Shooters are required to compete using a semi-automatic, magazine fed rifle and handgun from any manufacturer in .22 Long Rifle caliber. The targets are steel plates that are set in a course of fire that is no less than 5 plates and no more than 7 plates that are no smaller than 8″ at distances no less than 7 yards nor more than 25 yards for pistol, 35 yards for rifle, offhand standing. The course of fire is designed to be completed by even the most inexperienced shooter using one 10-round magazine without the need to reload “on the clock.” Shooters should have 5 loaded magazines ready for each stage. Shooters shoot 5 strings at each stage with the slowest speed being dropped. Guns are cased until on the firing line. Scoring is done electronically and posted on Practiscore.
Matches are noticed on Practiscore and the public can and is encouraged to register in advance on Practiscore. Scores are electronically uploaded participants are notified accordingly. Practiscore allows the shooter to look at their results in a number of different ways for comparison to other shooters.
There are three matches: the weekly practice match consisting of 2 pistol and rifle stages, the monthly matches consisting of 3 pistol and rifle stages, and finally, an annual certified match usually consisting of 5 pistol and rifle stages. The weekly matches will be every Wednesday evening following Lake Country shooters. Those matches will be posted on Practiscore a day or so before with the results being posted immediately after the weekly match. Due to scheduling no0 annual match will be held in 2020.
As of right now all Rimfire Challenge matches will beheld at the pistol bays.
Please click on the link below for more information on the Rimfire Challenge Shooting Association
RCSA Activity – July 11, 2020
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