CAGC is hosting our 6th annual Sweet Home Alabama Glock Challenge February 17 and 18, 2018. Cost is $25 per entry for GSSF Members. Range Officers shoot one entry for free. There is an additional, one-time $10 administration fee for walk up competitors, so pre-register and save!
*We will have official Match T-Shirts and Lunch Plates for sale so don't bring lunch!*
The Glock Sport Shooting Foundation or ‘GSSF’ is a program created by Glock Inc. to promote the use of Glock pistols in organized shooting competitions. GSSF is a great way for new shooters to get involved in competitive shooting. Everything you need to shoot a GSSF event is included in the Glock plastic box, except for a couple extra magazines, ammo, and hearing / eye protection.
GSSF gives away lots of guns, prizes, and cash on both performance and random basis. Membership in the GSSF allows you to participate in GSSF competitions, receive newsletters and coupons for Glock pistols at a discounted price. For information & registration go to gssfonline.com. The best place to obtain information is in the Glock Report, which is published twice a year.
GSSF Membership is $35 for new members and entitles you to purchase a Glock pistol at a discounted rate after 1 year of membership.
A GSSF match consists of 3 courses of fire with 81 rounds minimum per entry, but always bring more (especially for the plates). GSSF recommends 150 rounds per entry. The 3 courses are :
- GLOCK 'M Stage Description Video
- 5 to GLOCK Stage Description Video
- GLOCK the Plates Stage Description Video
Ladies may also participate in an additional Division, the *GLOCK Girls Side Match*. This side match is a Ladies-Only event open to females of all ages, and will run concurrently with the GSSF match.
An additional Division is now available for the new G42s, the *Pocket GLOCKs Division*. This Division follows the same rules and prize distribution as the Major Sub Division.
For more information on the Sweet Home Alabama Glock Challenge, contact Joe Peel via email at firstname.lastname@example.org