2022 Glock Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF)
Glock Classic III at Fernan Rod & Gun Club
The 2022 Glock Sport Shooting Foundation Glock Classic III match will be on Saturday, July 9th, 9:00am to 4:30pm and Sunday, July 10th, 9:00am to 3:30pm. The shoot last year was a great event, we want to repeat it again this year and have even more shooters attend the event!
We are looking for your help and everyone is welcome to come and help. Please contact Tim McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-755-7075 for more information on how to volunteer.
Frequently Asked Questions About This Match
How much does it cost for the match?
You first need to be a member of the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) which is $35 per year. Visit their website and register here. There are 9 or 10 different classes to shoot in and each entry or pistol you shoot costs $30.
How do I volunteer, when are the practice matches and match setup?
We are looking for your help and everyone is welcome to come and help.The stages are going to be the same as last year except there is going to be one more set up for the Glock "M". There will need to be an additional 8 to 10 range safety officers (RSOs) to make this happen so grab a friend and bring them to help.
There will be one practice match on Saturday May 8th, so this is the one to attend for RSO training. There won’t be an NRA Range Safety Officer class held this year.
See below for what volunteers we are looking for as well as practice matches and match setup. Email Tim McCormick at email@example.com or call him at 208-755-7075 and he will get you directed to the right place.
We need volunteers for the following:
Parking / Signs
RSO's / Timers / Scoring
Saturday, May 8th, 8am/1pm Bay 5
Tuesday, May 18th, 4:30 – 7 pm Bay 7
Tuesday, June 15th, 4:30 – 7pm Bay 7
Friday, July 9th, 9am to 1pm
How much ammunition should I bring?
Glock the Plates is run through 3 times. 11 rounds are allowed. 33 total.
5 to Glock is run through 3 times with 5 targets. 11 rounds are allowed. 33 total.
Glock "M" is run through 3 times with 5 targets. 4 paper targets and 1 steel target. 2 shots each paper target and 1 shot on steel target. 11 rounds are allowed. 33 total.
This all adds up to 99 rounds so it's safe to say bring 100 rounds per course of fire or per gun you will be shooting.
How do I get there?
Click here to get directions to Fernan Rod and Gun Club.
What safety measures do you have in place for Covid-19?
Click here for Covid-19 safety measures.
What are the range rules?
Click here to view Fernan Rod and Gun Club range rules.
What is the weather usually like?
It's usually very hot so bring plenty of water to keep hydrated!
Do I need to bring a lunch?
There will lunch available to purchase and there are also going to be a few vendors there which we will list here once we get the information.
What are the Glock Match rules?
How does the sign-in process work?
You check in and receive stickers for each classification/division your shooting in. You have to take the stickers to each shooting stage, sign-in and mark the time down with a Range Safety Officer in a red vest. Then you go to the stage you want to start shooting at and tell them you are ready. They will then put you down to shoot in the order you signed up. The order is based on what time people first signed in at, not when they arrive and are ready to shoot. Just understand that you cannot walk up and shoot right away, we have to go by the order that people have signed in to that particular stage.
How do I register and view my scores?
Click here to register online at the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation website and view scores. Initial scores take about a week or two to be posted. As far as prizes go and to see who won pistols and other prizes, those will take a little longer to appear on the website once the initial scores are posted. Just have to keep checking back.