.30 caliber and under match at 100, 200, 300 yards.
Always the first Saturday of the month, even January 1st, Easter weekend, 4th of July and Labor Day weekend.
Open to the public, sign in at the club at 9:45am. Shooting to start @ 10am.
Off hand at 50, off the bench at: 100, 200, 300. We also have shooters shooting prone for 100, 200 and 300. Provide your own shooting mat if you chose to shoot prone.
5 shots for score, any more on the paper and only the 5 worst shots are scored. Has to break the line.
No one piece rest, bipods are allowed. Typically a Sinclair/Bald Eagle style front rest, and bunny ear bag or a sand bag for the rear rest is used.
Spotting scopes allowed.
Any power scope on the rifle, with the warning that some of the single magnification (24x-36x or higher) high power scopes can be a real disadvantage at 50 yards offhand. At 100 yards and further, any magnification is allowed.
.30 caliber and under, we have had everything from .17 Hornet up to 308, mostly the usual suspects, 221 Fireball, .223, 22 Hornet, 22-250, 220 Swift, .243 6 PPC, 6 BR, 257 Roberts, 260 Remington, some of the new 6.5's.
Muzzle breaks are allowed but you may be asked to shoot at the end of the firing line on a portable bench.
Actions open and empty unless on the line and the line has been called hot.
No full on benchrest rifles.
No extremely light triggers.
Flat bottom stocks or adapters to convert a round bottom to a flat bottom stock are not allowed.
The idea of this match is to emulate varmint hunting, from whacking woodchucks behind the barn to prairie dogs way out yonder.
Wind flags have been used in the past, we've gotten away from them over the last couple of years. Use in moderation would be OK.
Standard eye and ear protection is required.
Unlimited sighters at each yardage are allowed. Please watch the time.
Minimum number of rounds is 20, 5 shots at the 4 distances, assuming zero spotter shots.
Our focus is safety and fun at the same time.