Equipment Classes and Divisions.

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Equipment Classes and Divisions.

Currently there are 2 Divisions with 5 Special Recognition Classes. They are:

OPEN: Any .22 rimfire firearm (pistol or revolver in handgun class) with scopes, optical sights, light gathering scopes, battery powered optics, lasers, compensator or muzzle brake.
LIMITED: Any .22 rimfire gun with iron sights. Adjustable sights, fiber optics are allowed but no electronic sights.
Special Recognition Classes are competing for Trophies only. There must be five competitors in a special recognition class to award
Top Woman
Top Junior (under age 18)
Top Senior (over 62)
Cowboy/Cowgirl: Single action revolvers and period lever or pump action rifles with iron sights. All competitors in COWBOY/COWGIRLCLASS must wear a cowboy hat in competition. Manually Operated: Rifle must be manually operated…bolt action, lever action, slide or pump action and iron sights. Handgun would be double-action Revolver.

Does anyone plan on competing with a manually operated rifles and/or a pair of single action revolvers?

If there is enough people we could have 3 Divisions

Open (anything goes) Limited (Iron sights only) and Manual (Iron sights only Revolvers with manually operated rifle and Cowboy/girl hat)

 

 

Lynn Brazelton
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I've downloaded the rule book

I've downloaded the rule book and read it and it didn't seem to answer this question. Since we are going to be shooting rifles and pistols, must they both be the same? That is, if the pistol is semi-automatic, does the rifle have to also be semi-auto? How about a semi-auto pistol and a lever action rifle? Or are they setting the catagories up, one for pistol and one for rifle?

Lynn

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Yes

Yes

"If you plan to leave early, please arrive early to help set up. If you arrive late, please stay late to help take down. If you plan to arrive late and leave early, please do your shooting someplace else."

Lynn Brazelton
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I'm not sure at this point

I'm not sure at this point what I'll be using, probably the 10/22, but wanted an answer to the question so someone without a rifle could use my Henry. Which is pretty fast and accurate, by the way.

Lynn

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