High Power Rifle
Where: Bellwood Sportsmenís Club. There are 20 shooting points per relay, with overhead cover. Match will be held rain or shine. A Range Safety Officer will conduct the match. SAFETY is the first concern, and FUN is the second. Registration will be at 8:00 am and the first relay at 9:00 am. There will be a 15 minute sighting in period from 8:45 am until 9:00 am. There will be no sighters during the match.
Equipment: Service rifles or match rifles will be used or any rifle as permitted in NRA rule 3.1 and 3.3.
Course of Fire: There are 20 shooting points per relay, with overhead cover. Match will be held rain or shine. A range master will conduct the shooting and the handling of weapons at the firing line. SAFETY is the first concern and FUN is the second. 50 shots at 100 yards at the SR1 , SR21 and MR31 targets. The standard NRA course of fire will be used.
10 shots offhand slow fire single loaded at SR1 target. 10 minutes
10 shots rapid fire sitting at SR 1 target 60 seconds
10 shots rapid prone at SR21 target 70 seconds
20 shots slow fire prone single loaded at MR31 target 20 minutes
Contact: For questions or information regarding the matches, please contact Gib Moyer @ 814-355-0547 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For directions, call Walt at the 814-742-8038.