What is it?
This match is specifically designed for major caliber, manually operated rifles (MORs) or carbines that meet Jeff Cooper’s Scout Rifle criteria. Most other larger MORs may compete as well.
In short, your favorite deer rifle and 3 boxes of cartridges will probably work just fine.
When is it?
Sunday, 18 March 2012 starting at 9:00 on the Rifle Range
What will I need?
A MOR that meets criteria for either of the 2 Divisions
Scout Rifle – any rifle or carbine less than 8lb in weight* and 40” in length*
General Purpose Rifle – any rifle or carbine more than 8lb in weight* and/or 40” in length*
*dimensions include all accessories (magazines, slings, bipods, etc.) used during the match.
*Minimum caliber = 6.5mm, 120 grain bullet minimum with a MV>3000 fps and commercially available ballistics that exceed 320000 PF ( Bullet wt (gr) X Muzzle Velocity (fps))
No steel core/penetrator ammunition allowed, no MV >3000 fps. If you damage the steel targets, you are replacing them.
Optics/sights – any optic or open sights, no lasers
How will it work?
Each course of fire (COF) will require various starting and shooting positions and conditions. These will include using various supports (roof tops, berms, etc.), shooting positions (offhand, prone, kneeling) and negotiating obstacles.
Targets: 2/3-sized USPSA paper targets
Steel/reactive targets 3 MOA and larger
Scoring = Raw time + 10 seconds/miss + 3 seconds/Procedural error
COF 6 rd max, Limited Vickers/Virginia Count/Shots Limited scoring
Total round count = 60 rd
How much will it cost?
I’m in, how do I register?
We are capping to the first 20 this year.
To get in, email Craig Buckland, firstname.lastname@example.org