The team may use one or two rifles, any caliber, any sight, any position on the ground, prone or sitting. Bi-pods, backpacks, slings, ground clothes are permitted. Shooting tables, benches, F-Class bi-pods or bases, or lead sleds are NOT permitted. Ideally this is the same firearm and equipment used for a Coyote Hunt. The use of Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) is strongly encouraged.
Course of Fire: There are two stages of fire: one at 200 yards and one at 300 yards. This is a two-man team match fired at 200 and 300 yards using the NRA 600-yard reduced targets SR52 (200 yard) and SR63 (300 yard). Each team member fires a total of 20 shots for record, 10 shots at each yard line. There is a three-minute preparation period where teams move to assigned firing points and into position with unloaded firearms. After the preparation period there is a five-minute sight-in period. The team members may shoot sight-in shots at the steel targets. There is no limit on the number of sighters. After the sight-in period there is a 10-minute block time to fire ten shots each at their assigned target. Shooters may pair fire, or one shooter may fire all ten shots and then the other shooter may fire. Spotting and coaching for each other is permitted. After shooting at the 200 and 300 yard line the teams unload, flag there rifles and remove their equipment from the line. Two teams are present on the line at one time. One team shoots at the 200 yard target and the other team shoots at the 300 yard target.
The targets are scored using the Shot-Marker system. All rounds must be supersonic to scored. As an example a .17 HMR is not supersonic at 300 yards. To observe your hits and make corrections you can use a smart phone or tablet after logging onto the Shot-Marker WiFi.
Come alone and we’ll find a team-mate on the line. Cost is $10 per competitor/$20 per team.