Hi-Caliber range in Holly Springs, GA (3 miles south of Canton, near I-575 exit #11) has a .22 rifle and pistol league. EDITED TO ADD: As of 1/5/2011, this game is for iron-sighted .22 pistols only. Col. Ledee and the management of HI-Caliber decided to take the rifles out of the competition, and the handguns cannot have any scopes (red dot or crosshair). Open sights only. It actually started under the organization of our own drvr8 who came up with the idea here. See THIS THREAD where he came up with the idea here at GeorgiaPacking. Then see this other thread where the folks at Hi-Caliber integrated our Georgia Packing .22 league with one they were forming under the supervison of Lt. Col. Robert Ledee, who makes an excellent rangemaster and has arranged for some cool prizes to be given out at the end of each cycle of competitions. https://www.georgiapacking.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=49995 This fun .22 league is mentioned on the Hi-Caliber website. There are flyers being handed-out at the store. I hear it's being publicized on other gun-related websites, too. A lot of people came the second week, but things have been slowing down by late October and now that we've had the first shoot in November. So we could use more people to do this. Here's how it works: DATES: The 1st and 3rd Wed. nights each month, at Hi-Caliber range. TIME: 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM 2 classifications .22 pistol & .22 rifle. You can only participate in one classification for each 4-match cycle, and you have to use the same gun each time for that cycle. Each cycle consists of 4 matches on 4 different Wednesday nights over a 2-month period. You only need to shoot 3 of them if you want to be eligible for prizes. If you shoot all 4, your worst day's score will be thrown out and the other 3 averaged to determine a winner. There are two winners each match cycle. 1 from the rifle class, and 1 from the pistol class. EDITED TO ADD: See the new posting on 1/5/2011 about the new course of fire, new rules. Each night's shooting involves 4 targets and 20 rounds per target (80 rounds total) Then you will add your total score (maximum possible would be 800 points with 80 X) and divide by 4 to get your "average" for that night. GUNS AND DISTANCES: .22 Pistol: if it has open sights, you shoot from 10 yards. You can use 2 hands if you wish, and we usually do! If your pistol has a scope (crosshair or red dot) you shoot the target from 15 yards, and you must use 1 hand only. .22 Rifle: open sights shoot @ 20 yards, optics shoot @ 25 yards. The rifle shooters also get a smaller target with the scoring rings closer together. $15 gets you your range time and targets. .22 ammo is available to buy at the shop if you need it. No "match grade" ammo allowed. So far, there are no restrictions on "match grade" guns. The first match cycle ended in late October, and a few days ago we started the next match cycle. If you missed the first shoot, it is not too late to get in on the fun and still be eligible for a prize. There are still 3 more shoots scheduled in this cycle. The 3rd Wed. of November is the next one. If you have any questions, feel free to post them here or call Hi-Caliber @ 678-880-8764 Store website: http://hicaliberfirearms.com/ We hope to see some more of you Wednesday at Hi-Caliber. POSTION: Standing, unsupported. No leaning on the bench, the walls, or your range bag. Photos of the two targets. The large one is the pistol target, and the smaller bullseye is the rifle target. The revolver in the photo is a S&W model 34 "kit gun" J-frame square butt 4" barrel. Here's a photo of a hand-out showing [some of] the rules and illustrating how the different kinds of guns should be fired from different distances.