33rd ANNUAL BIS-MAN REGIONAL PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP
DATE: June 19, 2016
SPONSORED BY: Bismarck-Mandan Rifle and Pistol Association
LOCATION: Fried Family Shooting Complex.
3 ¾ miles west of Moffit, ND on Moffit Road to 262
then south 1 ½ miles. Note-when driving south on 262,
remember to observe the 40 mph speed limit by farm house.
RULES: Current NRA Pistol rules will govern
ELIGIBILITY: Open to any competitor. Teams will consist of 4 members
(Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, 2.14). No pickup teams
allowed. Tournament officials may not compete.
ENTRIES: Individual entries should be made by contacting:
Kevin C. Hertz
2931 N. Colorado Dr.
Bismarck, ND 58503
Telephone: (701) 223-4225
RANGE: 18 firing points. Slow fire will be at 50 yds on
B-6 targets. Time and Rapid fire will be at 25 yds with
turning targets on B-8 targets.
ENTRY FEES: Sponsor registration fee $3.00 per shooter
NRA registration fee 8.00 per shooter
Individual matches (12) 2.00 per fired match
Team matches (3) 8.00 per match per team
Post entries No additional charge
Package individual entry $35.00
(does not include team
matches or leg match)
SQUADDING: Registration and squading will be done before the
matches are fired.
CLASSIFICATION: Current NRA classification will be used. All
unclassified shooters will fire in the Master Class
CLASSES: Classes will not be combined. There must be a minimum
of six (6) competitors in a class for 2nd place,
thirteen (12) for 3rd place. No awards will be
provided below 3rd place.
CHALLENGES: $2.00 per target
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MATCH SCHEDULE: .22 Caliber Ind. - 9:00 A.M. approx.
Match #1 - 20 shots, slow fire, 50 yards
Match #2 - 30 shots National Match Course
Match #3 - 20 shots, timed fire, 25 yards
Match #4 - 20 shots, rapid fire, 25 yards
Match #5 - Regional .22 Championship
(aggregate of matches 1-4)
CF Caliber Ind. - 11:00 A.M. approx.
Match #7 - 20 shots, slow fire, 50 yards
Match #8 - 30 shots National Match Course
Match #9 - 20 shots, timed fire, 25 yards
Match #10 - 20 shots, rapid fire, 25 yards
Match #11 -Regional CF Championship
(aggregate of matches 7-10)
.45 Caliber Ind. - 1:00 P.M. approx.
Match #13 - 20 shots, slow fire, 50 yards
Match #14 – 30 shots National Match Course
Match #15 - 20 shots, timed fire, 25 yards
Match #16 - 20 shots, rapid fire, 25 yards
Match #17 - Regional .45 Championship
(aggregate of matches 13-16)
Match #19 - Regional Championship
(aggregate of matches 5, 11, 17)
Team Matches: 4 person teams
Match #6 - .22 team championship (unfired)
scores from match #2 NMC
Match #12 - CF team championship (unfired)
scores from match #8 NMC
Match #18 - .45 team championship (unfired)
scores from match #14 NMC
LEG Match: NBPRP EIC Service Pistol Match
Fired after the .45 match 2:30 P.M. approx.
Course of fire - National Match Course
Ammunition - Ball Ammo
Weapon - .45 ACP, 9MM, plus other calibers/firearms
are now allowed.
See the CMP rulebook #20 2016 section 6.2……
Entry Fee - $10.00 in cash
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AWARDS: Match #19 - Regional Championship
Winner - Gold Medallion
2nd Place - Silver Medallion
3rd Place - Bronze Medallion
1st in Class - 5 NRA award points
2nd in Class - 4 NRA award points
3rd in Class - 3 NRA award points
Matches # 5, 11, 17 - Sub-aggregates
Winner - 4 NRA award points
1st in Class - 3 NRA award points
2nd in Class - 2 NRA award points
3rd in Class - 1 NRA award point
Individual Fired Matches
Winner - 3 NRA award points
1st in Class - 2 NRA award points
2nd in Class - 1 NRA award point
3rd in Class - 1 NRA award point
Matches # 6, 12, 18 - Team matches
Winner - 16 NRA award points per match per team
2nd Place - 8 NRA award points per match per team
3rd Place - 4 NRA award points par match per team
Match results posted at the range are added by hand and may not reflect
accurate scores due to addition errors. After the match all scores
posted on the score cards are entered into a computer and
added up again to produce the final match results.
All shooters are expected to bring staple guns and staples.
Competitors will score and repair targets. Use of plug scoring
device is restricted to the range officer.
The outdoor range features a 1,000 yard High Power rifle range with 34 firing points, rifle and handgun silhouette ranges, cowboy action area, an 18 point bullseye pistol range, 11 concrete benchrests with target backboards at 25, 50, 100, 200 and 300 yards, indoor storage, picnic shelter, outdoor restroom and a clubhouse/classroom facility.
Construction was made possible through grants from various groups that support shooting sports in our area and the hard work of our volunteer club laborers. We express our sincere thanks to these groups and invite them to visit the range and see what they have helped to build.