Tucson Senior Olympics High Power


Shooting: High Powered Rifle Match
Friday, January 26, 2007
Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park
11296 S. Harrison Rd.
8 am match start time
An hour before start time
$19.00 for event
Entry Regulations
Men and women compete separately.
Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.
All participants must provide own ammunition and firearms. NOTE: There will be a limited number of loaner M1 rifles available and ammo to purchase at the range. Advanced request required for the rifles.


Protective ear and eyewear must be worn. Olympic medals will be awarded. To be eligible for medal you must complete all phases of competition.
All range and safety rules as published by Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There will be no exceptions.
There will be no separate awards for NRA Classification.
Two relays. First relay 70 & older. Second relay 50 / 69 years.
Relay one will fire complete course of fire and then relay two will shot. Sports Rules
National Rifle Association (NRA) rules apply.
Service Rifle only. Iron sight only. No scoped rifles.
All shooting done at 100 yards using reduced targets. Course of Fire
5 sighter shots prone slow fire followed by 20 slow fire prone in 25 minutes.
Rapid fire prone: 10 shots fired in 70 seconds. 1 reload after 2 rounds (semi-auto) or 5 rounds (bolt action)
Rapid fire sitting: 10 shots fired in 60 seconds. 1 reload after 2 or 5 rounds.
Standing slow fire: 10 minutes to fire 10 rounds.
Target: NRA standard 200 yard high Power rifle.
Total possible points = 500 Event Coordinator
Jeffrey Schneider (520) 791-4499 x 1156

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