New Holland
Rifle and Pistol Club

 



 

New Holland Rifle & Pistol Club

NRA Approved, High Power Rifle League

100 Yard Reduced Shoot & Scoot Match

 

Match Officials:

Coaches: Frank Wasco (RSO), Paul Irvin (RSO) Match Director: Frank Wasco, Line Officer: Paul Irvin

Match Schedule:

November through March, second Saturday of the month.

See the club website calendar for exact dates. http://www.nhrpc.org/Calendar

Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. Start Time is at 9:00 a.m.

Entries:

Entries close 15 minutes before the scheduled start time, pre-registration is encouraged and can be made via email. Participants may be required to sign a Liability Agreement if one is not currently on file at the range. Print a waiver here and bring it with you:

http://www.nhrpc.org/resources/Documents/NHRPC%20-%20Waiver%20Form%202015.pdf

Match Conditions:

These matches are open to all US Citizen shooters using shooter-provided firearms, equipment, and appropriate safe ammunition. Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) and use of ear & eye protection is mandatory for match events. Range capacity is 1 Relay of 20 Competitors. Competitors will hang targets to start the match, score and repair targets during the match, and remove all targets upon completion of the match. For inclement weather, stand-by for email updates.

The match will be conducted by NRA rules as detailed in the NRA high-power rifle rule book. Link to the NRA rules:  https://rulebooks.nra.org/documents/pdf/compete/RuleBooks/HPR/hpr-book.pdf

Rifle Class:

Any center fire rifle or carbine (manual or semi auto) that is safe, clean, and in good working condition that can shoot 10 rounds of ammunition in 60 seconds. Any sight system may be used. Muzzle brakes are not permitted; flash hiders are allowed.

Equipment Needed:

Rifle, ammo (at least 60 rounds), clips or magazines, shooting mat or blanket, spotting scope or binoculars, pen, ear & eye protection, sling, adjustment tools, winter jacket or shooting coat.

Course of Fire:

NRA High-Power Rifle Match, National Match Course, 500 aggregate, 100 yard reduced. Line calls will be given for each shooting stage. Competitors will have a 3 minute preparation period prior to each shooting stage:

2 sighting shots followed by 10 record shots slow fire standing in 12 minutes.

2 sighting shots in 2 minutes, followed by a 10 shot string of sitting rapid fire with a magazine change in 60 seconds by NRA rules.

2 sighting shots in 2 minutes, followed by a 10 shot string of prone rapid fire with a magazine change in 70 seconds by NRA rules.

2 sighting shots followed by 20 record shots slow fire prone in 22 minutes.

Targets:

All targets will be NRA approved targets for each stage of fire.

Ammunition:

Shooter must bring their own safe ammunition, such as factory, reloads, or surplus. No tracer, armor piercing, or incendiary ammunition is permitted.

Classification:

NRA classifications, or if you are new we will help you get an NRA classification.

Challenges:

There are no challenges. Extra time may be given for malfunctions or alibis.

Contact:

For questions, information, and pre-registration: Frank Wasco fwasco@comcast.net

Entries Limited:

Range capacity is 20 individual shooters on 1 relay, pre-registration is encouraged.

Fees:

$15.00

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