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Old 01-14-2012, 01:24 PM
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High Power Rifle - Fairfax VA - Sat. Jan. 21

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Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2012 9:09 AM
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Subject: High Power Rifle Match - Sat. Jan. 21

Greetings;

There will be a High Power Rifle Fun Match at Fairfax Rod and Gun Club, Saturday Jan. 21. This match may be a 500 or 800agg depending upon weather conditions, participation and match director discretion. Match bulletin attached. If the weather is questionable e.g. snow, ice etc. check your e-mail before leaving for the range.

Registration begins at 8:00 and closes at 8:30 sharp for squadding
Match fee is $10 or $5 for juniors
Please bring exact change and remember to bring a staple gun for refacing targets.

NRA HP RULE CHANGES - After we just finished refacing and rebuilding all of the target frames, NRA changed the scoring system again - see attachment - we will be using the old scoring system for the January match. We'll switch to the new scoring system beginning in February.

See you on the firing line,
Alan Willard



Fairfax Rod & Gun Club
2012 High Power Rifle Monthly Matches – 800 agg.

Location: Fairfax Rod & Gun Club
Benson Range
7039 Signal Hill Road
Manassas, Virginia 20111

Date: Saturday, January 21, 2012

Time: Registration 8:00 –8:30
Squadding 8:30
Pits sealed 8:50
Firing Begins 9:00

Requirements: Open to the public. Membership in the NRA or Virginia Sports Shooting Association not required but shooters are encouraged to join.

Rules: Current NRA High Power Rules will govern. Competitors will score, work target pits and assist range personnel as required.

Refires will not be allowed.

Club rules require eye and ear protection. Shooters must wear eye protection in order to compete. Knobloch and similar frames are sufficient providing a blinder is placed in front of the non-aiming eye.

Entry Fees: Individual per match - $10.00
Juniors per match - $5.00

How to Enter: Submit fee and pickup a score card on the day of the match.

Course of Fire: Stage 1: Two sighters and twenty shots slow fire, Standing, time limit of 22 minutes.
Stage 2: Two sighters in two minutes, then ten shots in the Sitting or Kneeling position in 60 seconds. The stage will be repeated for a total of 20 shots for record – no additional sighters.
Stage 3: Two sighters in two minutes, then ten shots in the Prone position in 70 seconds. The stage will be repeated for a total of 20 shots for record – no additional sighters.
Stage 4: Two sighting shots and twenty shots slow fire in the Prone position in 22 minutes.

Equipment: 1. Service Rifle, Match Rifle
2. Ammunition: Any type of sporting or target ammunition may be used. Armor piercing, Tracer, and Incendiary ammunition is strictly prohibited.

Challenge: A $2.00 fee will be charged for any challenge lost.

Empty Chamber Indicator: While on the range, all uncased firearms will have the bolts open, magazines removed and an Empty Chamber Indicator (ECI) inserted in the empty chamber.

Classification: NRA Classification applies. Unclassified competitors will compete as Unclassified competitors in individual competition.

Awards: Awards will be commensurate with the number of entries.

General: Food and potable water is not available at the range.

Information: Contact Alan Willard at: [email protected]


HIGH POWER RIFLE
Rule changes effective 2012
2.11 Club Teams – All team members, including Team
Captain and firing Coach, must have been active fully-paid
members of the club that the team represents for a period of at
least 30 days immediately prior to the competition. The club
may be affiliated with NRA. There are two types of teams
allowed in this rule:
(a) Local Club Teams – Local Club Teams must be
composed of members who reside legally within the
same state, territory or province or residents of other
states who live within 50 miles of the local club.
(b) Open Club Teams – Open Club Teams must be
composed of members all of whom are not necessarily
legal resident in the same state, territory or province.
(A single club could have more than one team, one of
which could be a Local Club Team; and another, an
Open Club Team).
(c) Non-US Citizens competing in team matches shall
enter in the Open Club category.
3.1 Service Rifle –
(f) DELETE
3.3.2 NRA Any Sight Match Rifle/Tactical Rifle –
(c) Competitors may use a service rifle equipped with
optic sights to compete under this rule. Competitors
using service rifles described in Rules 3.1(c) and
3.1(d) may remove the carry handle to allow mounting
of the optic sight.
7.22 F-Class Long Range National Championships
Any match sponsor that wishes to conduct the F-Class Long
Range National Championships shall use the following
courses of fire:
Day 1, 3-15 shot 1,000 yard individual matches.
Day 2, 3-15 shot 1,000 yard individual matches.
Day 3, 2, 4-person team matches, 20 shots per individual
plus the aggregate of the 2 team matches.
Day 4, 2-20 shot 1,000 yard matches.
10.7 (b) RAPID FIRE –
Add to end of second paragraph after “These commands
can be given while the targets are being repaired.”
Rapid fire commands shall begin immediately following
the sighter period. No additional sighter periods shall be
authorized.
14.17 Use of Shot Hole Spotters –
(a) A 1.5 inch or smaller spotter for rapid fire.
(b) A 3 inch or smaller spotter for slow fire, 200 yards
through 600 yards.
(c) A 5 inch or smaller spotter for all ranges in excess of
600 yards.
14.18 Signal Systems for Scoring Targets – The visual
Signaling system described below will be used in all high
power rifle tournaments:
(a) Slow Fire: Value spotters are placed as indicated
on the target frame, all of a highly visible color such
as fluorescent orange or black. The shooter may
request the color they can best see.
X ………………………….………..Center Right side
10 …………………………….….Bottom right corner
9 ………………………………….……Bottom center
8 ……………………….………….Bottom left corner
7 ………………….…………………..Center left side
6……………….……… Center right side (same as X)
5 ……………..…….Bottom right corner (same as 10)
Miss …Both bottom left corner & bottom right corner



(b) Rapid Fire: A narrow vertical chalk board is hung
on the left side of the target frame (during scoring
phase only), with the successive scoring values
painted on it. Opposite each value is chalked the
total number of hits of that value scored in the
string.

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