NRA High Power Rifle Competition
SKSC NRA High Power Rifle is a shooting sport using fullbore target rifles.
National Rifle Association of America (NRA)
How A Match Is Run
The 50 shot national match course will be fired at 200 yards. (rule 7.14)
First stage – 10 shots standing slow fire, single load in 10 min. (SR target)
Second stage – 10 shots sitting rapid fire w/ reload 60 seconds. (SR target)
Third stage – 10 shots prone rapid fire w/ reload 70 seconds. (SR-42 target)
Fourth stage – 20 shots prone slow fire, single load 20 min. (MR-52 target)
Service Rifle – M1 (rule 3.1), M1A (rule 3.1.1), AR-15 (rule3.1.2)
Match Rifle – match rifle (rule3.3)
Semi-auto match rifle (rule 3.3.1)
Any sight match rifle / tactical rifle (rule 3.3.2)
Entry Fees: $10.00
Juniors age 15 to 18 shoot free if accompanied by an adult
9:00am to 9:45am. Shooting starts at 10:00am.
The start time may be delayed by 20 to 30 minutes until the sun clears the backstop and allows shooters to clearly see the targets.
Scheduled matches: NRA and CMP share the third Sunday of each month May – September.
Please see the club calendar for exact match dates.
Eye and Ear protection is required for everyone
For More Information
- Mark Walma – email@example.com 616-534-7729
- Jay Mayer – firstname.lastname@example.org
NRA Highpower Rules: www.nrahq.org/compete/nra-rule-books.asp