START TIME 9:00am @ 300 YARD RANGE
4th SATURDAY OF FEBRUARY, MAY, JULY
2nd Saturday of October
(25 February, 27 May, 22 July, and 14 October 2017)
TIME SLOTS ARE: 0900, 1015, 1130, 1245, and 1400.
Competitors should contact the match director to reserve a shooting spot during the competition. You will be assigned a time slot via email or return phone call. Time slots are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Competitors may register the day of the match and shoot on a space available basis.
We will run competitors in 5 relays. Each relay will take approximately one hour and 15 minutes. Competitors should arrive at least 20 minutes prior to their start time to sign in, set up and begin on time.
Competitors will supply their own ammunition (hand loads or commercial).
NO TRACER, ARMOR PIERCING OR STEEL CORE AMMUNITION.
Competitors may shoot F-Target Rifle (limited to .308 or .223 calibers using front bipod and/or sling and rear bag), F Open Rifle (limited to 35 caliber and below with any front rest that doesn’t allow a mechanical return to zero capability and rear bag) and/or F-UNlimited (for muzzle brakes, suppressors, and calibers not allowed in traditional F-Class).
The F-TR is a separate match from the F-Open as different rules and restrictions on equipment apply. F-UN is not an official category according to NRA rules…entries into this category will include those rifles and accessories that are not within standard F-TR and F-Open rules and subject to the match director’s decision.
Competitive categories will be:
- highest aggregate F-TR score,
- highest aggregate F-Open score,
- highest aggregate F-UN score,
- highest overall aggregate score between F-TR, F-Open, and F-UN
RULES & SAFETY
All CAGC Rules apply; eye and hearing protection required, empty chamber indicators (ECIs) required. ECIs will be available for $1 each.
Match director or designated representative(s) will score targets; competitors will assist in *pulling targets* and putting up new targets, etc.
For more safety information click on the Safety Rules button at the top of the page.
COURSE OF FIRE
- 300 yards for the entire competition, slow fire from the prone position.
- 40 minutes -- Unlimited Sighters & 40 rounds on 4 paper targets (10 per target) for score
- Maximum score from these four targets (40 total rounds) will be 400.
- Hits in the X ring of the target are used for tie breakers.
- Sighters will be on a 12 inch Shoot-n-C or similar splatter-type target
$10 per competitor per match; $20 to shoot in both F-TR and F-Open. Competitors may shoot in F-TR, F-Open, and F-UN for a total cost of $25, number of slots permitting; however, competitors may be restricted to shoot in only two categories in order to allow other competitors to participate. Bring food; bottled water will be provided by the CAGC. Temperatures can vary widely. Be prepared for any weather. The range has restroom facilities and running water.