points and weighs not more than eight and one half (8 ½) pounds complete with sights standard safety features and accessories. An adjustable butt plate placed in the center position may be used and adjustable or custom butt plates shall not extend beyond the top or bottom of the stock and shall not exceed a maximum length of six (6) inches. Barrel weights must evenly surround the barrel and not hang below. Slings (Rule 3.13), palm rests (rule 3.4), scheuetzen type butt plates (Rule 3.15) and electric or adjustable fore-end bedding devices are not permitted. Any sights (3.7c) will be used as long as total weight of rifle and sights does no exceed eight and one-half (8 ½) pounds. An eye shield may be attached to the rear sight. The same rifle must be used throughout all stages of any one match except in the case of a disabled rifle (Rule 9.10) or malfunction (Rule 9.11) the competitor may change rifles with the permission of the chief Range Officer. Note: League sponsors are authorized to restrict competitors to the use of only one bolt action rifle if required by range regulations. Clothing: Padding is permitted on the shoulders and elbows of the shooting coat provided no padding extends below four (4) inches from the elbow joint. The coat may be to a maximum of hip-length with no straps or other provisions for tightening or constructed with any material intended to make the shoulders or other parts more rigid. Shoes shall be a matched pair and may not be designed or altered in any way so as to provide artificial support. Competitors may shoot with or without shoes. Scoring: After each target or set targets as range permits. Note: Shots per bull may be adjusted before hand depending on the level of competition. Any further information may be found in the Smallbore Rifle Rulebook under Sec 23, Provisional Light Rifle Rules.
NRA Action Pistol Shooting Range: 10, 15, 25, and 50 yds Course Of Fire: This course is divided into 4 stages; each stage has three strings and 12 shots per stage, 48 shots. • 10 yards – one shot each target within three seconds, two shots each target within four seconds and three shots each target within eights seconds, weak hand only. • 15 yards – one shot each target within four seconds, two shots each within five seconds and three shots each target within six seconds. • 25 yards – one shot each target within five seconds, two shots each target within six seconds and three shots each target within seven seconds. • 50 yards – one shot each target within seven seconds, two shots each target within ten seconds and three shots each target within fifteen seconds. Time Limit: As stated for each stage. Targets: Bianchi (NRA AP-1) Commands: NRA Action Pistol Shooting Rule 10.22 25