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CENTRAL KANSAS GUN CLUB

2003 HIGH POWER RIFLE SCHEDULE

Location:  Hutchinson, KS.  3-3/4 miles north of K-Mart at 30th  and Lorraine.

March 01 (Saturday)

*200/300/600 Yd. (Any rifle/sight to follow)

July 06

100 Yd. Reduced

March 09

*200/300/600 Yd. (Any rifle/sight to follow)

July 13

100 Yd. Reduced

April 05 (Saturday)

*200/300/600 Yd. (Special any rifle/sight to
follow.
$5.00 entry, winner take all)

August 03

100 Yd. Reduced

April 13

*200/300/600 Yd. (Any rifle/sight to follow)

August 10

100 Yd. Reduced

May 03 (Saturday)

*200/300/600 Yd. (Any rifle/sight to follow)

September 07

100 Yd. Reduced

May 10 (Saturday)

*200/300/600 Yd. (Any rifle/sight to follow)

September 14

*200/300/600 Yd. ("Service Rifle" will shoot for special trophy)

June 01

100 Yd. Reduced

October 05

100 Yd. Reduced (Picnic to follow)

June 08

100 Yd. Reduced ("M1 Garand" will shoot for special trophy)

October 12

*200/300/600 Yd. (Any rifle/sight to follow. Battle of the 03"s II. Special trophy of 03 shooters)

 



Rules: Current NRA High Power Rifle rules will govern. Open bolt indicators will be required, available at $2.00 each.

Elgibility: Open to all competitors.

Entry Fee: $18.00 ($16.00 for CKGC members) (Includes NRA Registration Fee).

Entries: Registration starts at 7:30 and are accepted until 8:15 on Match day. Firing starts at 8:30 SHARP!

Classification: NRA classification will be used throughout. Those not having acurrent classification will fire in the Master class. If a class has less than threeshooters, those individuals will fire in the next higher class, excluding the HighMaster class. Service and Match rifles will compete together in one category.

Squadding & Scoring: All matches will be squadded and competitors will scoreand pull targets for each other by relays when firing the 200/300/600 Yd. course. Each individual will score someone else’s target when firing the 100 Yd. course.

Course of Fire: 80 Shot Regional Match course. (88 shots, 800 points).

Match #1: 2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, standing slow fire (single round loading) in 22 minutes. Distance is 200 yards using the “SR” target.

Match #2: 2 sighting shots and two 10 shot strings for record, from standing to sitting or kneeling, rapid fire with 1 reload in 60 seconds. Distance is 200 yards using the “SR” target.

Match #3: 2 sighting shots and two 10 shot strings for record, from standing to prone, rapid fire with 1 reload in 70 seconds. Distance is 300 yards using the “SR-3” target.

Match #4: 2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, prone slow fire (single round loading) in 22 minutes. Distance is 600 yards using the “MR-1” target.

The “100 Yd. reduced” course has the same course of fire but is shot on stationary frames at a distance of 100 yds. using official reduced targets.

Awards: Awards will be given to overall winner and winners in each class (providedat least three shooters for first, four for second, and five for third).

*Any Rifle, any Sight Match: Open match for center fire rifles .35 or less. Telescopicsights allowed. Classification will not be used. Entry fee is $2.00 with 100% payback totop three (50/25/25). 2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, prone slow fire in 22minutes. This is shot after the 100 Yd. Reduced Match only if one relay is shot.

The Dean Nelson Traveling Trophy will be awarded to the shooter who has accumulated the most total points out of all of the matches. John Hegar was the 2002 winner.

Food and running water is unavailable at the range.

For advanced entry or information contact:

Randy Lawrence
1313 North Washington
Hutchinson, KS. 67501
(620) 662-4958

Visit our club web site at www.ckgc.org