LRGI 2017 SPRING RIMFIRE LEAGUE RULES

 

 

1.       Rules

a.       Current NRA Rules apply.  Except Youth and Junior  Pistol shooters may use a two hand hold.

b.      NRA Rule Book will be available online, for reference, at the range,

 

2.       Host

a.       The Hosting Range is Last Resort Guns Inc (LRGI).

b.      Firing will be conducted at the LRGI indoor range (10849 County Line Road, Madison AL 35758).

c.       LRGI range rules must be followed as set by the LRGI Range Rules.

d.      Oversight Committee will be appointed by LRGI.. 

 

3.       Shooting Season

a.       Length

                                           i.          An 8 week league.

b.      Dates

                                           i.          Fall League will start on March 6 .

                            ii.       Fall League last shoot 30 April .

                           iii.       Prize award and Challenge Match 1 May

                              

4.       League Association

a.       Individual competition only, no team or League affiliation required.

b.      Information Required:

                                           i.          Shooter Name.

                                          ii.          Class (.22 Rimfire, Pistol or Rifle or both).

                                         iii.          Shooter Address and Phone.

                                         iv.          Shooter e-mail if available.

c.       Shooter information due with premium.

d.      LRGI reserves the right to limit the number of shooters.

e.       Competitors must complete a minimum of 5 shoots  to be eligible for any awards/drawings.


5.       Fees

a.       League Fees

                                           i.          First shooter from family is $20.00 for 1st class entry, additional class entry $10 (ie $20 pistol or rifle, $30 both).

                                          ii.          Additional family members enrolling, $10 per  class entry.

                                         iii.          Fees due by Sept 5th with required shooter information.

          b.       Range Fees

                                           i.          Regular LRGI admission fees are in effect for the League.

                                          ii.          No additional Charges for LRGI Members and their family members to shoot the league.

                                         iii.          A  Trial Family Membership is available for $100 for the duration of the league.

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6.       Course of Fire

a.       All pistol firing will be at 25ft, Competition will be shot single handed, Youth and Junior may shoot 2 handed..

                                           i.          .22 caliber Rimfire pistols for Pistol Class (Revolver or Semi-Auto capable of firing 5 shots in Ten Seconds – Any NRA Allowed Sight)

                                          ii.          Weekly Match –

1.       10 Shots Slow Fire (one ten shot string, 7 minutes for the string).

2.       10 Shots Timed Fire (fired in two 5 shot strings, 20 seconds for each string).

3.       10 Shots Slow Fire (one ten shot string, 7 minutes for the string).

4.       10 Shots Timed Fire (fired in two 5 shot strings, 10 seconds for each string).

 

b.      All rifle firing will be at 25 yards, Competition will be shot from standing Position unsupported( slings permitted), Juniors may sit elbows rested on knees.

                                           i.          .22 caliber Rimfire Rifle for Rifle Class ( Semi-Auto or bolt action capable of firing 5 shots in Ten Seconds – Any NRA Allowed Sight)

                                          ii.          Weekly Match–

1.       10 Shots Slow Fire (one ten shot string, 7 minutes for the string)

2.       10 Shots Timed Fire (fired in two 5 shot strings, 20 seconds for each string)

3.       10 Shots Slow Fire (one ten shot string, 7 minutes for the string)

4.       10 Shots Timed Fire (fired in two 5 shot strings, 10 seconds for each string)

c.       Alibis

                                           i.          Current NRA Rules apply

                                          ii.          One re-fire during the Slow Fire Stage, and one re-fire during the sustained fire stage is possible – NRA Rule 9.14C. 


7.       Tournament Divisions

a. Open: Rifle & Handgun :   Scopes , Optical sights, Light gathering scopes, Muzzle brakes and Barrel weights permitted. No active projection on the Target.


b. Limited: Rifle & Handgun: Iron Sights, Adjustable & Fiberoptic Permitted. No Optical or  Electronic Sights, No Compensators No barrel weights, No enclosed 


c. Special Recognition Classes within Limited Division: Cowboy/Cowgirl: Single Action Revolvers & Lever Rifles Must wear Cowboy Hat. 

    Top Lady. Top Youth. Top Junior. Top Senior ( Must have 3 participants in the class for recognition)


8. NRA Classifications

a.       Individual – based on the first 80 shots for unclassified shooters, Last years competitors will start with their last standing classification

b.      Scores

                                           i.          Master – 95% and above                                         

                                          ii.          Expert – 90% to 94.99%                                          

                                         iii.          Sharp Shooter – 85% to 89.99                  

                                         iv.          Marksman below 85%                              

 

9.       Targets

a.        LRGI will provide all targets                      

b.       All Targets will be marked by the Competitor with Competitor’s name (must be legible) and target number

c.         Competitor may retain all four  targets while firing the match.


10.       Scoring

a.       Targets

                                           i.          Targets will be scored by an LRGI RSO and the Person who scores a Competitor’s targets will also mark their full name (must be legible) on the

                                      targets

                                          ii.          Scoring Plugs may not be used except by an LRGI RSO – Overlays must be used.

                                         iii.          When a scoring plug is used, all parties must agree to the score value prior to removing the plug.

                                         iv.          Overlays will be used to determine doubles – plugs cannot be used.

                                          v.          LRGI will have scoring plugs and overlays available

                                         vi.          LRGI will impound all targets after the firing session for score verification and entering scores into database – to be returned to the shooter after

                                      scores are entered, if requested, or if discrepancies arise.

b.      Score Eligibility

                                           i.          Scores will be recorded by Competitor Name for every completed match

                                          ii.         A shooting session must be completed (all 40 shots accounted for) for scores to be submitted for entry.


 11.    Shooting League Targets

a.       League targets may be shot any day throughout the week and at any time that the range is open. You may shoot  targets for the prior week if you were away

                 and you may shoot targets for the week ahead if you will be away..

b.      The scored portion of your shoot requires that you advise the RSO so that he may keep time for you.

c.       Competitor Standings will be determined by the Average of the 40 shot aggregate scores for each week


12.    Awards

a.       League Champion award(s) (High Overall 40 shot aggregate best 5 matches)for Division with largest enrolement 

                                           i.          One for League Champion, 6 month Regular Membership, 3 x 3 month membership for the other 3 divisions

b.      Individual  awards will be given out.

                                           i.          One for Each Division champion 

                            ii.          One for the Top Lady

                            iii.          One for the Top Youth (12 and under)

                            iv.       One for Top Cowboy/Cowgirl

                            v.    One for Top Senior (62 and over)

                            vi.    One for Top Junior (13-17)

 

c.       Possible Additional awards:

                                           i.          Individual High Scores for:

1.       High Slow Fire

2.       High Timed Fire

3.       High Rapid Fire

4.       High 400

                                          ii.          Ties will be broken by X count, then average

 

d.      Door Prizes / Awards / Drawings

                                           i.          Must be present to win

                                          ii.          To be eligible, competitor must complete (actually shoot in) a minimum of 5 matches. 

                                         iii.          To receive prizes a competitor must be able to legally do so.



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