Alaska's inaugural GLOCK Sport Shooting Foundation - GSSF - Indoor Pistol League set for May 2024

Fairbanks, Alaska -

Alaska's inaugural GLOCK Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) Indoor GLOCK Pistol League is scheduled for the first three Saturdays in May, 2024. The GSSF Indoor League is hosted at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Indoor Shooting Range in Fairbanks, Alaska, in partnership with the Alaska Interior Marksmanship Committee (AIM-COMM). A GSSF League consists of three matches with five GLOCK pistol Divisions, and can be scheduled over a three month period or less, at the host range's discretion. Prizes are provided along with a random drawing prize for eligible participants of a new GLOCK pistol. GSSF matches are popular in the Lower 48, with many outdoor matches conducted. GSSF Indoor Leagues are quickly gaining in popularity throughout the country and are administered differently from outdoor matches. Organizers of Alaska's inaugural GSSF Indoor League will evaluate the participation and outcome of the first league in May and, if succcessful, will likely schedule future GSSF Indoor Leagues beginning sometime in fall or winter 2024. 

The GLOCK Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) is a safe, fun, family-oriented organization devoted to the responsible use of GLOCK firearms and encouraging participation in shooting sports. GSSF includes a community of GLOCK shooters and enthusiasts ranging in ages and levels of experience from new shooters to experienced. Competitions across the United States provide opportunities for shooters of all skill levels and experience to compete together in simple, but challenging courses of fire.

For more information about this event in Alaska visit the GSSF page at aimcomm.org. Additional information and online registration will be added to the site in the weeks leading up to the first match on May 4, 2024.

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