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Our steel match is $5.00

ICORE and USPSA is $15.00, but if you join "Team Magnolia" for $20.00, your fees drop to $10.00. The $20.00 is a yearly fee.
 

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IDPA, which is all I've ever shot, is $10.00 at Ridge Crossing in Saltillo. This weekend they are having a match and a classifier. It is $10.00 for either, or $15.00 for both.
 

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msredneck said:
what about fees for high power rifle etc....
At Southwest Gun Club the match fees for HP Rifle are $10 and the fees for F class are $15.

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Uspsa at Cross Roads is $8 (with rifle side match)

Action Steel is $5 (with Shotgun Side match)

NRA High Power seems to be $12

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For the South Mississippi Practical Shooters (http://www.smsps.com/SMPSA.htm) in Poplarville it is $13.00 for club members ($3.00 for USPSA and $10.00 for the club) or $18.00 for non-members.

Yearly membership is only $25.00, and if you pay that at a match, it covers the USPSA fee and the match fee. With having paid that fee, one member gets a $5 discount on the match fee, and additional members of that familiy only pay the $3 classifier fee. My two boys shoot with me often, so I pay $13 for me, and $3 for each of them. 3 people shoot for $19! This club doesn't offer discounts for juniors or ROs
 

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We have 20 different match opportunities at Desert Sportsman Rifle and Pistol Club here in Las Vegas. Everything from .22 Silhouette, Cowboy Action Shooting, CMP, machinegun, lever Action Rifle, to IDPA, IPSC, etc. http://www.dsrpc.net/

Most match fees are ten dollars for club members and fifteen for non-members. Match fees will vary from discipline to discipline but our e-board is entertaining the idea of having uniform match fees at the club. Our youth shooting programs are five and six dollars but I'd make them free if I had my way.

None of the matches require club membership but you're required to leave the grounds immediately after the match.No privileges are extended to non-members other than participating in the actual match. In other words, a non-member who shoots an IDPA match can't make use of our main 400 yard covered firing line, the 500 meter silhouette range, the two and three hundred yard bays, or the fifteen pistol bays after a match.
 
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