Smallbore Rifle

Is an 80 round smallbore match held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. 
Match fee is $5.00.
Signup starts at 8:00 and firing at 9:00.  The match usually takes about 2 hours.
Each match will be half of a traditional NRA 1600 Prone match. So the 80 round match will be fired in four stages of 20 rounds each.
  • The second Saturday will be two 50 yard stages and two 50 meter stages.
  • The fourth Saturday will be a Dewar match, which is a 50 yard stage and a 100 yard stage, and two 100 yard stages.

Each stage will be 25 minutes for prep time, sighters and 20 scoring shots.

This match is for .22 rimfire rifles. This is precision target shooting at 50 and 100 yards. All shots are slow fire, so most use bolt action rifles. Semi-auto rifles are allowed, but should be single loaded. No rapid fire. Empty chamber indicators are required.
NRA Smallbore rules will be followed and can be found at: NRA smallbore rules

There are three classes:

  1. Conventional Prone,
  2. F Class
  3. Bench

Conventional Prone is, like the name says, fired from the prone position, using a sling for support. Specialized target shooting coat, glove, sling are allowed, but not necessary. There is a class for scoped rifles and for iron (target type) sight rifles.

F Class is fired prone, using a bipod, front rest or bag for support. Scopes and iron sights are allowed but not scored separately, so most use scopes.

Bench class is fired sitting down with the rifle in a rest on a bench. Same scope rules as F class

If we need it, there will be a second relay that will shoot after the first relay is complete, usually about 11:00.

Contact Match Director
E-Mail: Smallbore Match Director