Southern Indiana Rifle & Pistol Club

Affiliated with
the National Rifle Association
KENTUCKY State Rifle and Pistol Association

 2018 NRA Registered Mid-Range Prone and F-Class Kentucky State Championship Matches

September 1, 2018

Range Capacity is 40 shooters. Email Match Director Cell Phone 502-759-0541.
Match Schedule:
Squadding begins at 8:00 AM Eastern Time, day of match.

Southern Indiana Rifle & Pistol Club outdoor range, 17906 State Road 60, Borden, Indiana 47106

Current NRA High Power Rifle and F-Class rules will apply. Competitors will be required to work pits and perform scoring duties. Use of the plug type scoring gauge will be restricted to the Pit Officer only. Management reserves the right to refuse any entry or cause the withdrawal of any competitor who endangers or interferes in any way with the harmony of the match. We also reserve the right to change the match program without notice if deemed advisable. Competitors and spectators assume all risk of accident and loss of property.

Entry Fees
Members $20, Non-members $25, Juniors $10
Open to all shooters

NRA Rules 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.2, 3.3, and Rule 3.4 for “F” Class. Rule 9.1 will not be enforced.

Any safe ammunition, NRA Rule 3.17 a & b, furnished by competitor.

A fee of $2.00 will be charged for any challenge, refundable if allowed.

Course of fire:
60-Shot Course with sighters

Match 1 – 500 Yards Slow Fire Prone – ANY/ANY and F- Class
Unlimited blow-off into target, 2 convertible sighters and 20 rounds for score in a time limit 22 min.
Match 2 – 500 Yards Slow Fire Prone – ANY/ANY and F- Class
2 convertible sighters with 20 Rounds for score in a time limit 22 min.
Match 3 – 500 Yards Slow Fire Prone – ANY/IRONS and F- Class
2 convertible sighters with 20 Rounds for score in a time limit 22 min.
Match 4 – Aggregate of Matches 1, 2, and 3

MR-65 (65FC F-Class) at 500 yds
NRA Classification system will be used. Classification Card, temporary score book, or an assigned classification is acceptable. If five or more unclassified shooters compete, they will be placed in a separate class, otherwise they will compete in the Master class. Unclassified shooters must be sponsored by a classified shooter or have completed an approved training clinic.

SIRPC will provide High Division Awards and Cash awards for Match Winners in each Match regardless of State of residence. KY State Champion will be awarded by KYSRPA and must be a resident of KY and a member of KYSRPA to be KY State Champion. If there are less than five shooters in a class they will be grouped with another class except for High Master/Master. If there are less than five High Master/Masters, they will compete for Match Winner only. A shooter may win only one award per match.

Match Director reserves the right to make changes to this program as necessary and at any time until firing begins.