"Mini F-Class" Match
Varying Distances based on Class

Course of fire will be the same for Division 1 and Division 2.  (See Long Rifle
Range Page for clarification of each division classes).  SHOOTERS WILL ONLY
COMPETE AGAINST OTHERS WITHIN THEIR DIVISION.   Any questions
regarding designation of division class will be at the final discretion of the match
director. 

  REGISTRATION FROM 8:00 - 8:30; MATCH STARTS AFTER SAFETY
  BRIEFING APPROX. 8:45 A.M. 
  $10.00 REGISTRATION FEE FOR EACH MATCH. 

  Support equipment for SPORT and MATCH class is limited to bi-pods and sandbags.
  Wooden blocks and sandbags may be used in lieu of bi-pods if shooter does not
  have a bi-pod available. 

  Suport equipment for OPEN/UNLIMITED class can be benchrest type front support
  and rear bag.

  Stage 1
  3 minutes for unlimited sighting shots on 50 yard  paper targets. Scoring targets will have
  5 bullseyes on it. Each bullseye will be engaged with no more than three shots, for a total
  of 15 shots. Only shots in the black portion of the bullseyes will count for score.
  Time limit is 2 1/2 minutes; scope magnification is the Shooter's Choice.

  Stage 2
  4 minutes for unlimited sighting shots on 100 yard paper targets. Scoring targets will have
  5 bullseyes on it.  Each bullseye will be engaged with no more than three shots, for a total
  of  15 shots. Only shots in the black portion of the bullseye will count for score.
  Time limit is 2 1/2 minutes; scope magnification is Shooter's Choice.

  Stage 3
  5 minutes for unlimited sighting shots on 150 yard paper targets. Scoring targets will have
  5 bullseyes on it.  Each bullseye will be engaged with no more than three shots, for a total
  of 15 shots. Only shots in the black portion of the bullseye will count for score.
  Time limit is 2 1/2 minutes; scope magnification is Shooter's Choice.


  IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Shooters with semi-automatic rifles are responsible for
  preventing ejected brass from interfering with other shooters on the line. 
  This may include a brass catcher or other form of stop-measure as long as
  it does not disrupt other shooters.  Any violation of this may result in
  disqualification from the match.

  Shooters new to the event can find additional information for rifles and support
  equipment on this website under "Long Rifle Range" tab and then by clicking on
  the link found under the .22 Competitive Shoots section.  Match Director
  Tony Almeida can be contacted by email at aalmeida0229@gmail.com.

Winner will be determined by the highest score.  Any ties will be broken by a surprise
  round as indicated by Match Director. 
22 LR MATCH - May 20, 2017
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