Steel Marksmanship Challenge NRL22 Match will count toward NRL22 Points Race for NRL22 Registered Members...
The local monthly course of fire will always have 2 prone stages, a barricade stage, a positional stage and one stage that could be any of the above. One of these 5 stages will be a paper stage to help reduce ties. All steel targets will be 10 points per hit, and paper stages will be 10 down to 1 based off of accuracy.
There are 4 classes in total. They are Open, Base, Ladies and Young Guns (8-18). All classes must utilize rifles chambered in .22 Long Rifle. The Open class is unlimited in the rifle and optic they use. Ladies and Young Guns may also utilize any rifle and optic. Ladies class is for the women shooters. Young Guns are for the kids ages 8-18. Young guns must be able to manipulate the rifle safely on their own, but voice coaching is absolutely encouraged. The last class is Base class, which is for the budget minded shooter. This class is for rifles that cost MSRP of $350 or less and optics that cost MSRP of $700 or less. Some modifications are allowed in Base class. For a more complete description reference, view the official NRL 22 rules and regulations at NRL22.org.
Note: This SMC NRL22 Match Registration fee already includes all applicable Great Guns Sporting Range Fees. Just check in at the Great Guns Sporting main office on the morning of the shoot and let them know you will be shooting in the Steel Marksmanship Challenge (SMC).
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