Tuesday Night Steel is a competition with rules based loosely on the USPSA handbook. Tuesday Night Steel Facts/FAQ and Unique Rules: tuesday-night-steel-facts-3-3
Expect 200 – 250 competitors, plan for 2 hours minimum at the range. Round count is generally held to about 20 per stage, so there will be about 80 required hits to complete this match.
Steel reactive targets are predominantly used throughout the four courses of fire presented for the competitor every Tuesday night. Scoring is time-based, with penalties of +5 seconds assessed for targets not engaged with the required number of hits or other procedural errors. Successful participants will compete based on their equipment being used (Open, Limited, Revolver, Carry Optics, Production, Single Stack) and their ability to execute the courses of fire in the match (Grand Master, Master-, A-, B-, C-, D-, class and Novice).