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Open Class: ANY safe .22RF Rifle chambered for .22LR, unlimited rifle weight and scope magnification, any type front rest or bipod AND any rear bag is permitted. ONE Piece front and rear rest, such as a LeadSled is not permitted. All fired from the prone position. Tube, internal, or detachable Magazines are permitted. Shooting mats, coats, gloves, hats and Spotting Scopes are permitted.

Sporter Class: ANY safe UNMODIFIED (except for trigger) commercially available sporter (non-target) .22RF Rifle chambered for .22LR, limited to 8.0lbs with scope and magazine, must have a tapered barrel, no composite or fluted barrels, and no thumbhole stocks may be used. Scope magnification is restricted to 12X. Rifles may be equipped with scopes with magnification in excess of 12X; however, the magnification must be set at 12X or lower to be classified in the Sporter Class. Tube, internal, or detachable Magazines are permitted. Any type front rest/bipod and any rear bag are permitted. ONE Piece front and rear rest, such as a LeadSled is not permitted. All fired from the prone position. Shooting mats, coats, gloves, hats and Spotting Scopes are permitted.

Traditional Class: ANY safe .22RF Rifle chambered for .22LR, unlimited weight. Shot using ANY SIGHT (open/iron or Scoped) - no restriciton on magnification - with only the use of a sling. No front or rear bags/rest/support permitted. All fired from the prone position. Shooting mats, coats, gloves, hats, and Spotting Scopes are permitted.

Junior Division: A Junior will be defined as any individual (regardless of sex) under the age of 17. Juniors will participate within the same Classes above (Open/Sporter/Traditional) but will have their scores recorded as a Junior Shooter.

Ammunition: Shooters will shot what they bring. There are no restrictions on the ammunition that can be used provided it is .22RimFire Long Rifle. No .22 Magnum is permitted.

Course of Fire: A brief shooter’s meeting is conducted to explain the rules and answer any questions. Shooters were then allowed a 3 minute preparation period make any last minute adjustments to their rifle, rests, etc.

All matches are shot at 100yrds outdoors. Each shooter has a dedicated target stand placed at 100yrds. The OFFICIAL target will be the NRA A-23/5:



The upper/center bull target will be used to fire any sighter rounds the shooters deems necessary. All shots for score will be fired on the shooter’s bottom 4 target bulls.

The COF consist of three strings of 20 rounds shot for a total of 60 rounds for record/score. A PERFECT score is 600.

Each firing sting is a timed event to be concluded within 20 minutes. The shooter is permitted unlimited sighter rounds at the beginning of each firing string; however, no addition time will be allotted for the firing of sighter rounds. All firing for each firing string (sighter rounds and 20 rounds for score) must be accomplished within the 20 minutes allowed for the firing string.

String #1:

Shooter will be permitted an unlimited number of sighter rounds which can only be fired into the shooter’s far LEFT target.

After completion of the any sighter rounds the shooter opts to fire, the shooter then shifts his/her point of aim to the bottom 4 bulls and fires 5 rounds into each of the 4 bottom bulls for record/score for a total of 20 rounds.

NOTE: Even though a shooter is permitted to fire an unlimited number of sighter rounds, once a shooter begins to fire for record/score into the shooter’s CENTER target, the shooter can not go back and fire any additional sighter rounds into the sighter target.

After 20 minutes or conclusion of firing (which ever comes first), shooters make weapons and the firing line SAFE and move downrange and score targets. If a shooter challenges the scoring by their scorer, the Match Director(s) will resolve the challenge and the Match Director’s decision will be final. After scoring, a fresh target is put up for each shooter and shooters move back to the firing line.

String #2: Repeat of String #1

String #3: Repeat of String #1

Shooters will turn in their score card after each string so their score for the string can be recorded. Final scores will be available at the conclusion of the Match. In the event of a tie for 1st place, a shoot-off will take place using 3 rounds – closest to target center wins.

Special Accommodation: Those shooters with a physical and/or medical impairment which prevents the shooter from assuming a prone position may shoot from the sitting position from a wheelchair or a bench.
 
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