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11/22/2017 10:05:29 PM
Posted: 10/25/2004 4:07:29 PM EST
What: GTRI Fall 2004 High-Power Rifle Match
When: Saturday, October 30, 2004; 9:00am sharp. Usually done by 12:00 noon.
Where: GTRI target range, Range A (the rifle range)
Cost: $10 for GTRI members, $15 for guests and visitors ($4.50 goes to NRA)

I am pleased to announce that GTRI in association with the NRA and the ODCMP is resuming our NRA-approved High-power rifle matches. All members, their guests, and the general public are welcome to participate. This match fulfills the ODCMP 50-round competition requirement in order to purchase parts and rifles directly from the ODCMP. This competition will also get you in the NRA shooter classification system and familiarize you with competition shooting in a low-pressure friendly environment.

Match Format:

This will be a standard 50-round National Match course of fire. The relays are as follows:

Relay #
Rounds fired
Time allowed
Position
Target Used
Notes

1
10
10 minutes
Standing
SR-1
Cannot use sling; load one at a time.

2
10
60 seconds
Kneeling or sitting
SR-1
Slings ok, must reload.

3
10
70 seconds
Prone
SR-21
Slings ok, must reload.

4
20
20 minutes
Prone
MR-31
Slings ok. Load one round at a time.

All courses will be shot at a distance of 100 yards. NRA High-Power rifle match rules will be used. Iron sights only; most military muzzle brakes and compensators are permitted, after-market and other kinds will move you to a different category; if you use a magazine fed rifle bring at least two standard size (20 or 30 round or reduced capacity of same size) magazines. See NRA High-Power rifle rules for details.

Recommended equipment:
1. Magazine or clip fed, semi-automatic, center-fire rifle equipped with iron sights only. I strongly encourage the use of the following types of rifles: M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, M1A/M14 Rifle, and M16/AR-15 series rifles (semi-auto ONLY).
2. Ground cloth, piece of rug, or other suitable material to pad you while shooting prone.
3. At least 60 rounds of quality ammunition for your weapon and two full-size magazines.
For more information, please contact Chad Young, Match Director at chad (at) aboutguns.net. We hope to see you there!


For directions: www.gainesvilletargetrange.com

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