Post by Danny Creasy on Sept 16, 2008 21:48:37 GMT -6
Each shooter must either help with the match set up or the match take down. If one helps with the set up, then he/she may leave early. If one helps with the end of match take down, then he/she may arrive late. If you have a conflict that morning that precludes both, then you need to pass on the match.
AND, PLEASE TAKE NOTE: ANY SHOOTER OBSERVED TO BE LEANING ON A BENCH OR POLE (OR EVEN TOUCHING THEM FOR THAT MATTER WITH ANY PART OF HIS/HER PERSON) WHILE SHOOTING WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. THIS IS AN OFFHAND RIFLE MATCH.
A HANDICAPPED SHOOTER MAY SIT WHILE SHOOTING BUT THEIR ARMS, HANDS, OR RIFLE MUST BE UNSUPPORTED.
PRAIRIE DOGGIN CLASS IS DISCONTINUED. A NOVICE SHOOTER IS WELCOME TO SHOOT FROM THE BENCH REST IF THEY SO CHOOSE. BUT, HIS/HER SCORE WILL NOT BE POSTED.
Post by Danny Creasy on Apr 3, 2011 20:26:10 GMT -6
First Saturday - Set ups start at 7:30 AM (April through November) and 9:00 AM (December through March)
From 50 yards the shooter engages 25 metallic silhouettes with 30 rounds of .22 short, long, or long rifle ammo in 10 minutes. The winner leaves the fewest metallic animals standing. Fired offhand and unsupported with the use of a sling prohibited. Classes - aperture sight, optic sight, and open sight.
The rifle must be a .22 "sporter" with the match coordinator holding the right to reject questionable rifles. No palm rests or thumb-hole stocks are allowed. We have scales on hand and the rifle's weight with its scope and/or peep or open sights must not exceed 8.5 lbs. Triggers must simply be "safe". The rifle's detachable box magazine must be removed before weigh in. Tube repeaters are cleared and then weighed. A shooter can bring three rifles and shoot in all three classes if he or she so desires.
We will also record the number of silhouettes left standing in the top row for each shooter. This will serve as a tie breaker. There will still be ties but hopefully, fewer than before.