• November 29, 2015
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Cost: $15 for VCGHC members & $20 for non VCGHC members
Registration: 8am – 8:45am
Safety Briefing: 8:45am
Match Begins: 9am              (PLEASE BE ON TIME)


Divisions Will Be:

Open Bolt Iron

Open Bolt Optic

Closed Bolt Iron

Closed Bolt Optic

Semi Auto Pistol Caliber Carbine

22LR Full Auto

22LR Semi Auto


You may enter multiple divisions (additional entry fees are required)


Match Gear

  1. A Submachine Gun (proper ATF paperwork is required) or a pistol caliber semi-auto carbine (.22LR is Allowed) with 4-6 magazines
  2. 350-500 rounds of subgun ammo (semi-auto shooters 200-300 rounds)
  3. Magazine pouch
  4. Pistol with holster and 2-3 magazines (optional)
  5. 25 rounds of pistol ammo  (optional)
  6. Pistol Magazine pouch (optional)

Other accessories:
Suppressor (proper ATF paperwork is required)

Water and other liquids to keep you hydrated

Chilly Pad Cooling Towel

Rain gear / boots if it is going to be wet the match day or the day before

We hope everyone will come out to our Subgun Sunday Match. Full auto is what it is all about but semi auto shooters are more than welcome, after all how else can we lure new shooters to the dark side. This match will give everyone some relief from Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. The match will consist of 4 bays. Expect to shoot 100-150 rounds per bay.

We have requested there be less rain for this match then our first match. We will have more targets per bay this match since we have acquired a batch of steel targets and if it is dry we will be able to use paper targets. The steel targets we have acquired are much smaller than the 18”X24” steel plates we were shooting at the last match. We do want to thank the Volusia County Gun and Hunt Club for letting us use their Steel Challenge steel for our first match.

The bays will have some awesome layouts with lots of targets requiring accuracy, trigger control, and cunning. There is no telling what we might be shooting at, hanging steel plates (rounds, squares, and diamonds), falling plates, pepper poppers, Texas Star, plate racks, paper targets and whatever other devious things we can come up with. There will be no shoots and plenty of bonus/style points available. Make sure you have at least 4 -6 magazines. If you run out of ammo for your subgun you may transition to your pistol to finish the bay.

One of the bays will have a subgun staged in the bay with ten rounds in the magazine which can be used to neutralize the 1-3 designated targets. This is not a requirement, you can use the gun you brought to neutralize these targets but you are limited to a maximum of ten rounds in the magazine for these designated targets. This is so everyone has a chance to shoot a subgun.


We want everyone to have a blast and want to come back and bring a bunch of their friends but safety comes first over everything else.


If you have any questions please contact me atRichard@bwefirearms.com.