Dates: April 28, May 11, June 9, August 31, 2013
2013 AlaskaRifle Club
Mid-RangeProne/F-Class Registered Tournaments
Location: PedneauRange, Ft. Richardson, AlaskaDirections: Traveling North from Anchorageexit the Glenn Highwayat Ft. Richardson, Turn right at topof ramp, turn left at gate onto frontage road, go two miles North and turnright at the Small Arms Range Complex, turn right at Y and follow the signs toPedneau Range (first range on left).
Contact:AlaskaRifle Club, PO Box 672197, Chugiak, AK 99567-2197
Jon Terhune 907-262-5875or Mark Friest 907-333-8199Or by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rules: Current NRA High Power rules will govern. Open BoltIndicator, Hearing and Eye Protection are required!Eligibility: Open to any ARC member. One-day memberships ($5.00) are available forout of town competitors.
Capacity: Maximum competitors: 60
Fees: Tournament Fee: $20. (Includes NRA fee of $5.50. Shooters under 18 are free)
Entries Due: 08:00 AM – 8:30 AM
Start Times: 09:00 AM
Squadding: Squadding assignment for individual matches will be issuedduring registration.
Classification The NRA Mid-Range Prone Classifications will apply. Unclassifiedcompetitors will compete in the Master Class. Assigned Classification (Rule 19.6), or Temporary Classification (Rule19.2), may be used.
Targets: 300 yard MR-63, 500 yard MR-65, 600 yard MR-1 target. Competitors will be required to pull targetsfor other competitors.
Rifles: NRA Match Rifle (Rule 3.3),Service Rifle (Rule 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1(d) or 3.1.2), Any Rifle/any sight (Rule3.2) or Palma Rifle (Rule 3.3.3).
MatchA: Twosighting shots and 20 shots for record in 22 minutes prone slow fire at 300yards MR-63 target.
Match B: Two sighting shots and 20 shots for record in 22 minutesprone slow fire at 500 yards MR-65 target.
Match C: Two sighting shots and 20 shots forrecord in 22 minutes prone slow fire at 600 yards MR-1 target.
Match D: Will consist of an aggregate of thethree matches above.Classes: NRA Mid-Range Prone Classifications will apply.Classifications in the aggregate match (D) will be the same as the firedmatches.
F-Class F-Class shooters will fire the same course as the HP Mid-Rangeshooters, only they will use the F-Class targets at each distance and will fireeither F-TR or F-Open with a Mid-Range classification against other F-Classshooters only, and Rule 22 - F-CLASS RIFLE RULESwill apply.
Awards: (Open Awards, Match D) Class and Category Awards:There must be 5 or more entries in a class for one award, 8 ormore for two awards; and 13 or more for three awards. If there are fewer than 5 High Mastersentered, they must fire for open awards only. The High Master Class may not be combined with the Master Class. If there are fewer than the required numberof entries in a class to provide awards, they will be combined with the sameclass in another category. If there arestill fewer than 5 entries after combining all categories of a class, therewill be no awards provided in thatclass, and all competitors in the lower class will be moved back to theirrespective category within the next higher class until there is a minimum of 5competitors in the combined class.