Rifle: NRA Smallbore Rule 3.2 Targets: A-51 (50yds), A-50 (50 meters), A-36 (50 ft), NRA/USA 50 after January 1st, 2010 Scoring: Indoor – After each series of 10 shots or when targets are available. Outdoor – Generally after each target (20 shots) or position.
High Power Rifle Range: 100, 200, 300, 500, and 600 yards Course of Fire:
National Match Course (most popular): 10 shots slow fire standing, 200yds 10 shots rapid fire standing or sitting, 200yds 10 shots rapid fire standing to prone, 300yds 20 shots slow fire prone, 600yds
Other courses of fire, which are combinations of 10 shot strings or any of the stages of the National Match Course, may also be used. Any of the stages listed may be fired at distances as short as 100 yards when using the appropriate official NRA reduced targets. Time Limits: • 1 minute per shot slow fire • 60 seconds per 10 shot string; 100 and 200 yards rapid fire, sitting, or kneeling • 70 seconds per 10 shot string; 300 yards rapid fire prone (High Power Rule 8.2) Target: NRA High Power Rifle Rule 4.2 through 4.6 Rifle: NRA High Power Rifle Rules 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.4, 3.3, and 3.4 Scoring: In pits after each shot slow fire, after each 10 shot string rapid fire. After every 10 shots at butts when pits are not used.
BB Gun Range: 5 meters Courses Of Fire: 10 shots each position (Prone, Sitting, Kneeling, Standing). Any combination of positions, 10 shot strings. Time Limits: 1 minute per shot in each position. Targets: AR 4/1, AR 4/5, AR 4/10 BB Gun: NRA BB Gun Rule 3.1