Hampden Rifle and Pistol Club by HC121003053214


									                         Hampden Rifle and Pistol Club
                       Meadow Road, Hampden Maine 04444
High Power Service Rifle 2012 Maine State Championship Match; 200, 300 and 600 yards

Official Program: NRA Registered

Open To: Anyone, NRA membership required

Date: July 14, 2012; firing starts at 08:30.Prep period starts 3 minutes before firing.

Place: Hampden Rifle and Pistol Club; Meadow Road, Hampden, Maine

Entries: Limited to 40 competitors.

Fees: Registration fee $30.00 Make checks payable to Hampden Rifle and Pistol Club

Contact/Advance registration: Dave Dow 19 King St. Old Town, Me. 04468 (207) 827-6258

Rifle: Service Rifle M1, M14, M16, (rules 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1.2) or NRA Match Rifle

Rules: Current NRA High Power Rifle Rules

Course of Fire: The Regional Match Course from 200, 300 and 600 yards
                Stage 1- Standing Offhand slow fire 200 yards, 2 sighting shots and then 20
                record shots in 22 minutes, SR target
                Stage 2 -Sitting/kneeling rapid fire from standing 200 yards, 2 sighting shots and
                then two 10 shot strings of 60 seconds each. SR target
                Stage 3 – Prone rapid fire from standing 300 yards, 2 sighting shots and then two
                10 shot strings of 70 seconds each SR 3 target
                Stage 4 – Slow fire prone 600 yards; 2 sighting shots and then 20 shots in 22
                minutes MR target
Total match is 80 round aggregate of stage 1,2,3and4
Classification: NRA classification system will be used. Unclassified shooters may use an
assigned classification or shoot in the Master class. Four or more unclassified shooters may
constitute a separate class.
Awards: Only shooters firing the service rifle are eligible for awards. There will be one match
winner. An award will be given to the high scoring Maine State resident shooting the service
rifle. There will be an award for the top shooter in each class. Classes with more than 5
competitors may receive additional awards (2nd place, etc..) Classes with less than 3 shooters will
be combined with the next higher class.
Squadding: All relays will be squadded. Arrive before 08:15 to pick up squadding.
Scoring: Each competitor will score for other competitors.
Pit Duty: all competitors must perform pit duty

Note: a shooter may shoot an NRA match rifle, however they will not be eligible for any
awards. Those scores will be sent in to the NRA

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