A Premiere Events/Competition Range

We are a large shooting range near St. George, UT. We are organized to provide “practical shooting” events, training, and practice areas for practical shooting.

We host 12 to 16 practical shooting competitions a month and also 4 to 8 training events monthly. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 charity focused on promoting practical shooting, general shooting education and promoting the 2nd Amendment.

The public are VERY welcome at all of our events, as participants or as spectators. Use of the range outside of events is limited to approved users of the range (generally frequent event participants) and qualified trainers.

Questions about an event or how to get started?
E-mail info@southernutahpracticalshootingrange.com
(435) 625-1745

Structure

To best serve our mission we divide our range dedicated areas optimized for particular parts of our mission:

– USPSA match bays
– SUDS defensive match bays
– Tuesday Steel bays
– Practical Shooting practice bays
– Training bays

The competition bays are permanently setup as competitions, changed each month (at least). The Practical Shooting practice bays have dedicated props and other practical shooting targets and are used by active participants in our matches to practice, as well as in regularly scheduled public practices led by our club’s better shooters.

The Training bays are centered around the Berry’s Pavillon and TPC Classroom, are used by trainers both organic and visiting to the range.

Event Schedule

Our precise event schedule can be seen in the menus above. But it works, generally, like this:

– USPSA matches 1st and 3rd weekends
– SUDS defensive match, 2nd weekend
– Black Rifle carbine match, 4th weekend
– Tuesday Steel, every Tuesday
– Sporting Rimfire, every weekend
– Precision Rimfire, 2nd weekend
– Rimfire Rifleman, 4th weekend

Training:

– Handgun Mastery Classes monthly
– CCW shooting courses weekly
– Scheduled practice times, weekly

Off event use is limited to approved shooters vetted for safety by event participation and other training, as well as approved firearms trainers.

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Southern Utah Practical Shooting Range

Does Mark look excited? Trench building begins!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Does Mark look excited?  Trench building begins!!!

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Power slide it

Just remember, anything over 4 feet in depth requires proper access and 5 feet requires proper shoring, trench boxes, or proper sloping. 😉

this makes me happy! clean up berms too!

Oooo,, that's a big one.

Hopefully they will be wider than the existing ones....

Deep as hell match?

MOAR VERDUN STAGE

Wider and deeper!!

I foresee a masterpiece.

How fast does it go?

Upgrade !!

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SUPS Events for the Week of October 16th - 22nd

October 17th: Tuesday Night Steel!
More fun, run and gun!
Registration 4:00pm-6:00pm <— Note temporary time change*

$10 match fee

Mulligans are now an option for $5 per Mulligan! If you opt to do it, you must take the time of the Mulligan run. Choose wisely my friend.

* We will be using work lights as the days are shorter. We are currently waiting on some replacement bulbs

October 21/22: USPSA
Shoot 5 Stages of 2017 USPSA CZ Iron Sights Nationals + classifier
Registration is 7:30am with first shots at 8:00am

Shoot it Saturday and/or Sunday
$15 first time through, $7 second time through
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SUPS Events for the Week of October 16th - 22nd

October 17th: Tuesday Night Steel!
More fun, run and gun!  
Registration 4:00pm-6:00pm

SUPS TNS Results have been posted!
practiscore.com/results/new/44887

Two Important Announcements:
Please note that it is getting dark earlier. We are working on getting the lights in place for our next match but it may not be up in time. Please register by 6:00pm next Tuesday so that you can finish with sufficient day light.
2) Please check to make sure your scores are entered and correct.

Congratulations to the following Division winners:
Limited/Overall: Illusive Man
Open: Brian Nelson
Single Stack: Glen Wong
PCC: Dawn Derlighter
Production: Benjamin Stewart
Carry Optics: Bruce Furr
Rimfire Pistol: Alex Laturner

Congratulations to the following Category winners:
Top Lady: Dawn Derlighter
Top Junior: Nate Hoover
Top Legendary: Les Covey
Top Super Senior: Bob Wolf
Top Senior: Glen Wong
Top Military: Les Covey

The following have won their Class/Division:
practiscore.com/results/html/9483ede9-99d3-43a3-a6bf-67318871d250?page=categoryLeadersAsHtml

TNS B/Limited: Andrew Workman
TNS C/Limited: Ryan Bowler
TNS D/Limited: Randan Woods
TNS D/PCC: Les Covey

To win a class/division, there must be at least 3 competitors in the same class/division.
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SUPS TNS Results have been posted!
https://practiscore.com/results/new/44887

Two Important Announcements:
 Please note that it is getting dark earlier.  We are working on getting the lights in place for our next match but it may not be up in time.  Please register by 6:00pm next Tuesday so that you can finish with sufficient day light.
2)  Please check to make sure your scores are entered and correct.

Congratulations to the following Division winners:
Limited/Overall:  Illusive Man
Open:  Brian Nelson
Single Stack:  Glen Wong
PCC:  Dawn Derlighter
Production:  Benjamin Stewart
Carry Optics:  Bruce Furr
Rimfire Pistol:  Alex Laturner

Congratulations to the following Category winners:
Top Lady: Dawn Derlighter
Top Junior: Nate Hoover
Top Legendary:  Les Covey
Top Super Senior: Bob Wolf
Top Senior: Glen Wong
Top Military:  Les Covey

The following have won their Class/Division:
https://practiscore.com/results/html/9483ede9-99d3-43a3-a6bf-67318871d250?page=categoryLeadersAsHtml

TNS B/Limited:  Andrew Workman
TNS C/Limited:  Ryan Bowler
TNS D/Limited:  Randan Woods
TNS D/PCC:  Les Covey

To win a class/division, there must be at least 3 competitors in the same class/division.

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Always a blast and thanks you Wolf for sharing some of your wisdom and experience.

SUPS Tuesday Night Steel Class Description

We are very excited to launch a TNS Classification system. This will
allow you to compete against those similar in skill level and give you a measure of how your skill is progressing.

What is your TNS Classification?
The available classifications are GM, M, A,B,C D.
If you have a USPSA classification, you may use that or opt
for a lower classification.
If you are a first time or new shooter to our TNS, you will be
classified as D.
If you have been shooting TNS on a regular basis and you do not
have a USPSA classification, you may be classified as C.

How Does One Move Up in Classification?
For class movements from D,C,B, you need to win your class 3x ,
each time with at least 3 competitors in the same class/division. It
is important that you move up when eligible so others have a
chance to move up.

After your third win, let the person registering know that you have
won your class/division 3x and would like to move you up to the
next classification level.

To Move from A class to M Class
To move from A to M class, as in the other class movement, you
need to win A class, but in addition, you need to beat at least
one M class shooter.

To Move from M class to GM Class
To move from M class to GM, as in the other class movement, you
need to win Master class 3x, but in addition, you need to win
the match overall at least one of the 3 wins.

Can you Move Down a Classification?
You may petition one of the TNS MD in January if that is what
you want to do.

Can You Be One Class in a Division, and Another Class in Another
Division?
As is handled in USPSA, you can only be classified one class
lower than your highest class.

Where Are the Classifications Noted?
All classes will be a special category
TNS GM
TNS M
TNS A
TNS B
TNS C
TNS D

When checking results, see it in the HTML format (old style) and it will
break out the TNS Class/Divisions.

Be sure to let the person registering what your class should be

When Does It All Start?
Tuesday October 10th.

If there are any questions, please see Glen Wong.

Glen 🙂
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SUPS Tuesday Night Steel Class Description

We are very excited to launch a TNS Classification system.   This will 
allow you to compete against those similar in skill level and give you a measure of how your skill is progressing. 

What is your TNS Classification?
    The available classifications are GM, M, A,B,C D.
     If you have a USPSA classification, you may use that or opt 
     for a lower classification.
     If you are a first time or new shooter to our TNS, you will be 
          classified as D.
     If you have been shooting TNS on a regular basis and you do not 
          have a USPSA classification, you may be classified as C.

How Does One Move Up in Classification?
    For class movements from D,C,B, you need to win your class 3x , 
        each time with at least 3 competitors in the same class/division. It 
        is important that you move up when eligible so others have a 
         chance to move up.

     After your third win, let the person registering know that you have 
         won your class/division 3x and would like to move you up to the 
          next classification level.

To Move from A class to M Class
       To move from A to M class, as in the other class movement, you 
             need to win A class, but in addition, you need to beat at least 
             one M class shooter.

To Move from M class to GM Class 
       To move from M class to GM, as in the other class movement, you 
            need to win Master class 3x, but in addition, you need to win 
            the match overall at least one of the 3 wins.

Can you Move Down a Classification?
        You may petition one of the TNS MD in January if that is what 
             you want to do.

Can You Be One Class in a Division, and Another Class in Another 
     Division?
          As is handled in USPSA, you can only be classified one class 
              lower than your highest class.

Where Are the Classifications Noted?
    All classes will be a special category
       TNS GM
       TNS M
       TNS A
       TNS B
       TNS C
       TNS D

     When checking results, see it in the HTML format (old style) and it will 
           break out the TNS Class/Divisions.

Be sure to let the person registering what your class should be

When Does It All Start?
        Tuesday October 10th.

If there are any questions, please see Glen Wong.

Glen :)

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Permanent sandbagging in open because there are never three shooters in a class to beat?

D Class here I come!

SUPS Events for the Week of October 9th - 15th

October 10th: Tuesday Night Steel!
More fun, run and gun!
Registration 4:00pm-7:00pm
$10 match fee
Mulligans are now an option for $5 per Mulligan! If you opt
to do it, you must take the time of the Mulligan run.
Choose wisely my friend.

Be sure to bring water!

This weekend (Sat and Sun, October 14th/15th)
Vudoo Rimfire Series
Registration 7:30am, First shots 8:00am
Note that you may shoot the match Sat and/or Sunday
Only 22LR rifles allowed.
What is Precision Rimfire all about?
Vudoo Rimfire Series
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SUPS Events for the Week of October 9th - 15th

October 10th:  Tuesday Night Steel!
    More fun, run and gun!  
    Registration 4:00pm-7:00pm 
    $10 match fee
    Mulligans are now an option for $5 per Mulligan!  If you opt 
      to do it, you must take the time of the Mulligan run.  
      Choose wisely my friend.

    Be sure to bring water!

This weekend (Sat and Sun, October 14th/15th)
    Vudoo Rimfire Series
    Registration 7:30am, First shots 8:00am
    Note that you may shoot the match Sat and/or Sunday
    Only 22LR rifles allowed. 
    What is Precision Rimfire all about? 
           Vudoo Rimfire Series

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Finding Us (it’s easy!)

Know where the DMV is?
Then you almost know where we are. Just go right past the DMV and follow the signs. If you get turned around contact us at (435) 625-1745.

Note – this address is for GPS only, do not mail or ship here!

We are a ginormous shooting range that never runs out of places for you to shoot.
We have hundreds of targets (steel), target stands, tables, bench rests, clay throwers, shade – everything you need for a fun shooting outing.