The 2018 registered shoot dates have been posted. Please click here to check them out!!!
Saturday February 24th – Monthly IDPA Match. If you’ve been waiting to try this great sport out, there;s no better time than the first match of the year. We start shooting at 0900. Plan on a winter course design of 4 stages with a round count of 75. However, remember to check the website as we often ave to cancel matches due to weather conditions not cooperating.
Saturday March 3rd – Registered ATA Shoot. This will be the second shoot of 2018. If you’ve been thinkng about getting involved, now is the time!!!! Program available here.
Saturday March 16th & 17th – Illinois CCW Class. We will be hosting our first Illinois CCW class of 2018 beginning on Friday evening March 16th. We have found that most prefer the Friday/All Day Saturday format as it preserves Sunday or spreading the class out over two weeks. These classes at BSP are taught in a relaxed family/fun atmosphere, and by Master & Expert competitive shooters. Those who attend will need eye and ear protection, a pistol in good working order, a strong side holster, and a minimum of 60 rounds of ammunition. Class sizes are limited, please contact us for registration at email: .email@example.com or call 618-593-6967. Class cost is $100 per 8 hour session ($200 for the complete class) BSP members receive a 20% discount.
Thursday March 22 & Saturday March 24th – Illinois Hunter Safety. Hunter safety classes are free, and required for anyone who ever wants to hold a hunting license. Additionally, it is accepted in all 50 states. While these classes are geared toward young future hunters, we have all ages join us for them. They are informative as well as a lot of fun. Class sizes are limited, and must be attended both days to count toward the fulfillment of the state requirement. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Saturday Lunch is provided. Please call 618-585-3522 for registration. Thursday Evening 6-9pm & Saturday 8-3pm.
*Note* There is no age restriction for attending a Hunter Safety Class. However, experience has taught us that children under 12 years old often struggle successfully completing the requirement. This difficulty should be explained to the very young hunters who join us beforehand by their parent or guardian.