|November 28, 2011, 02:31 PM||#1|
Join Date: March 11, 2007
Location: all over Virginia
highpower rifle - Charlottesville - 12/3/2011
highpower rifle - Charlottesville - 12/3/2011
100 yard walk-and-paste
RIVANNA RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB, INC.
1570 Old Lynchburg Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903
THE 2011 RIVANNA RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB HIGH POWER RIFLE MATCHES
Jan 8, Feb 5, Mar 5, Apr 2, May 7, June 4, July 2, Aug 6, Sep 3, Oct 1, Nov 5, Dec 3
Approved by the National Rifle Association
SPONSOR: The Rivanna Rifle and Pistol Club
RULES: Rules will be as printed in the latest edition of the NRA High Power Rifle Rule Book.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to anyone. NRA and Virginia State Shooting Association membership is encouraged.
ENTRIES: Entries must be made the day of the match at the range. No reservations or advance entries will be accepted. For general information see our club web page at www.rrpc.org or contact:
Mr. Steve Dellinger (434-589-5338, home after 7:00pm)
17322 James Madison Highway
Palmyra, Virginia 22963
ENTRY FEES: A single $15.00 fee for entry in the match will be charged ( $4.50 of this fee goes to the NRA as a registration fee for the match ). Anyone wishing to shoot for practice on the second relay will be required to pay a $5.00 target fee. Competitors for record take priority for positions on the line over practice shooters.
SQUADDING: Two relays will be squadded at 9:00am and 11:00am on a first come basis. It is strongly recommended that you arrive at the range by 8:00am to ensure a position in the first relay. Relays are limited to 20 competitors per relay, 2 relays (40 competitors) per day. Competitors shooting for record will receive priority over all entries. Competitors reporting for the second relay must sign up on the sign up sheet at the desk.
NO NAME ON SHEET - NO SHOOT - NO EXCEPTIONS.
SCORING: Scoring will be done by the competitors with targets on the frames.
CHALLENGES: The value of any shot may be challenged at no charge and the match supervisor's decision as to the shot value will be final.
SIGHTING: Ten (10) minutes unlimited single feed sighting shots any position before each relay.
This will be your only sight in period during the match.
COURSE: A modified National Match Course of 50 shots for score fired at 100 yards.
Stage 1: 20 shots for score, standing, single feed, SR1 target, 20 minutes.
Stage 2: 10 shots for score, sitting, SR1 target, 60 seconds, with magazine change.
Stage 3: 10 shots for score, prone, SR21 target, 70 seconds, with magazine change.
Stage 4: 10 shots for score, prone, single feed, MR31 target, 10 minutes.
Match: Aggregate of stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. 50 shots total.
RIFLE: Any center fire rifle of .22 caliber or greater equipped with metallic sights and capable of being reloaded during the rapid fire strings.
CLASSES: The NRA classification system will be used. Individuals who have not been classified and do not have a temporary classification (i.e. have not fired any NRA competition in the last 3 yrs.) will fire in the Unclassified class. Rule 19.6, Assigned Classifications, will be used.
COACHING: No coaching on the firing line will be permitted. This may be waived at the discretion of the Match Director, Match Supervisor or the Match RSO when new, inexperienced or junior shooters are on the line.
AWARDS: All awards will be cash or NRA award points. Approximately 50% of the entry fee will be returned as awards to the overall match winner and the class winners. A class will be established by a minimum of two competitors and one additional award will be given for each three competitors in a class. If there are less than three competitors in a class they will be combined with the next higher class. No individual will win more than one award in any match.
LOCATION: The range is located just outside of Charlottesville, Virginia. From I-64 take the 5th Street exit, number 120. Competitors need to proceed south 4.2 miles on Rt. 631 (Old Lynchburg Rd.) to Deerfield Lane. A sign for the range is on the right. The rifle range is the first right after entering the range gate (look for the signs).
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN STAPLE GUN, SPOTTING SCOPE, GROUND CLOTH AND PEN OR PENCIL.
NOTES: As this match is popular the firing positions fill very quickly. I strongly urge that you arrive 1 hour early for either relay. A sign up sheet is used for positions on the second relay and will be strictly enforced. See the range officer on arrival to sign up. No name on sheet, no position on the line. Bring sufficient ammunition for the match. Recommendation is 80 rounds to cover sighting shots and potential alibi rounds. Food and drinks are not available at the range so come prepared. The firing line is covered and concrete floored however during rainy weather the line can be subject to wind blown rain and the range may have standing water so plan accordingly with ground cover for prone firing and proper foot wear. While new, inexperienced or junior shooters are more than welcome to compete with proper guidance it is preferred that they shoot on the second relay.
THEMES: In order to make the match more interesting we have different themes on the following months. Participation in the monthly theme is voluntary but encouraged and makes for a great change of pace!
May: Bolt Gun Match- Bring your favorite bolt action rifle
November: World War 2 Match- Bring your favorite WWII rifle
NEW FOR 2011: No changes to format, we are keeping the match the same as we have previously run.
!!! NOTICE to RRPC MEMBERS: The bench rest and the 300 yard ranges are CLOSED on match day from club opening until the last competitor clears the line. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! Rifle Match Director, Match Supervisor and/or Match RSO has total authority over the use of the Rifle Ranges.
See our club website at www.rrpc.org for additional information.
|November 28, 2011, 04:16 PM||#2|
Join Date: June 16, 2008
LOL I read the course of fire a couple times before it dawned on me what was happening.
In normal across the course HP matches the 20 shots would be fired at 600 and not the standing stage.
Then it hit me. At 100 yards that would be silly, you dont have the wind and other conditions to worry about so 20 shots for the slow fire stage would be a waste. How ever at 100 yards off hand would be the most difficult, so why not shoot the 20 round string there.
I like that ideal. (though its too far to drive).
CPT USAR Ret
USAMU Sniper School Oct '78
Distinguished Rifle Badge 1071
|December 7, 2011, 01:51 PM||#3|
Join Date: August 7, 2000
Location: Floating down the James River in VA
RRPC holds a good RCOF match. I earned my Garand there a few years ago.
Wind and mirage don't matter on our tiny range, but that 3/4" xring on the MR31 is really,really small.
Now if we can just get the berm fixed and reopen our 300yd range someday soon...
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