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Notice to Club Secretaries: Please collect all entry fees and remit with list of entrants and team makeup. Please include NRA ID number, classification and zip code in address.

Vermont State Postal Rifle League The League will be open to any club which is in good standing with the Vermont Rifle and Pistol Association as of December X, 2XXX. Affiliation and payment of State Association dues is required, but does not constitute any part of payment of League fees. League entry fees will be $X.XX plus $X.XX for each shooter. Fees must be paid to the League Manager with entry before December X, 2XXX. Additional shooters may be added to the Team roster any time during the season by sending individual fees with the first score of the new shooter. No shooter’s score will be accepted without payment fees. Course of fire will be 10 shots in each of the four positions: prone, sitting, kneeling and standing at 50 ft. There is no limit to the number of shooters who may fire for a team; the high five (5) scores constitute the team score. A club may enter more than one team. Shooters will not be allowed to be “traded” from one team to another during the season. The A-17 target will be used. Each prone, sitting and kneeling will not exceed ten (10) minutes, (Standing (15) minutes), excluding target changes. The Secretary or Captain of each team will be responsible for reporting all scores to the League Manager. Match bulletins for teams will be sent to the Team Captains. Scores are to be sent to the League Manager postmarked no later than midnight of the Monday following the week in which the match is scheduled to be fired. Late scores, or no scores, will result in forfeiture of the match. Team Captains will keep the targets for 30 days following the match. The League Director will call for the targets of each club on a random basis at least once during the league schedule. Challenges or protests must be lodged within one week of receipt of the match bulletin. Each shooter in the League will receive a copy of the final bulletin. Decisions of the League Manager will be final. At the end of the League schedule, the top four teams will shoot-off to determine the League Champion. In place of the shoulder-to-shoulder match, the League Manager will send pre-marked (squadded) targets to each club in the shoot-off. Targets will be fired during the designated time period, to be returned unscored to the League Manager. Any .22 caliber rim fire may be used, with any safe trigger, and no restrictions on sights. Any safe .22 ammunition may be used. Awards will be presented to the top three teams as determined by the shoot-off. Postal scores and averages will determine individual awards. A required minimum of matches will be established when the schedule is finalized. No team or individual not firing the required minimum of matches will qualify for the shoot-off or for awards. All scores will be sent to NRA for classification purposes.


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