Course of Fire: 50 rounds, similar to NRA High Power, but all at 100 yards with NRA reduced/simulated-distance targets*. All firing is from prone position. Bench shooters allowed, but not eligible for ranking. 1. Slow Fire - Two sighters in two minutes; 10 rounds in 10 minutes; target = SR-1C 6.5- inch aiming black, 3.35-inch 10-ring. • Range cold, record score, and paste-over previous target holes 2. Rapid Fire - Two sighters in two minutes; 10 rounds in 70 seconds; target = SR-1C 6.5-inch aiming black, 3.35-inch 10-ring. • Range cold, record score, and place new target 3. Rapid Fire - Two sighters in two minutes; and 10 rounds in 70 seconds; target = SR- 21C 6.25-inch aiming black, 2.12-inch 10-ring. • Record score, and place new target 4. Slow Fire - Two sighters in two minutes; and 20 rounds in 20 minutes; target = MR- 31C 5.75-inch aiming black, 1.75-inch 10-ring.
Equipment: Required: Eye and ear protection. Optional: sling, shooting jacket, timer, prone mat, spotting scope, elbow pads, stripper clips, etc.
Ammunition: Target, competition, and hunting loads are allowed. Military issue or military specification ammunition may be used. Armor Piercing (AP), M855/SS109 Green Tip, or Tracer ammunition is prohibited.
Front Rest: Allowed for all rifles, but "Field Style" only; for example, sandbag on ammo can or lumber. Option to shoot slinged-up. No rest or bipod restrictions on bench shooters.
Bipods: For Iron Sights/Sniper – allowed only if original design/issue. No bipod restrictions in Match category (see above) or for bench shooters.
Prizes: 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place in each of the three categories.