IAWCA will be hosting a Miami Vice competition shoot.
Date & Location: Saturday May 6th, 2023 at Parma Rod and Gun Club Range
Registration Begins at 8:00am
Mandatory Safety Meeting at 8:30am
Event Begins at 9:00am
Entry Fee $30 for Members $40 for Non Members
Description: Shooters will us a stock full auto Mac or Uzi for this competition.
AWCA will be hosting it’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Shoot at Parma this Saturday.
Registration Begins: 9 AM
Mandatory Safety Meeting: 10 AM
Event Begins: The first “Commence Fire” order is at 11 AM.
Members $20 Non Members $30
IAWCA is holding it’s tracer shoot this year at Parma Rod and Gun Club
- 3:00 PM: Shooter Setup
- 4:00 PM: Shooter Registration
- 5:00PM: Mandatory Shooter Safety Meeting
- 6:00PM: Shoot Starts
Shooter Entry Fees
- $20 Club Members
- $30 Non Members
Spectators gate fee: $5.00 per car
Parma Rod and Gun Club
1420 Boehm Ln Parma, ID 83660
Click to Download PDF flyer Tracer shoot
This year teams will consist of a main gunner, Assistant gunner, Subgunner, and a spotter. We hope that you can make it out this year for the shoot.
Here is a quick overview of the match:
This is a single stage match that will be held on Main Range at Parma Rod and Gun Club. The course of fire will be determined and stage set up will be done the morning of the match. The course of fire and actual round count is determined the morning of the match but it is advised to have a minimum of 300 rounds for the main gun loaded in feeding devices and even better to have an additional 200 rounds, just to be sure. This does not include submachine gun ammunition.
Stage set up is at 8:00am, sign ups will begin at 9:00am and a mandatory safety meeting will be at 9:15am. All participants must attend this safety meeting. The match will commence fire at 9:30.
This crew served match is open to medium/general purpose machine guns in the following calibers; 7.62×39, .308 Winchester/7.62 NATO, 30.06 Springfield, .303 British, 8mm Mauser, 7.62x54R, 7.7 mm Japanese. No light machine guns (5.56 NATO/.223) or heavy machine guns (.50 BMG/12.7mm) are allowed.
No tracer or armor piercing steel core or steel jacketed bullets will be permitted. Any questionable ammunition will be inspected. This applies to submachine gun ammunition as well.
A three person “crew” shall consist of a main gunner, assistant gunner and spotter/submachine gunner. These 3 assigned duties can be interchangeable. All crew members must have hearing AND eye protection.
Accessories such as mounts, sights, feeding devices, stocks, bipods, etc. are allowed ONLY if they were standard issue or in use with that particular weapon when in service. For example: the optical sight that was commonly used with the German MG34/MG42 will be allowed but an optical sight or red dot mounted on a Browning 1919A4.1919A6/1917A1 will not be allowed.