Due to fog this match has been CANCELLED!!!
2016 North Dakota Mid-range Championship
Sponsored by Turtle Mountain Rifle and Pistol Club
Match Date: September 24, 2016
Location: David Disrud Memorial Range on David Disrud farm site. From Rolla, drive two miles west on Hwy 5, two miles north, and one half mile up to farm yard and range.
Entries: Preferably seven days or more prior to match. Match entries up to capacity of twenty.
Match fees: $25 for adults (20 for advanced entries); $15 ($10 for advanced entries for junior shooters. If you are planning to shoot the Annual Bruce Alexander match on Sunday, a package fee of $35.00 is available.
Rules: Current NRA High Power Rifle Rules will govern.
Targets: NRA 600 yard target and the F-class 600 yard target
Rifle: Any rifle (rule 3.2), NRA match rifle (rule 3.3), Palma (rule 3.3.3) or the service rifle. (rule 3.1,3.1.1, 3.1.2) There will also be a separate F-class mid-range championship available. Any rifle, any sight, any reasonable support such as sand bags, bipods, tripods, etc. Caliber limited top less than or equal to .33; rifle fired from the shoulder; no “rail guns”, no return to battery guns, etc. no muzzle brakes. For complete rules, log onto NRA’s web site.
Classification: The NRA classification system will be used. Unclassified competitors will fire in the master class. Scores from a temporary score record book to establish a classification is acceptable.
Course of Fire: Start time at 9:00 a.m.
Match 1: 600 yards prone with unlimited sighting shots and 20 shots for record; time limit will be 30 minutes. Any rifle with iron sights. NRA match rifle, service rifle or Palma rifle. “F” class is available.
Math 2: 600 yards prone with unlimited sighting shots and 20 shots for record with a time limit of 30 minutes. Any rifle with any sight, NRA match rifle, service rifle, or Palma rifle. “F” class available.
Match 3: 600 yards prone with unlimited sighting shots and 20 shots for record with a time limit of 30 minutes. Any rifle/any sights, NRA match rifle, service rifle, or Palma rifle. Also, “F” class is available.
Match 4: The North Dakota Mid-range Championship—an aggregate of matches 1,2, and 3.
Match 4 The North Dakota Mid-range Championship “F” class—an aggregate of matches 1,2, and 3 using an “F” class rifle.
Match 4: The North Dakota Mid-Range Championship FTR class—and aggregate of matches 1,2, and 3, using an FTR rifle, chambered in either .223 or .308.
Awards: Trophy for Aggregate winners and cash awards per match and class, depending on the number of competitors (Three competitors necessary to constitute a class) If there are insufficient numbers, the competitors will be combined with the next highest class.