Charity pistol tournament

Qualifying Round Oct 24 to Nov 11th, Finals Nov 19th

Sharpshooters Gun Club & Range 1345 Rutherford Rd, Greenville, SC 29609

100% of the proceeds go directly to provide restorative care and PTSD coaching for military veterans and their families. You have the ability to make a real difference in someone's life. 

Registration $25 donation.  Participants can register and qualify during store hours at Sharpshooters Gun Club & Range (Mon-Fri 11am to 8pm, Sat 9am to 6pm).

Multiple attempts to qualify are permitted.  Each additional attempt is $10.  The best score will be recorded for the finals.  


IDPA/USPSA Style Tournament 

Cash prizes will be award (1st $300, 2nd $200, 3rd $100) 

1 Open Class (No classes by skill level, gender, or age).  There is a separate challenge for Law Enforcement Officers.  The top 4 scores for each law enforcement agency will be factored to determine who has the best team in the Upstate.  

Pistols 9mm to .45 caliber are permitted.  Participants are welcomed to use their own ammunition, or have it provided by Sharpshooters.  

Registration is open through Nov 11th.  You can register and fire the same day at Sharpshooters.  

The tournament starts with a qualifying round from October 24th to November 11th.  The top 30 qualifiers will be notified by Nov 14th to advance to the finals on Sat, Nov 19th (9am-Noon).  

How does it work?

Qualification:  During the safety briefing the Range Safety Officer will inform participants of the target order.  Participants will have 3 minutes to memorize the pattern and come up with a plan.  The target is positioned at 21 feet and consists of numbers, colors and shapes.  The goal is to put the round in the right target in the least amount of time.  Participants will have 10 rounds to engage 6 targets.  A penalty of 1/2 second will be added to the qualifying time for each missed target or targets in the wrong order.  

Please email for questions regarding the tournament.   


Almost everybody experiences trauma at some point in life (death of a loved one, financial loss, crime, abuse, violence, divorce, accidents, health crisis, and natural disaster etc.)  It is normal to experience intense emotions in response to adversity.  However, persistent stress or exposure to traumatic events depletes the body’s resources and increases vulnerability to further injury and suffering.

By supporting you are being a force for good. You take an active part in eliminating the secondary consequences of traumatic stress that make people more susceptible to illness, accidents, financial instability, and choices that pile stress on stress.

Our training and functional coaching is focused on improving the quality of life for veterans and their families. Our restorative care helps people to have more energy, create peace of mind, and reverse the effects of traumatic stress.  

Perhaps the greatest tragedy is that at least 50% of veterans don’t seek help!   Even more alarming is the number of family members that don’t don’t have access to care or know where to turn.  A number of studies confirm that when a veteran has PTSD that it negatively impacts the family resulting in marital problems, separation/divorce, sexual dysfunction, verbal aggression, higher rates of family violence, and financial stress.  

We have a great appreciation for the service and sacrifices that veterans and families have endured to fight terrorism, preserve freedom, and protect democracy.  We know that this has come at a great price and we want veterans and their family members to know that they have someone in their corner.  We appreciate you joining the effort to serve those who have served the country.