Yes another chance to shoot 600 yards!
Some of you have noticed that I have have two different dates listed for the next Mid-Range Prone match. The correct date is Saturday August 25, 2012. those of you with access to a time machine can go back to Aug 15 if you want to. Just make sure you make it back in time to shoot this Saturday.
Alaska Rifle Club
On 8/22/12 5:04 PM, Mark Friest wrote:
> I need someone to haul the trailer for this match. Please let me know
> if you are willing to bring the trailer.
> Greeting Members,
> There will be a Mid-Range match on Saturday, August 15 at the Ft.
> Richardson Pedneau Range. Sign up time will be 8AM to 8:30AM. This
> will be a 60 shot for record match with unlimited sighters. The match
> fee will be $20.00 for annual ARC members or $25.00 for one day
> members. Open chamber indicators will be required and will be
> available for $1 each.
> There will be 20 shots for record at 300, 500, and 600 yards all slow
> fire prone plus sighters. For the mid-range prone category you must
> shoot off a sling but you can use a scope or "Any Sights". F class &
> F-TR use bipods.
> The Black Powder Cartridge shooters are invited too. We set up the
> match so that Black Powder Target Rifle shooters' score will count for
> classification. All the disciplines have a mid-range format and this
> makes for a good multi-discipline match.
> Everyone is required to sign up in the parking lot adjacent to
> Pedneau. I have attached the Match Program. I have attached the
> Hold Harmless form that the Army is requiring everyone to sign.
> Please print one for yourself and bring it. You only have to sign it
> once for the year and the club keeps them.
> The Army has tightened the rules on bringing firearms onto the base.
> Because Pedneau is not on the main base, we do not have to worry about
> them. If you go through the main gate you must register all firearms.
> The Army range control has taken a firm stand on range rules. There
> will be no personal vehicles other than the emergency designated
> vehicle on the Range. So, either you have to carry your equipment or
> put it in the emergency vehicle.
> Hope to see you there!
> Mark Friest
> Alaska Rifle Club