort Dodge Teams

  • Fort Dodge Blue
  • Fort Dodge Gold
  • Fort Dodge Red
  • Fort Dodge Green
  • Fort Dodge Purple
  • Fort Dodge Silver

Course of Fire

Bullseye Pistol (also known as Conventional Pistol) is shot from a standing position using a one handed grip with no support. Indoor shooting is done at 50 feet at NRA targets B2 and B3 targets.

22 Caliber Match (60 rounds)

  • Slow Fire – 10 rounds are fired at B2 target in 10 minutes.  Two targets are shot for 20 rounds.
  • Timed Fire - Two 5 round strings are fired at B3 target in 20 seconds.  Two targets are shot for 20 rounds.
  • Rapid Fire - Two 5  round strings are fired at B3 target in 10 seconds.  Two targets are shot for 20 rounds.

CF Caliber Match (30 rounds)

  • Slow Fire – 10 rounds are fired at B2 target in 10 minutes.
  • Timed Fire - Two 5 round strings are fired at B3 target in 20 seconds.
  • Rapid Fire - Two 5  round strings are fired at B3 target in 10 seconds.

45 Caliber Match (30 rounds)

  • Slow Fire – 10 rounds are fired at B2 target in 10 minutes.
  • Timed Fire - Two 5  round strings are fired at B3 target in 20 seconds.
  • Rapid Fire - Two 5 round strings are fired at B3 target in 10 seconds.

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Scores during the match are recorded by team captains and reported to the league secretary.  Individual and Team scores are posted during the season.  At the end of the season scores are sent to the NRA.  Shooters are given classifications by the NRA based on their performance.  A league banquet is held at the end of the year for Two Rivers Rifle League and Two Rivers Pistol League competitors.