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M1GarndFan or others -- fill us in on the Course of Fire (COF) for the Garand/Service Rifle matches!!
Sure. SKSs..... AKs.... etc. As long as it is a military rifle with iron sights.Gitschlag said:Looking forward to the matches! Question: would an M59/66 (SKS) be allowed?
Why do we use the JCG course B when we have regular high power matches? Everywhere else shooting regular high power matches, not JCG matches, starts with standing and ends with prone. I'm not sure why JCG matches are run backwards but I'd love to get sloppy standing over with first while I'm still fresh and the heat isn't so bad. I'm not causing a fuss, just asking. I'll shoot 'em anyway they are offered!M1GarandFan said:We use the John C. Garand Match Course B which consists of:
10 sighters from any position (shooters shoot five rounds, walk down after the line is determined to be safe, then return to the line and shoot five more to make final adjustments).
Targets are taken down and new ones put up.
20 rounds in 20 minutes from the prone position. Single fire or full magazine/clips can be used at the shooters preference. Line is made safe and everyone walks down and the targets are scored and put new ones up and everyone then returns to the firing line.
10 rounds from the standing position to prone position in 80 seconds (used to be 70 seconds) with a clip/magazine change. Line is made safe, targets are scored and new targets put up.
10 rounds from the standing position to sitting or kneeling position in 70 seconds (used to be 60 seconds) with a clip/magazine change. Line is made safe, targets are scored and new targets put up.
10 rounds in the standing position in 10 minutes. No slings can be used to stabilize the rifle during this portion. Single fire or full magazines are permitted at the shooters preference. Line is made safe, targets are scored and then stands and equipment are loaded up.
Handloads are permitted at our matches along with any military style rifles (including AR-15, M1A, etc.) with iron sites.
Do believe it is 4.5 total 1st & 2nd stage total weightnonnieselman said:What are the rules for an AR?
Im setting mine up for F-Class but want to make sure its legal for hi-power also.
Isnt there a 4.5# trigger limit?