NRA Approved Midrange MatchPurpose:
Matches are held to promote rifle marksmanship and to establish NRA high power rifle classifications for Medium Range discipline. NRA membership is encouraged but not required.
Match Schedule: A 60 shot long range prone match will be fired in three separate stages using any rifle and any sight. Competitors are required to perform scoring duties and to operate the targets in the pits for each other. Any competitor failing to do so may be disqualified and have their entry fee forfeited. If necessary, the stages listed below may be fired in a different sequence than listed below. If deemed necessary, match director may revise the course of fire. It is likely that pit duty will not be exactly evenly divided among competitors but every attempt will be made to balance this duty consistent with minimizing the duration of the match..
Course of Fire:
- Stage 1. Slow fire prone: unlimited sighting shots and 20 shots for record in a time limit of 30 minutes; fired on the MR-1 target at 600 yards using any rifle and any sights.
- Stage 2. Slow fire prone: unlimited sighting shots and 20 shots for record in a time limit of 30 minutes; fired on the MR-1 target at 600 yards using any rifle and any sights.
- Stage 3. Slow fire prone: unlimited sighting shots and 20 shots for record in a time limit of 30 minutes; fired on the MR-1 target at 600 yards using any rifle and any sights.
Note: Normal capacity of 20 shooters.
Rules: Current NRA High Power Rifle Rules will apply. The match is open to any rifle conforming to NRA HP Rifle Rule 3.2 using any sight (NRA rule 3.7(c)). Download NRA rulebook.
- 3.2 Any Rifle-A rifle with no restrictions on sights or accessories, except that it must be safe to competitors and range personnel. Ammunition will be restricted to no larger than .35 caliber. The provisions of Rule 3.16.1 apply to this definition.
- 3.7 Sights (c) Any- Any sight without restriction as to material or construction…
- 3.16.1 Compensators and Muzzle Brakes-The use of compensators or muzzle brakes is prohibited. (California legal muzzle devices on M1A’s are excepted from this restriction).
- F-Class – You are welcome to participate with F-class rifles and equipment. F-class scores will not be used to determine match winner but will compete for their own awards. F-class scores will be submitted to the NRA for classification. F-class competitors will shoot on the correct F-class target.
Arrive at 7:15am for squadding.
Match Director: Mitch Feingersch (email@example.com)