Nampa Rod and Gun has many different shooting disciplines from rifle to pistol.
If you are interested in shooting handguns, centerfire rifles, rimfire rifle or pistol, slow fire or fast action type events we have what you are looking for.
Check out our different events, we are sure you will find something you can enjoy, indoors or outdoors, we shoot year round. Please click on the logo below to take you to the info page for that discipline.
USPSA attempts to measure the ability to shoot rapidly and accurately with a full power handgun, rifle, and/or shotgun. Those three elements – speed, accuracy, and power – form the three sides of the practical shooting triangle. By design, each match will measure a shooter’s ability in all three areas.
IDPA as a sport is quite simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated “real world” self-defense scenarios and real life scenarios. Shooters competing in IDPA events are required to use practical handguns and holsters that are truly suitable for self-defense use. No “competition only” equipment is permitted in IDPA matches since the main goal is to test the skill and ability of an individual, not his equipment or gamesmanship. One of the unique facets of this sport is that it is geared toward the new or average shooter, yet it’s fun, challenging and rewarding for the experienced shooter.
Steel shooting offers a port of entry to the shooting sports that is far less intimidating than practical shooting. Steel shooting provides an excellent starting place for young or beginning shooters. It also provides a soft way for those who have begun to suffer the problems associated with ageing to remain involved in the shooting sports. All this provides an alternative for those who might otherwise be lost to shooting.
NRA High Power Rifle is one of the oldest and largest contested rifle competitions. Shooters of all types and abilities from all over the world are challenged by this discipline. Our outdoor course is available for members to participate in this fun and challenging sport. Organized practices, approved NRA Matches and Special Clinics are all part of our regular season.
NRA Bullseye Pistol, DISCONTINUED consists of firing at slow, timed, and rapid fire targets, using a semi-auto pistol. 22 long rifle ammo. Indoor range, 50 feet. Shooting 90 rounds per course. Nov thru March.
Silhouette: NRA Smallbore and Hunter Pistol, Smallbore Cowboy Rifle and Pistol Cartridge Cowboy Lever Action Rifle. NRA rules apply. Outdoor range, March thru Oct. Smallbore Pistol, and Smallbore Rifle. (22 long rifle ammo). Nov thru March. Indoor range
ICORE, (International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts), is an action shooting competition where the equipment and course design rules are specifically written for revolver shooters. Courses of fire include drawing from your holster, reloading, and movement. In this regard it is much like USPSA competition. The principle differences are that the equipment is limited to revolvers of 32 magnum calibers or larger and that all courses must be designed to be six rounds neutral. We use the NRA D-1 target, as well as steel, and a time plus scoring method that is somewhat simpler than IPSC scoring and places a greater emphasis on accuracy.
The Well Armed Woman DISCONTINUED is a womans shooting group which aims to educate, equip and empower women as shooters. Whether you’re an experienced shooter or you want to learn, The Well Armed Woman is a safe, friendly, women-only environment. Meetings are held monthly throughout the year.
Our Youth and Beginner Shooting Program is open to all levels from first-time beginners to intermediate competitors. We are currently focused on smallbore (22) rifle. We are particularly enthusiastic about introducing youngsters to the shooting sports. Our club has all of the necessary equipment for beginning to intermediate shooters; including competition grade smallbore rifles, eye and ear protection, shooting mats, shooting coats and spotting scopes. We even provide the ammunition and targets. Beginning shooters are coached by NRA Approved Instructors. More of the shooting disciplines: Three-Position Small-bore, Three-Position Air Rifle, Air Pistol, and Air Rifle.