New Holland
Rifle and Pistol Club

 

Results:

Congratulations to all the winners..
Match Winner was Walt Zdon (MD) with a 793-33X with his Match Rifle
Hi PA resident was Roy Leidy with a 790-26 with his Service Rifle
Hi Jr was Jessica Peoples (NJ) with a personal best 764-13X Service Rifle (irons)
Hi PA resident Jr was Andrew Schildt with a 761-10X
Cash awards to winners of match 1 thru 5
Walt beat Roy both having outstanding 196-5X standing
Allen Castle and Walt Zdon both showed us how to clean 600
Special Prizes thanks to generosity of Sierra Bullets, Wisconsin Trigger, Creedmoore Sports, Powder Valley and our very own Frank Wasco
Most of all Thanks to all who do the behind the scenes work to make the day go smooth.


NHRPC2017SeptQuickGrand.pdf

NHRPC2017SeptAwdSimpGrand.pdf


2017 NRA & PRPA Sanctioned, Registered Pennsylvania State High Power Rifle Championship

And NRA High Power Leg Match

September 16, 2017 (Rain date October 21, 2017)

Eligibility:  Must be a PA resident and have PRPA membership to win the championship awards.

Rules:  NRA Rules will govern the match.  Challenges $2.00   Official NRA High Power Rule Book 

Classification:   NRA Match Rifle, current NRA or CMP Service Rifle, and CMP Match Rifles.

Caliber Requirements:  No less than .224 cal. and no greater than .30 cal. With exception to “Any Rifle” which may not exceed .35 cal.

Categories:  Match Rifle, Service Rifle.  Minimum of 5 shooters to form a class/category.   Classes and/or categories will be combined if there are insufficient competitors, per NRA rules.

Awards:  Cash awards will not be distributed per class or category winners in lieu of reasonable match fees.

Entry Fees (Cash, check or valid NRA award points):   Adult entry $45.00, Junior entry fee $25.00.  Make checks payable to New Holland Rifle & Pistol Club, Inc. (NHRPC)

Post Entries:  From 7:00am–7:40am on day of the match up to the range limit of first 60 paid entries.  Firing starts:  8am

Course of Fire: 80 shot regional high-power match course per current NRA rules.

Match 1:  200 yards slow fire standing, 2 sighting and 20 record shots – 22 minutes.

Match 2:  200 yards rapid fire, two 10-shot strings sitting or kneeling from standing or from that position per NRA rules.  2 sighting shots, 60 seconds per string time limit.

Match 3:  300 yards rapid fire, two 10-shot strings prone from standing or from the prone position per NRA rules.  2 sighting shots, 70 seconds per string time limit.

Match 4:  600 yards slow fire, 2 sighting shots, 20 record shots, 22 minutes.

Match 5:  Aggregate of matches 1, 2, 3 & 4.                                            

General Information:  ALCOHOL ON CLUB PROPERTY IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.  Competitors will pull targets and score unless a paid puller is provided by the shooter for score.  The Range Officer is authorized to reduce the match in shots or distance due to range conditions.  Refunds will be made as necessary.  The Range Officer has the option to allow alibi firing at the completion of the 2nd string of a rapid fire stage.

Match Director’s Safety Requirements:

·        Sidearms will not be permitted on the shooter’s person while in position and participating in the match.  They may be kept in the shooter’s gear bag, range cart, or in an automobile.

·        At no time, will any non competitor, other than paid pit pullers enter the pits during live fire.  This includes spouses, significant others, and children.  Children over the age of 12 may attend and participate in the match if properly supervised by a legal parent or guardian, however due to safety concerns, unattended children who are not properly supervised who are not participating in the event will not be permitted on the range for the duration of the event.  No exceptions!

·        Any unsafe activity of any participant may result in forfeiture of record score, paid match fees, and the competitor will be asked to exit the range.   No exceptions!

·        3-shot rule:  If any competitor is not on paper at the 600 yard stage of the match after firing 3 shots (consisting of both sighter and record shots), that shooter will not be permitted to continue that stage of the match.  This rule is strictly adhered to for the reasons of safety and increased possibility of skipping a bullet out of the range.

·        If you are not sure of your zero, ask the match director to help you before you fire your 1st shot.

Lodging: 

Comfort Inn (717) 355-9900

 Spring Gulch Campground (717)354-3100

County Haven Campsite (717) 354-7926

 Inn at Morgantown (610) 286-5521

Directions:

From the PA Turnpike, take Exit 298-Morgantown (Route 10 South) ½ mile to Route 23 West for approx. 7 miles to Route 897 South for approx. 3.3 miles to Meetinghouse Road.  Turn left and proceed ½ mile then turn left into the range.

From the West take Route 322 East to Route 897 South 2.5 miles to Meetinghouse Road.  Turn left and proceed ½ mile to the range on the left.

From the South take Route 340 East to Route 897 North for 3.4 miles to Meetinghouse Road.  Turn right and proceed ½ mile to the range on the left.

http://www.nhrpc.org/

GPS Address:  589 Meetinghouse Road, Gap, PA  17527

High Power Director:   Ron Siliani, ronsiliani@verizon.net

 

 

 


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