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WBBSC Hi-Power Service Rifle & Vintage Military Rifle Match

- The 2015 matches have come to a close.
- The 2016 matches will begin again on Sunday February 7th.
This is a reduced for 100 yard NRA 
STANDARD MULTIPLE STAGE Match Course. You will fire a total of 48 shots, 10+2 sighter rounds per position, the best 10 of 12 per position are recorded for score. The best possible score is 100-10X per position, 400-40X for the match.  AR-15, M1A1 type rifles for the "service rifle" & any as issued "vintage military" type service rifle ( 1903 Springfield, K98 Mauser, Russian Mosin/Nagant type, M96 Swedish Mauser, FN-FAL, and so forth) that was used by any countries military.  $5 per gun entry fee WBBSC Members, $7 per gun for non-members.  First relay begins at 9AM

Basic gear for this match: Your rifle, 48 rounds of ammo, earplugs or muffs, eye protection, a shooting mat, empty chamber flag (spotting scope). The firing positions are:

Standing Offhand Slow Fire,  2 sighters  single loaded in two minutes, then 10 rounds single loaded slow fire in a time of 10 minutes, NRA SR-1 target.

Sitting position Rapid Fire, 2 sighters in two minutes, then 10 rounds rapid fire in 60 seconds, a magazine swap must be performed for Service Rifle shooters, Vintage Military Rifle shooters will fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds, then allowed time for a reload, and then fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds. NRA SR-1 target.

Prone position Rapid Fire, 2 sighters in two minutes, then 10 rounds rapid fire in 60 seconds, a magazine swap must be performed for Service Rifle shooters. Vintage Military Rifle shooters will fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds, then allowed time for a reload, and then fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds. NRA SR-21target.

Prone position Slow Fire, 2 sighters in two minutes, then 10 rounds single loaded slow fire in a time of 10 minutes. NRA MR-31 target.

 

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