Navy Rifle & 600 yard Matches
Navy match is an offhand match consisting of 2- 20 round shots with 2 sighters fired from the 200-yard line. The match is shot in two relays, starts at 9:00 AM and finishes by noon. 600 yard match is shot in two relays shooting 20 rounds each at 600 yards and starts about Noon.
Match fees for Navy: $5:00
Match fee for 600: $3.00
500 Yard / 600 Yard Certification is not required to shoot matches. For practice, Members must be qualified to shoot from the 500 yard or 600 yard firing point by successfully completing the certification class.
500 / 600 yard Certification
This certification is ONLY required to use the 500 / 600 yd line for unsupervised practice and is ONLY available to MRPC Members. This certification is NOT required to participate in matches at MRPC that use the 500 / 600 yd line. Click here to learn more about the 500/600 Yard Certification process.
If the student uses a rest they will only be certified to shoot 600 yds with a rest. If the student doesn’t qualify they may attend the next class and try again. No advanced registration required. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
First you will establish a good 300 yd zero and then have to adjust your sights and hit the target at 600 yds in 2 shots and then keep 10 shots in the scoring rings.
Navy Rifle & 600 Yard Match Scores
- November 2019 Navy600 Scores
- October Navy-600 Scores
- September Navy-600 Scores
- August Navy-600 Scores
- May 2019 Navy-600 Scores
- 600 Yard Scores 3/17/2019
- March 2019 Navy Scores
- February 17, 2019 600 Yard Scores
- December 2018 Navy Scores
- November Navy/600 Scores
- October 2018 Navy/600 Scores
- September Navy Scores
- August 2018 Navy/600 Scores
- Training Example – Score to Navy 600