Steel silhouette match allows you to shoot 20 metallic knockdown 1/5 scale ram silhouettes, using .22 caliber rimfire rifle at 200 yards off of a bench. One shot per silhouette; if you miss, you move onto the next silhouette once you start to shoot silhouettes no going back to swingers. Score will be the total number of silhouettes knocked over. Upon arrival, you must sign in to determine which order you shoot. Unlimited sighter shoots on swingers. All relays will have a 20-minute time limit. Any front rest with feet and rear bag allowed. No one-piece rest allowed. Any .22 long rifle ammunition is allowed, except stingers. There is no limitation on the magnification allowed in scopes. You may shoot 1 week ahead. You will be expected to go down range and reset silhouettes. Cost of the match is $5 per relay.
If you are not familiar with NRL22, it is a great (and cheaper) way to experience precision rifle shooting.
You don't have to be a Member of NRL22 organization to shoot the monthly matches, but you do have to be a member if you want to be tracked by NRL22 and try to qualify for the NRL22 Nationals each year.
The monthly NRL22 Course of fire will be 5 stages (with a possibility of extra side stages). 80+ rounds of 22LR engaging steel targets from 25 to 100 yards. There is a good mix between prone, barricade and positional stages. Steel targets sized from 1/4" to 6" depending on the stage description.
Matches are focused on skills development and casual competition in a relaxed atmosphere. It’s a great opportunity to challenge your marksmanship skills from obstacles and barricades engaging targets as small as ¼ of an inch. Stages will have multiple steel targets ranging anywhere from 25 to 100 yards, something you can’t shoot on most ranges. Each month is a different course of fire. There will be great mix of new and experienced shooters who love to share knowledge with others who are interested in Precision Rifle Shooting.
This is a fun shoot. Any rimfire rifle, any scope magnification, any rifle weight are all acceptable. Please no one piece sleds. Bipods have been allowed.
Course of fire is 25 shots in 25 minutes plus unlimited sighters. The target used is the IBS 50 yrd rimfire target. It's a 25 bull target. Each bull is 1.75 inches in size. The 10 ring is 0.5 inch
We use best edge scoring which means count the highest score line touched.
National match rules differ.
Matches are held every 4th Sunday of the month at 8:00 am. No matches held November thru February, except for our annual New Year's Day match January 1st at 9:00 am.
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