Talladega Practical Shooters




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The Talladega Practical Shooters (operating for the last 25 years as the Moss Branch Shooting Club) is the home gun club at Talladega Marksmanship Park. Relocated to the CMP range in June 2015, the club accepts EVERYONE interested in competitive shooting. The cost to fire in this match is $25.

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Posted by Talladega Practical Shooters on Wednesday, December 26, 2018






TPS, as they’re called, generally holds matches on the third Saturday of the month – year round and weather permitting. Registration normally begins at 8:30 a.m. CST, with triggers at 9:30 a.m. The match fee is $20 and most matches are expected to be completed by 1:00PM.

Talladega Practical Shooters uses PractiScore to manage local matches. Here, interested persons can register for a match online and see match results at https://clubs.practiscore.com/. Look for “TPS USPSA at CMP.”

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The club is part of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA). Though TPS adheres to USPSA regulations, competitors do not have to be members of USPSA to participate in its matches at Talladega Marksmanship Park. Please review USPSA safety guidelines, rules, and as well as find more information about practical shooting visit http://www.uspsa.org/.
Broaden your marksmanship abilities with this practical shooting club and enjoy the luxuries of being a part of the most advanced marksmanship park in the United States – all at CMP’s Talladega Marksmanship Park!

If you would like to shoot a second firearm at the match (i.e. PCC), please complete the following steps: Register twice for the match on PractiScore either prior to the match or at Range 5 on the day of the match, pay the $20.00 fee for "each" registration, inform the CMP staff at the front desk that you are shooting two firearm divisions and get stamped twice at main registration, have the Range 5 personnel check off each of your registrations as you enter Range 5.  If you have any questions concerning these procedures, please let me know.

For additional information, contact Mark Hearn at [email protected] or
(256 283 7382).