High Power Match Program

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High Power Match Program

    High Power Match Program


     Port Malabar Rifle & Pistol Club

    Saturday: Regional Match Course, 800 Points

    Firing commences at 8:00 AM

    800 Point Conventional High Power Matches, current NRA Conventional High power Rifle Rules will govern.

    All scores sent to NRA.

; Match 1: 200 Yards, 2 Sighters, 20 shots standing in a total time of 22 minutes. SR Target.

    ; Match 2: 200 Yards, 2 Sighters, 2 strings of 10 shots each, 60 seconds each string sitting, with a

     magazine change. SR Target.

    ; Match 3: 300 Yards, 2 Sighters, 2 strings of 10 shots each, 70 seconds each string, prone, with a

     magazine change. SR-3 Target.

; Match 4: 600 Yards, 2 Sighters, 20 shots, prone in a total time of 22 minutes. MR-1 Target.

; Match 5: Over-all aggregate of Matches 1 thru 4

NRA approved EMPTY CHAMBER INDICATORS will be required at these matches Rule 3.21.

    Rifles: NRA Match Rifles Rule 3.3, 3.3.1 Service Rifles, Rules 3.1, 3.11, 3.12, 3.13, 3.1.4. Metallic sights only

    Ammunition: Any safe ammunition supplied by the competitor. Rule 3.17

    Squadding: High Masters and Masters will be squadded on the same relay, not necessarily the first relay Rule 11.6.7.

    Other relays squadded in descending order of classification. Squadding will take place the morning of the match; late registrants will be squadded where space exists.

    Fee: $20 for Members. $25.00 for non-Members Includes $4.50 to the NRA. Juniors $5

    Challenges: A challenge fee of $3.00 will be charged. If the challenge is won, it will be returned to the shooter. Rule 16.1 Awards:,Over-all Winner, Service Rifle & Match Rifle Category Winner if more than 5 entries in each Category.

    Class Winners in each of the following classes: High Master, Master, Expert, SS, and Marksman if class limits are met. Awards will be cash or NRA Points. 3-5 competitors required to make a class depending on the number of competitors


     50% of after expense entry fee used for awards.

    Parking: Allowed on the Range

    Range Capacity: Entries limited to the first 80 competitors, 4 relays, 20 firing positions. Advance entries appreciated, but not required. Registration begins at 7:15 AM on the day of the match and closes at 7:50 AM. Late entry fee of $5.00 will apply after 7:50 AM.

    Miscellaneous: Food and water are not available at the range; competitors should bring fluids and snacks with them. There are several convenience stores on Malabar Road. on the way to the range.

    Severe weather may cause the Match Director to delay relays until the situation improves. Matches will be fired regardless of mildly inclement weather but not if lightening occurs. If at least one yard line is completed, this will constitute a match and no refunds will be given.

    2009-2010 calendar

    Saturday Matches

    Oct 17, 2009

    Nov 21, 2009

    Dec 19, 2009 Dec. 20, 2009 Leg Match

    Jan 16, 2010

    Feb 20, 2010

    Mar 20 2010

    Apr 17, 2010

    May15, 2010*

    Jun 19, 2010*

    July 17,2010 PRATICE MATCH

    * 500 Point Matches

    General Conditions

May and June are 500 Point Matches. Course of fire: National Match Course per Rule 7.14 (50 shots) or

    80 shot Regional Match Course per rule 7.15.

Eyeglasses and ear protection are recommended while shooting or when in the pits. The club requires that you sign a

     release and hold harmless waiver if you intend on shooting on this range. For additional information go to the club web

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    For info on this matches contact: Brad Sutherland 305-218-7057 or email

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