FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

RMAC will be held at the Garth Killpack Shooting Range in Springville, Utah.

Yes, we worked out a group rate for Hyatt Place Provo. Accommodations will be available to book between Monday, June 17, 2024 and Sunday, June 23, 2024. Please make sure to book by April 30, 2024! More details to come regarding booking.

Address: 180 W 100 N, Provo UT 84601

There are several other options around the area such as Airbnb’s & campgrounds.

Campgrounds: There are a couple of campgrounds up Hobble Creek Canyon: Jolley’s Ranch and Cherry Campground. Rates start around $21 per night for non-residents.

***THERE WILL BE NO ROOM FOR RV’S AT THE RANGE. PLEASE WORK OUT A RIDE IF YOU ARE STAYING AT AN RV PARK.***

The RMAC Banquet will be held at the Utah Valley Convention Center. The time is TBD.

Address: 220 W Center Street, Provo UT 84601

More details to come regarding registration.

We will not be posting the courses of fire beforehand; they will be given to you when you check in at the range.

Yes, we will have both air tanks and ability to fill tanks at the range during the event. We will have designated fill times throughout the event. We would still encourage you to bring your own tanks, if possible.

The drive is around 45 minutes from the airport to the shooting range.

Yes, you can mail your guns and equipment to the Utah Airguns shop anytime after May 20th. Be sure to put your name very clearly on the label or box. We will lock your guns in a secure room at the shop. The shop’s mailing address is:

Attn: RMAC
Utah Airguns
953 S. State Street
Orem UT 84097

As you can imagine, it takes a lot of manpower to pull off an event at this scale. Most employees will be helping at the range. Please try to make any purchases (pellets, accessories, etc) before Thursday. We will be open late on Wednesday if you want to see the showroom, buy product and meet the team. We will update this section with the hours for the week as the dates get closer.

Yes! Youth ages 10-18 are welcome to participate. If you are under 18, you must have an adult sign you up, sign the liability waiver and be present throughout the whole event. Youth participants must be able to shoot, air up, load magazines, move with the gun, etc. on their own.

We will have parking on site; in addition, we will have golf carts there to help transport. We would still ask that if you do drive on your own that you try to carpool when possible.

We will be releasing a very detailed rules document in the near future. There will be certain ammo, caliber and power limits depending on the event. Here are some of the basic outlines set in stone:

  • 100 Yard Benchrest – limited to .35 caliber and under mass production diabolo pellets.

  • Precision Marksman Challenge – Limited to .30 caliber and under. Both slugs and pellets will be allowed.

  • Speed Challenge – Limited to .30 caliber and under mass production diabolo pellets.

  • Big Bore (Magnum Power) Slug Class – Will require a 140 ft / lb minimum.

Yes, of course! Everyone is more than welcome to come hang out!

We of course appreciate all help and volunteers. If you are interested in helping out, please email kate@utahairguns.com with your contact information and availability.

Yes – you will have time to zero in your gun. We will announce more details regarding that schedule shortly!

Yes, we will have concessions available throughout the days. We will also be lining up food trucks each day that you will be able to purchase lunch at.

There will be a number of different stages set up at the range. Each stage will have a different course of fire, target layout, scoring format, etc. You will randomly draw at each stage to go up against a shooter in your squad (one-on-one). You will then complete the course of fire side-by-side and try to complete the stage faster than the other shooter.

Before RMAC, we will randomly draw and assign you each to a squad on the morning of each event. You will compete in the squads in many of the events including Precision Marksman and Speed Challenge. Shooting in squads makes it easier logistically for us to run shooters through.

Yes, below is a map overview of the range.

While we will be selling some product at the range, we would recommend that all important products such as ammo, magazines, etc. be purchased and arranged before the competition.

While some of the manufacturers will have techs on site, the UA employees will be busy running the match – so please come prepared with tools, o-ring kits, etc.

Yes, we would recommend that you plan on bringing your own eye and ear protection to the match.

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