1:00 P.M. SIGN UP

   1:30 MATCH START  

  After 30 seconds of careful consideration, the staff of the Pistol Plate Match has decided that holding the December match on the last Saturday shopping day before Christmas, was not one that would fly very far. Therefore, we have scheduled the next Plate Match for Saturday, January 27, 2018. Sign ups will begin at 1:00 PM, pre-shoot briefing at 1:15 and first shooting at 1:30.

  Please enjoy and very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We will see you in January.

Pistol Plate Match Registration And Rules:

CLICK LINK for registration and Rules:


      Pistol Plate Match Rules.pdf

Pistol Plate Match 101

There are three categories (1) Semi-Auto (2) Revolver and (3) Rimfire. You can shoot in one for $5, two for $7.50 or all three for just $10.  f you are 18 or younger all you’re shooting is free, but you must have an adult present. This event is open to the public and to all ages.  Along with open sights, only red dot optics on off the shelf standard handguns are used. All shooting is stationary from behind your individual carpeted table. You may keep your brass.

After the regular shooting ends we will make Challenge matches available for the first time.  Both shooters pay $2 each to shoot a best of three run and the winner not only gets bragging rights, but his $2 back as well!  So be sure to bring plenty of ammunition and magazines for back to back relays.  

Safety along with your fun is the goal, so don't forget your eye & ear protection. We'll have some new procedures in place  for less time between each time that you shoot (it's still double elimination). We will also have treats for those that shoot, because Oct isn't only about Steel Plate Match Shooting

The Why & How



     What's eight inches around, hard as steel and everyone loves to knock down from 40 feet away? 

      Why the steel plates at the 4th Saturday of the month shooting event of course?  Young or old, large caliber or small, everyone can discover just how accurately they can shoot a handgun in this double elimination family friendly 'competition' at Red Cliffs Rifle and Pistol range.  The real competition is to better your own skills over time.  With that said, 'honey' can show 'hubby' who the real shooter in the family is. Don't be surprised if the 'kids' out gun both parents.  Spectators are always welcomed, just sign in!


      Shooting is divided  into three categories (at least until enough interest is shown to add more).  All categories use 'stock' firearms such as you own already.  We don't shoot high end units at this time so you can leave them at home.  Your only decision is to decide between adding optics (red dot sights) or the standard open sights whichever you prefer.  The three current categories are  1) Rim fire   2) Revolver and 3) Semi Automatic. Center fire is done at 40 feet and rim fire is 30 feet on smaller plates Be sure to bring extra speed loaders or magazines because this is a fast paced event where you'll be back on the line quickly, well until you've lost twice anyway.

      Start the day by knocking over six steel plates on a 4 foot high rack as fast as YOU can, two times back to back on our timer. The combined total of these two times determine who you will shoot against in the one on one competition. Keep going until your second loss in that category. It's possible to loose once and still win the category! One winner in each category and one overall champion for the day. As long as YOU improve each month you'll be having fun while improving your skills! 

      The plate match is held in the new training bay area. Sign in begins at 7:30 AM and shooting starting at 8 AM.  Please sign in by 8 AM. Since there is over $3,000 in new equipment that needs to be payed for, this event has a fee. You do NOT have to be a member to shoot and those under 18 shoot free (an adult must be present) Participation in one category it is $5, two categories is $7.50 or fire away in all three for only $10. All money goes to recoup equipment costs. We'll have loading tables, shade, some seats and water waiting for you. Bring extra ammunition (standard loads only), magazines/speed loaders and the off the shelf firearms you enjoy.  Don't forget your eye and ear protection the safety officer will be looking for. We will switch to a later winter start time on Oct 28

***PLEASE NOTE*** ALL Registration and ALL PAYMENTS for this Event need to be made thru the Plate Pistol Match Event by going directly to the event >>> HERE 


RedCliffs Rifle & Pistol Association is liable for all and any Events held on its premises.

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer contact event director Ron Majury 360-904-3567

Match Results


                             CLOSE COMPETITION DOMINATES


The eighteen entrants in the semi-auto and rim fire class showed no lingering effects from big Thanksgiving Dinners during the November 25th  Pistol Plate Match at Red Cliffs Rifle and Pistol Range. This match saw some of the closest competition since the Plate Match contests began.  Some of the competitors came from as far away as California and Mesa, AZ.

In the semi-auto class, Chris Irvine worked through the 11 other shooters in the class to take the Winner's Bracket.  Fred Thiel worked his way through the Loser's Bracket to face Chris in a best of three class shoot out for the Semi-Auto
Championship.  Chris Irvine prevailed.

In rim fire, Ron Majury managed to take the Winner's Bracket and faced Lou Scheideman in the class final.  This class final was extremely close with one of the runs being ruled a draw, requiring a re-shoot. Ron prevailed to take the class win.

Chris and Ron then faced each other for the Overall Match Championship, which again was an extremely close affair.  Ron eked out a first run win.  The second run was called a draw and re-shot.  On the re-shoot, both shooters last plates were moving down together, but Chris got the win by a fraction of a second. With the final tied a one win each, the third run was nearly a carbon copy of the previous one. Chris won the last run by a fraction and took the Overall Match Crown.

Those participating in the match include: Lou Scheideman, John Lewandowski, Mark Stephenson, Marty Haughton, Chance Gurr, Brian Chandler, Amy Chandler, Fred Thiel, Mike Hollis. Doug Chandler, Bruce Christensen, Chris Irvine and Ron Majury. Many thanks to Richard Falconer, Les Covey, Phil Page and Bill Martin for there assistance as RSOs and support staff.  The Plate Match can always use help for set up and tear down as well as RSOs, to help make the match a safe one for all attendees.

The January Pistol Plate Match is scheduled for January 27th at 1 p-m. Information about the match is available by calling Ron Majury, (435) 251-8525.  The February Plate Match is scheduled for the 24th of the month at 1:00 p.m., and the March match also on the 24th of the month at 1:00 p.m.

Many thanks go to the local businesses that have provided prizes given away at our shoots.  We ask that you please patronize them when in need of products or services that they provide.  Those businesses include:

Sportsman's Warehouse,Cal Ranch Stores, Sunrise Tire, Rowdy's Range, Mike Thomas Gunsmith,Terry Hauer Hairstylist at “A Breath of Fresh Hair”, St George




   " Winners of the September Plate Match are (from left) Mike Coulup, Revolver Class Winner, Bruce Furr, Rim Fire Class Winner, and Chris Irvine, Semi-Auto Class and Overall Match Winner. The shooters received their plaques at the October Plate Match on the 28th."

   Once again the Red Cliffs Pistol Plate Match was plagued with beautiful clear skies and pleasant temperatures as shooters attacked the plate racks for a morning of shooting fun.  Eleven shooters made up 18 class entries in the three divisions, Semi-Auto, Rim Fire and Revolver.  Chris Irvine prevailed in both Semi-Auto and Rim Fire divisions and Mike Coulup took the Revolver Class.  Chris also came away with the Overall Match Winner title.

   A new feature was unveiled during the October match, a large Bracket Board which shows the complete match bracket for all divisions and allows every competitor to track the progress of the match and who they will being pared against in the next round. The Bracket Board is updated after every pair of shooters complete their runs.

   Shooters competing in the October match were: Ed Sappington, Mark Stephenson, Scott Finlinson, Lou Scheideman, Bob Truelsen, Bruce Christensen, Chris Irvine, Bruce Furr, Phil Page, Bob Sanders and Mike Coulup.

   The November Pistol Plate Match is scheduled for November 25, Thanksgiving weekend.  Sign-ups at 9:30, pre-shoot briefing at 9:45 and first shooting at 10 a.m. A great opportunity to bring visiting family and friends out to an activity they may never have seen or participated in before. Cost for the match is any division, $5.00, any two divisions, $7.50 and all three for $10. Kids under 18 shoot free. The minimum number of runs at the plates is five in any division, more if you win.  This head to head competition match is guaranteed to get your heart pumping.

   Hang around after the match and we'll keep the racks open so you can challenge friends or family to a no-cost head to head competition. Come on, give it a shot! (pun intended)  For more info, contact Ron Majury, 435-251-8525.


 "Despite hot, hot temps, we had a good turnout for the first Pistol Plate Match Event. The shooting was pretty "hot", too... although a new experience for a lot of the shooters, most got the hang of it really quick and the competition was very close at times and lots of fun to watch. Next regularly scheduled shoot is July 22 and every 4th Saturday from then on"        Check Out The Video Below

Pistol Plate Match Videos

12 photo(s) Updated on: 07/23/2017

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