DATE: October 12-13, 2013
LOCATION: Green River, Utah.
DIRECTIONS: See www.usrpa.org or attached directions. The range is about 5 minutes East of down town Green River, Utah.
FACILITIES: Green River, Utah is the nearest city with motels, etc.
NOTE: Competitors should bring their own food and water. A port-a-pottie will be located in the 600 yard firing line.
SPONSOR: Utah State Rifle & Pistol Association
Elwood Powell, 4834 Van Buren Ave., Ogden, Utah, 84403, (801) 499-9763, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
RULES: Current NRA HIGH POWER RIFLE Rules govern.
ELIGIBILITY: This is a Registered Match open to any individual who is a member of the National Rifle Association and the Utah State Rifle and Pistol Association or their respective State Association, who has shot in at least one prior High Power Rifle match. A $5.00 nonmember fee will be charged for those without proof of current Utah State Rifle & Pistol Association Membership. USRPA membership is $25 per year. Applications will be available at the range. ($15.00 for Juniors).
CLASSIFICATION: Competitors holding an NRA classification will shoot in their respective classes. All unclassified shooters will shoot in the Master class (Rule 19.2). Assigned Classification (Rule 19.6), or Temporary Classification (Rule 19.2), may be used in making entry in this match. Competitors should be prepared to present their NRA Classification Card before squadding. (Rule 19.7).
REGISTRATION: Entries will be limited to the first 45 competitors to register. Registration cards are available online at http://www.usrpa.org/High_Power/high_power.html. All pre-registrations must be received by the Monday before the match. Late registrations will be accepted at the range prior to the squadding at 0800, up to range capacity.
Mail or hand deliver your registration entry card with your check or money order to:
Elwood Powell Attn: Registration 4834 Van Buren Ave. Ogden, Utah 84403
Please make checks payable to: Utah State Rifle & Pistol Association
FEES: Total entry fees are as follows: Package fee for Matches 1 – 7: $45.00. ($40.00 if received by October 7, 2013). Package fee for Juniors for Matches 1 – 7: $25.00. ($20.00 if received by October 7, 2013). There is a $5.00 discount for fees received by pre-registration deadline.
Fees for Match 8 (EIC) is $20.00 for everyone Challenge fee: $ 2.00
TIME: Firing will commence following squadding assignments at 0900.
EMPTY CHAMBER INDICATOR: The use of an Empty Chamber Indicator is mandatory (Rule 3.21). They are available for $1.00.
RIFLE: NRA Match Rifle or Service Rifle: Rifle (Rule 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1.2, or 3.3). EIC Match is Service Rifle ONLY
SIGHTS: Metallic only (Rule 3.7a). [Optics Class (Rule 3.3.4 with optics) will be allowed to fire, but will compete for State Optics Class Champion only].
TARGETS: 200 yards – SR target; 300 yards – SR-3 target; 600 yards – MR-1 target.
TARGET PULLERS: No target pullers will be provided. Each competitor will pull targets unless a suitable substitute is approved by the Match Director. Those competitors who fail to perform their pit duties will be disqualified.
SIGHTING SHOTS: Two sighting shots will be allowed for each fired match (1-7). Sighting shots which are allowed for each match must be taken and scored. Sighting shots may be taken in a position other than specified for the match, but such position must be one of those described in Rule 5 excluding Rule 5.13. Match 8 (EIC) will have no sighting shots.
SCORING: Competitors will score for each other. Those competitors who fail to perform their scoring duties may be disqualified.
COURSE OF FIRE; 0900, SATURDAY.
MATCH 1: 200 Yards Standing. 2 sighting shots, 20 shots for record, 1 min/shot (Rule 5.12).
MATCH 2: 200 Yards Rapid Fire. Sitting or kneeling, 2 sighting shots, two 10 shot strings (Rule 5.8 or 5.10), 60 sec. /string.
MATCH 3: 300 Yards Rapid Fire. Prone, 2 sighting shots, two 10 shot strings (Rule 5.6), 70 sec. /string.
MATCH 4: 600 Yards Slow Fire. Prone, 2 sighting shots, 20 shots for record (Rule 5.6), 1 min/shot.
MATCH 5: Slow Fire Aggregate. An aggregate of the scores fired in Matches 1 and 4.
MATCH 6: Rapid Fire Aggregate. An aggregate of the scores fired in Matches 2 and 3.
MATCH 7: State Championship. An aggregate of the scores fired in Matches 5 & 6.
NOTE – THE 200 RAPID FIRE MATCH WILL BE FIRED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE 200 YARD STANDING MATCH BEFORE A RELAY CHANGE WILL OCCUR.
COURSE OF FIRE: 0900, SUNDAY
MATCH 8: Team Match: President’s course of fire
200 Yards Standing. 2 sighting shots, 10 shots for record, 1 min/shot (Rule 5.12).
300 Yards Rapid Fire. Prone, 2 sighting shots, One 10 shot string (Rule 5.6), 70 sec. /string.
600 Yards Slow Fire. Prone, 2 sighting shots, 20 shots for record (Rule 5.6), 1 min/shot.
MATCH 9: Leg Match: National Match Course, no sighting shots. This match will immediately follow the team match. The match will start with the 600 yard course of fire.
1. At the option of the Match Director, the scores fired in Match 7 may be used for the Match 8 team scores in lieu of firing a morning President’s Course. The purpose for this is to accommodate those who drove long distances, and who have to report to work the next day. Should this option be exercised, no coaching will be permitted.
2. The CMP Service Rifle Match and Team Match starting times may be interchanged, i.e. the Match Director reserves the right to start the Sunday activity with the Leg Match.
SATURDAY MATCH CATEGORIES AND CLASSES: Service Rifle and Match Rifle categories. There will be a State Champion awarded to each category.
AWARDS: There must be 5 or more entries in a class for an award. If there are not enough entries for class awards, awards will only be given out to the overall top three shooters per match. Competitors may be combined with the next higher class when there are less than 5 competitors per class. If there are fewer than 5 High-Masters entered, they will fire for overall awards only. The Master class will not be combined with the High-Master class. Awards will be provided for overall winner.
The Match Results Bulletin will be posted at http://www.usrpa.org/ and will not be mailed out unless requested.
CONDITIONS GOVERNING EIC MATCH
TIME and PLACE: The CMP SERVICE RIFLE (EIC) MATCH will commence at 0900 on October 13, 2013 on this range
Liability Waiver: A signed and notarized “Eligibility Affidavit and Liability Agreement” must be presented or on file to be eligible to compete in this EIC match.
RULES: This match is governed by the rules prescribed by the Civilian Marksmanship Program (see Competition Rules and Regulations – current ed. http://www.odcmp.com/Competitions/Rulebook.pdf).
OPEN TO: Any citizen of the United States 16 years of age or older. However, younger competitors may compete with the Match Director’s permission. Distinguished shooters are eligible to compete for place awards only. However, if range facilities limit the number of entries, priority will be given to non-distinguished competitors.
COURSE OF FIRE: National Match Course (no sighting rounds).
First Stage- Slow Fire, 200 yards; target, short range competitive. 10 shots standing; 1 minute per shot. Sling on rifle and in the parade position.
Second Stage- Sustained Fire, 200 yards; target, SR. 10 shots, sitting or kneeling from standing; 60 seconds firing time.
Third Stage- Sustained Fire, 300 yards; target, SR3. 10 shots, prone from standing; 70 seconds firing time.
Fourth Stage- Slow Fire, 600 yards; target, MR1. 20 shots, prone; 1 minute per shot.
RIFLES: As described in paragraph 4-11, CMP Competition Rules and Regulations (current ed.)
1. US Rifle, Caliber .30 M1, as issued by the US Army, or the same type of commercially manufactured rifle or modified with a 7.62 cal. barrel, having not less than a 4.5 pound trigger pull, with standard type stock and standard issue type leather or web sling.
2. US Rifle, Caliber 7.62 M14 or the same type and caliber of commercially manufactured rifle, having not less than a 4.5 trigger pull with standard type stock and standard type leather or web sling. In all courses of fire and in all positions the 20 round box magazine will be attached.
3. US Rifle, Caliber 5.56mm M16 series or the same type commercially manufactured rifle, without bipod or grenade launcher, having not less than a 4.5 pound trigger pull, with standard type stock, pistol grip, hand guard, and leather or web sling. In all courses of fire and in all positions the standard 20 round box magazine will be used.
4. US Rifle, Caliber 5.56mm M4 series or the same as type and caliber of commercially manufactured rifle with a removable carry handle provided that the carry handle and rear sight have the same configuration as the carry handle on the M16-A2. The carry handle must be attached in such a way that the sight radius remains the same as the M16-A2 rifle. A higher front sight base (.060) or lower rear sight base/carry handle (.060) may be used to allow proper zeroing of the rifle from 100 to 1,000 yards. See CMP, current rules, sec. 6.2.3 for further information.
AMMUNITION: No ammunition will be provided. All competitors must furnish their own ammunition.
AWARD SCHEDULE: The classes are High Master, Master, Expert, Sharpshooter, and Marksman, provided there are sufficient entries in a class to warrant awards. There must be five or more entries in a class for an award. Competitors may be combined with the next higher class when there are less than five competitors per class. If there are fewer than five High Masters entered, they will fire for overall awards only. The Master class will not be combined with the High Master class. If there are not enough entries for class awards, awards only will be given out to the overall top three shooters per match. An award will be provided for the overall winner.
The Match Bulletin will be posted at http://www.usrpa.org/ and will not be mailed out unless requested.
MODIFICATIONS: The Match Director reserves the right to make modifications “while staying within the NRA/CMP rules” to this match program.
NOTE – EIC (Leg) Match awards with be mailed to the recipients by the Civilian Marksmanship Program, Port Clinton, Ohio.