SCOPED RIFLE MATCH

8:30 AM, Saturday, July 31, 2010

One relay, maximum seventeen shooters

Reservations accepted and held until 8:15 AM, after which first come, space available.

Match Summary: Today’s match tests a variety of marksmanship, gun handling and decision making skills. The course of fire includes of a mix of slow and time stress fire stages from a variety of supported and unsupported positions at IPSC, smallbore and custom paper targets. All firing is from 200 yards. Slings are allowed in all stages, front support allowed as noted. Where front support is allowed it is limited to bipods, shooting sticks or packs, no benchrest style rests, tripods or sandbags allowed. Hand held bean bag rear support allowed. No alibis.

IPSC target scoring: Each hit in upper A Zone ten points, lower A Zone eight points, B Zone six points, C Zone four points, D Zone two points, “no shoot” target minus ten points.

COURSE OF FIRE

Sighters None.

Stage 1 – Cold bore, IPSC target, front support allowed – two shots, one minute, upper A zone only. Shooters start in position loaded.

Stages 2a and 2b will be fired on the same IPSC target.

Stage 2a – Standing, front support allowed. Five shots, five minutes.

Stage 2b – Kneeling, front support allowed. Five shots, five minutes.

Stages 3a and 3b will be fired on the same IPSC target partially covered by a no shoot target.

Stage 3a – Sitting, front support allowed. Five shots, five minutes.

Stage 3b – Sitting, sling support only. Five shots, five minutes.

Stages 4a and 4b will be fired on the same IPSC target.

Stage 4a – Standing to kneeling transition, sling support only, no shooting sticks. Two shots standing after which shooters immediately transition to kneeling and fire three rounds, sixty seconds total for all five shots. Shooters start standing in a low ready position with two rounds loaded and may not reload until in the kneeling position. When making the transition to kneeling rifles must be empty, bolts open and DBMs out.

Stage 4b – Sitting to prone transition, sling or bipod support only, no shooting sticks. Two shots sitting after which shooters immediately transition to prone and fire three rounds, sixty seconds total for all five shots. Shooters start sitting in a low ready position with two rounds loaded and may not reload until in the prone position. When making the transition to prone rifles must be empty, bolts open and DBMs out.

Stages 5a and 5b will be fired on the same partially obstructed IPSC target.

Stage 5a – Prone, weak shoulder, front support allowed. Two two shot strings from the weak shoulder on a partially obstructed target, five seconds each string. Shooters start in position with two rounds loaded.

Stage 5b – Prone, surprise fire, front support allowed. Three two shot strings on a partially obstructed target, three seconds each string. Shooters start in position with two rounds loaded. Shots are fired on signal without warning. The interval between the strings will not be announced and will vary from string to string.

Stage 6 – Standing to prone and prone, front support allowed. Two five shot thirty second strings, five seconds between strings, on a five bull 50 yard smallbore target, maximum two hits per bull. Each hit in the black is ten points. Shooters start standing with four rounds loaded, slings off, bipods up and pack with the shooter. All ammo must be carried with the shooter. At the signal shooters have thirty seconds to drop into position and fire five rounds on the target, cease fire, five seconds for reload followed by five more rounds on the targets in thirty seconds. A maximum four rounds may be loaded in any magazine.

Stage 7 – Prone, front support allowed. Ten rounds to achieve one hit on eight shoot targets in a group including overlapping no shoot targets, ten minutes. Shoot targets are circles roughly averaging two inches in diameter, no shoot targets are rectangles. Shoot target hits are ten points each, no shoot targets minus ten points each, misses are lost rounds. Shooters start in position.

Fee: $10.00.