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We take great pride in serving you with the best shooting experience we can and that starts with our plate gongs.
SC plates round and rectangular plates are zinc plated with for superior protection from weather and spall
SC round and rectangle plates are regulation sized according to the SCSA guidelines
All SC components available separately
Here at Shooting Targets 7 we have put a lot of effort into designing the best 2x4 base for you.
It is constructed out of AR500 steel to makes sure
it lasts a lifetime
Our stand breaks down super easy for
transport or storage
The yellow zinc plating isn't just for looks it will
protect your base against any spall and weather
There is a division for everyone as you can see below.
Rimfire Pistol Open & Rimfire Pistol Iron Sights
Rimfire Rifle Open & Rimfire Rifle Iron Sights
Pistol Caliber Carbine
Stages are for a speed shooting competition that has 8 different stages that you have to get through each stage as fast as you can.
The stages are comprised of round targets and or a large rectangle
Competitions are held all over the country, and there are rifle classes and handgun divisions
This is a great shooting competition for people of all ages and skill levels.
Want more information on SCSA rules? Click HERE.
Q: What is the stop plate?
A: The stop plate ends your run on that stage once it has been shot.
Q: I was told each shooter only has one minute after the make ready command. Can I get more time?
A: No the rules are clear you have one minute before you have to progress to the next stage.
Q: Do I need a shot timer for matches if I'm competing?
A: Yes all competitors need a shot timer if they are in a competition.
Q: Can competitors wear a pistol during matches when you are shooting a rifle?
A: Yes it is allowed for efficiency during your match if you are shooting in multiple events, but the pistol needs to be unloaded during you PCC matches.
Q: How do I sign up for a match?
A: You can sign up for a match through the SCSA or USPSA site.
Q: What does it mean stages are shot in strings?
A: String means everyone in your squad will shoot the same stage before you all move on.
Q: Where can I practice for my match?
A: There are shooting clubs that you can pay to join or the better alternative is we do sell gongs for practice.
Q: How do I end my run on a stage?
A: Your run will end once you have shot the stop plate.
Q: Are there teams at the events?
A: No you will compete against your competitors on your own but you do have a squad who you will shoot in strings with.
For more information please visit the USPSA site or
click here to view the rulebook
2021 Downloadable SCSA Competition Rule Book
Want to compete in SCSA competitions but don't
know the rules, stage scores, or start position?
No problem, download the rules here
for more information.