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Table of Contents Letter from the NRA National Matches Coordinator… …………………………………………… 4 Acknowledgements… ……………………………………………………………………………… 5 2011 National Match Staff List… …………………………………………………………………… 6 2011 Advertisers Index… …………………………………………………………………………… 6 NRA Volunteer Service Awards… ………………………………………………………………… 7 2011 Schedule of Events……………………………………………………………………………… 8 Camp Perry Map… ………………………………………………………………………………… 9 General Information… ……………………………………………………………………………… 11 2011 National Matches Calendar… ………………………………………………………………… 17 NRA National Pistol Championships… …………………………………………………………… 21 NRA National Pistol Winners… …………………………………………………………………… 34 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships: 3-P… …………………………………………… 37 NRA National Smallbore 3-P Winners……………………………………………………………… 43 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships: Prone… ………………………………………… 47 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships Prone Winners…………………………………… 57 NRA National High Power Rifle Championships… ……………………………………………… 61 NRA Springfield M1A Match Information… ……………………………………………………… 74

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2011 Acknowledgements The National Rifle Association gratefully acknowledges the following individuals, businesses, and organizations for their contributions in support of the 2011 NRA National Matches. ahg Anschutz

Eric & Monica Schaffer

Ohio National Guard

Alpen Optics

Finest Moments Photography

Otis Technology, Inc.

American Made Pen

Fred & Patricia Edgecomb

Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce

ArmaLite, Inc.

G&G Outfitters

Precision Delta Corporation

Bassett’s Market

Good Night Inn, Inc

Remington Arms Company, Inc

Benchmade Knife Company

Hornady

Rock River Arms

Berger Bullets

International Training Concepts, Inc

Satern Custom Machining, Inc

Brenzovich Firearms & Training

J. Dewey Manufacturing, Co.

Sierra Bullets

Buck Knives, Inc

Junior Sports Magazines Inc

Sinclair International

Bushmaster Firearms

KA-BAR Knives

Smith & Wesson

Carbo Forge, Inc.

Kevin Jeffries

Carl Walther GmbH

KOWA Optimed

Caspian Arms

Krieger Barrels, Inc

Center Shot Sports

Lake Erie Shores and Islands

Universal Coin & Bullion

Champion’s Choice

LAPUA

Ventco/Shooters Choice

Cheaper Than Dirt

Larry’s Guns, Inc

Warne Scope Mounts

Chiappa Firearms

LensPen (Parkside Optical)

White Oak Arms

Chuck Delano

LEUPOLD

Wiley X Eyewear

Civilian Marksmanship Program

Mary Goss

WOLF Performance Ammunition

Colt’s Manufacturing Company

MidwayUSA

Zanders Sporting Goods

Creedmoor Sports

Montana Gold Bullet

Zero Bullet Company

David Clark Company, Inc

Montana Silversmiths

ELEY Ammunition

Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce

SOR N O P S Springfield Armory

The Midwest E-Store

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2011 National Match Staff List All NRA General Match Operations National Matches Coordinator - Mike Krei Deputy Matches Coordinator - Tom Hughes Range Engineer – Joseph M. Decosta Statistical Director - Dot Priesman Finance Officer - Julia Schwert

NRA Pistol Staff & Volunteers Match Director - Tom Hughes Deputy Match Director - Larry Mead Range Director - Jim Hartsock Chief Referee - Kenn Boyd Data Processing Coordinator - Joe Galanick / Bala Palaniswamy Volunteer Coordinator – Woody Arenas

NRA Smallbore Staff & Volunteers Match Director – H.Q. Moody Deputy Match Director - Arnie Vitarbo Range Director – Julien Beale Chief Referee – Doug Schellenberger Data Processing Coordinator - Joe Galanick / Bala Palaniswamy Volunteer Coordinator – Tori Croft

NRA Highpower Staff & Volunteers Match Director – Jan Raab Deputy Match Director – Sherri Judd Range Director – John Hartsock Chief Referee – Ric Russell Data Processing Coordinator - Joe Galanick / Bala Palaniswamy Volunteer Coordinator – Shelly Kramer

2010 2011 Advertisers Index American Made Pen… ……………………………… 46 ArmaLite…………………………………………… 82 Bushmaster Firearms … …………………………… 76 Champion’s Choice…………………………………… 36 Cheaper Than Dirt!… ……………………………… 76 Colt’s Manufacturing Company……………………… 66 Creedmoor Sports …………………………………… 82 ELEY Ammunition … ……………………………… 44 Friends of NRA… …………………………………… 45 Junior Shooters Magazine… ………………………… 58 KOWA………………………………………………… 25 Krieger Barrels … ………………… Inside Back Cover LAPUA… …………………………………………… 66 LensPen (Parkside Optical)… ……………………… 76 MidwayUSA … …………………………… Back Cover National Firearms Museum… ……………………… 26 NRA Store: Sales & Memorabilia… ………………… 94 OTIS Technology… ………………………………… 80 Rock River Arms … ……………… Inside Front Cover Shooter’s Choice……………………………………… 45 Sierra Bullets ………………………………………… 60 Sinclair International ………………………………… 19 Springfield Armory… ……………………………… 75 Universal Coin & Bullion… ………………………… 20 Walther … …………………………………………… 36 White Oak Arms … ………………………………… 59 Zero Bullet Company………………………………… 35

NRA Highpower Long Range Staff & Volunteers Match Director – Jan Raab Deputy Match Director – Sherri Judd Range Director - John Hartsock Chief Referee – Ric Russell Data Processing Coordinator - Joe Galanick / Bala Palaniswamy Volunteer Coordinator – Woody Arenas

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2011 Schedule of Events First Shot Ceremony… ……………………………………………………………………… July 11 NRA National Junior Pistol Camp… ………………………………………………… July 12 - 16 NRA Pistol Coach School… …………………………………………………………… July 13 -15 NRA National Pistol Championships… ……………………………………………… July 12 - 16 NRA National Pistol Awards Ceremony… ………………………………………………… July 16 NRA Range Safety Officer Training Course…………………………………………… July 18 & 29 NRA Smallbore/Air Rifle Coach School… ………………………………………………July 20-25 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Position Championships……………………………… July 21 - 23 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Position Award Ceremony………………………………… July 23 NRA Junior Smallbore Rifle Camp… ………………………………………………… July 23 - 28 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Prone Awards Ceremony… ……………………………… July 28 NRA Springfield M1A Match… ………………………………………………………… August 7 NRA 2nd Amendment Team Match……………………………………………………… August 7 NRA High Power Whistler Boy Match…………………………………………………… August 7 NRA Springfield M1A and Team Awards Ceremony… ………………………………… August 7 NRA National High Power Rifle Championships… ……………………………… August 8 - 12 NRA National High Power Rifle Awards Ceremony… ……………………………… August 12 NRA National High Power Long Range Championships… ……………………… August 13 - 16 NRA National High Power Long Range Awards Ceremony… ……………………… August 16 NRA Palma Matches… ………………………………………………………………… August 17

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RANGE SAFETY OFFICER TRAINING Conducted During the

2011 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Camp Perry, Ohio

Date: July 18, and 29, 2011 (Both Courses Subject to Participation) Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Location: NRA Headquarters, Bldg. 5, Classroom Maximum class size: 20 students Cost: $100.00 includes (RSO patch, handbook, and processing fee for your NRA RSO Credentials) Class subjects are: • Role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating • Procedures • Range Inspection and Range Rules • Range Safety Briefing • Emergency Procedures • Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions Age restriction: All students must be 21 years of age or older.

To sign-up: call (800) 672-3888, option 6, extension 1391, then # or dial direct (703) 267-1391 A $100.00 deposit is required to reserve a classroom seat. A $90.00 refund will be available if notification of cancellation is made at least five working days prior to the start of the class.

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National Rifle Association Attn: Training Dept. (RSO Perry) 11250 Waples Mill Road Fairfax, VA 22030


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Important Notice:

1. Entries will be accepted only to range capacity. 2. The receipt, only, of an entry will be acknowledged by postcard or email. Make Checks or Government Purchase Orders Payable to: National Rifle Association

Entry Instructions

1. Online entries: www.nmentry.com 2. Mailed entries: Must be made on the appropriate entry card for any of the NRA National Championship activities. Full entry fees, except those for organizations that have prior arrangements with the Statistical Director, must accompany entry cards. All entries are received on a first-come, first-served basis. Fill out the entry card or cards as indicated. 3. DO print or type all information. 4. DO use your name and address exactly as shown on your NRA Classification Card. 5. DO indicate your NRA ID number (if applicable) in the space provided. 6. DO indicate each event you want to enter. 7. DO circle your Regular Awards Category as well as any Special Awards Categories for which you are eligible. 8. DO indicate your telephone numbers and area code so that we may call you if necessary. 9. DO indicate your rank (SGT, CPT, etc.) and not your Pay Grade (service personnel only). Police are also required to give rank and name of department. 10. DON’T use a temporary address on your entry card. ROTC entries showing a military address will not be accepted. 11. DON’T alter an entry card in any way. 12. DON’T send housing fees to Camp Perry. All housing fees will be collected at the Camp Perry Clubhouse, Building 600. 13. After completing the entry card, be sure to double check it, and sign it.

Mailing Address:

NRA Matches, P.O. Box 700, Port Clinton, OH 43452

Telephones:

Key office telephone numbers are listed below. Numbers can be reached on or after dates shown. No collect calls accepted. Emergency Contact: July 5, (419) 301-4009 NRA Statistical Office: June 10, (419) 301-4161 (Leave message) NRA Volunteer Office: July 8, (419) 301-4160 Lodging Office: (614) 336-6214 or (888) 889-7010 Entry Office: June 30, (419) 301-4164 CMP Competitions: (419) 635-2141, x1132 CMP In-processing: July 8, (419) 635-2141x1121 SAFS: (419) 635-2141 x 1119

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All competitors are responsible to be knowledgeable of all rules, regulations and contents of this program (NRA Rule 18.15). Everyone involved in these National Matches must understand that in accordance with NRA Rule 11.1, the NRA Match and Range Directors have complete authority to make any last minute changes they deem necessary in order to ensure that the competitions are run smoothly and safely. This may include changes in relay and squadding schedules and cancellations of firing altogether. Any such changes will be relayed to the competitors via announcements and/or Match Director Bulletins.

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All individuals must personally complete their own entry cards (Rule 18.5). Errors due to illegibility or improper filling out of forms are solely the competitor’s responsibility. The Statistical Office is not required to accept corrections after entry closing time.

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Preliminary Awards Bulletins will be posted in Building 950. The Official Bulletin will be published on line.

Awards Office Location:

The NRA Awards Office is located in Building 950.

Awards Office Procedures:

Upon receipt of the Awards Bulletins, the Awards Office will post the number of the match(s) on the Bulletin Board in the Awards Office. Competitors and Team Captains should pick up their awards as they become available. Only Award Points, Visa Gift Cards and checks will be mailed to winners. Merchandise WILL NOT be mailed; they MUST be picked up from the Awards Office before departing Camp Perry.

Competitor Packets

NOTE: All competitors must have gone thru In-processing before receiving their competitor packet. Proof of in-processing will be required before packet is issued. 1. A packet containing the necessary identification cards, squadding tickets, and score cards where applicable, rule book, and other information will be prepared for registered competitors. Those listed, as non-firing participants of the National Matches will be issued a packet upon request. 2. A 2011 year tab will be included in all NRA packets. Any competitor who is a first time competitor and wishes to have a National Matches brassard should request one when the competitor packet is picked up. Additional brassards may be purchased at $10.00 each. 3. Competitor packets will be available for pickup at the NRA Entry Office, Building 950, beginning at the time and date stated in number 4. below: (No packets will be distributed before the time and date specified). Each packet must be picked up by the person named on it; except for teams that have made prior arrangements with the Entry Office. Proof of in-processing for each team member must be provided before packets will be issued.

4. Packet Pick-up Dates:

NRA Pistol: 9 a.m., Monday, July 11 NRA 3-P Smallbore: 9 a.m., Wednesday, July 20 NRA Prone Smallbore: 9 a.m., Saturday, July 23 NRA High Power: 9 a.m., Saturday, August 6 NRA Long Range: 9 a.m., Friday, August 12 Adult Sponsors, Junior Entries: All Juniors (Sub-junior and Intermediate junior competitors) 17 years and under must be accompanied by an adult sponsor. An adult sponsor is defined as a person 21 years of age or older. The adult sponsor is responsible for the behavior and welfare of those individuals sponsored and must be housed with the sponsored juniors if

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Camp Perry lodging is used. No housing will be made available to individuals younger than 18 years of age.

Changes:

If you have any changes to make in your entry, DO NOT WAIT until you arrive at Camp Perry. Phone the NRA Statistical Director at Camp Perry immediately after July 4. The Statistical Office number at Camp Perry is 419-301-4161. Collect calls can not be accepted.

In-processing: All National Matches participants (including support personnel) will inprocess as follows:

Stop 1: Arcade (Building 3)

Cancellations and Refunds:

Cancellation of NRA matches will require a written notice that is to be directed to the NRA Stat Office. Telephone cancellations can start the process, but MUST be followed by a confirming letter or email, verifying the cancellation. NOTE: Refunds will not be made until a written cancellation request is received. No refunds will be made for those individuals who do not show up at Camp Perry and make no attempt to contact the Statistical Office. 1. By Mail - Mail cancellation letters to: Statistical Director, P.O. Box 700, Port Clinton, OH 43452. 2. By E-mail - Send cancellation requests via email to: nrachamps@cros. net 3. Cancellation Fee - A cancellation fee of 10% (not to exceed $25) is assessed against any cancellation. 4. Cancellation Deadlines - If a cancellation is received at Camp Perry prior to the closing date of the entered phase, a total refund of fees minus the 10% cancellation fee will be made. If we do not receive a written request for a refund prior to November 11, 2011, no refund will be granted. Special NOTE: CMP and NRA matches are separate entries. Requests for cancellation of CMP matches must be directed to the CMP office. In the case of those individuals firing both matches, separate requests will have to be made to both the NRA and CMP. Match Cancellation by Match Director: If the Match Director cancels any match(s), entry fees will not be refunded. Entry fees for canceled team matches will be refunded to Team Captains only, by mail, after the National Matches are completed. In the event that a match is canceled, the Match Director may reschedule that match. It is the competitors responsibility to bring ample ammunition should this happen.

Authorized Assistance:

Individuals who have a physical disability, which precludes them from conforming to the time schedule for changing targets, may have someone assist them in moving equipment to and from the firing line. In Team Matches, Captains and/or Coaches are permitted to assist in changing targets and moving equipment to and from the firing line. In NRA Championships, no one other than a competitor, someone assisting a physically disabled competitor, or a Team Captain or Coach, may go forward of the ready line during Team Matches.

Smoking:

There will be no smoking allowed forward of the ready line.

Hearing Impaired Competitors:

It is the responsibility of competitors who are hearing impaired to inform the Range Officer each time they go to the firing line.

Post Locator/Emergency Contacts:

The Post Locator/Emergency Contacts will be located at the in-processing center in Building #3. The Post Locator/Emergency Contacts will provide 24-hour information service.

Arcade Telephone Number: (419) 635-2141 X1106. Post Locator/Emergency Forms:

Will be completed at IN-PROCESSING by all individuals attending the National Matches.

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• Sign eligibility affidavit and liability agreement (or confirm previous affidavit) • Turn in copy of Parental Release Form (juniors 17 years and younger only) • Register critical medical information • Register vehicles • Complete Post Locator Card

Stop 2: Clubhouse (Building 600)

• Receive housing assignment and keys

Stop 3: Entry Office (Building 950)

• Pick up NRA entry packet on listed date and time

Vehicle Parking and Enforcement Range Parking

Except for Emergency, NRA and CMP maintenance vehicles, parking or operation of all military and civilian vehicles (including golf carts) on the ranges will not be allowed except for vehicles displaying a current “Range Vehicle Pass” which may be obtained from the NRA Match Director. Range Vehicle Passes are not transferrable and must be returned to the NRA Match Director. Parking in Other Areas: Parking restrictions in the Competitor Housing area, Statistical Office area, Commercial Row, Competitor Dining Facility and other portions of the Camp Perry Reservation will be as directed by the Garrison Commander.

Law Enforcement:

Enforcement and traffic direction will be performed by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ottawa County Sheriff ’s Office, and by the Military Police. NRA Headquarters - National Match Administration - Located in Building 5 (behind Building 1, Camp Perry Headquarters). Offices of: Match Director, Assistant Match Director, Range Director, Assistant Range Director, National Match Press Operations, NRA Administrative Officer and NRA Match Coordinator. CMP Headquarters In-processing and Office of the Director of Civilian Marksmanship - Located in Building 3 (Arcade)

Weather Conditions:

Weather at Camp Perry is quite variable. Clothing for hot, cool, and wet conditions should be brought.

Pets:

By direction of the Adjutant General of the State of Ohio, pets are permitted only in the RV Park.

Lost and Found:

The lost and found is located at Building 5, NRA Headquarters. It is strongly suggested that all personal items be permanently marked so easy identification can be made if lost. At the end of the National Matches, the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) will hold all lost and unclaimed items.

CMP Contact Information:

Camp Perry Training Site, Bldg. 3, P.O. Box 576, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452. The telephone number is (419) 635-2141 x1132.


Curfew Policy:

During the period of the National Matches a curfew is imposed during the hours of 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. for all minors 17 years of age or younger. Exceptions to the Curfew Policy are: (1) Use of latrine facilities in housing area. (2) Attendance at scheduled events sanctioned by designated sponsors, which extend into the curfew hours, provided that the NRA or CMP has granted prior approval. Parents, guardians, or sponsors of minors at Camp Perry will be requested to assist in the enforcement of and compliance with this curfew policy and procedures. Military Police will render a written report of violators to the Deputy Garrison Commander prior to 9 a.m. each day.

Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES):

Non-military personnel will be allowed to purchase only health and comfort items from the Post Exchange. (1) AAFES representatives will be located in Building 3 (Post Exchange). (2) All personnel purchasing alcoholic beverages and/or tobacco products in the PX and Snack Bar will be required to show proper identification in order to comply with state age laws.

Commercial Row Vendor Operation:

Companies represented on Commercial Row are under contract with the Ohio National Guard.

Hours of Operation Laundry: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week

Post Exchange:

10 a.m. - 8 p.m., 7 days/week

Snack Bar:

11 a.m. - 8 p.m., 7 days/week

NRA Store - Opens July 11, Closes August 16:

10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Everyday; 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Range Change Days

Tailgating Operations Policy:

The sale or solicitation to sell merchandise on state-owned property, such as the practice of tailgating, will not be permitted. Persons apprehended for tailgating will be removed from Camp Perry. Competitors are requested to refrain from patronizing unauthorized vendors on Camp Perry and to report all violators to the Garrison Commander.

Competitor Swap Meets:

NOTE: Absolutely no firearms will be swapped, bought or sold during these events. Anyone caught transferring any product that by law requires an FFL license, including private transfers, will be removed from the base and banned from future competitions. (Absolutely NO buying, selling or trading firearms.) Competitor Swap Meets will be held in the Beach Area adjacent to the cottages from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM on the following dates;

Pistol Phase - Thursday, July 14, 2011. Smallbore Phase - Wednesday, July 27, 2011 High Power Phase - Thursday, August 11, 2011 State Team Flag Storage:

Individuals representing state teams and who bring their state flags may store their flags, between phases only, in the NRA Match Headquarters (Building 5).

Help Your Sport - Wear Proper Attire: In keeping with the tradition established by NRA in shooting events, and recognizing the publicity attracted by the National Championships, it is important to promote an acceptable image for competitive shooting. Attire worn during all phases of the Championships should be in good taste and appropriate to such a prestigious sporting event. Articles of clothing with controversial or offensive slogans or illustrations are prohibited. The Match Director is empowered to take whatever action is necessary to maintain acceptable clothing standards.

Lodging General:

Camp Perry Clubhouse lodging consists of cottages, motels, modules, huts, and barracks. Clubhouse lodging is controlled by the Camp Perry Clubhouse, not by the NRA or the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP). Entry fees DO NOT include lodging costs. Lodging facilities are available for competitors, team officials, sponsors, and accompanying family members. Requests for lodging in specific locations, or with designated individuals, are not guaranteed.

Clubhouse Lodging Procedures:

If you have questions, please call the main number (614) 336-6214. For reservations, please call (888) 889-7010. Team and Special Needs Reservation Requests were processed in March 2011. Individual Competitor Reservation Procedures are as follows: (1) Reservations will only be accepted by telephone, beginning on April 24, 2011, and are assigned on a first come, first serve basis. (2) You may telephone the Clubhouse Rental Office at (888) 889-7010 or (614) 336-6214 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. EDST, Tuesday through Friday. (3) No written requests will be accepted for the National Match 2011 lodging, except team and special needs mentioned above. When calling to book your lodging • Know your arrival and departure dates. • Know the names and addresses of your roommates, if any. • Credit Card (MC, VISA, or American Express), a non-refundable deposit will be required when making your reservation. The deposit fee will be processed and charged to your credit card at the time of your call. (Deposit payment is equal to the first night’s rent on each rental unit reserved, and is a non-refundable payment.) • You will be given a confirmation number at the time of your call. Please keep this number somewhere safe; you will need to have this number to make changes to your reservation and at check-in. • Check-in time for all reservations is from 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. on your arrival date. Reservations, which are not picked up by 10 p.m. on the arrival date, will be considered cancelled, unless arrangements have been made with the Clubhouse Rental Office prior to the 10 p.m. cut off. • Check-out must be accomplished no later than 10 a.m. on your departure day. Additional charges will be incurred for late checkouts. No refunds for early departures will be granted. Final changes to reservations (departure date, number of beds/rooms, etc.) must be made at check-in. • Requester must be 18 years of age or older to request reservations. Proof of age may be requested upon check-in.

Lodging Fees:

Huts: $40 per day; Modules: $72 per night, per room; RV sites $36 per day; tent camp: $18 per day. For cottage and motel rates, contact the Clubhouse Office. No fees for housing are to be sent with the entry fees. Housing fees will be paid at the time of check-in. A service fee of $25 will be charged for checks that are returned, regardless of reason.

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Bedding:

Bedding for use in cottages, motels, and modules will be provided. Individuals staying in huts or barracks will be required to bring their own bed and bath linens.

What to Bring:

Community bathrooms and showers are located in the competitor lodging area and in barracks. It is advisable that participants bring some personal items to Camp Perry, which should include shower shoes, robes, a small throw rug, small electric fan, extra coat hangers, alarm clock, soap, towels, and wash cloths.

Use of Electrical and Other Appliances:

Cooking in huts, modules, or barracks is absolutely forbidden. Due to upgrades in electrical service to huts, use of small air conditioners and other electrical appliances, fans, razors, clocks, reading lights, radios and televisions will be permitted.

Lodging Reassignment:

NO reassignment of lodging is to be done without the prior knowledge of the Clubhouse or Rental Office.

Security of Property:

Occupants bear total responsibility/liability in the event of loss of property through fire, theft, and damage or for any other reasons while at Camp Perry. Vandalism will not be tolerated and anyone caught in such an act will be turned over to the Ohio law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.

Huts:

Camp Perry is an Ohio National Guard Camp. The competitor huts were originally built to accommodate WWII Prisoners of War, have concrete floors and are approximately 14x14 in size. The buildings are furnished with one center light, open clothing racks, army cots and mattresses, and can accommodate four persons. All hut customers will be required to sign a liability release form. Huts are livable, but austere.

Modular Housing:

Each building consists of eight 12x12 rooms. Each room accommodates two individuals, is furnished with 2 beds, bathroom, mattresses, closets, desk/chair, night table, lamp, and is air-conditioned.

Barracks Lodging:

Each barracks room consists of 25 beds. Each bed is assigned a wall locker; guests must provide their own lock to secure belongings. Barracks are rented by the bed. Female quarters are limited due to community latrine facilities.

Food Service/Meals:

Food service will be available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at OHNG mess hall and private vendors.

Other Events NRA College Night:

An informational briefing hosted by the NRA College & School Programs Department. The audience is comprised of junior high and high school students as well as college students, coaches, and family members. Questions regarding scores, grades, scholarships, and recruiting will be answered. The dates, location and time for these briefings are as follows: Smallbore 3-Pos: Thursday, July 21, Post Theater (time TBA) Smallbore Prone: Sunday, July 24, Post Theater (time TBA)

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NRA National Junior Smallbore Rifle Camp:

An NRA National Junior Smallbore Rifle Camp will be conducted July 23-28, concurrent with Smallbore Rifle Matches. The camp is to enable youth, ages 12 or older with intermediate shooting skills, to enhance their shooting under the guidance of NRA Certified Coaches. Emphasis will be placed on reinforcing the fundamentals: mental, nutritional, and physical training; wind and weather; use of a diary; and more-plus plenty of shooting. Pre-registration of juniors is required. Certified Rifle Coaches (inexperienced and experienced) who wish to assist with this program must submit a resume. Participation is limited to 72 junior students. The camp registration fee is $200. ($225 after June 15, 2011) For more information, please contact: NRA Education and Training Division, Training Department, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 267-1411.

NRA Junior Pistol Shooting Camp:

NRA is conducting a Junior Pistol Shooting Camp during the National Matches. The camp will be held July 12-16. Juniors participating will be introduced to a positive approach to competitive pistol shooter development. The camp is designed to increase the shooter’s ability to progress from the beginning/intermediate level to more advanced shooting levels while developing competitive shooting skills. The program is designed to provide the path, which starts at the Qualification Program, to all levels of competition shooting if that is the route the shooter desires. In the camp, shooters will learn using hands-on skills, the history of marksmanship, the development of the sport, use of the rule book, equipment selection, fundamentals of pistol shooting, position development, mental training, and tournament operations. Climaxing the program, camp participants will take part in a final Junior Pistol Shooting Camp NRA Sanctioned Tournament, where they can demonstrate their newly learned skills. Participation is limited to 25 students. The camp registration fee is $200. ($225 after June 15, 2011) For more information, please contact: NRA Education and Training Division, Training Department, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 267-1411.

NRA Shooting Coach Certification Schools:

The NRA Shooting Coach Education Program will conduct two coach schools at Camp Perry. An NRA Pistol Shooting Coach School will be held July 13-15 and an NRA Advanced Smallbore Rifle Shooting Coach School will be conducted on July 20-25. You MUST be a Certified Rifle Coach (Level 2) to enroll in the Advanced Rifle Course. The NRA Shooting Coach Schools provide hands-on training and active learning activities to enable you to learn and develop sport specific coaching skills. You will learn coaching methods, rules of the sport, selection and use of shooting equipment, correction of shooting errors, and how to organize shooting programs. NRA Shooting Coach Schools are open to coach candidates for a fee of $100.00 for the Pistol Coach School and $150 for the Advanced Rifle Coach School, which includes all materials and instruction. NRA Coach Schools at Camp Perry are limited to 25 coach candidates on a first-come, first-served basis. Courses are conducted in the evening from 5 PM until approximately 10 PM. The Advanced Rifle Course will have evening sessions on July 20-22 and July 25, with flexible sessions integrated into the Junior Smallbore Camp during the day on July 23 and 24. To learn more about the NRA Shooting Coach Education Program, write to the NRA Coach Trainer, Education and Training Division, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030, or call (703) 267-1589.

NRA Range Safety Officer Course:

Registration fee is $100, which includes all materials and your first year’s certification fees. Candidates must be 21 years or older. NRA Volunteers with two or more years of service may be eligible for waiver of fees. This course is limited to the first 20 candidates. The NRA Range Safety Officer Course will be available two times during July: July 18 and 29. To register contact NRA Education and Training Division, at (703) 267-1391.


Smallbore Marksmanship Clinic:

The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, Fort Benning, GA, will conduct a Smallbore Rifle Marksmanship Clinic on Thursday, July 21 at 7 p.m., following the Collegiate Meeting, in the Post Theater. There is no attendance fee or advanced entry required.

Shooter Appreciation Reception:

The Ohio Army National Guard in cooperation with the Ottawa County Chambers of Commerce, National Rifle Association, and Civilian Marksmanship Program will be hosting a shooter appreciation reception at the Camp Perry Clubhouse during the 2011 National Matches. Area businesses will be showcasing goods and services available locally for all those on post during the National Matches. This reception will be conducted on July 11 from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

NRA Award Points & The NCAA:

Alternative awards are available at the Awards Office.

Achievement Awards:

Competitors may use any complete score fired in National Championships individual matches to obtain Special Achievement Awards in the form of specially designed brassards at $4.00 each. These awards may be purchased at the NRA Store area on the basis of scores fired at Camp Perry as shown in the following table:

Minimum Pistol Scores Required Slow, timed and rapid fire matches Master 190 Expert 180 Sharpshooter 170 Marksman 150 National Match Course Master 285 Expert 270 Sharpshooter 255 Marksman 225

Minimum Smallbore Rifle Scores Required Prone Master Expert Sharpshooter Marksman

398 394 386 375

Position Master Expert Sharpshooter Marksman

1165 1128 1082 1042

Minimum High Power Rifle Scores Required Twenty-shot matches High Master 194 Master 188 Expert 178 Sharpshooter 168 Marksman 148

Safety General:

Violation of the following rules may result in disqualification and/or expulsion from Camp Perry with no refund of fees: 1. When operating a motor vehicle on Camp Perry, observe all posted speed limits, parking restrictions, and road signs. 2. Because of fire hazards in the competitor housing area, the following actions are prohibited: • Smoking in bed and cooking of any kind. 3. The following actions involving firearms safety are prohibited: • Loading and/or firing of any firearm before the command “Load” has been given. • Carrying or possession of an uncased firearm with the action closed, except when actually on the firing line at an assigned firing point, or in an authorized dry firing area. • Having a loaded firearm within the limits of Camp Perry except when on an assigned firing point after the command “Load” has been given. (A loaded firearm is defined as having a round or rounds in a chamber, cylinder, or on a loading ramp; or having a magazine or clip containing one or more rounds partially or fully inserted in the firearm.) • Leaving a magazine or clip in a firearm or having the action closed after the firing line has been cleared. • Handling a firearm in any way on the firing line while anyone is forward of the firing line. • Any other unsafe act involving a firearm. 4. The use of eye and ear protection is required under the range rules of the Ohio National Guard. 5. Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI)-formally known as Open Bolt Indicators (OBI)-are required for the Pistol, Smallbore and High Power Rifle Phases.

Dry Firing:

These rules apply to all dry firing during the National Matches: 1. Dry firing is permitted during the time that a competitor is actually on the firing line and is preparing to fire in accordance with Rule 10.3.1. 2. Dry firing areas will be set up on Petrarca Range during the High Power Rifle Phase. 3. No dry firing is permitted in any area of Camp Perry other than stated above. 4. No ammunition is to be in the possession of competitors when they are dry firing except as in paragraph (1) above. 5. When dry firing, all competitors must open rifle actions and observe all other range safety precautions when other persons approach their line of sight. 6. Any dry firing must be done from the same firing line. Dry firing during High Power must be done from the covered firing points at 300 yards, or from the 200 yard line, not both at the same time.

Clothing:

Since safety is always of prime concern in the conduct of shooting events, it is strongly recommended that articles of clothing be worn that will ensure the comfort and safety of all competitors and range personnel.

Alcoholic Beverages or Narcotic Substances:

Consumption of any alcoholic beverage or narcotic substance which can alter the normal mental or physical function of the body, either on the range or in the spectator or public areas north of Lawrence Road while the ranges are in use, is prohibited. The use of any narcotic substances ANYWHERE on Camp Perry is prohibited. Disorderly conduct or intoxication is not permitted on the range or on any contiguous range property. A person who violates this regulation will be subject to immediate disqualification and expulsion from the National Matches with no return of entry fees.

Safety in the use of firearms and in other activities is the concern of all who participate in the National Matches, whether competitors, dependants, team officials, volunteers, or Match Staff. In order to maintain the outstanding safety record at Camp Perry, safety rules must be observed.

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NRA HP Long Range Championship

Aug 14

NRA/Springfield M1A Match Whistler Boy Team Match 2nd Amendment Team Match NRA M1A and Team Award Ceremony

Aug 7

CMP/USMC Jr. HP Clinic CMP/Rem. Adv. Adult HP Clinic CMP-USAMU SAFS (M-16 – EIC) Squadded Practice Volunteer Training

July 31

July 24 NRA S.B. Prone (Iron) CMP Rimfire Sporter Match NRA Jr. S.B. Rifle Camp NRA College Night NRA Mentor Match

CMP Awards Ceremony

July 17 CMP President’s 100 CMP NTI CMP NTT CMP Shooter Reception

NRA HP Long Range Award Ceremony

Aug 16

NRA Palma Individual

NRA Competitor Meeting

Match Director’s Reception

Aug 15

Aug 9 NRA HP Rifle Championship

Aug 8 NRA Teams Rumbold Enlisted RNDC

NRA Long Range Championship NRA Competitor Meeting

CMP NTI

Aug 2

Volunteer Banquet

July 26

NRA Team Day (Met/Any) Dewar and Randle Teams NRA Whistler Boy NRA Jr. Smallbore Camp

Volunteers Arrive

Range Change

July 19

July 12 CMP Warm-up Match NRA Harry Reeves (PM) NRA Dist. Revolver (PM) NRA Pistol Practice (AM) NRA Jr. Pistol Camp

July 5

Tuesday

CMP President’s 100

Aug 1

Match Director’s Reception

NRA Competitor Meeting

July 25 NRA S.B. Prone (Iron) NRA Jr. S.B. Rifle Camp

RSO Training

Range Change

July 18

1st Shot Ceremony Shooter’s Reception

July 11

CMP-USAMU SAFS Pistol CMP M9/EIC Volunteer Training

July 4

July 3

July 10 SAFS Pistol Registration Volunteers Arrive

Monday

Sunday

Aug 17

NRA Palma Team Match

Volunteer Banquet

Aug 10 NRA HP Rifle Championship

Aug 3 CMP Jr. Team Match CMP Hearst Doubles USMC NTIT Clinic

Swap Meet

NRA Made in America Match

NRA Jr. S.B. Rifle Camp

July 27 NRA S.B. Prone (Any)

Volunteer Training

NRA Smallbore Practice

July 20

Aug 4

Aug 18

Swap Meet

Aug 11 NRA HP Rifle Championship

CMP M1 Carbine Match

CMP NTT

NRA Awards Ceremony

NRA Jr. S.B. Rifle Camp

July 28 NRA S.B. Prone (Any)

July 21 NRA S.B. Position (Iron) USAMU SB Clinic NRA Competitor Meeting NRA College Night

Volunteer Banquet

Swap Meet

July 14 NRA .22 Championship NRA Jr. Pistol Camp

Aug 19

NRA Awards Ceremony

Aug 12 NRA HP Rifle Championship

CMP Awards Ceremony

Aug 20

NRA HP Long Range Championship (1000X2)

Aug 13

CMP National CMP Games Matches Closing and Awards

Aug 6 CMP Garand Match CMP Springfield/Miltary Bolt Rifle Match

CMP-USAMU SAFS Rifle CMP/USMC Jr. HP Clinic CMP/Rem. Advanced Adult HP Clinic Volunteer Training

SAFS Rifle Registration CMP/USMC Jr. HP Registration and Clinic CMP/Rem. Advanced Adult HP Registration and Clinic RSO Training Volunteers Arrive

Aug 5 CMP NTIT CMP Springfield/Military Bolt Rifle Match CMP Shooter’s Reception

July 30 Range Change

NRA Awards Ceremony

Jr. Drew Cup Postal Team NRA SB Prone Practice (PM) NRA Jr. SB Camp(Reg) CMP RF Sporter Clinic

July 23 NRA S.B. Position Team

July 16 NRA .45 Championship NRA Jr. Pistol Camp NRA Awards Ceremony

July 9

Saturday

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July 29 Range Change

July 22 NRA S.B. Position (Any)

July 15 NRA CF Championship NRA Jr. Pistol Camp NRA Mayleigh Cup Match NRA Competitor Meeting

July 8

July 7

July 6 July 13 NRA Prelim Pistol Aggregate NRA Jr. Pistol Camp Match Director’s Reception

Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

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Competitor Classifications

1. Temporary Classifications: Rule 19.14, may not be used. 2. Assigned Classifications: Rule 19.6, may be used. 3. All competitors who do not hold an NRA Official Classification, either in the type of competition being fired, or an Assigned Classification according to Rules 19.6, 19.16, 19.17, 19.21, will be placed in the Master class. The Tyro Classification will not be used at Camp Perry. 4. Competitors may be required to present an Official NRA Classification Card at the Entry Office before picking up their competitor packet.

NRA

Individuals may compete as juniors in either Individual or Team competition at the NRA Championships, provided they meet the following criteria: 1. Must comply with Rule 2.3, which states, “A person may compete as a junior through December 31 of the calendar year in which their twentieth birthday occurs. Individuals who have National Guard, Reserve or Active Duty status and receive support (as defined in Rule 2.2) may not compete as juniors.” 2. Where there is only one junior team in a class/category, they will be combined in accordance with the National Championship Program until a minimum two teams is reached in an award category. If there are no other junior teams entered, they will be combined with adult teams in the appropriate class/category. Combining schemes are listed in the program. 3. Junior Team Entry Discounts: In order to qualify for Team Entry discounts, junior teams must show evidence (results bulletins) of attaining “High Junior Team” in a Regional, Conventional Sectional, or State Championship. Competitions must have included at least two Junior teams in the match. Upon presentation of the appropriate results bulletin, a discount for team entry will be given. 4. Junior Teams that have placed as “High Junior” in Regional or State Championships may have their Camp Perry team fees reduced as follows: • One Placement = 25% reduction of team fees • Two Placements = 50% reduction of team fees; A tournament results bulletin must be presented as proof.

Team Eligibility

1. In NRA matches no more than one (1) Service competitor (Rules 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7), and one (1) Police Officer (Rule 2.4) may be members of a team representing an NRA Affiliated Local Club or State Association Team. This restriction does not apply to Open Club teams (Rule 2.11). 2. In NRA Matches, NRA affiliated open club teams may have no more than two service category or two police category competitors, provided that their military unit(s) or police department(s) do not enter any teams. A police officer (Rule 2.4) may be a member of an affiliated (Club or State Association) team providing his individual police department does not enter any teams. Regular Service, National Guard, or other Armed Forces Reserve Teams, Captains and Coaches must have been members of their respective services for a continuous period of at least 30 days immediately proceeding the day of competition. 3. Teams may enter under the following: Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, and 2.14. 4. Industry: A team whose members receive financial or product/service and/or sponsorship for the competition by any company, corporation, firm or individual engages in the manufacture, fabrication, importation, distribution, sale, servicing (gunsmithing) arms, parts, ammunition components, or other products or services related to shooting. Industry teams must be an affiliated club with the NRA. A letter from the sponsoring organization certifying that the team(s) is the official representative of that organization must be provided at time of entry. 5. Residency: The residency requirement shall not apply to industry teams. NRA affiliated industry teams may have no more than two service category competitors or two police category competitors, provided that their military unit(s) or police department(s) does not enter any teams. 6. Team captains must have a letter of authorization signed by a club official.

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7. Junior Teams: Any local or open club, or State Association Team, ALL firing members of which are juniors (Rule 23) may compete for the High Junior Team award in each NRA Team Match. Team cards must be marked as “junior” by the team captain before final entry. 8. The Tyro designation will not be used at the National Pistol Championships.

The NRA National Championships are open to all U.S. citizens, and non-U.S. citizens who are members in good standing of their respective National Shooting Federations.

Competitor Regular Awards Categories

1. All junior or collegiate competitors in the Service must compete in the Service category and pay the standard service entry fees. Collegiate competitors competing in the Service category will still be eligible for Special Awards in the aggregates and National Championships. Junior competitors competing in the Service category will not be eligible for junior awards. 2. Special Awards to junior or collegiate competitors are as stated in the program. 3. Competitors may not change from one Regular Award category to another during any one phase of the National Championships. Special NOTE: A competitor may enter only one Regular Award category. This category will be used for all matches and is separate from the Special Awards categories used for aggregates and the National Championship. 4. Except as noted in specific match conditions, competitors will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into categories as follows: Civilian - Competitors as defined by NRA Pistol Rule 2.2 Service - NRA Pistol Rules 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 Police - NRA Pistol Rule 2.4 5. Industry (team only) - Any individual or member of an industry team who receives financial or product/service and/or sponsorship for the competition by any company, corporation, firm or individual engaged in the manufacture, fabrication, importation, distribution, sale or servicing (gunsmithing) of arms, parts, ammunition components, or other products or services related to shooting. NOTE: Teams entered in the Industry category are eligible only for Open awards.

Special Awards Categories

1. Special Awards – Will be made as specified in Match conditions. In order for a competitor to be included in any special awards category for which he/she may be eligible, the appropriate special awards category MUST be indicated on the entry card. Competitors may be eligible for more than one special category. Mark all special awards categories for which you are eligible. 2. Collegiate Competitors who met all requirements of Rule 2.8 during the 2010-11 academic years or received bachelor’s degrees in the spring of 2010 are considered to be collegiate competitors for the 2011 NRA National Rifle and Pistol Championships. 3. National Championship Records (not NRA National Records) - Competitors breaking existing National Championship Records will be recognized with a National Championship Record Certificate on stage (except for Smallbore 3-Position) during the appropriate awards ceremony. 4. NRA/USA National Civilian Pistol Team: Eligible competitors must sign the eligibility statement on their entry card if they wish to be considered for selection to the National Team. See Match #131: page 33.

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Entry Closing Dates:

Entries must be mailed in time to arrive at Camp Perry before the closing date. NOTE: The postmark will not be used to determine whether or not an entry makes the closing deadline. NOTE: Closing dates for online entries are different than the closing dates for mail in entries. NOTE: The NRA entry office, Building 950, will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. every day except individual entry day.

Pistol Entry Closing Dates

On site & Mail-in entries … ……………… Sun, July 10 Online Entries… …………… Thurs, July 7 (Midnight) NRA Team Entries……………… Wed, July 13 (3 p.m.)

Team Requirements:

There are three NRA 4-Person Team Matches, three NRA 2-Person Team Matches, one NRA 4-Person Team Aggregate, and one NRA 2-Person Team Aggregate. 1. Team captains should purchase their team cards from the NRA Entry Office, Building 950. Complete the entry before leaving. 2. Pistol teams are pre-squadded. Team aggregate cards (Matches 112 & 114), with members listed, and must be turned in to the Entry Office prior to the closing date. 3. Teams that are disqualified WILL NOT be reimbursed their entry fee.

Team Entry Procedure

1. Team captains will be required to complete a form listing team name, club or organization, and team captain’s name and competitor number before leaving the Entry Office. 2. Team members need not be listed on the “OFFICIAL” Team Score Card until the first shooter goes to the firing line. See NRA Rules 12.3 and 12.4. 3. Squadding lists for teams will be posted as soon as squadding is completed.

Entry Fees

1. Individual Entry Fees for the NRA Matches are package fees. No housing fees of any kind are included. 2. All Entry Fees Must Accompany Entry Cards, except for those organizations that have made prior arrangements with the Statistical Director. Registration Fees are NOT charged for the following: - Children under 12 years of age. - Volunteers who have been assigned by the Volunteer Coordinator. 3. Entry fees may be paid by check, money order, NRA Award Points, American Express, Discover, VISA or MasterCard. DO NOT send cash. Organizations, which by prior arrangement have had accounts set up for them, must clear their account with the Statistical Office before leaving Camp Perry. 4. Team fees are based on four or two competitors per team. 5. Non-Firing Registration: Any individual, except those individuals who are entered in any of the NRA competitive events, or volunteers, who is present at Camp Perry, must register at the Entry Office if they will be on the Camp Perry property at any time (Coach, Captain, Administrative, Support)

NRA Pistol Entry Fees

NRA National Individual Championship………… $231 Junior Entry-NRA National Championship……… $116 Harry Reeves Memorial Match…………………… $12 Made in America Match (Juniors only)… ……… $116 Distinguished Revolver Match… ………………… $21

NRA Pistol Team Fees

NRA Four Member Team Matches (Each match)… $63 (Package)… ……………………………………… $179 NRA Two Member Team Matches (Each Match)… $32 (Package)… ……………………………………… $89

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Pistol Challenge Fees

Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $2 Team Matches (per challenge)… …………………… $8

“WITH ME” Pistol Entry Credits

1. An entry credit of $20.00 ($10.00 for juniors) will be given to a shooter for each new or retired competitor they bring to compete in the NRA National Pistol Championship. 2. “Retired” is someone who has not been to the NRA National Championships for the past five (5) years. In addition, the “new” and returning “retired” shooter may deduct the credit from their entry fees. 3. All persons sponsoring others for credit must include both their entry card and that of the person being sponsored in the same envelope. A claim form is included in the Entry Packet and may be duplicated as necessary.

Tournament Conditions Rules:

Current NRA Rules will govern the conduct of these Championships except as modified within this program. Check the Match Director’s Bulletins for any modifications of firing conditions.

Official Bulletin Board:

The Official Bulletin Board is located at the NRA Building 950. Preliminary Bulletinson all matches and all official notices will be posted on the Official Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to check the Official Bulletin Board for official notices and scores (Rule 18.11).

Firearms Allowed:

Competitors are responsible for providing their own firearms.

Trigger Weighing Requirement:

Rules 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4. During NRA Pistol Championships, triggerweighing stations will be available beginning at 7:00 a.m. at each referee station. Pistol triggers will be subject to random checks on the firing line. Substitution of pistol (except under provision of Rule 9.1) will result in disqualification.

Ammunition:

Ammunition as defined in NRA Rule 3.17 will be allowed in the NRA National Championships.

Shooting Mats, Pads, and Artificial Shelter:

No umbrellas or other forms of artificial shelter are permitted forward of the Assembly Line.

Targets:

Pistol B-6 and B-8

Fired Targets:

All fired targets will remain under control of NRA.

Target Changing and Handling:

Pistol targets will be placed in frames and changed by competitors.

Scoring

1. The decision of the Scoring Referee is final. 2. Scoring will be performed by competitors after each l0-shot string. Each competitor will score the target to the left, except for those firing on the first target on a line, whose scoring duties will be performed by a National Matches Volunteer. 3. In Team Matches, each team must supply a scorer for another team.

Ties

1. A shoot-off will be conducted to determine the winner of a match


where an unbreakable tie exists. In the case of unbreakable ties for 2nd and 3rd place, competitors concerned will both be awarded the higher prize, and be listed in competitor number sequence in the bulletin. 2. Ties for class/category awards in matches will be broken in accordance with NRA Rules.

Use of Scoring Devices:

No competitor will use scoring plugs of any kind on a target at any time. Competitors acting as scorers may use standard NRA overlays (Rule 14.3.1).

Score Cards for Pistol

1. Score cards are provided to each competitor in the competitor packet. Upon receipt of the packet, each competitor should check immediately to be sure that a complete set of score cards is enclosed. Each competitor must make certain that the correct score cards are used for each day’s firing. 2. DO NOT cross out match numbers and substitute others. NRA championship score cards are provided in sets, as a booklet. If the cards are removed one by one, there should be no incorrect score cards used, as the booklet is set up in the order in which the matches are fired. 3. All score cards which are used in the matches and all team cards, must be labeled with self adhesive labels supplied in each competitor’s packet. Make certain that you place your labels on your score cards before you go to the range. Unidentifiable scores will not be used. Do not use felt-tip pens to fill out score cards. 4. All score cards must be turned in to a Line Official within 10 minutes of completion of firing a match. Failure to do so may disallow that score for awards. It is the responsibility of the competitor to make sure that their score card is turned in prior to the end of the challenge period. 5. Failure to use the proper score card will result in a score of “0”. NOTE: Competitors who appear at the firing line without score cards will be required to purchase blue substitute score cards at a cost of $5 per score card. It is the competitor’s responsibility to have the correct change. 6. When signing score cards, the competitors must remember they are signing for the value of each shot indicated on the card. Each competitor is responsible for his or her own score card.

Electronic Devices:

Competitors are reminded that Rule 3.20 in Pistol prohibits sound producing or communication devices forward of the ready line after the preparation period has started. This also means pagers, cell phones, audible timing devices or any other sound-producing device.

Challenge and Protest Procedures

1. Competitors and team captains wishing to make a challenge or protest are referred to NRA Rule 16. Persons other than competitors and team captains (in team matches only) are not eligible to make challenges or protests. Also, team captains may not enter either protests or challenges for an individual competitor in an individual Challenge Period. 2. Statistical Office Challenges (see Rules 16.1 and 16.4) must be based on the scores posted on the computer print out in Building 950 and made prior to the expiration of the challenge period posted for each match and aggregate. A competitor who fails to challenge within this time period forfeits the right to challenge. 3. Competitors should check the scores posted in Building 950 to verify. Any errors must be reported to the Stat Office prior to closing of the match challenge period.

Challenges

1. Each competitor should check the competitor scores as they are posted on the computer printout in Building 950. Unless otherwise noted, scores posted are preliminary and do not necessarily reflect the final standings and/or awards won. If you feel your score, class, or category are not correct, it is your responsibility (team captain for team matches) to report this to the Statistical Office prior to the close of the posted challenge period for that match. (See Rule 18.13).

2. Go to the Challenge Window in Building 1000, the Statistical Office. Explain the discrepancy. The challenge will be processed and corrections made if warranted. 3. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make certain that the scores posted are correct. Failure to check scores within the time limit will result in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge. It is the statistical office’s responsibility to correct scores prior to the end of the challenge period. After the challenge period, the competitor accepts the responsibility for scores posted.

Procedures for Making Range Challenges:

If the competitor disagrees with a shot value announced by the scorer or displayed value of the shot, the competitor may challenge the score. Rule 16.1 must be used.

Challenge Period

1. All challenges must be made on the range before the end of the challenge period. (Rule 16.1) 2. Corrections to Preliminary Bulletins will be made at the Stat Office at the Challenge Window within the time period noted. (Rule 11.6.3) 3. Scores posted after 6 p.m. will have a challenge period closing at 8 p.m. With any scores posted after 8 p.m., the challenge period will continue until 9 a.m. the following day all scores for each match will be posted at one time, not by relay.

Pistol Challenge Fees (Award Points Are Acceptable) Individual Matches (per challenge… ……………… $2 Team Matches (per challenge)… …………………… $8

Protests:

All protests must be in accordance with applicable NRA Rules. If after following the procedure specified in NRA Rules 16.2 and 16.3 for reasons outlined in Rule 16.2, a competitor feels that he or she should file a written protest, the following must be done: NOTE: Failure to follow the following procedures will automatically void the protest. 1. If the incident occurred on the range, state the complaint orally to the Chief Range Officer. If not satisfied, the complainant will: 2. State the complaint orally to the Range Referee on the range where the incident occurred. 3. Within one hour after the completion of firing for the day, the complainant must initiate, sign and submit a completed Official Protest form stating all the facts to the Chief Referee or Statistical Office. The forms are available from the Chief Referee or the Statistical Office. A protest fee of $20 is required for each protest. 4. The Statistical Director/Chief Referee will contact the Secretary of the National Protest Committee and the Match Director. The Committee Secretary will assemble the Protest Committee. 5. In case of awards, a protest must be filed with the Statistical Office no later than 30 minutes after the completion of the awards ceremony. 6. The protesting competitor should be prepared to appear before the Protest Committee, if requested to do so. 7. After the Protest Committee has made its decision, the protest will be returned to the Statistical Office. The competitor may pick up a copy of the protest results at the challenge window. If the protest is sustained, the $20 fee will be returned to the complainant.

Protest Committee:

A decision of the NRA National Championship Protest Committee is final but may not override a prior decision of the NRA National Protest Committee. See Rule 16.2.1.

Pistol Competitors Meeting with the Pistol Committee:

Those members of the Pistol Committee of the NRA who are present during the matches will meet to discuss NRA competition programs and Rules. All NRA members are encouraged to attend and to contribute to the proceedings. Competitor’s meeting date: Friday, July 15, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Location is Building 5.

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Awards & Trophies Pistol Awards Categories

1. Civilian - Competitors as defined by NRA Pistol Rule 2.2. 2. Service - NRA Pistol Rules 2.5, 2.6, 2.7. 3. Police - NRA Pistol Rule 2.4. 4. Industry (team only) - Any individual or member of an industry team who receives financial or product/service and/or sponsorship for the competition by any company, corporation, firm or individual engaged in the manufacturing, fabrication, importation, distribution, sale or servicing (gunsmithing) of arms, parts, ammunition components, or other products or services related to shooting. NOTE: Teams entered in the Industry category are eligible only for open awards.

Trophies

1. All trophies awarded in the NRA Championships are the property of the National Rifle Association of America. Unless otherwise noted, the NRA retains possession. Winners are awarded either miniatures or trophy plaques for their permanent possession. 2. The Merchandise Awards, which are presented, are donated.

Award Procedures

1. Place Awards: Unless otherwise stated in the match conditions, place awards are offered in all events. 2. Place awards (winner, 2nd, and 3rd) will take precedence over all other awards. All competitors, Individual Or team, are eligible for place awards. Place award winners are eligible for Special Awards in the same event, provided that they have indicated the Special Awards for which they are eligible on their entry card in the appropriate spaces. Except as noted in specific match conditions, individual competitors will be divided into the several classes as specified in the NRA Rule Book appropriate to the phase of competition entered. 3. Any competitor not eligible under the above conditions and who equals or betters the score of the U.S. Individual or Team setting a National Record in an NRA Match or Aggregate will be presented a special certificate indicating this accomplishment, and will be given an award of equivalent value. 4. Competitors winning NRA awards, as shown in the Awards Schedule, will receive an NRA Visa Card or NRA Award points, unless otherwise specified in the match conditions each award point has a value of $1, but may not be redeemed for cash. Many Commercial Row exhibitors may redeem Award Points. 5. Award Points may be used as payment for special medals and plaques at Camp Perry if the competitor so desires. National Championship medals won at Camp Perry can be ordered only at Camp Perry. Medals and plaques may be ordered only for awards listed in Awards Bulletins. 6. Class/Category Awards Schedules for individual matches will be based on the actual number of scores fired in each match. 7. Award points will be awarded on a one-time basis for a single match, regardless of multiple placings in the match. 8. Winners of place awards are removed from class/category rankings. 9. Special awards categories are in those matches and aggregates as specified. 10. Juniors paying Junior entry fees do not receive full award points except those juniors who place in the top three overall places in individual matches and aggregates. 11. A minimum of 5 competitors is required in each Special Awards category specified in NRA Individual Matches, and a minimum of two teams (exception: High Junior Team, awards will be given regardless of number of teams) to establish competition in Team Matches with Special Awards.

Squadding:

Competitors are squadded on the same target and with the same group of shooters throughout the individual Championships. The Relay numbers will change, and Relay 1 will always fire first. The squadding ticket which

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is in the packet will provide that information. NOTE: All individual firing for the day will be completed before a competitor leaves the firing line. Firing order for relays is listed as follows: July 13 & 14 – Fire 1 / Ready 2 / Wait 3 July 15 – Fire 1 / Ready 2 / Wait 3 July 16 – Fire 1 / Ready 2 / Wait 3 1. Individual fired match numbers and days on which they are fired are listed below:

Practice

Tues., July 12, thru Sat. July 16, 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. on Range #2

Harry Reeves Memorial Revolver Match 131 Tues., July 12 , 1:00 p.m.

Distinguished Revolver Match 147 Tues., July 12, 2:30 p.m.

Matches 132, 133, 134 Wed., July 13

Matches 135, 136, 137, 138, 121, 124 Thur, July 14

Matches 139, 140, 141, 142, 122, 125 Fri., July 15

Matches 143, 144, 145, 146, 123, 126

Sat., July 16 2. It is the competitor’s responsibility to be present when their relay is called to the firing line. No one will be allowed to set up on the firing line after the end of the 3-minute preparation period.

Firing Times:

Harry Reeves Memorial Match: 1:00 p.m. EDT. All other NRA Matches, firing will begin daily at 7:30 am EDT.

Practice Firing:

Tuesday through Saturday on Range #2. CMP warm-up Range #1. Competitors wishing to practice must report to the firing line between 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Squadding will be by infiltration. Three relays only will be fired.

Function Range:

A 25 yard pistol range with targets will be available for function/test firing only, opening 7:30 a.m. each day there is pistol firing and available during normal range hours in the Pistol phase. Competitors must furnish their own ammunition. Competitors may purchase 15 minute firing blocks for practice firing on the Practice Range.

Awards Ceremony:

Date and time of the NRA Pistol Awards Ceremony is 8 p.m., Saturday, July 16. Winners receiving awards on stage during the Awards Ceremony are requested to be in appropriate attire for these prestigious affairs.

NCAA COMPETITORS, PLEASE NOTE:

In action taken by the NCAA on April 25, 2002, the Division I Board of Directors approved a change to the NCAA Bylaws that permits an individual, prior to collegiate enrollment, to accept prize money (to include NRA Award Points) based on place finish in an event without jeopardizing intercollegiate eligibility, as long as the prize money does not exceed actual and necessary expenses for that event. Any questions should be directed to the NCAA Membership Services staff at 317-917-6222.


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NRA Pistol Individual Awards Schedule Grand Aggregates Match 100 Winner: $500.00 Visa Gift Card Second: $300.00 Visa Gift Card Third: $200.00 Visa Gift Card

Class/Category Awards Match 100 Winner: $100 Visa gift card Second: $50 Visa gift card Third: $25 Visa gift card Fourth and below: $10 Visa gift card

Sub-Aggregates & Fired Matches Winner: $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class/Category Awards Matches 101, 102, 103 Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points

Class/Category Awards Fired Matches

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points 1. Class and category awards will be given in all NRA Individual fired and aggregate matches. 2. Competitors will be divided into classes, and those classes will be further divided into Categories: Civilian, Police, and Service. 3. Awards will be provided on the basis of five or more competitors in a category/class in the following manner: Minimum of 5 competitors in a category/class, one award; 15 competitors, 2 awards; 25 competitors, 3 awards; and following this procedure until the total number of competitors within a category/class is established on the basis of one award for 10 competitors. 4. When there are fewer than five competitors within a category/class, they will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of five or more is achieved: Civilian to Police to Service Police to Service to Civilian Service to Police to Civilian 5. If there are still fewer than five competitors in a class when all categories within that class are combined, the combined class will be combined with the next highest class of the first category (Civilian), and the routine will then he followed within the next highest class until the minimum of five competitors is achieved. In no case will any competitors of a lower classification be combined with the Master class or the High Master class. 6. Awards will be provided on the basis of the actual number of scores fired in each match.

NRA Pistol Team Awards Schedule Match Place Awards:

As specified in match conditions.

Class/Category Awards:

As specified in match conditions. 1. All teams will be divided into classes, and further divided into categories to determine awards as follows: NRA Affiliated Local Club (Rule 2.11) NRA Affiliated Open Club (Rule 2.11) Police (Rule 2. 14) Service (Rule 2.13)

State Association (Rule 2.12) Industry – Open awards only. 2. No class or category awards given. 3. Teams winning place awards are not eligible for class/category awards, but will be counted in order to compute the number of class/category awards that will be made. 4. There must be two or more teams in order to establish one award in a class/category. Five teams will provide a 2nd place; 8 teams, 3rd place; 13 teams, 4th place, and so on until the final numbers of award places are established. 5. If there is only one team within a class/category, that team will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of two or more teams is achieved. St. Assn. to Local Club to Police to Open Club to Service Police to St. Assn. to Local Club to Open Club to Service Service to Open Club to Police to St. Assn. to Local Club Local Club to St. Assn. to Police to Open Club to Service Open Club to Service to Police to St. Assn to Local Club 6. If there is only one team within a class, and combining categories does not achieve the minimum of two teams, the team will be combined with the next appropriate category until the minimum of two teams is achieved. Teams of lower classification will not be combined with the Master Class.

Team Award Distribution

NRA Award points are issued based on the number of authorized firing members. When provided for the match conditions, plaques or medals will be awarded to each firing member of the team and the sponsoring club or organization.

THE NATIONAL PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP #100 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 101, 102, and 103.

Awards:

National Champion: The Harrison Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Champion Medallion, a firearm and a $500 Visa Gift Card. Second: A silver tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $300 Visa Gift Card Third: A bronze National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $200 Visa Gift Card.

Special Awards:

Civilian Champion: Manchester Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Woman Champion: Alexander Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Police Champion: Thomas McGinley Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Senior Champion: Senior Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Grand Senior Champion: Gold tone National Championship Medallion, an NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Collegiate Champion: Harold R. Krelstein Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion, and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Junior Champion: Volunteer Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. National Guard Champion: Patrick O. Powell Memorial Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Army Reserve Champion: Army Reserve Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Regular Service Champion: Gold tone National Championship Medallion, an NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Regular Air Force: General Twining Trophy Laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card.

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High Civilian Woman: Vincent Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Special Award for High Scoring Senior Sharpshooter not over 2429/2700: Firearm donated by Eric and Monica Schaffer.

Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points High Woman in Each Class: Special Certificates.

Class and Category Awards:

2010 Winner:

Winner: A $100 Visa Gift Card Second: A $50 Visa Gift Card Third: A $25 Visa Gift Card Fourth & Below: A $10 Visa Gift Card High Woman in Each Class: A Special Certificate High Senior in Each Class: A Special Certificate High Junior in Each Class: A Special Certificate

SSG John C. Ennis, USA; Score: 885-44X

National Championship Record:

891-55X, SFC Joseph Pascarella, ARNG (1980); CPL Brian Zins, USMC (1992); SGT Brian Zins, USMC (1996)

45 CALIBER CHAMPIONSHIP #103

2010 Winner:

(A Sub-Aggregate of the National Pistol Championship)

National Championship Record:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 143, 144, 145 and 146.

Brian H. Zins, Poland, OH; Score: 2650-134X 2668-140X, PO1 Donald L. Hamilton, USN (1969)

.22 CALIBER CHAMPIONSHIP #101 (A Sub-Aggregate of the National Pistol Championship)

Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 135, 136, 137 and 138.

Awards:

Winner: The Walker Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second : 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 35 Award Points High Junior: 15 Award Points

Class and Category Awards

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points High Woman in Each Class: Special Certificates.

2010 Winner:

Brian H. Zins, Poland, OH; Score: 894-53X

National Championship Record:

897-60X, Sgt James Henderson, USA (2005)

CENTER FIRE CHAMPIONSHIP #102 (A Sub-Aggregate of the National Pistol Championship)

Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 139, 140, 141 and 142.

Awards:

Course of Fire:

Awards:

Winner: The Orton Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second : 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 35 Award Points High Junior: 15 Award Points

Class and Category Awards

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points High Woman in Each Class: Special Certificates

2010 Winner:

John S. Zurek, Tucson, AZ; Score: 877-34X

National Championship Record:

892-53X, SFC Darius R. Young, USAR (1993)

THE NRA PRACTICE MATCH (PRELIMINARY PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP) #111 Course of Fire:

This match is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 132, 133, and 134

Winner:

NRA Preliminary Pistol Championship Trophy laminated plaque and Pewter Awards. Second: Pewter Awards Third: Pewter Awards High Woman: Pewter Award

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: The Clark Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second : 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Winner: Pewter Awards Second: Pewter Awards Third: Pewter Awards Fourth & Below: “6” dia. NRA Armetale Plate.

Special Awards:

2010 Winner:

High Woman: 35 Award Points High Junior: 15 Award Points

Class and Category Awards Winner: 12 Award Points

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SFC James Henderson, USA; Score: 890-42X

National Championship Record: 894-50X, SGT Brian Zins, USMC (1996)


.22 CALIBER STAGE, NRA PRACTICE MATCH (PRELIMINARY PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP) #132 Fired:

National Championship Record:

Course of Fire:

National Match Course

Thursday, July 14 (Included in .22 Championship)

Awards:

Course of Fire:

Given in Aggregate only

National Match Course

2010 Winner:

Awards:

Wednesday, July 13

Aggregate winner only, see Match 111

CENTER FIRE STAGE, NRA PRACTICE MATCH (PRELIMINARY PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP) #133 Fired: Wednesday, July 13

Course of Fire:

National Match Course

Awards:

Given in Aggregate only

2010 Winner:

Aggregate winner only, see Match 111

.45 CALIBER STAGE, NRA PRACTICE MATCH (PRELIMINARY PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP) #134 Fired: Wednesday, July 13

Course of Fire:

National Match Course

Awards:

Given in Aggregate only

2010 Winner:

Aggregate winner only, see Match 111

.22 CALIBER SLOW FIRE MATCH #135 Fired: Thursday, July 14 (Included in .22 Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, slow fire, 50 yds.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

CPT Philip W. Hemphill, Clinton, MS; Score: 200-10X

200-10X; CPT Philip Hemphill, Clinton, MS (2010)

.22 CALIBER NATIONAL MATCH COURSE #136 Fired:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Brian H. Zins, Poland, OH; Score: 298-18X

National Championship Record:

300-21X; MSGT Jim-Bob McCarty; USAF; (1992)

.22 CALIBER TIMED FIRE MATCH #137 Fired: Thursday, July 14 (Included in .22 Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, timed fire, 25 yds

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SFC James Henderson, USA; Score: 200-19X

National Championship Record:

200-19X; SGT James Henderson, USA (1992); SGT Robert S. Park, USA (2006); SFC James Henderson, USA (2010)

.22 CALIBER RAPID FIRE MATCH #138 Fired: Thursday, July 14 (Included in .22 Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, rapid fire, 25 yds

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card

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Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class & Category Awards:

Class Category Awards:

2010 Winner:

1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Chuck Holt, Ft. Collins, CO; Score: 200-15X

National Championship Record:

200-19X; SGT James Henderson; USAR (1996)

.22 CALIBER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP #121 Fired: Thursday, July 14

No Class/Category awards.

USAR Black; Score: 579-16X

National Championship Record: 579-16X, USAR Black (2010)

CENTER FIRE SLOW FIRE MATCH #139 Fired: Friday, July 15 (Included in Center Fire Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, slow fire, 50 yds.

Awards:

Open To:

Four-Member Teams.

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Course of Fire:

Class Category Awards:

National Match Course.

Awards:

Winner: Six Bob Shea High Standard Manufacturing Company Trophy laminated plaques, a $20 Visa gift Card to each team firing member. Second: Six NRA silver tone medals and 36 Award Points Third: Six NRA bronze tone medals and 28 Award Points High Junior Team: Six NRA plaques

Class & Category Awards: 1st: 40 Award Points 2nd: 36 Award Points 3rd: 32 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Zero/Mountain Competition Pistol; Score: 1158-52X

National Championship Record:

1189-68X, USA International Blue (1969)

.22 CALIBER TWO MEMBER TEAM MATCH #124 (Not part of the Pistol Team Aggregate #112)

Fired:

Thursday, July 14

Open To:

Two-Member Teams representing an NRA affiliated organization (Rules 2.11 or 2.12 or 2.13 or 2.14). All team members must be members of the same NRA affiliated organization. Team members cannot be firing members of a four-member team and a two-member team. Note: No team may enter more than one two-member team in a twomember team match.

1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG John C. Ennis, USA; Score: 196-5X

National Championship Record:

198-10X, ADR1 Donald L Hamilton, USN (1969)

CENTER FIRE NATIONAL MATCH COURSE #140 Fired: Friday, July 15 (Included in Center Fire Championship)

Course of Fire:

National Match Course

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG John C. Ennis, USA; Score: 297-16X

Course of Fire:

National Championship Record:

Awards:

CENTER FIRE TIMED FIRE MATCH #141 Fired:

National Match Course. Winner: Three NRA plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing team member. Second: 9 Award Points to each firing member Third: 8 Award Points to each firing member.

300-20X, SGT Marvin R. Black, USA (1973)

Friday, July 15 (Included in Center Fire Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, timed fire, 25 yds.

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Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards:

2010 Winner:

Springfield Red; Score: 1152-48X

National Championship Record: 1178-45X, All NG Blue (1981)

CENTER FIRE TWO MEMBER TEAM MATCH #125

1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

(Not part of the Pistol Team Aggregate #112) Matches 122 and 125 fired concurrently

2010 Winner:

Friday, July 15

SSG Adam Sokolowski, USA; Score: 200-12X

National Championship Record:

200-19X; MSG Thomas R. Woods; USA (1985); Sgt Brian E. Zins; USMC (1996)

CENTER FIRE RAPID FIRE MATCH #142 Fired: Friday, July 15 (Included in Center Fire Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, rapid fire, 25 yds.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSGT Kevin L. Moore, USMC; Score: 199-11X

National Championship Record:

200-18X; MSG Bonnie D. Harmon; USA (1982)

CENTER FIRE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP #122 Fired: Friday, July 15

Open To:

Four-Member Teams.

Course of Fire:

National Match Course.

Awards:

Winner: Six Smith & Wesson Trophy laminated plaques, a $20 Visa gift Card to each team firing member. Second: Six NRA silver tone medals and 36 Award Points Third: Six NRA bronze tone medals and 28 Award Points High Junior Team: Six NRA plaques

Class & Category Awards: 1st: 40 Award Points 2nd: 36 Award Points 3rd: 32 Award Points

Fired:

Open To:

Two-Member Teams representing an NRA affiliated organization (Rules 2.11 or 2.12 or 2.13 or 2.14). All team members must be members of the same NRA affiliated organization. Team members cannot be firing members of a four-member team and a two-member team. Note: No team may enter more than one two-member team in a twomember team match.

Course of Fire:

National Match Course.

Awards:

Winner: Three NRA plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing team member. Second: 9 Award Points to each firing member Third: 8 Award Points to each firing member.

Class & Category Awards: No Class/Category awards.

2010 Winner:

USAR Black; Score: 574-24X

National Championship Record: 574-24X, USAR Black (2010)

.45 CALIBER SLOW FIRE MATCH #143 Fired: Saturday, July 16 (Included in .45 Caliber Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, slow fire, 50 yds

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

John S. Zurek, Tucson, AZ; Score: 194-3X

National Championship Record:

198-9X; SFC Herschel L Anderson; USA (1973)

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.45 CALIBER NATIONAL MATCH COURSE #144 Fired: Saturday, July 16 (Included in .45 Caliber Championship)

Course of Fire:

National Match Course

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG Adam Sokolowski, USA; Score: 294-17X

National Championship Record:

300-20X; MSG Thomas Woods; USA (1985)

.45 CALIBER TIMED FIRE MATCH #145 Fired: Saturday, July 16 (Included in .45 Caliber Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, timed fire, 25 yds

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points 3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

James R. Lenardson, Toledo, OH; Score: 200-12X

National Championship Record:

200-19X; Brian Zins, Centreville, VA (2009)

.45 CALIBER RAPID FIRE MATCH #146 Fired: Saturday, July 16 (Included in .45 Caliber Championship)

Course of Fire:

20 shots, rapid fire, 25 yds

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Category Awards: 1st: 10 Award Points 2nd: 9 Award Points

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3rd: 8 Award Points 4th & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

CPT Philip W. Hemphill, Clinton, MS: Score: 200-11X

National Championship Record: 200-16X; SGT R.E. Willfore; USA (1964)

.45 CALIBER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP #123 Fired: Saturday, July 16

Open To:

Four-Member Teams.

Course of Fire:

National Match Course.

Awards:

Winner: Six Colt Trophy laminated plaques, a $20 Visa gift Card to each team firing member. Second: Six NRA silver tone medals and 36 Award Points Third: Six NRA bronze tone medals and 28 Award Points High Junior Team: Six NRA plaques

Class & Category Awards: 1st: 40 Award Points 2nd: 36 Award Points 3rd: 32 Award Points

2010 Winner:

US Army Blue; Score: 1140-35X

National Championship Record: 1185-57X: U.S. Army “Blue” (1973, 1977)

.45 CALIBER TWO MEMBER TEAM MATCH #126 (Not part of the Pistol Team Aggregate #112) Matches 123 and 126 fired concurrently

Fired:

Saturday, July 16

Open To:

Two-Member Teams representing an NRA affiliated organization (Rules 2.11 or 2.12 or 2.13 or 2.14). All team members must be members of the same NRA affiliated organization. Team members cannot be firing members of a four-member team and a two-member team. Note: No team may enter more than one two-member team in a twomember team match.

Course of Fire:

National Match Course.

Awards:

Winner: Three NRA plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing team member. Second: 9 Award Points to each firing member Third: 8 Award Points to each firing member.

Class & Category Awards: No Class/Category awards.

2010 Winner:

US Army Grey; Score: 566-14X


National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

PISTOL TEAM AGGREGATE #112 Open To:

National Championship Record:

582-26X; USAR Black (2009)

Teams entered in matches 121, 122, and 123. Team composition must be the same as in the three matches of the aggregate. Only six competitors may be listed as firing members and alternates, any four of which may comprise the firing members; the firing members may be changed (within the six listed) from match to match of the separate events comprising the aggregate. This Is Not A Fired Match. Names of team members must be listed on the Match 112 entry card and returned to the Stat Office before entry closing time.

Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each team’s score in the .22 Caliber Team Championship Match 121; Center Fire Team Championship Match 122; and the .45 Caliber Team Championship Match 123.

Awards:

Winning Team: Six “Coming Through the Rye” laminated plaques, and a $20 Visa Gift Card per firing member. Second: Six silver tone medals and 54 Award Points. Third: Six bronze medals and 48 Award Points. High Junior Team: Six NRA plaques. Remaining teams will be presented awards. Classification for Match 112 will be based on the classification of team members who actually fire scores, and who are listed on the Match 112 entry cards. No more than 6 members may be listed.

Class & Category Awards:

1st: 10 Award Points per firing member 2nd: 9 Award Points per firing member 3rd & below: 8 Award Points per firing member

2010 Winner:

US Army Blue; Score: 3443-121X

National Championship Record: 3534-161X. U.S. Army “Blue” (1973)

TWO MEMBER PISTOL TEAM AGGREGATE #114 Open To:

US Army Grey; Score: 1710-55X 1710-55X, US Army Grey (2010)

HARRY REEVES MEMORIAL REVOLVER MATCH #131 Fired: Tuesday, July 12, 1:00 p.m

Course of Fire:

National Match Course

Firearms Allowed:

Rule 3.2. Any center fire revolver of .32 caliber or larger; barrel length, including cylinder, not more than 10 inches; and trigger pull not less than 2 1/2 pounds. Sights may be adjustable but not over 10 inches apart measured from the apex of the rear sight to the apex of the front sight.

Awards:

Winner: NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 30 Award Points Third: 15 Award Points Remaining top 10 percent: T-Shirts

2010 Winner:

James R. Lenardson, Toledo, OH; Score: 284-4X

National Championship Record:

288-5X: Darius R. Young, Malo, WA (2002)

NRA DISTINGUISHED REVOLVER MATCH #147 Fired: Tuesday, July 12, 2:30p.m.

Course of Fire:

NRA National Match Course.

Firearm Allowed: NRA Rule 3.1.4

Teams entered in matches 124, 125, and 126. Team composition must be the same as in the three matches of the aggregate. Only three competitors may be listed as firing members and alternates, any two of which may comprise the firing members; the firing members may be changed (within the three listed) from match to match of the separate events comprising the aggregate. This Is Not A Fired Match. Names of team members must be listed on the Match 114 entry card and returned to the Stat Office before entry closing time.

Awards:

Course of Fire:

National Championship Record:

This is an aggregate of each team’s score in the .22 Caliber Two Member Team Match 124; Center Fire Two Member Team Match 125; and the .45 Caliber Two Member Team Match 126.

Awards:

Winner: Three NRA plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member. Second: 9 Award Points to each firing member. Third: 8 Award Points to each firing member.

Class/Category Awards: No class/category awards

NRA plaques will be awarded to the first, second, and third place competitors. Ten credit points will be awarded to the highest scoring 10 percent of all non-Distinguished Revolver competitors firing in the match ranked in order or merit.

2010 Winner:

SSG Robert S. Park, USA; Score: 282-10X 288-9X, CPT Philip W. Hemphill, Clinton, MS (2009)

MADE IN AMERICA MATCH #113 Open To:

Juniors who have not reached their seventeenth birthday as of December 31, of the year of competition.

Course of Fire:

The 2700 aggregate. Competitors will fire the three stages of the 2700 aggregate using a .22 caliber pistol as described below.

Firearms Allowed:

Any .22 caliber pistol manufactured in the United States of Americas chambered for the standard .22 caliber long rifle cartridge. No foreign

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made pistols. Iron sights only. Pistols are to be stock “out-of- the-box� models. No external modifications are allowed.

Awards:

Overall aggregate winners will be awarded certificates provided by the National Rifle Association.

2010 Winner:

Kevin R. Bennett; Score: 2076-27X

National Championship Record:

2305-31X: Elizabeth L. Lutz, Annville, PA (2008)

NRA/USA CIVILIAN PISTOL TEAM POSTAL MATCH The 10 highest scoring eligible competitors in each class (High Master, Master, Expert, Sharpshooter and Marksman) from Match #100 will be selected as the 2011 NRA/USA National Civilian Pistol Team.

Fired:

1991 - Finland, Score 5675 1990 - Great Britain, Score 5549 1989 - Finland, Score 5616 1988 - Finland, Score 5658 1987 - Finland, Score 5635

MAYLEIGH CUP INTERNATIONAL POSTAL TEAM MATCH Fired: Friday, July 15, 8:30 a.m.; Petrarca Range

Open To:

One team consisting of a Team Captain, Adjutant, ten firers and two alternates, from countries invited to participate with the U.S. Only the U.S. Team will fire at the National Pistol Championships.

2011 U.S. Team Officials: Team Captain: Bill Blankenship Team Adjutant: John Gordon

Tuesday, July 12, 8 a.m. on the right side of Range #1 (The 10 high scoring eligible competitors from the previous year (2010) NRA/USA Civilian Team who are in attendance at Camp Perry, will be asked to shoot the NRA/USA Civilian Pistol Team International Postal Match.

Selection of U.S. Team:

2011 Team Officials

30 shots, slow fire, 50 meters, at B-17 targets.

Team Captain: Bill Blankenship Team Adjutant: John Gordon

Course of Fire:

ISSF Standard Pistol Course, 25 meters at NRA B-17 targets

Firearms Allowed: .

22 caliber pistol with any sights.

Awards:

Each member of the firing team & alternates receives an NRA/USA Team Brassard, Jacket & Cap.

Eligibility Requirements:

An NRA/USA Civilian Pistol Team competitor is a civilian (rules 2.2, 2.2.1, 2.3, 2.3.1, 2.3.2 only) who has not received any support in the form of Cash, Award Points, Equipment or Ammunition from any person or organization (other than parents if the competitor is a junior) or spouse, within the program year.

Previous Winners:

2010 - United States, Score 5580 2009 - United States, Score 5579 2008 - United States, Score 5441 2007 - Finland, Score 5643 2006 - Finland, Score 5597 2005 - Finland, Score 5624 2004 - Finland, Score 5619 2003 - Finland, Score 5657 2002 - Finland, Score 5648 2001 - Finland, Score 5642 2000 - United States, Score 5611 1999 - United States, Score 5527 1998 - United States, Score 5636 1997 - Finland, Score 5652 1996 - Finland, Score 5658 1995 - Finland, Score 5666 1994 - Finland, Score 5671 1993 - United States, Score 5688 1992 - United States, Score 5361

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From scores in Match 135 and slow fire stage of Match 136. Team Officials may not be firing members of the team.

Course of Fire:

Firearms Allowed: Rule 3.4

Awards:

To each member of the U.S. Team, a Mayleigh Team brassard, jacket and cap.

Previous Winners 2010 - United States, Score 2663 2009 - United States, Score 2662 2008 - United States, Score 2661 2007 - United States, Score 2630 2006 - United States, Score 2657 2005 - United States, Score 2700 2004 - United States, Score 2641 2003 - United States, Score 2607

2010 Pistol Championship Winners

Match 100 National Pistol Championship

National Champion: Brian H. Zins, Poland, OH; Score: 2650-134X

High Civilian Woman: Judy Tant, E. Lansing, MI; Score: 2565-69X


Civilian Champion: Brian H. Zins, Poland, OH; Score: 2650-134X Regular Service Champion: SSG Robert S. Park, USA; Score: 2634-116X Police Champion: CPT Philip W. Hemphill, Clinton, MS; Score: 2643128X Woman Champion: Judy Tant, E. Lansing, MI; Score: 2565-69X Senior Champion: Ron Steinbrecher, Wyndmoor, PA; Score: 2607-92X Grand Senior: Elwood Harrison, Jr., Mechancisville, VA; Score: 2513-72X Collegiate Champion: Bryan D. Layfield, Clarksburg, WV; Score: 259894X Junior Champion: Bryan D. Layfield, Clarksburg, WV; Score: 2598-94X Army Reserve Champion: MSG Rob Mando, USA; Score: 2597-107X National Guard Champion: SSG Nathan Wade, USA; Score: 2568-81X High Regular Air Force: COL Mark S. Hayes, USAF; Score: 2522-81X National Championship Record: Score: 2668-140X: PO1 Donald L. Hamilton: USN (1969)

Previous National Pistol Champions 2010-Brian H. Zins 2009-SSG James Henderson, USA 2008-Brian Zins 2007-GTSGT Brian Zins, USMC 2006-SSG James M. Henderson, USA 2005-GYSGT Brian Zins, USMC 2004-GYSGT Brian Zins, USMC 2003-GYSGT Brian Zins, USMC 2002-GYSGT Brian Zins, USMC 2001-GYSGT Brian Zins, USMC 2000-MSG Steve F Reiter, USAR 1999-MSG Steve F Reiter, USAR 1998-SSGT Brian Zins, USMC 1997-Sgt Jason Meidinger, USMC 1996-Sgt Brian H. Zins, USMC 1995- James R. Lenardson 1994-MSG Steve Reiter, USAR 1993-MSG Steve Reiter, USAR 1992-Sgt Mario A. Lozoya, USMC 1991-MSG Steve R. Reiter, USAR 1990-James R.L Lenardson, ANG 1989-SSG Darius R. Young, USAR 1988-TSGT James L. Lenardson, ANG 1987-MSG Erich Buljung, USA 1986-MSG Thomas R. Woods, USA 1985-Max J. Barrington 1984-SFC James R. I. Laguana, USA 1983-MSG Roger M. Willis, USA 1982-MSG Bonnie D. Harmon, USA 1981-SFC Joseph. J. Pascarella, ARNG 1980-SFC Joseph J. Pascarella, ARNG 1979-SP4 Darius R. Young, USAR 1978-SFC Charles E. McGowan, USA 1977-Herschel L. Anderson 1976-MSG Bonnie D. Harmon, USA 1975-SFC Bonnie D. Harmon, USA 1974-SFC Herschel L. Anderson, USA 1973-SFC Herschel L. Anderson, USA 1972-SFC Bonnie D. Harmon, USA 1971-SSG John A. Smith, USA 1970-CWO Francis A. Higginson, USMC 1969-POl Donald L. Hamilton, USN 1968-MAJ Franklin C. Green, USAF 1967-MSG Wm. B. Blankenship, Jr., USA 1966-POl Donald L. Hamilton, USN 1965-POl Donald L. Hamilton, USN 1964-SFC Wm. B. Blankenship, Jr., USA 1963-SFC Wm. B. Blankenship, Jr., USA 1962-SFC Wm. B. Blankenship, Jr., USA

1961-SFC Wm. B. Blankenship, Jr., USA 1960-SFC Wm. B. Blankenship, Jr., USA 1959-MSG Huelet L. Benner, USA 1958-James E. Clark, Shreveport, La. 1957-Capt William W McMillan, Jr., USMC 1956-MSG Huelet L. Benner, USA 1955-MSG Huelet L. Benner, USA 1954-LT Harry Reeves, Detroit Police 1953-LT Harry Reeves, Detroit Police 1952-William T Toney, Jr., U.S. Border Patrol 1951-MSG Huelet L. Benner, USA 1950-No competition 1949-MSG Huelet L. Benner, USA 1948-SGT Harry Reeves, Detroit Police 1947-MSG Huelet L. Benner, USA 1946-SGT Harry Reeves, Detroit Police 1942-45-No competition 1941-PTLMN Harry Reeves, Detroit Police 1940-PTLMN Harry Reeves, Detroit Police 1939-Emmett E. Jones, Los Angeles Police 1938-PTLMN A.W. Hemming, Detroit Police 1937-Charles Askins, Jr., U.S. Immigration Patrol 1936-Jacob Engbrecht, Los Angeles Police 1935-H. J. Adams, San Diego, Calif.

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A L N M O I A T

2011 NRA National Smallbore 3-P Championships

Team Eligibility and Requirements

1. In NRA Matches no more than one (1) Service competitor (Rules 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7) may be a member of a team representing an NRA Affiliated Local Club, Open Club, or State Association Team. All firing members of junior teams must be juniors. 2. Teams may enter under Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, and 2.18. Junior State Association Teams may enter provided that all firing members are eligible under Rules 2.12, 2.3, 2.3.1, or 2.3.2. A person not a State Association member may serve as a non-firing coach. 3. Smallbore Team Entries: Team Captains must purchase team cards and completely fill out the one marked “Official Copy”. There are two Position Team Matches, one Whistler Boy team match, and two Prone Team Matches. Smallbore teams will be pre-squadded. “Official” Team Score Cards must be returned to the Entry Office before team entry closing time. Team Captains are responsible for submitting complete and accurate team entries. Where there is only one junior team in a class/category, they will be combined in accordance with the National Matches Program until a minimum of two teams is reached in an award category. If there are no other junior teams entered, they will be combined with adult teams in the appropriate class/category. Combining schemes are listed in the program.

Competitor Classifications

1. Temporary Classifications: Rule 19.14, may not be used 2. Assigned Classifications: Rule 19.6, may be used. 3. All competitors who do not hold an NRA Official Classification, either in the type of competition being fired, or an Assigned Classification according to Rules 19.6, 19.16, 19.17, 19.21, will be placed in the Master class. 4. Competitors may be required to present an Official NRA Classification Card at the Entry Office before picking up their competitor packet.

Competitor Regular Awards Categories

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Special Awards Categories

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Juniors may compete as juniors in either Individual or Team competition at the NRA National Position Matches, provided they meet the following criteria: 1. Comply with Rule 2.3 Junior, 2.3.1 Intermediate Junior, or 2.3.2 SubJunior. 2. Individuals who have National Guard, Reserve or Active Duty status and receive support (as defined in Rule 2.2) may not compete as juniors.

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1. All junior or collegiate competitors in the Service must compete in the Service category and pay the standard service entry fees. Collegiate competitors competing in the Service category will still be eligible for Special Awards in the aggregates and National Championships. Junior competitors competing in the Service category will not be eligible for junior awards. 2. Special Awards to junior or collegiate competitors are as stated in this program. 3. Competitors may not change from one Regular Award category to another during any one phase of the National Championships. Special NOTE: A competitor may enter only one Regular Award category. NOTE: All juniors are eligible to win High Civilian.

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1. Special Awards - Will be made as specified in Match conditions. In order for a competitor to be included in any Special Awards category for which he/she may be eligible, the appropriate Special Awards category MUST be indicated on the Entry card. Competitors may be eligible for more than one special category. Mark all Special Awards categories for which you are eligible. 2. Collegiate competitors who met all requirements of Rule 2.8 during the 2010-2011 academic years or received Bachelor’s degrees in the spring of 2010 are considered to be collegiate competitors for this year’s Championships. 3. National Championship Records (not NRA National Records) - Competitors breaking existing National Championship Records will receive a National Championship Record Certificate. 4. Woman, Senior (65 years or older), Intermediate Senior (55 thru 64 years), and Collegiate. 5. Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate - Competitors entering the Any Sights Only Aggregate are not part of the NRA National Smallbore Rifle Three-Position Championship aggregate and are not eligible for National Championship Aggregate awards (Match 200). The Any Sights Only Aggregate is open to those competitors wishing to fire using Rule 3.7(c) throughout the competition. However, both the National Championship and the Any Sight Only Aggregate competitors will compete equally for awards during the Any Sight Only Aggregate (Match 202). The Any Sights Only Aggregate winner will be recognized at the award ceremony. Note: A Senior ( 65 or older) may compete throughout the NRA National Smallbore Rifle Three-Position Championship aggregate (Match 200) using any sights, Rule 3.7(c), and is eligible for National Championship Aggregate awards (Match 200). A SENIOR WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS (MATCH 200) IF ENTRY IS MADE FOR THE ANY SIGHTS ONLY AGGREGATE. Note: Competitors who elect to shoot in the Any Sights Only Aggregate will not be considered for a Distinguished Rifleman Step.

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4. Except as noted in specific match conditions, competitors will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into categories as follows: • Civilian - Competitors as defined by Rule 2.2 and 2.4 (Police) are considered to be civilians for Smallbore Rifle competition. • Service - Rules 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7 • Junior - Rule 2.3 • Intermediate Junior - Rule 2.3.1 • Sub-Junior - Rule 2.3.2

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The National Conventional 3-Position Smallbore Rifle Championship is open to all shooters. Membership in the NRA is not required, but highly recommended. Competitors who are not NRA members are not eligible for National Record recognition.

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Entry Closing Dates

Entries must be mailed in time to arrive at Camp Perry before the closing date. NOTE: The postmark will not be used to determine whether or not an entry makes the closing deadline. NOTE: Closing dates for online entries are different than the closing dates for mail in entries. NOTE: The NRA Entry Office, Building 950, will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. every day except individual entry day.

3-P Smallbore Entry Closing Dates

On site & Mail-in entries… ………………Tues, July 19 Online Entries… ………… Thurs, July 14 (Midnight) NRA 3-P Team Entries …………… Fri, July 22 (3 p.m.)

Team Requirements Team Entry Procedure

1. All Team entries must be made at Camp Perry and may not be made by advance entry.

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2. Individuals not firing on teams or acting as a non-firing captain or coach, and who are not entered in individual NRA Matches, must register in advance for the phase concerned using a regular entry card. Competitor numbers will be issued and special competitor packets made upon request for individuals in this status.

Entry Fees

1. Individual Entry Fees for the NRA Matches are package fees. No housing fees of any kind are included. 2. All Entry Fees Must Accompany Entry Cards, except for those organizations that have made prior arrangements with the Statistical Director. Registration Fees are NOT charged for the following: - Children under 12 years of age. - Volunteers who have been assigned by the Volunteer Coordinator. 3. Entry Fees may be paid by check, money order, NRA Award Points, American Express, Discover, VISA or MasterCard. DO NOT send cash. Organizations, which by prior arrangement have had accounts set up for them, must clear their account with the Statistical Office before leaving Camp Perry. 4. Team Fees are based on four competitors per team. 5. Non-Firing Registration: Any individual, except those individuals who are entered in any of the NRA competitive events, or Volunteers, who are present at Camp Perry, must register at the Entry Office if they will be on the Camp Perry property at any time (Coach, Captain, Administrative, Support).

NRA 3-P Smallbore Entry Fees

NRA National Individual Conv. 3-P Championship… ……$132 Junior Entry-NRA National Championship………………… $66 Any Sights Only Championship… …………………………$132 Metallic Sight Championship… ……………………………$132

2. “Retired” is someone who has not been to Perry for the past five (5) years. In addition, the “new” and returning “retired” shooters may deduct the credit from their entry fees. 3. All persons sponsoring others for credit must include both their entry card and that of the person being sponsored in the same envelope. A claim form is included in the Entry Packet and may be duplicated as necessary.

Tournament Conditions Rules

1. Current NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules, as modified within this program, shall govern allowing the most liberal conditions found in those Rules. 2. It is the competitor’s responsibility to be familiar with the Rules, all Match Director Bulletins, and the National Matches Program.

Official Bulletin Board:

The Official Bulletin Board is located at NRA Building 950. Preliminary Bulletins on all matches and all official notices will be posted on the Official Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to check the Official Bulletin Board for official notices and scores (Rule 18.11).

Firing Schedule

Wednesday, July 20, 1:30 p.m. (Practice Firing) Matches 231, 232, 233 Thursday, July 21 Matches 234, 235, 236 Friday, July 22 Matches 221, 222 Saturday, July 23

NOTE: Seniors are allowed to use any sights throughout the NRA Individual Conventional 3-Position Championship. The Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate is a separate event.

Firearms Allowed

NRA Smallbore Package Entry Fees

Ammunition:

(For competitors who enter both the National Position and the National Prone Championships)

Adult … ………………………………………… $378 Junior … ………………………………………… $189

1. Competitors are responsible for providing their own firearms. 2. Any Rifle. Rule 3.2 applies. Ammunition as defined in NRA Rule 3.17 will be allowed in the NRA National Championships.

Shooting Mats, Pads, and Artificial Shelter

Team Matches (per team)… ……………………… $42 Whistler Boy Team Match………………………… $32

1. No umbrellas or other forms of artificial shelter are permitted forward of the Ready Line. 2. A temporary firing line cover may be erected for the NRA 3-Position and Prone Championships (weather permitting).

Special Team Fees

Targets

NRA Smallbore Team Fees

Junior Teams who have won the “High Junior” in State or Regional Championships may have their National Position Team Fees reduced as follows: 25% for winning one State or Regional 50% for winning two State, Regional, or a combination of one each NOTE: A tournament Program must be presented as proof.

Smallbore Challenge Fees

Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $2 Own target, Team Matches (per challenge) … …… $8 Another team’s targets … ………………………… $12

NRA National Championship Certificate Award Discount: Competitors who have won a National Championship Certificate Award (50% off the current entry fee) at an NRA Regional Championship may claim their Credit at the Camp Perry Entry Office. Certificates over two years old will not be honored.

“WITH ME” Smallbore Entry Credits

1. An Entry Credit of $20.00 ($10.00 for juniors) will be given for each new or retired competitor that a shooter brings to compete in the NRA Smallbore Rifle matches.

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Authorized Individual Targets: A-23/5 Authorized Team Matches Targets: A-23/5.

Fired Targets

1. All fired targets will remain under control of NRA. 2. Competitors will not intentionally alter their targets in any way. 3. Competitors wishing to keep their fired targets may make a request to the Challenge Referee, building 950, after the final challenge period.

Target Changing and Handling Hanging Targets

1. Competitors are responsible for hanging their own correct targets and backers for the range and position being fired with the sighting bulls on top, and must furnish adequate clips (minimum 12, no clothes pins) with which to secure the targets to the frames. 2. A five minute period will be allowed for hanging targets. Any competitor missing the target hanging period will be recorded a “DNF” for that stage. 3. All 50 yard targets will be placed in the normal position below the Masonite on the top of the target frame so that shots fired in the sighting


bulls will not penetrate the mounting board. 4. Competitors are reminded that no one will be allowed to set up on the firing line after the 3 minute preparation period has ended. 5. Report damaged target frames to the Block Officer.

Fired Target Inspection

1. Competitors may visually inspect their own targets but may not handle their own fired targets. 2. Competitors or coaches will not use scoring devices of any kind on the fired target.

Target Handling:

Competitors will remove the target to the immediate right of their assigned target and place the fired target in a target bin located next to the target trailer behind the firing line.

Target Identification:

Provided self-adhesive labels may be used. NOTE: Rule 18.15(e). All targets and backers must be identified with only: competitor number, match number, firing point number, relay number and stage number. Pencils, ballpoint pens or permanent markers only should be used. Unidentifiable targets and backers may not be scored.

Scoring

1. Scoring Procedure: Scoring will be accomplished according to the NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules Book, Section 14. 2. Use of Scoring Devices: No competitor or Coach will use scoring devices of any kind on a target at any time. 3. Targets will be scored in the Statistical Office. 4. Target Viewing: Competitors will be able to view their scored targets in the NRA Target Viewing area., building 950.

Ties

1. Shoot-off: A shoot-off will be conducted to determine the winner of a match where an unbreakable tie exists. 2. Unbreakable Ties for 2nd, 3rd, Category, and lower will be issued duplicate awards. 3. In the case of unbreakable ties for 2nd and 3rd place, competitors concerned will both be awarded the higher prize, and be listed in competitor number sequence in the Bulletin. 4. Ties for class/category awards in matches will be broken in accordance with NRA Rules.

Squadding

1. The Special Squadding Form, available on-line, through the NRA Competitive Shooting Division Rifle Department, will be used for those competitors who wish special squadding. 2. A fee of $20.00 is assessed for each Special Squadding Form (not per competitor) submitted. 3. Application for Special Squadding does not guarantee desired firing points. 4. Squadding requests not submitted on the Special Request Form will not be considered. 5. Disabled shooters will not be charged a Special Squadding fee. 6. Competitors will be assigned to the same target throughout each Championship. 7. There will be two relays squadded for the Smallbore Rifle Championships. 8. Every effort will be made to squad the Masters together on one relay.

Electronic Devices

1. Audible timing devises are allowed. 2. Competitors are reminded that Rule 3.23 prohibits sound producing or communication devices forward of the ready line. This Rule applies to pagers, cell phones, audible timing device alarms (except hearing aids), or any other sound-producing device.

Starting Times:

All matches will begin at 8:00 a.m. unless conditions dictate a delay.

Challenge and Protest Procedures

1. Competitors and team captains wishing to make a challenge or protest are referred to NRA Rule Book, Section 16. Persons other than competitors and team captains (in team matches only) are not eligible to make challenges or protests. Also, team captains may not enter either protests or challenges for an individual competitor in an individual Challenge Period. 2. Statistical Office Challenges (see Rules 16.1 and 16.4) must be based on fired and scored target and the scores posted on the computer print out in Building 950 and made prior to the expiration of the challenge period posted for each match and aggregate. A competitor who fails to challenge within this time period forfeits the right to challenge. 3. Competitors should check the scores posted in Building 950. Any errors must be reported to the Stat Office prior to closing of the Match Challenge Period.

Challenges

1. Each competitor should check the competitor scores as they are posted on the computer printout in Building 950. Unless otherwise noted, scores posted are preliminary and do not necessarily reflect the final standings and/or awards won. 2. If you feel your score, class, or category are not correct, it is your responsibility (team captain for team matches) to report this to the Stat Office prior to the close of the posted challenge period for that match. (See Rule 18.13) Go to the Challenge Window, Building 1000, the Statistical Office. Explain the discrepancy. The Challenge will be processed and corrections made, if warranted. 3. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make certain that the scores posted are correct. Failure to check scores within the time limit will result in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge for that match. It is the Statistical Office’s responsibility to correct scores prior to the end of the final challenge period. After the final challenge period, the competitor accepts the responsibility for scores posted.

Procedures for Making Scoring Challenges

If the competitor disagrees with a shot value recorded on the fired target or posted in the preliminary bulletin, the competitor may challenge the score. Rule 16.1 will be used.

Challenge Period

1. Corrections to Preliminary Bulletins will be made at the Stat Office or in the target scoring area within the time period noted. (Rule 11.6.3) 2. Scores posted after 6 p.m. will have a challenge period closing at 7 p.m. All scores for each match will be posted at one time, not by relay. The Statistical Officer may extend the challenge period to the next day for scores posted after 7p.m.

Smallbore Challenge Fees (Award Points Are Acceptable) Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $2 Team Matches (per challenge) ……………………… $8

Early Loading

1. Rule 10.1.3: No loaded cartridge will be inserted into the rifle nor placed on the loading ramp except at the firing point and after the command “Load.” 2. Any competitor placing an unfired cartridge in the chamber or on the loading ramp before the command “Load” will be warned on the first violation, a deduction of 10 points from that stage, for the second violation, disqualified from that stage for the third violation, disqualified from the match for the fourth violation, and expelled from the National Matches on the fifth violation. 3. For Camp Perry only, the Range Officers and Referees will show a yellow card to a competitor when giving a warning of an infraction. If

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a competitor is to be penalized or disqualified, an orange card will be shown.

Protests:

All protests must be in accordance with NRA Rules 16.2, 16.2.1, 16.3, and 16.4. A $20 protest fee is charged for each protest. Protests may be filed at the NRA Statistical Office, Building 1000. All protests must be filed within the allotted challenge period. Failure to follow the proper protest procedure, Rule 16.3 and 16.4, will automatically void the protest. Protests sustained by the protest committee are fully refunded. Smallbore Competitors Meeting with the Smallbore Committee; Thursday, July 21, 5-6 p.m.

Awards & Trophies Smallbore Awards Categories Grand Aggregates Match 200

Intermediate to Junior to Sub-Junior Junior to Intermediate to Sub-Junior 2. If there are still fewer than five competitors within a class when all Junior categories within the class have been combined, the categories will be combined with the next higher class. NOTE: Competitors of lower classifications will not be combined with the Master class. 3. Awards will be provided based on the basis of the actual number of scores fired in each match.

Team Awards Distribution

NRA Team Awards are issued based on the number of authorized firing members. When provided for by the match conditions, plaques or medals will be awarded to each firing member of the team and sponsoring club or organization.

Place Awards:

Winner: $500.00 Visa Gift Card Second: $300.00 Visa Gift Card Third: $200.00 Visa Gift Card

Winner: As specified in match conditions Second: NRA silver tone medals and 9 Award Points per firing member Third: NRA bronze tone medals and 7 Award Points per firing member High Junior Team: As specified in match conditions

NRA Individual Fired Matches

Class/Category Awards:

Winner: $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Service and Civilian Class and Category Awards

1. Service and Civilian Class and Category Awards: Class and category awards will be given in all NRA individual fired and aggregate matches. 2. Competitors entering the Service or Civilian categories will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into the Service and Civilian categories. 3. Awards will be provided on the basis of five or more competitors in a class/category in the following manner: Minimum of five competitors in a class/category, one award; 15 competitors, 2 awards; 25 competitors, 3 awards; and following this procedure until the total number of competitors within a class/category is established, on the basis of one award for each 10 competitors. 4. When there are fewer than five competitors within a class/category they will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of five or more is achieved. (A) Civilian to Junior to Service (B) Junior to Civilian to Service (C) Service to Civilian to Junior 5. In no case will any competitors of lower classification be combined with the Master Class.

Junior, Intermediate Junior and Sub-Junior Class and Category Awards

1. Class and category awards will be given in all fired and aggregate matches. 2. Competitors entering the Junior, Intermediate Junior or Sub-Junior categories will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into the Junior, Intermediate Junior and Sub-Junior categories.

Class/Category Awards Fired Matches

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points 1. One award will be provided if there are 5 or more competitors in a class/category. An additional award will be provided as above. When there are fewer than five competitors within class/category, they will be combined with the other Junior categories as shown below, until a minimum of five competitors is achieved: Sub-Junior to Intermediate to Junior

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Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third and below: 8 Award Points per firing member 1. All teams will be divided into classes, and further divided into categories to determine awards as follows: NRA Affiliated Local Club (Rule 2.1l) NRA Affiliated Open Club (Rule 2.11) Junior Club (Rule 2.18) Junior Open Club (Rule 2.18) Service (Rule 2.13) State Association (Rule 2.12) State Association Junior (Rules 2.12 and 2.3) 2. Teams winning place awards are not eligible for class/category awards, but will be counted in order to compute the number of class/category awards to be made. 3. There must be two or more teams in order to establish one award in a class/category. Five teams will provide 2nd place; 8 teams, 3rd place; 13 teams, 4th place and so on until the final number of award places is established. 4. If there is only one team within a class/category, that team will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of two or more teams is achieved (A) Local Club to State Assn. to Open Club to Service to Local Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn. to Open Jr. Club (B) Open Club to Service to St. Assn. to Local Club to Open Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn to Local Jr. Club (C) State Assn. to Local Club to Open Club to Service to Jr. St. Assn. to Local Jr. Club to Open Jr. Club (D) Open Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn. to Local Jr. Club to State Assn. to Open Club to Local Club to Service (E) Open Jr. Club to Jr. St Assn to Local Jr. Club to State Assn to Open Club to Local Club to Service (F) Jr. St. Assn to Open Jr. Club to Local Jr. Club to St. Assn to Open Club to Local Club to Service (G) Service to Open Club to State Assn to Local Club to Open Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn to Local Jr. Club 5. If a total of two or more teams cannot be achieved by combining within the same class, the team involved will be moved up to the next higher class within the same category and then to the next appropriate category until the minimum of two teams is achieved. Teams of lower classification will not be combined with the Master class.


THE NATIONAL SMALLBORE RIFLE NRA 3-POSITION CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH #200 Course of Fire:

This Match is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score from Matches 201 and 202.

Awards:

National Champion: Frank Parsons Memorial Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Champion Medallion, a firearm and $500 Visa Gift Card. Second: A silver tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $300 Visa Gift Card. Third: A bronze National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $200 Visa Gift Card.

Special Awards:

Civilian Champion: Winchester Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Woman Champion: Mary C. Camp Memorial Trophy laminated plaque, gold tone National Championship Medallion, and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Senior Champion: Robert K. Moore Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Intermediate Senior Champion: RWS Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Collegiate Champion: Volunteer Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Junior Champion: Cobb Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Intermediate Junior Champion: Putman Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Sub-Junior Champion: Stark Position Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Service Champion: D. I. Boyd Memorial Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Any Sight Only Champion: An NRA Plaque. High Expert: An NRA Plaque. High Sharpshooter: An NRA Plaque. High Marksman: An NRA Plaque.

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: A $100 Visa Gift Card Second: A $50 Visa Gift Card Third: A $25 Visa Gift Card Fourth and below: A $10 Visa Gift Card Special NOTE: NCAA eligible collegiate and juniors can either accept or deny gift cards as awards.

NRA CONVENTIONAL 3-POSITION METALLIC SIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP #201 (A sub-aggregate of the National Smallbore Position Championship)

Course of Fire:

High Senior: 25 Award Points High Intermediate Senior: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Abigail J. Fong, New York, NY; Score: 1184-68X

National Championship Record:

1191-76X, Tarl Kimpley, Carson City, NV (2009)

NRA CONVENTIONAL 3-POSITION ANY SIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP #202 (A sub-aggregate of the National Smallbore Position Championship)

Course of Fire:

This Match is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores in Matches 234, 235, and 236.

Awards:

Champion: An NRA Position Championship Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: An NRA Position Championship Plaque and 25 Award Points High Senior: 25 Award Points High Intermediate Senior: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 1175-61X

National Championship Record:

1195-86X, SPC David Sprecher, USA (2008)

3-POSITION METALLIC SIGHT MATCH (PRONE) #231 Fired: Thursday, July 21

This Match is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores in Matches 231, 232, and 233. NOTE: Senior 3-Position shooters (65 years and older) may shoot through the 3-Position Championship using any sights.

Course of Fire:

Awards:

Target:

Special Awards:

Awards:

40 shots, 50 yards, prone, metallic sights (2 stages of 20 shots, each stage fired in 20 minutes.)

Champion: The Bill Krilling Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

A 5-bullseye, 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseyes are for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the4 record bullseyes.

High Woman: An NRA Position Championship Plaque and 25 Award Points High Junior: George Alves Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and 25 Award Points

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

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Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

1LT Christopher Abalo, USA; Score: 400-36X

National Championship Record:

400-39, Reya Kempley, Carson City, NV, (2008)

3-POSITION METALLIC SIGHT MATCH (STANDING) #232 Fired: Thursday, July 21

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 yards, standing, metallic sights (2 stages of 20 shots, each stage fired in 20 minutes.)

Target:

A 5-bullseye, 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is used for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Garrett Rabel, Lavernia, TX; Score: 395-17X

National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

Brian Jylkka, Hudson, NH; Score: 396-23X

National Championship Record:

398-25X, Justin Pentz, Rockton, PA (2008)

3-POSITION ANY SIGHT MATCH (PRONE) #234 Fired: Thursday, July 22

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 yards, prone, any sights (2 stages of 20 shots, each stage fired in 20 minutes.)

Target:

A 5-bullseye, 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is used for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG Shane Barnhart, USA’ Score: 400-37X

National Championship Record:

400-40X: SPC David Sprecher, USA (2008); SPC Joseph Hein, USA (2009)

3-POSITION ANY SIGHT MATCH (STANDING) #235 Fired: Thursday, July 22

395-20X: SPC Matthew Rawlings, USA (2009)

Course of Fire:

3-POSITION METALLIC SIGHT MATCH (KNEELING) #233 Fired:

Target:

Thursday, July 21

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 yards, kneeling, metallic sights (2 stages of 20 shots, each stage fired in 20 minutes.)

Target:

A 5-bullseye, 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is used for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

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40 shots, 50 yards, standing, any sights (2 stages of 20 shots, each stage fired in 20 minutes.) A 5-bullseye, 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is used for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Lisette Grunwell-Lacy, Old Lyme, NY; Score: 386-10X

National Championship Record:

397-22X, Reya Kempley, Carson city, NV (2008)


3-POSITION ANY SIGHT MATCH (KNEELING) #236 Fired: Thursday, July 22

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 yards, kneeling, any sights (2 stages of 20 shots, each stage fired in 20 minutes.)

Target:

A 5-bullseye, 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is used for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Douglas C. Mcallister, III; Score: 393-14X

National Championship Record:

400-31X, Michelle Bohren, Taylor, MI (2009)

3-POSITION METALLIC SIGHT TEAM MATCH #221 Fired: Saturday, July 23

Open To:

Four-man Teams

3-POSITION ANY SIGHT TEAM MATCH #222 Fired: Saturday, July 23

Open To:

Four-man Teams

Target:

A 5-bullseye 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of three positions per shooter.

Course of Fire:

20 shots in each position (prone, standing and kneeling) with any sights, for each firing member; Rule 8.3(a) will be used. All Team Members will fire at the same time.

Awards:

Winner: Six Caswell Trophy laminated plaques, $20 Visa Gift Card to each team firing member. Second: NRA Silver Tone Medals Third: NRA Bronze Tone Medals High Junior Team: Six Miniature Caswell Trophy laminated plaques.

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third and below: 8 Award Points per firing member

2010 Winner:

CSRRA Gold; Score: 2325-85X

National Championship Record: 2377-142X: U.S. Army “Blue” (2009)

2010 Smallbore 3-Position Championship Winners Match 200 National Smallbore Rifle 3-Position Championship

Target:

A 5-bullseye 50 yard, A-23 target will be used for each of three positions per shooter.

Course of Fire:

20 shots in each position (prone, standing and kneeling) with metallic sights, for each firing member; Rule 8.3(a) will be used. All Team Members will fire at the same time.

Awards:

Winner: Six Hercules Trophy laminated plaques, $20 Visa Gift Card to each team firing member. Second: NRA Silver Tone Medals Third: NRA Bronze Tone Medals High Junior Team: Six Hercules Trophy laminated plaques.

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third and below: 8 Award Points per firing member

2010 Winner:

TSRA Jr. Gold; Score: 2347-117X

National Championship Record: 2361-132X; USAMU “Blue” (2009)

National Champion: SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 2358-126X Civilian Champion: Amanda E. Luoma; Score: 2349-113X Service Champion: SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 2358-126X Woman Champion: Amanda E. Luome; Score: 2349-113X Senior Champion: Ronald F. Durcholz; Score: 2289-76X Intermediate Senior Champion: Steven R. Kern; Score: 2315-95X Collegiate Champion: Abigail J. Fong; Score: 2334-119X Junior Champion: Amanda E. Luoma; Score: 2349-113X

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Intermediate Junior Champion: Megan M. Lee; Score: 2343-93X Sub-Junior Champion: Elizabeth Tallberg; Score: 2332-100X Any Sight Only Champion: Sarah K. Elzer; Score: 2291-59X National Championship Record: 2378-141X: SPC Joseph Hein, USA (2009)

Previous National Smallbore 3-Position Champions 2010-SSG Shane Barnhart, USA 2009- SPC Joseph Hein, USA 2008-SPC George Norton, USA 2007-SGT Shane M. Barnhart, USA 2006-MAJ Michael E. Anti, USA 2005-SGT Shane M. Barnhart, USA 2004-Jeffrey S. Doerschler 2003-MAJ Michael E. Anti; USA 2002-SPC Shane M. Barnhart; USA 2001-Tray Bassham; USA 2000-SSG Lance Hopper; USA 1999-SSG Troy Bassham; USA 1998-SSG Troy Bassham; USA 1997-MAJ Steve C. Goff; USA 1996-CPT Webster M. Wright III; USA 1995-CPL Kenneth A. Johnson; USA 1994-CPT Michael E. Anti; USA 1993-MAJ James E. Meredith; USA 1992-Lones W. Wigger, Jr. 1991-Lones W. Wigger, Jr. 1990-MAJ James E. Meredith; USA 1989-SP4 Thomas A. Tamas; USA 1988-Lones W. Wigger, Jr.

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1987-SSG Karen E. Monez; USAR 1986-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1985-Carl R. Bernosky 1984-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1983-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1982-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1981-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1980-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1979-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1978-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1977-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1976-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1975-1LT Robert A. Gustin, Jr.; USA 1974-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1973-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1972-CW03 David I. Boyd II; USMC 1971-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1970-1LT John H. Writer; USA 1969-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1968-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1967-1LT Gary L. Anderson; ARNG 1966-CPT Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1965-CPT Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1964-CPT Presley W. Kendall; USA 1963-1LT Lones W. Wigger, Jr; USA 1962-CPT Tommy G. Pool; USA 1961-1LT Tommy G. Pool; USA 1960-Sgt Alan M. Dapp; USMCR 1959-1LT John R. Foster; USA 1958-CPT Arthur E. Cook; USAFR 1957-CPT Arthur E. Cook; USAFR


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A L N M O I A T

2011 NRA National Smallbore Prone Championships

Team Eligibility and Requirements

1. In NRA matches no more than one (1) Service competitor (Rules 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7) may be a member of a team representing an NRA Affiliated Local Club, Open Club, or State Association Team. All firing members of junior teams must be juniors. 2. Teams may enter under the following Rules: Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, and 2.18. Junior State Association Teams may enter provided that all firing members are eligible under Rules 2.12, 2.3, 2.3.1, or 2.3.2. A person not a State Association member may serve as a non-firing coach. 3 .Smallbore Team Entries: Team captains must purchase team cards and completely fill out the one marked “Official Copy”. There are two Position Team Matches, one Whistler Boy team match, and two Prone Team Matches. Smallbore teams will be pre-squadded. “Official” Team Score Cards must be returned to the Entry Office before team entry closing time. Team captains are responsible for submitting complete and accurate team entries. Where there is only one junior team in a class/category, they will be combined in accordance with the National Matches Program until a minimum of two teams is reached in an award category. If there are no other junior teams entered, they will be combined with adult teams in the appropriate class/category. Combining schemes are listed in the program.

Competitor Classifications

1. Temporary Classifications: Rule 19.14, may not be used 2. Assigned Classifications: Rule 19.6, may be used. 3. All competitors who do not hold an NRA Official Classification, either in the type of competition being fired, or an Assigned Classification according to Rules 19.6, 19.16, 19.17, 19.21, will be placed in the Master class. 4. Competitors may be required to present an Official NRA Classification Card at the Entry Office before picking up their competitor packet.

Competitor Regular Awards Categories

1. All junior or collegiate competitors in the Service must compete in the Service category and pay the standard service entry fees. Collegiate competitors competing in the Service category will still be eligible for Special Awards in the aggregates and National Championships. Junior competitors competing in the Service category will not be eligible for junior awards. 2. Special Awards to junior or collegiate competitors are as stated in this program. 3. Competitors may not change from one Regular Award category to another during any one phase of the National Championships. Special NOTE: A competitor may enter only one Regular Award category NOTE: All juniors are eligible to win High Civilian.

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Juniors may compete as juniors in either Individual or Team competition at the NRA National Position Matches, provided they meet the following criteria: 1. Comply with Rule 2.3 Junior, 2.3.1 Intermediate Junior, and 2.3.2 SubJunior. 2. Individuals who have National Guard, Reserve or Active Duty status and receive support (as defined in Rule 2.2) may not compete as juniors.

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1. Special Awards - Will be made as specified in Match conditions. In order for a competitor to be included in any Special Awards category for which he/she may be eligible, the appropriate Special Awards category MUST be indicated on the Entry Card. Competitors may be eligible for more than one special category. Mark all Special Awards categories for which you are eligible. 2. Collegiate Competitors who met all requirements of Rule 2.8 during the 2010-2011 academic years or received Bachelor’s degrees in the spring of 2010 are considered to be collegiate competitors for this year’s Championships. 3. National Championship Records (not NRA National Records) Competitors breaking existing National Championship Records will be recognized with a National Championship Record Certificate. 4. Woman, Senior (65 years or older), Intermediate Senior (55 thru 64 years), and Collegiate. 5. Anyone entering only the Prone 2 day (metallic or any sight) event will not be eligible for the Championship Aggregate. (Rule 1.7.l)

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4. Except as noted in specific match conditions, competitors will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into categories as follows: • Civilian - Competitors as defined by Rules 2.2 and 2.4 (Police) are considered to be Civilians for Smallbore Rifle competition. • Service - Rules 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7 • Junior - Rule 2.3 • Intermediate Junior - Rule 2.3.1 • Sub - Junior-Rule 2.3.2

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The National Conventional Prone Smallbore Rifle Championship is open to all shooters. Membership in the NRA is not required, but highly recommended. Competitors who are not NRA members are not eligible for National Record recognition.

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Entry Closing Dates

Entries must be mailed in time to arrive at Camp Perry before the closing date. NOTE: The postmark will not be used to determine whether or not an entry makes the closing deadline. NOTE: Closing dates for online entries are different than the closing dates for mail in entries. NOTE: The NRA Entry Office, new Building 950, will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. every day except individual entry day.

Prone Smallbore Entry Closing Dates

On-site & Mail-in entries… ……………… Sat, July 16 Online Entries … ………… Thurs, July 14 (Midnight) NRA Prone Team Entries… …… Tues, July 26 (3 p.m.)

Team Requirements Team Entry Procedure

1. All Team entries must be made at Camp Perry and may not be made by advance entry. 2. Individuals not firing on teams or acting as a non-firing captain or coach, and who are not entered in individual NRA Matches, must register in advance for the phase concerned using a regular entry card. Competitor numbers will be issued and special competitor packets made upon request for individuals in this status.

Fees

NOTE: The NRA Entry Office, Building 950, will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. every day except individual entry day.

Entry Fees

1. Individual Entry Fees for the NRA Matches are package fees. No housing fees of any kind are included. 2. All entry fees must accompany entry cards, except for those organiza-

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tions that have made prior arrangements with the Statistical Director. Registration Fees are NOT charged for the following: - Children under 12 years of age. - Volunteers who have been assigned by the Volunteer Coordinator. 3. Entry fees may be paid by check, money order, NRA Award Points, American Express, Discover, VISA or MasterCard. DO NOT send cash. Organizations, which by prior arrangement have had accounts set up for them, must clear their account with the Statistical Office before leaving Camp Perry. 4. Team fees are based on four competitors per team. 5. Non-Firing Registration: Any individual, except those individuals who are entered in any of the NRA competitive events, or Volunteers, who are present at Camp Perry, must register at the Entry Office if they will be on the Camp Perry property at any time (Coach, Captain, Administrative, Support).

NRA Prone Smallbore Entry Fees

NRA National Adult Prone Championship… …… $272 Metallic Sight Championship (2 days)… ………… $158 Any Sight Championship (2 days) … ………… $158 Junior Entry Prone Championship… …………… $136 Metallic Sight Championship (2 days)… ………… $79 Any Sight Championship (2 days) … ………… $79 Any Sights Only Championship (4800 Agg)……… $272

NOTE: Competitors entering only the Prone Two Day (metallic or any sight event will not be eligible for the Championship Aggregate. Rule 1.7 (1)).

NRA Smallbore Package Entry Fees

(For competitors who enter both the National Position and the National Prone Championships)

Adult… …………………………………………… $378 Junior… ………………………………………… $189

NRA Smallbore Team Fees

Team Matches (per team) … …………………… $42 Whistler Boy Team Match………………………… $32

Special Team Fees

Junior Teams that have won the “High Junior” in State or Regional Championships may have their National Position Team Fees reduced as follows: 25% for winning one State or Regional 50% for winning two State, Regional, or a combination of one each. NOTE: A tournament Program must be presented as proof.

Smallbore Challenge Fees

Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $2 Team Matches (per challenge)… …………………… $8

“WITH ME” Smallbore Entry Credits

1. An Entry Credit of $20.00 ($10.00 for juniors) will be given for each new or retired competitor a shooter brings to compete in the NRA Smallbore Rifle matches. 2. “Retired” is someone who has not been to Perry for the past five (5) years. In addition, the “new” and returning “retired” shooter may deduct the credit from their entry fees. 3. All persons sponsoring others for credit must include both their entry card and that of the person being sponsored in the same envelope. A claim form is included in the Entry Packet and may be duplicated as necessary.

Tournament Conditions Rules

1. Current NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules, as modified within this program, shall govern allowing the most liberal conditions found in those Rules.

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2. It is the competitor’s responsibility to be familiar with the Rules, all Match Director Bulletins, and the National Matches Program.

Official Bulletin Board:

The Official Bulletin Board is located at the NRA Building. Preliminary Bulletins on all matches and all official notices will be posted on the Official Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to check the Official Bulletin Board for official notices and scores (Rule 18.11).

Match Firing Schedule

Saturday, July 23, 1:30 p.m. (Practice Firing) Matches 331, 332, 333 Sunday, July 24 Matches 335, 336, 337 Monday, July 25 Matches 321, 322, 323 Tuesday, July 26 Matches 339, 340, 341 Wednesday, July 27 Matches 343, 344, 345 Thursday, July 28

Firearms Allowed

1. Competitors are responsible for providing their own firearms. 2. Rule 3.2. Any Rifle applies

Ammunition:

Ammunition as defined in NRA Rule 3.17 will be allowed in the NRA National Championships.

Shooting Mats, Pads, and Artificial Shelter

1. No umbrellas or other forms of artificial shelter are permitted forward of the Ready Line. 2. A temporary firing line cover may be erected for the NRA Prone Championships.

Targets

Authorized Individual Targets: A-23/5, A-26, and A-25 Authorized Team Matches Targets: A-23/5 and A-25

Fired Targets

1. All fired targets will remain under control of NRA. 2. Competitors will not intentionally alter their targets in any way. 3. Competitors wishing to keep their fired targets may make a request to the Challenge Referee after the final challenge period.

Target Changing and Handling Hanging Targets

1. Competitors are responsible for hanging their own correct targets and backers for the range and position being fired with the sighting bulls on top, and must furnish adequate clips (minimum 12, no clothes pins) with which to secure the targets to the frames. 2. A five minute period will be allowed for hanging targets. Any competitor missing the target hanging period will be recorded a “DNF” for that stage. 3. All 50 yard and 50 meter targets will be placed in the normal position below the Masonite on the top of the target frame so that shots fired in the sighting bulls will not penetrate the mounting board. 4. Competitors are reminded that no one will be allowed to set up on the firing line after the 3-minute preparation period has ended. 5. Report damaged target frames to the Block Officer.

Fired Target Inspection

1. Competitors may visually inspect their own targets but may not handle their own fired targets.


2. Competitors or coaches will not place scoring devices of any kind on the fired target.

Target Handling:

Competitors will remove the target to the immediate right of their assigned target and place the fired target in a target bin located next to the target trailer behind the firing line.

Target Identification:

Provided self-adhesive labels may be used. NOTE: Rule 18.15(e). All targets and backers must be identified with only: competitor number, match number, firing point number, relay number and stage number. Pencils, ballpoint pens or permanent markers only should be used. Unidentifiable targets and backers may not be scored.

Scoring

1. Scoring Procedure: Scoring will be according to the NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules Book, Section 14. 2. Targets will be scored In The Statistical Office. 3. Target Viewing: Competitors will be able to view their scored targets in the NRA Target Viewing area, bldg 950.

Ties

1. Shoot-off: A shoot-off will be conducted to determine the winner of a match where an unbreakable tie exists. 2. Unbreakable Ties for 2nd, 3rd, Category, and Lower 3. In the case of unbreakable ties for 2nd and 3rd place, competitors concerned will both be awarded the higher prize, and be listed in competitor number sequence in the Bulletin. 4. Ties for class/category awards in matches will be broken in accordance with NRA Rules through 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in class category; the highest prize will be given to each competitor concerned. Tie scores below 3rd place will not be broken and ranked, except when necessary to separate the last award authorized.

Squadding

1. The Special Squadding Form, available on-line, through the NRA Competitive Shooting Division Rifle Department, will be used for those competitors who wish special squadding. 2. A fee of $20.00 is assessed for each Special Squadding Form (not per competitor) submitted. 3. Application for Special Squadding does not guarantee desired firing points. 4. Squadding requests not submitted on the Special Squadding Request Form will not be honored. 5. Disabled shooters will not be charged a Special Squadding fee. 6. Competitors will be assigned to the same target throughout each Championship. 7. There will be two relays squadded for the Smallbore Rifle Championships. 8. Every effort will be made to squad Masters together on one relay.

Electronic Devices

1. Audible timing devises are allowed. 2. Competitors are reminded that Rule 3.23 prohibits sound producing or communication devices forward of the ready line. This Rule applies to pagers, cell phones, or any other sound-producing device except hearing aids.

Starting Times:

All matches will start at 8:00 a.m. unless conditions dictate a delay.

Challenge and Protest Procedures

1. Competitors and team captains wishing to make a challenge or protest are referred to the NRA Rule Book, Section 16. Persons other than competitors and team captains (in team matches only) are not eligible

to make challenges or protests. Also, team captains may not enter either protests or challenges for an individual competitor in an individual Challenge Period. 2. Statistical Office Challenges (see Rules 16.1 and 16.4) must be based on fired and scored targets and the scores posted on the computer print out in Building 950. Challenges must be made prior to the expiration of the Challenge Period posted for each match and aggregate. A competitor who fails to challenge within this time period forfeits the right to challenge. 3. Competitors should check the scores posted in Building 950 to verify. Any errors must be reported to the Stat Office prior to closing of the match challenge period.

Challenges

1. Each competitor should check the competitor scores as they are posted on the computer printout in Building 950. Unless otherwise noted, scores posted are preliminary and do not necessarily reflect the final standings and/or awards won. 2. If you feel your score, class, or category are not correct, it is your responsibility (team captain for team matches) to report this to the Stat Office prior to the close of the posted challenge period for that match. (See Rule 18.13). Go to the Challenge Window in Building 1000, the Statistical Office. Complete a challenge card & pay the challenge fee. The Challenge will be processed in the target hanging area by a Challenge Referee and corrections made if warranted. 3. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make certain that the scores posted are correct. Failure to check scores within the time limit will result in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge for that match. It is the Statistical Office’s responsibility to correct scores prior to the end of the final challenge period. After the final challenge period, the competitor accepts the responsibility for scores posted.

Procedures for Making Scoring Challenges:

If the competitor disagrees with a shot value recorded on the fired target or posted in the Preliminary Bulletin, the competitor may challenge the score. Rule 16.1 must be used.

Challenge Period

1. Corrections to Preliminary Bulletins will be made at the Stat Office or in the Target Scoring Area within the time period noted. (Rule 11.6.3) 2. Matches posted after 6 p.m. will have a posted challenge period closing at 7 p.m. With any matches posted after 7 p.m., the Statistical Office may continue the challenge period until 9 a.m. the following day. All scores for each match will be posted at one time, not by relay.

Smallbore Challenge Fees (Award Points Are Acceptable) Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $2 Team Matches (per challenge) ……………………… $8

Protests:

All protests must be in accordance with NRA Rules 16.2, 16.2.1, 16.3, and 16.4. A $20 protest fee is charged for each protest. Protests may be filed at the NRA Statistical Office, Building 1000. All protests must be filed within the allotted challenge period. Failure to follow the proper protest procedure, Rule 16.3 and 16.4, will automatically void the protest. Protests sustained by the protest committee are fully refunded.

Early Loading

1. Rule 10.1.3: No loaded cartridge will be inserted into the rifle nor placed on the loading ramp except at the firing point and after the command “Load.” 2. Any competitor placing an unfired cartridge in the chamber, or on the loading ramp command “Load” will be warned on the first violation, a deduction of 10 points from that stage, for the second violation, disqualified from that stage for the third violation, disqualified from the match for the fourth violation, and expelled from the National Matches on the fifth violation.

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3. For Camp Perry only, the Range Officers and Referees will show a yellow card to a competitor when giving a warning of an infraction. If a competitor is to be penalized or disqualified, an orange card will be shown.

Smallbore Rifle Competitors Meeting:

All NRA members are encouraged to attend and contribute to the proceedings. The competitors meetings will take place from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, July 26.

Awards & Trophies Smallbore Awards Categories Grand Aggregates Match 300 Winner: $500.00 Visa Gift Card Second: $300.00 Visa Gift Card Third: $200.00 Visa Gift Card

NRA Individual Fired Matches Winner: $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Service and Civilian Class and Category Awards

1. Service and Civilian Class and Category Awards Class and Category Awards will be given in all NRA individual fired and aggregate matches. 2. Competitors entering the Service or Civilian categories will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into the Service and Civilian categories. 3. Awards will be provided on the basis of 5 or more competitors in a class/category in the following manner: Minimum of five competitors in a class/category, one award; 15 competitors, 2 awards; 25 competitors, 3 awards; and following this procedure until the total number of competitors within a class/category is established, on the basis of one award for each 10 competitors. 4. When there are fewer than five competitors within a class/category they will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of five or more is achieved. (A) Civilian to Junior to Service (B) Junior to Civilian to Service (C) Service to Civilian to Junior 5. In no case will any competitors of lower classification be combined with the Master Class.

Junior, Intermediate Junior and Sub-Junior Class and Category Awards

1. Class and category awards will be given in all fired and aggregate matches 2. Competitors entering the Junior, Intermediate Junior or Sub-Junior categories will be divided into classes and those classes further divided into the Junior, Intermediate Junior and Sub-Junior categories

Class/Category Awards Fired Matches

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points 1. One award will be provided if there are five or more competitors in a class/category. An additional award will be provided as above. When there are fewer than five competitors within class/category, they will be combined with the other Junior categories as shown below, until a minimum of five competitors is achieved. (A) Sub-Junior to Intermediate to Junior (B) Intermediate to Junior to Sub-Junior (C) Junior to Intermediate to Sub-Junior 2. If there are still fewer than five competitors within a class when all

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Junior categories within the class have been combined, the categories will be combined with the next higher class. NOTE: Competitors of lower classifications will not be combined with the Master class. 3. Awards will be provided based on the basis of the actual number of scores fired in each match.

Foreign Visitors

1. The Dick Danik Memorial Plaque will be awarded to the high scoring foreign visitor. Foreign visitors are eligible for all awards. 2. First through third place and Special Awards (Civilian Champion, Woman Champion, Senior Champion, Intermediate Senior Champion, Collegiate Champion, Junior Champion, Intermediate Junior Champion, Sub-Junior Champion, and Service Champion) for Match 300 may be won by any competitor. NOTE: Competitors of lower classifications will not be combined with the Master class. 3. Awards will be provided based on the basis of the actual number of scores fired in each match.

Team Awards Distribution:

NRA Team Awards are issued based on the number of authorized firing members. When provided for by the match conditions, plaques or medals will be awarded to each firing member of the team and sponsoring club or organization.

Place Awards:

Winner: As specified in match conditions Second: NRA silver tone medals and 9 Award Points per firing member Third: NRA bronze tone medals and 7 Award Points per firing member High Junior Team: As specified in match conditions

Class/Category Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third and below: 8 Award Points per firing member 1. All teams will be divided into classes, and further divided into categories to determine awards as follows: NRA Affiliated Local Club (Rule 2.1l) NRA Affiliated Open Club (Rule 2.11) Junior Club (Rule 2.18) Junior Open Club (Rule 2.18) Service (Rule 2.13) State Association (Rule 2.12) State Association Junior (Rules 2.12 and 2.3) 2. Teams winning place awards are not eligible for class/category awards, but will be counted in order to compute the number of class/category awards to be made. 3. There must be two or more teams in order to establish one award in a class/category. Five teams will provide 2nd place; 8 teams, 3rd place; 13 teams, 4th place and so on until the final number of award places is established. 4. If there is only one team within a class/category, that team will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of two or more teams is achieved (A) Local Club to State Assn. to Open Club to Service to Local Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn. to Open Jr. Club (B) Open Club to Service to St. Assn. to Local Club to Open Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn to Local Jr. Club (C) State Assn. to Local Club to Open Club to Service to Jr. St. Assn. to Local Jr. Club to Open Jr. Club (D) Open Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn. to Local Jr. Club to State Assn. to Open Club to Local Club to Service (E) Open Jr. Club to Jr. St Assn to Local Jr. Club to State Assn to Open Club to Local Club to Service (F) Jr. St. Assn to Open Jr. Club to Local Jr. Club to St. Assn to Open Club to Local Club to Service


(G) Service to Open Club to State Assn to Local Club to Open Jr. Club to Jr. St. Assn to Local Jr. Club 5. If a total of two or more teams cannot be achieved by combining within the same class, the team involved will be moved up to the next higher class within the same category and then to the next appropriate category until the minimum of two teams is achieved. Teams of lower classification will not be combined with the Master Class.

Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate

1. Individuals who desire to shoot using only any sights may do so in a special aggregate, the Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate. 2. Competitors who compete in the Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate will compete throughout Match 301 (Championship Metallic Sights Match) within the Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate (One award for each five competitors will be awarded for the aggregate of the first two days competition). 3. Any Sights Only Civilian Competitors will become part of Match 302 (Championship Any Sight Aggregate) and will compete with the Championship competition. 4. Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate competitors will be eligible for any awards within Match 302, and are not eligible for awards in Match 300 (National Championship Aggregate). 5. One award for each five competitors will be awarded for the overall Any Sights Only Civilian Aggregate. No award will be made for less than five competitors. 6. Any Sights Only Civilian competitors are not eligible for an NRA Distinguished Rifleman Step.

Place Awards:

Winner: The Marianne Jensen Driver Memorial Trophy laminated plaque will be awarded to the highest scoring Any Sights Only Civilian Competitor regardless of the number of competitors.

NATIONAL SMALLBORE RIFLE PRONE CHAMPIONSHIP #300 Course of Fire:

This Match is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score from Matches 301 and 302.

Awards:

National Champion: Critchfield Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $500 Visa Gift Card. Second: A silver tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $300 Visa Gift Card. Third: A bronze National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $200 Visa Gift Card.

Special Awards:

Civilian Champion: William P. Schweitzer Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion, and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Woman Champion: Remington Trophy laminated plaque, gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Senior Champion: Sam Bond Memorial Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Intermediate Senior Champion: The Black Hawk Rifle Club Trophy laminated plaque, gold tone National Championship Medallion and a$50 Visa Gift Card. Collegiate Champion: Austin Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Junior Champion: Whittington Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Intermediate Junior Champion: Stark Prone Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Sub-Junior Champion: Joseph P. Glaab Memorial Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone National Championship Medallion and a $50 Vias Gift Card. Service Champion: John J. Grubar Trophy laminated plaque, a gold tone

National Championship Medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Any Sight Only Champion: Marianne Jensen Driver Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Expert: Charlie Rogers Memorial Trophy laminated plaque. High Sharpshooter: An NRA Plaque. High Marksman: An NRA Plaque. High Visitor: Dick Danik Memorial Trophy laminated plaque. NCAA eligible collegiate and juniors can either accept or deny gift cards as awards.

Class and Category Awards: Winner: $100 Visa Gift Card Second: $50 Visa Gift Card Third: $25 Visa Gift Card Fourth & below: $10 Visa Gift Card

PRONE METALLIC SIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP #301 (A sub-aggregate of the National Smallbore Prone Championship)

Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 311 and 312

Awards:

Champion: Hoppe Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: Peters Cartridge Company Trophy laminated and 25 Award Points High Senior: Walter Tomsen Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and 25 Award Points High Intermediate Senior: Sam Gates Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Charles P. Kemp, Mobile, AL; Score: 2396-163X

National Championship Record: 2396-163X, Charles P. Kemp (2010)

PRONE ANY SIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP #302 (A sub-aggregate of the National Smallbore Prone Championship)

Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 313 and 314.

Awards:

Champion: U.S. Cartridge Company Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: Western Cartridge Company Trophy laminated plaque and 25 Award Points High Senior: Robert H. Plimpton Trophy laminated plaque and 25 Award Points High Intermediate Senior: Frank Boyd Trophy laminated plaque and 25 Award Points

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Class and Category Awards: Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 2397-179X

National Championship Record:

2400-224X, SSG Shane Barnhart, USA (2009)

DEWAR COURSE METALLIC SIGHT MATCH #331 Fired: Sunday, July 24

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, 20 shots, 50 yds., 20 shots, 100 yds.

Targets:

A 5-bullseye 50 yd. A-23/5 target and a 3-bullseye 100 yd. A25 target will be used. The top bullseye of each is to be used for sighters. 5 record shots per bullseye at 50 yds. And 10 record shots per bullseye at 100 yds.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

David J. Cramer, Aliquippa, PA; Score: 400-36X

National Championship Record:

400-38X; Ronald West (1978); MAJ Presley Kendall, ARNG (1980); David J. Cramer (1997); LTC Robert Harbison, USA (2007)

100 YARD METALLIC SIGHT MATCH #332 Fired: Sunday, July 24

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 100 yds., metallic sights.

Target:

A 3-bullseye 100 yd A-25 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is used for sighting shots and 10 shots will be fired at each of the record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Jim R. Ward, Sussex; Score: 400-28X

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National Championship Record:

400-38X, SSG Thomas J. Whitaker, USAF (1968)

50 METER METALLIC SIGHT MATCH #333 Fired: Sunday, July 24

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 meters, metallic sights.

Target:

A 5-bullseye 50 meter A-26 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 400-32X

National Championship Record:

400-40X, SP5 Mary E. Stidworthy, ARNG (1981)

1ST DAILY 1200 AGGREGATE #311 Course of Fire: An aggregate of Matches 331, 332, and 333.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Eitan Barazani, Los Alamitos, CA; Score: 1198-95X

National Championship Record: 1198-95X, Eitan Barazani (2010)

DEWAR COURSE METALLIC SIGHT MATCH #335 Fired: Monday, July 25

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, 20 shots, 50 yds., 20 shots, 100 yds.

Targets:

A 5-bullseye 50 yd. A-23/5 target and a 3-bullseye 100 yd. A25 target will be used. The top bullseye of each is to be used for sighters. 5 record shots per bullseye at 50 yds. And 10 record shots per bullseye at 100 yds.


Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Charles P. Kemp, Mobile, AL; Score: 400-35X

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

An aggregate of Matches 335, 336 and 337.

Claudia Duksa, Briston, CT; Score: 400-34X

National Championship Record: See Match 331

100 YARD METALLIC SIGHT MATCH #336 Fired:

See Match 333

2ND DAILY 1200 AGGREGATE #312 Course of Fire: Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

40 shots, 100 yds., metallic sights.

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

Target:

2010 Winner:

Monday, July 25

Course of Fire:

A 3-bullseye 100 yd A-25 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 10 shots will be fired at each of the record bullseyes.

Awards:

Boyd D. Goldsby, England, AR; Score: 1199-89X

National Championship Record: See Match 311

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

METALLIC SIGHT TEAM MATCH #321 Fired:

Class and Category Awards:

Course of Fire:

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Bart T. Parnall, Charleston, SC; Score: 400-29X

National Championship Record: See Match 332

50 METER METALLIC SIGHT MATCH #337 Fired: Monday, July 25

Tuesday, July 26

Dewar Course, metallic sights, team time: rule 8.3(a) will be used. Teams will fire in one relay

Targets:

A-23, A-25

Awards:

Winner: Six American Dewar Trophy laminated plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each team firing member. Second: NRA Silver Tone Medals Third: NRA Bronze Tone Medals High Junior Team: Six American Dewar Trophy laminated plaques

Class and Category Award:

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 meters, metallic sights.

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third and below: 8 Award Points

Target:

2010 Winner:

A 5-bullseye 50 meter A-26 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Black Hawk Chiefs; Score: 1596-104X

National Championship Record: 1600-128X; USAMU Intl Blue (1984)

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

ANY SIGHT TEAM MATCH #322 Fired:

Class and Category Awards:

Course of Fire:

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points

Tuesday, July 26, immediately following Metallic Sight Team Match Dewar Course, any sights, team time: rule 8.3(a) will be used. Teams will fire in one relay.

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Targets:

A-23, A-25

Awards:

Winner: Six Officers Reserve Trophy laminated plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each team firing member. Second: NRA Silver Tone Medals Third: NRA Bronze Tone Medals High Junior Team: Six Officers Reserve Trophy laminated plaques

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Douglas E. Mentlik, Glen Rock, PA; Score: 400-29X

Class and Category Award:

National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

50 METER ANY SIGHT MATCH #341 Fired:

National Championship Record:

Course of Fire:

DEWAR COURSE ANY SIGHT MATCH #339 Fired:

Target:

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third and below: 8 Award Points

USAMU Strike Force Blue; Score: 1600-124X 1600-149X, Stinknik Gentlemen (1976)

Wednesday, July 27

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, 20 shots, 50 yds., 20 shots, 100 yds.

Targets:

A 5-bullseye 50 yd. A-23/5 target and a 3-bullseye 100 yd. A25 target will be used. The top bullseye of each is to be used for sighters. 5 record shots per bullseye at 50 yds. And 10 record shots per bullseye at 100 yds.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

400-40X: Ransford D. Triggs (1968); GYSGT Dennis E. Ghiselli, USMC (1987)

Wednesday, July 27

40 shots, 50 meters, any sights. A 5-bullseye 50 meter A-26 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Kevin R. Nevius, Gibsonburg, OH; Score: 400-33X

National Championship Record: 400-40X+20X: Herb Hollister (1976)

2010 Winner:

3RD DAILY 1200 AGGREGATE #313 Course of Fire:

National Championship Record:

Awards:

Mark A. Delcotto, Lexington, KY; Score: 400-34X 400-40X+10X: Baron V. Whately (1984)

100 YARD ANY SIGHT MATCH #340 Fired: Wednesday, July 27

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 100 yds., any sights.

Target:

A 3-bullseye 100 yd A-25 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 10 shots will be fired at each of the record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

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An aggregate of Matches 339, 340 and 341. Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 1198-82X

National Championship Record:

1200-114X, SSG Shane Barnhart, USA (2009)


DEWAR COURSE ANY SIGHT MATCH #343 Fired: Thursday, July 28

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, 20 shots, 50 yds., 20 shots, 100 yds.

Targets:

A 5-bullseye 50 yd. A-23/5 target and a 3-bullseye 100 yd. A25 target will be used. The top bullseye of each is to be used for sighters. 5 record shots per bullseye at 50 yds. And 10 record shots per bullseye at 100 yds.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

Target:

A 5-bullseye 50 meter A-26 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 5 shots will be fired at each of the 4 record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

William E. Neff, Parsippany, NJ; Score: 400-37X

National Championship Record: See Match 341

2010 Winner:

4TH DAILY 1200 AGGREGATE #314 Course of Fire:

National Championship Record:

Awards:

Ross Ewert, Burnsville, MN; Score: 400-34X See Match 339

100 YARD ANY SIGHT MATCH #344 Fired: Thursday, July 28

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 100 yds., any sights.

Target:

A 3-bullseye 100 yd A-25 target will be used for each of 2 stages. The top bullseye is for sighting shots and 10 shots will be fired at each of the record bullseyes.

Awards:

Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

An aggregate of Matches 343, 344 and 345. Winner: A $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Kevin R. Nevius, Gibsonburg, OH; Score: 1199-97X

National Championship Record: See Match 313

WHISTLER BOY SMALLBORE TEAM MATCH #323 Fired: Tuesday, July 26, 7:30 a.m.

Open To:

SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 400-32X

Teams of two Juniors only. (NRA Rules 2.3, 2.10, 2.11, 2.12 and 2.20.) The requirements for a team coach to comply with Rules 2.3, 2.11, 2.12 and 2.20 are waived. All members, firing and non-firing, must be registered with the Statistical Office. If a Whistler Boy Team represents a State Association, the name of the state must be used in the name of the team. Club names may only be used by teams representing Junior Clubs.

National Championship Record:

Eligibility:

50 METER ANY SIGHT MATCH #345 Fired:

Team Entry:

2010 Winner:

See Match 340

Thursday, July 28

Course of Fire:

40 shots, 50 meters, any sights.

Each firing member must be a JUNIOR (Rules 2.3, 2.3.1 & 2.3.2) who is classified (temporary classification is not allowed) and registered with the Statistical Office. Non-firing captains and coaches need not be Juniors. Entry for this team must be made at the Camp Perry Entry Office, Building 950, no later than Monday, July, 25, 4 p.m.

Briefing:

A mandatory briefing will be conducted in the Camp Perry theater at 7 p.m. on Sunday, July 24, in Hough Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Bring any

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questionable items of equipment to the briefing for checking immediately following the briefing. This will be the only equipment check done for the Whistler Boy competitors.

Course of Fire:

Each team will be assigned two firing points for the match. The match will be fired straight through without a break. Stage 1: 20 shots in each position (prone, standing and kneeling) with metallic sights for each firing member; A- 50 target, Rule 8.2(c) will be used. Stage 2: Metric Dewar Course, metallic sights, A-50 and A-33 targets will be used.

Awards:

To the winning team, three NRA Whistler Boy Trophy laminated plaques. Note: When purchasing Whistler Boy team cards, team captains will be required to indicate, on the team card, which category their team is; State Association or Club Team, before receiving their team cards. (Each firing member must be a member of that Club or State Association as indicated on the team card.)

Equipment:

aggregate will be invited to shoot on the U.S. Dewar Team. Candidates are responsible to attend the team meeting after cease fire (2nd day, place to be determined) and for checking the bulletin board to ensure the score posted is correct. Team members are responsible for providing their own coaches. Anyone wishing to be considered for the Dewar Team should fire the metallic sight matches with “British legal” equipment, (i.e., 40mm sling, optics in front or rear sight, not both.)

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, metallic sights, for each team member.

Rules:

National Rifle Association of America

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, metallic sights.

Awards:

To each U.S. Team member, a Dewar Team pin and patch. The high scoring U.S. firing member will receive the Edward C. Crossman Memorial Trophy Plaque.

Firearms authorized for the Smallbore Whistler Boy Match must meet NRA Rules 3.2 and 3.7(a). All equipment must meet NRA Rules. There are no further restrictions on slings and hand stops. Any questionable equipment may be referred to the NRA National Matches Staff.

2010 Edward C. Crossman Memorial Trophy Laminated Plaque Winner:

Ammunition:

Great Britain; 7847

Four hundred rounds of Match Grade ammunition (if available) per team will be issued on the firing line. No other ammunition may be used. Ammunition is 100 rounds for record plus 100 sighters for each competitor. The team captain/coach will present the “Official copy” of the team score card to receive ammunition for the match.

Scoring and Challenges

1. Scoring: The fired Whistler Boy targets will be scored by the National Matches Statistical Office. Scored targets will be on display in Building 950 to allow team captains and coaches to view and challenge, if necessary. 2. Challenges: Teams may not challenge the scoring of another team. The Whistler Boy Challenge Period will end one hour from the end of the National Any Sights Team, Match #222 unless extended by the Statistical Officer. A Challenge Referee will be available to resolve Rules issues or challenges. There will be no challenge fee charged for Whistler Boy challenges.

2010 Winner:

TSRA Gold; Score: 1905-71X

National Championship Record: 1905-71X, TSRA Gold (2010)

DEWAR INTERNATIONAL POSTAL TEAM MATCH Fired: Tuesday, July 26

Open To:

One team consisting of a team captain, team coach, 20 firers and two alternates from each of the nations invited to participate by Great Britain. Only the U.S. Team will fire at Camp Perry.

2011 U.S. Team Officials:

The following have been appointed officials of the team: Team Captain: Mr. Mike Anti Team Coach: Mr. Vic Auer

Selection of U.S. Team:

The top 22 shooters (20 shooters, two alternates) in the metallic sight

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Christopher Abalo; 395

2010 International Postal Team Match Winner: Randle International Postal Match Fired: Tuesday, July 26

Open To:

One team consisting of a team captain, team coach, 10 firers and two alternates from English speaking countries invited to participate with the U.S. Only the U.S. Team will fire at Camp Perry.

2011 Appointed Team Officials: Team Captain - Ms. Lenore Lemanski Team Coach - Ms. Roberta Gubbins

Rules:

National Rifle Association of America

Randle Team:

The top 12 shooters (10 shooters, two alternates) in the metallic sight aggregate will be invited to shoot on the U.S. Randle Team. Candidates are responsible to attend the team meeting after cease fire (2nd day, place to be determined) and for checking the bulletin board to ensure the score posted is correct. Team members are responsible for providing their own coaches.

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, metallic sights for each firing member.

Awards:

Members firing on the USA Team for the first time receive a special charm bracelet. All members receive a year charm to add to their bracelet. To the high scoring shooter on the USA Team, a Eleanor Dunn Trophy laminated Plaque.

2010 Eleanor Dunn Trophy Winner: Nancy Tomkins; 400-31


2010 Winner:

Great Britain; 3993-297

NSRA Drew Cup Junior International Postal Team Match Fired: Saturday, July 26, after Match 321.

lowing dates: (Location to be determined): Thursday, July 21 Monday, July 25

2010 Smallbore Prone Championship Winners Match 300 National Smallbore Rifle Prone Championship

Open To:

Three teams of juniors: three male, three female, and 10-person mixed to fire concurrently.

2011 Team Officials:

Team Captain - Mr. Erik Hoskins Team Coach - Miss Caitlin Morrissey Team Adjutant - Mr. Walt Walter

Selections:

To be announced at Camp Perry

Course of Fire:

60 shots on A-50 Targets

Awards:

To each U.S. Team members, a Drew Cup pin and patch.

RANDLE DOUBLES/MENTOR MATCH Fired: Sunday, July 24 after last Match of the day.

Team Composition:

One adult, one junior, one coach (optional)

Course of Fire:

Dewar Course, any sight.

Awards:

Winner: Two Randle Doubles laminated plaques. Lewis class “A”, “B”. Top 20% in each class. Special medals will be awarded.

Entry Fee:

$10 per team. Entry and squadding will be done on the range. Each team will be assigned two firing points, side by side and will fire the Dewar Course starting at 50 yds. Coaching is encouraged.

MADE IN AMERICA MATCH Fired: Wednesday, July 27

Course of Fire:

Individual Dewar Metallic Sights, starting at 100 yds.

Equipment:

Restricted to equipment that is “Made in America.” There are two categories: Factory and Modified.

Awards:

50% of entry fees returned to 20% of shooters. Extra award for “Most Original Gun” (52 Win., 37 Rem., etc)

Entry Fee:

$5 per person. Entry and squadding will be done on the range.

SMALLBORE RIFLE COMPETITORS MEETING WITH THE SMALLBORE RIFLE COMMITTEE: The competitor’s meeting will take place from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the fol-

National Champion: SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 4790-355X Civilian Champion: Charles P. Kemp, Mobile, AL; Score: 4786-338X Service Champion: SSG Shane Barnhart, USA; Score: 4790-355X Woman Champion: Amanda McMullin, Pomona, CA; Score: 4780-313X Collegiate Champion: Brad Driscoll, Hudson, NH; Score: 4780-314X Junior Champion: Brad Driscoll, Hudson, NH; Score: 4780-314X Intermediate Junior Champion: Amanda McMullin, Pomona, CA; Score: 4780-313X Sub-Junior Champion: Alex H. Gestl, Palmyra, PA; Score: 4739-263X Intermediate Senior Champion: Boyd D. Goldsby, England, AR; Score: 4780-347X Senior Champion: Charles P. Kemp, Mobile, AL; Sscore: 4786-338X Any Sight Only Champion: Martha C. Kelley Miami Springs, FL; Score: 4781-345X High Visitor: Jim R. Ward, West Sussex; Score: 4753-293X National Championship Record: 4790-355X: SSG Shane Barnhart, USA (2010)

Previous National Smallbore Prone Champions 2010-SSG Shane Barnhart, USA 2009-SPC Joseph Hein, USA 2008-Kevin R. Nevius 2007-LTC Robert E. Harbison, USA 2006-Paul T. Gideon 2005-SFC Thomas A. Tamas, USA 2004-Jamie L. Beyerle 2003-Paul T. Gideon 2002-Lones W Wigger, Jr 2001-MAJ Steve Goff; USA 2000-MAJ Michael E. Anti; USA 1999-Lones W Wigger, Jr. 1998-Cory Brunetti; USA 1997-Lones W. Wigger, Jr 1996-SGT Thomas A. Tamas; USA 1995-SGT Thomas A. Tamas; USA 1994-CPL Kenneth A. Johnson; USA 1993-Carolyn D. Millard-Sparks

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1992-CPT David E. Chesser, USA 1991-Ronald O. West 1990-T. R. Bishop 1989-David P. Weaver 1988-David P. Weaver 1987-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1986-GYSGT Gary S. Andrade; USMC 1985-LTC Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1984-Ronald O. West 1983-David P. Weaver 1982-Presley W. Kendall 1981-SP5 Mary E. Stidworthy, ARNG 1980-CPT Ernest J. Vande Zande; USA 1979-David P. Weaver 1978-SP4 Mary E. Stidworthy; ARNG 1977-PVT Mary E. Stidworthy; ARNG 1976-David P. Weaver 1975-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1974-MAJ Presley W. Kendall; USA 1973-MAJ Lones W. Wigger, Jr.; USA 1972-MAJ Presley W. Kendall; USA 1971-Sgt John E. Comley; USMCR 1970-CPT David Ross III; USA 1969-SSG Thomas J. Whitaker; USAF 1968-CPT Donald W. Adams; USA 1967-CPT Bruce A. Meredith; USA 1966-CPT Donald W. Adams; USA 1965-MSG W. E. Krilling; USA 1964-CW02 James E. Hill; USMC 1963-1LT Lones W Wigger, Jr.; USA 1962-1LT Presley W Kendall; USA 1 961-A3/C Victor L. Auer; USAFR 1960-CPT Arthur E. Cook; USAFR 1959-Cpl Walter R. Kamila; USMC 1958-Robert K. Moore 1957-John Moschkau

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1956-J. Kenneth Johnson 1955-Viola E. Pollum 1954-Alonzo B. Wood 1953-John Crowley 1952-Robert Perkins 1951-M.E. Kline, Jr. 1950-No Competition 1949-Robert E. McMains 1948-Arthur E. Cook 1947-G. Wayne Moore 1946-G. Wayne Moore 1942-45-No Competition 1941-Ransford D. Triggs 1940-David Carlson 1939-Vere F. Hamer 1938-William B. Woodring 1937-William B. Woodring 1936-William B. Woodring 1935- T.P. Samsoe 1934-E.L. Lord 1933-T.P. Samsoe 1932-Bradford Wiles 1931-Fred Kuhn 1930-Vere F. Hamer 1929-Eric Johnson 1928-V. Z. Canfield 1927-R.H. McGarity 1926-No Competition 1925- Thomas J. Imier 1924-Francis W. Parker 1923-R.H. McGarity 1922-J. F. Houck 1921-M.D. Snyder 1920-W.H. Richard 1919-CPT G.L. Wotkyns; USA


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2011 NRA National High Power Championships O N AL M This category will be used for all matches and is separate from the Special Awards categories used for aggregates and the National Championship. 4. Except as noted in specific match conditions, competitors will be divided by Divisions: Match Rifle and Service Rifle. Divisions will be divided into two categories: Civilian and Service. Those categories will be further divided into classes. Civilian - NRA Rule 2.2 (Police, Rule 2.4, are considered to be civilians for the purposes of NRA High Power Rifle competition.) Service - NRA Rules 2.5, 2.6, and 2.7

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Individuals may compete as juniors in either Individual or Team competition at the NRA National Matches, provided they meet the following criteria: 1. Must comply with Rule 2.3, which states, “A person may compete as a junior through December 31 of the calendar year in which the twentieth birthday occurs. Individuals who have National Guard, Reserve or Active Duty status and receive support (as defined in Rule 2.2) may not compete as juniors.” 2. Where there is only one junior team in a class/category, they will be combined in accordance with the National Matches Program until a minimum two teams is reached in an award category. If there are no other junior teams entered, they will be combined with adult teams in the appropriate class/category. Combining schemes are listed in the program. 3. Junior Team Entry Discounts: In order to qualify for Team Entry discounts, junior teams must show evidence (results bulletins) of attaining “High Junior Team” in a Regional or State Championship. Competitions must have included at least two Junior teams in the match. Upon presentation of the appropriate results bulletin, a discount for team entry will be given. 4. Junior Teams that have placed as “High Junior” in Regional or State Championships may have their Camp Perry team fees reduced as follows: - One Placement = 25% reduction of team fees - Two Placements = 50% reduction of team fees; a tournament results bulletin must be presented as proof.

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Team Eligibility:

In NRA matches no more than one (1) service competitor (Rules 2.5,2.6 and 2.7) and one (1) police officer (Rule 2.4), may be a member of a team representing an NRA Affiliated Local Club, or State Association Team. This restriction does not apply to Open Club Teams. See below for further restrictions.

Competitor Classifications

1. Temporary Classifications: Rule 19.14, may not be used. 2. Assigned Classifications: Rule 19.6, may be used. 3. All competitors who do not hold an NRA Official Classification, either in the type of competition being fired, or an Assigned Classification according to Rules 19.6, 19.16, 19.17, 19.21, will be placed in the Master class. 4. Competitors may be required to present an Official NRA Classification Card at the Entry Office before picking up their competitor packet.

Competitor Regular Awards Categories

1. All junior or collegiate competitors in the Service must compete in the Service category and pay the standard service entry fees. Collegiate competitors competing in the Service category will still be eligible for Special Awards in the aggregates and National Championships. Junior Competitors competing in the Service category will not be eligible for junior awards. 2. Special Awards to junior or collegiate competitors are as stated in the program. 3. Competitors may not change from one Regular Award category to another during any one phase of the National Championships. Special NOTE: A competitor may enter only one Regular Award category.

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Special Awards Categories

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1. Special Awards – Will be made as specified in Match conditions. In order for a competitor to be included in any special awards category for which he/she may be eligible, the appropriate special awards category MUST be indicated on the entry card. Competitors may be eligible for more than one special category. Mark all special awards categories for which you are eligible. 2. Collegiate Competitors who met all requirements of Rule 2.8 during the 2010-11 academic years or received bachelor’s degrees in the spring of 2011 are considered to be collegiate competitors for the 2011 NRA National Rifle and Pistol Championships. 3. National Championship Records (not NRA National Records) Competitors breaking existing National Championship Records will be recognized with a National Championship Record Certificate on stage during the appropriate awards ceremony. 4. Junior Category: A competitor is only eligible for ONE award in the Junior category.

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Small Arms Firing School:

Packets and information must be picked up at the SAFS Office in the InProcessing Center. NOTE: SAFS Information will not be available at the NRA Statistical Office.

Entry Closing Dates

Entries must be mailed in time to arrive at Camp Perry before the closing date. NOTE: The postmark will not be used to determine whether or not an entry makes the closing deadline. NOTE: Closing dates for online entries are different than the closing dates for mail in entries. NOTE: The NRA entry office, new building 950, will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. every day except individual entry day.

High Power Entry Closing Dates

On site & Mail-in entries… ………………… Fri, Aug 5 Online Entries …………………………… Wed, Aug 3 Whistler Boy… …………………… Sat, Aug 6 (3 pm) Enlisted Men’s……………………… Sun, Aug 7 (2 pm) Rumbold & RNDC … …………… Sun, Aug 7 (2pm)

Team Requirements:

Teams may enter under the following High Power Rules: 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, and 2.18. Junior State Association and Junior Local Club Teams may enter provided that all firing members are eligible under Rules 2.12, 2.3, 2.3.1, or 2.3.2

Team Entry Procedure

1. There are five NRA Team Matches. Team captains will be required to complete a form listing team name, club or organization, and team captain’s name and competitor number before leaving the Entry Office. Team members need not be listed on the “OFFICIAL” Team Score Card until

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the first shooter goes to the firing line (See NRA Rules 12.3 and 12.4). 2. Team Members Not Firing In Individual Matches: Individuals firing on teams, or acting as a non-firing captain or coach, and who are not entered in individual NRA matches, must register in advance for the phase concerned using a regular entry card. Competitor numbers will be issued and special competitor packets made upon request for individuals in this status. 3. Naming of Whistler Boy Teams: If a Whistler Boy Team represents a State Association, the name of the State must be used in the name of the team. Club names may only be used by teams representing Junior Local Clubs. 4. Naming of Coaches To Whistler Boy Teams: Whistler Boy Teams may select a non-firing coach who is not a member of the State Association or junior Club represented. The Coach must be registered at the Entry Office. There will be no fee and residency requirements will be waived. 5. Advance Registration: The following information, printed or typed on an 8-1/2 by 11 piece of paper, must be sent to the Stat Office, PO. Box 700, Port Clinton, OH 43452: - Name of Club / State Association - Team name, if more than one team is entered, or if a team name designation is desired. - Team Match Number (431, 432 or 433) and name (Enlisted Men’s, Rumbold, or RNDC). 6. Before a team is allowed on the firing line, the Team Captain must go to the NRA Entry Office, Bldg. 950, pay the team fees and pick up the scorecard. 7. The closing time for all Enlisted Men’s, Rumbold, and RNDC team entries will be 2 pm on Saturday, August 6. 8. For teams with advance registration only, the Entry Office will open at 6:00 am on Sunday, August 7 in order to allow such teams to pay their fees and pick up their scorecard and squadding. 9. Team Captains, if you are going to be at Camp Perry in plenty of time to make your team entries without using the Advance Registration, please do so at the Entry Office.

Entry Fees

1. Individual Entry Fees for the NRA Matches are package fees. No housing fees of any kind are included. 2. All Entry Fees Must Accompany Entry Cards, except for those organizations that have made prior arrangements with the Statistical Director. Registration Fees are NOT charged for the following: - Children under 12 years of age. - Volunteers who have been assigned by the Volunteer Coordinator. 3. Entry fees may be paid by check, money order, NRA Award Points, American Express, Discover, VISA or MasterCard. DO NOT send cash. Organizations, which by prior arrangement have had accounts set up for them, must clear their account with the Statistical Office before leaving Camp Perry. 4. Team fees are based on four competitors per team. 5. Non-Firing Registration: Any individual, except those individuals who are entered in any of the NRA competitive events, or Volunteers, who is present at Camp Perry, must register at the Entry Office if they will be on the Camp Perry property at any time (Coach, Captain, Administrative, Support). NOTE: Waived for those persons less than 12 years of age and Whistler Boy participants.

NRA High Power Entry Fees

NRA Individual Championship … ………………… $246 Junior Entry (non-service Juniors)… …………………… $123 Springfield M1A Match ………………………………… $50 Junior Entry Springfield M1A Match… …………………… $25 NOTE: The Springfield M1A Match fee is not included in the NRA National Championships.

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NRA High Power Team Fees

Whistler Boy Junior Team Match…………………………… RNDC Trophy Match … ………………………… Enlisted Men’s Trophy Match (Service Category)…………… Rumbold Trophy Match (Civilian Category) … ……………

$32 $76 $76 $76

High Power Challenge Fees

Individual Matches (per challenge) ………………………… $3 Team Matches (per challenge) … ………………………… $3 NOTE: Challenge fees are paid at the time of challenge.

“WITH ME” High Power Entry Credits

1. An entry credit of $20.00 ($10.00 for juniors) will be given to a shooter for each new or retired competitor they bring to compete in the NRA National High Power Championship. 2. “Retired” is someone who has not been to the NRA National Championships for the past five (5) years. In addition, the “new” and returning “retired” shooter may deduct the credit from their entry fees. 3. All persons sponsoring others for credit must include both their entry card and that of the person being sponsored in the same envelope. A claim form is included in the Entry Packet and may be duplicated as necessary.

Tournament Conditions Rules:

Current NRA Rules will govern the conduct of these Championships except as modified within this program. Check the Match Director’s Bulletins for any modifications of firing conditions.

Official Bulletin Board:

The Official Bulletin Board is located at the NRA Building 950. Preliminary Bulletins on all matches and all official notices will be posted on the Official Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to check the Official Bulletin Board for official notices and scores (Rule 18.11).

Firearms Allowed:

Competitors are responsible for providing their own firearms. Rules 3.1, 3.3, and 3.3.2 for Individual Championships.

Ammunition:

Ammunition as defined in NRA Rule 3.17 will be allowed in the NRA National Championships.

Shooting Mats, Pads, and Artificial Shelter

1. No umbrellas or other forms of artificial shelter are permitted forward of the Assembly Line. 2. Shooting mats are permitted for NRA High Power Championships.

Targets:

High Power: SR, SR-3, MR-1.

Fired Targets:

All fired targets will remain under control of NRA.

Target Changing and Handling

1. Competitors are required to operate targets. Failure to perform pit duties will result in disqualification from that match. 2. Disabled competitors who cannot perform this duty must furnish an adequate substitute. Substitute target pullers must be registered at the Entry Office and approved by the Match Director. 3. Competitors will be required to place appropriate targets in the target carriers when they go to the pits to act as target pullers. The last relay


each day will be required to replace targets in the target trailers. 4. No one is allowed in the pits unless that individual is a target puller, or unless written permission of the Range Director has been obtained and the person is registered at the NRA Entry Office.

Scoring:

1. Competitors will score each other. As the scoring disks are not readily visible to the naked eye under all conditions, competitors must have on their possession a spotting scope or binoculars in order to perform scoring duties. All scorers must comply with NRA Rule 14.3.1 and are subject to disqualification for failure to perform their duties under the Rules. 2. Scoring system B will be used.

Ties

1. A shoot-off will be conducted to determine the winner of a match where an unbreakable tie exists. 2. In the case of unbreakable ties for 2nd and 3rd place, competitors concerned will both be awarded the higher prize, and be listed in competitor number sequence in the Bulletin. 3. Ties for class/category awards in matches will be broken in accordance with NRA Rules.

Use of Scoring Devices:

No competitor will use scoring plugs of any kind on a target at any time. The Pit Officer, or designee, will plug all shots.

Score Cards for High Power

1. Scorecards are provided to each competitor in the Competitor packet. Upon receipt of the packet, each competitor should check immediately to be sure that a complete set of scorecards is enclosed. Each competitor must make certain that the correct scorecards are used for each day’s firing. 2. DO NOT cross out match numbers and substitute others. NRA championship scorecards are provided in sets, as a booklet. If the cards are removed one by one, there should be no incorrect scorecards used, as the booklet is set up in the order in which the matches are fired. 3. All scorecards which are used in the matches and all team cards MUST BE labeled with self-adhesive labels (supplied in each competitor’s packet). Make certain that you place your labels on your scorecards before you go to the range. Unidentifiable scores will not be used. DO NOT use felt-tip pens to fill out scorecards. 4. All scorecards must be turned in to a line official within 10 minutes of completion of firing a match. Failure to do so may disallow that score for awards. It is the responsibility of the competitor to make sure that his score card is turned in prior to the end of the challenge period. 5. Failure to use the proper scorecard will result in a score of “0”. NOTE: Competitors who appear at the firing line without scorecards will be required to purchase blue substitute score cards at a cost of $5 per scorecard. It is the competitor’s responsibility to have the correct change. 6. When signing scorecards, the competitors must remember they are signing for the value of each shot indicated on the card. Each competitor is responsible for his or her own scorecard. Competitors are reminded that High Power Rule 14.3 requires the Scorer to turn in the scorecard, as outlined above, when it is completed. Competitors should supervise this action.

Electronic Devices:

Competitors are reminded that Rule 3.22 prohibits sound producing or communication devices forward of the ready line including the pits. This also means pagers, cell phones, audible timing devices or any other sound-producing device.

Challenge and Protest Procedures

1. Competitors and Team Captains wishing to make a challenge or protest are referred to NRA Rule 16. Persons other than competitors and

Team Captains (in team matches only) are not eligible to make challenges or protests. Also, Team Captains may not enter either protests or challenges for an individual competitor in an individual Challenge Period. 2. Statistical Office Challenges (see Rules 16.1 and 16.4) must be based on the scores posted on the computer print out in Building 950 and made prior to the expiration of the challenge period posted for each match and aggregate. A competitor who fails to challenge within this time period forfeits the right to challenge. 3. Competitors should check the scores posted in Building 950 to verify. Any errors must be reported to the Stat Office prior to closing of the match challenge period.

Challenges

1. Each competitor should check the competitor scores as they are posted on the computer printout in Building 950. Unless otherwise noted, scores posted are preliminary and do not necessarily reflect the final standings and/or awards won. If you feel your score, class, or category are not correct, it is your responsibility (team captain for team matches) to report this to the Stat Office prior to the close of the posted challenge period for that match. (See Rule 18.13). 2. Go to the Challenge Window in Building 1000, the Statistical Office. Explain the discrepancy. The Challenge will be processed and corrections made if warranted. 3. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make certain that the scores posted are correct. Failure to check scores within the time limit will result in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge. It is the statistical office’s responsibility to correct scores prior to the end of the final challenge period. After the final challenge period, the competitor accepts the responsibility for scores posted.

Procedures for Making Range Challenges:

If the competitor disagrees with a shot value announced by the Scorer or displayed value of the shot, the competitor may challenge the score. Rule 16.1 must be used.

Challenge Period

1. All challenges must be made on the range before the end of the challenge period. (Rule 16.1) 2. Corrections to Preliminary Bulletins will be made at the Stat Office at the Challenge Window within the time period noted. (Rule 11.6.3) 3. Scores posted after 6 p.m. will have a challenge period closing at 8 p.m. With any scores posted after 8 p.m., the challenge period will continue until 9 a.m. the following day. All scores for each match will be posted at one time, not by relay.

High Power Challenge Fees (Award Points Are Acceptable)

Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $3 Team Matches (per challenge) ……………………… $3 NOTE: Challenge fees are paid at the time of challenge.

Protests:

All protests must be in accordance with applicable NRA Rules. If, after following the procedure specified in NRA Rules 16.2 and 16.3 for reasons outlined in Rule 16.2, a competitor feels that he or she should file a written protest, the following must be done: NOTE: Failure to follow the following procedures will automatically void the protest. 1. If the incident occurred on the range, state the complaint orally to the Chief Range Officer. If not satisfied, the complainant will: - State the complaint orally to the Range Referee on the range where the incident occurred. 2. If the incident was a result of posting or ranking, state the complaint orally to the Statistical Director. If not satisfied, the complainant will state the complaint orally to the Chief Referee.

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3. In either situation, Range or Statistical, if not satisfied: -Within one hour after the completion of firing for the day, the complainant must initiate, sign and submit a completed Official Protest form stating all the facts to the Chief Referee or Statistical Office. The forms are available from the Chief Referee or the Statistical Office. A protest fee of $20 is required for each protest. 4. The Statistical Director/Chief Referee will contact the Secretary of the National Protest Committee and the Match Director. The Committee Secretary will assemble the Protest Committee. 5. In case of awards, a protest must be filed with the Statistical Office no later than 30 minutes after the completion of the Awards Ceremony. 6. The protesting competitor should be prepared to appear before the Protest Committee, if requested to do so. 7. After the Protest Committee has made its decision, the protest will be returned to the Statistical Office. The competitor may pick up a copy of the protest results at the challenge window. If the protest is sustained, the $20 fee will be returned to the complainant. 8. Should a protest require or involve a re-fire, the referee may collect the $20 protest fee, and the competitor will be allowed to fire the shots required to complete the match. The shots comprising that score will be recorded on the back of the scorecard for use of the Protest Committee. An Official Protest form must be completed where a re-fire is involved. 9. If the incident to be protested is in the pits, the complainant must orally notify the Chief Pit Officer before leaving the pits, who will then notify the Chief Range Officer that a protest is pending. The Chief Range Officer will then notify the assigned Referee.

Protest Committee:

A decision of the NRA National Championship Protest Committee is final but may not override a prior decision of the NRA National Protest Committee. (See Rule 16.2.1)

High Power Rifle Competitors Meeting With the High Power Rifle Committee:

Members of the NRA High Power Rifle Committee who are present during the matches will meet to discuss NRA competition programs and Rules. All NRA members are encouraged to attend and to contribute to the proceedings. Competitors Meeting date: Tuesday, August 9 and 15, in Building 5 starting at 5 pm.

Awards and Trophies

High Power Award Categories

Trophies

1. All trophies awarded in the NRA Championships are the property of the National Rifle Association of America. Unless otherwise noted, the NRA retains possession. Winners are awarded either miniatures or trophy plaques for their permanent possession. 2. The Merchandise Awards, which are presented, are donated.

Award Procedures

1. Place Awards: Unless otherwise stated in the match conditions, place awards are offered in all events. 2. Place awards (Winner, 2nd, and 3rd) will take precedence over all other awards. All competitors, individual or team, are eligible for place awards. Place award Winners are eligible for Special Awards in the same event, provided that they have indicated the Special Awards for which they are eligible on their entry card in the appropriate spaces. Except as noted in specific match conditions, individual competitors will be divided into the several classes as specified in the NRA Rule Book appropriate to the phase of competition entered. 3. Competitors winning NRA awards, as shown in the Awards Schedule, will receive an NRA Visa Card or NRA Award points, unless otherwise specified in the match conditions each award point has a value of $1, but may not be redeemed for cash. Many Commercial Row exhibitors may

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redeem Award Points. 4. Award Points may be used as payment for special medals and plaques at Camp Perry if the competitor so desires. National Championship medals won at Camp Perry can be ordered only at Camp Perry. Medals and plaques may be ordered only for awards listed in Awards Bulletins. 5. Class/Category Awards Schedules for individual matches will be based on the actual number of scores fired in each match. 6. Award points will be awarded on a one-time basis for a single match, regardless of multiple placings in the match. 7. Winners of place awards are removed from class/category rankings. 8. Special awards categories are in those matches and aggregates as specified. 9. Juniors paying Junior entry fees do not receive full award points except those juniors who place in the top three overall places in individual matches and aggregates 10. A special Certificate will be given to the High Woman in each Class/ Category, provided there are two or more women entered in the Class/ Category concerned. A minimum of 5 competitors is required for High Senior, High Grand Senior, High Junior, High Intermediate Junior, High Sub-Junior and High Overall Junior.

Bulletins

1. Master Bulletin Board: An Official Preliminary Score Bulletin Board will be maintained in Building 950. Match scores will be posted as matches are completed. The time that each preliminary bulletin is posted will be written on the top of the bulletin. Expiration of challenge periods for each match will be posted when all available scores for a match have been posted on the Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to promptly check the Preliminary Bulletin Board after completion of the day’s matches and call attention to errors within the time specified. NOTE: Failure to check scores within the time limit results in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge. (See Rule 18.13) In team matches, only the Team Captain may report errors. 2. Awards Bulletin: Preliminary Awards Bulletins will be posted in Building 950. The Official Bulletin will be published and mailed only to competitors who specifically request a copy. An Official Copy of the final results will be available online after the conclusion of the matches. Bulk distribution of Official Bulletins will be made to the major military units. Additional hard copies of the Official Bulletins may be obtained upon written request for $5 each. All requests are subject to the supply of Bulletins on hand. 3. Listings in the Final Results Bulletin will be limited to Award Winners in individual matches and sub-aggregates. Grand Aggregates will be listed with all competitors’ scores by Regular Awards categories. Special Awards categories will be listed by Winners only.

Squadding

NOTE: It is the competitor’s responsibility to be present when the assigned relay is called to the firing line. No one will be allowed to set up on the firing line after the end of the 3 minute preparation period. 1. NRA National Championships Squadding: Four or five relays will be used. A competitor’s target assignment will be changed each of the four days of the Championship series. Target numbers which are preceded by the letter “V” will be on Viale Range, while target numbers preceded by the letter “R” will be on Rodriguez Range. Each competitor will have a squadding ticket issued which will provide squadding for each match. Range conditions permitting, the squadding procedure will attempt to keep High Masters and the top 30 shooters from last year’s National Championships and any former national Match Rifle and Service Rifle Champions from the last five years on Rodriguez Range. The balance of the High Masters will be squadded on the remaining points on Rodriguez and Viale. Any overflow of High Masters will be squadded with competitors with Master classifications. All remaining competitors will be squadded on the remaining firing points. Every effort will be made to keep classes together on the same relay.


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2. Re-Squadding by Squadding Coordinator: The Squadding Coordinator will re-squadded competitors only for operational reasons, and as directed by the Match Director. No RE-SQUADDING will be done by the Squadding Coordinator for other reasons. 3. Special Squadding: Disabled competitors may request special squadding during the NRA Championships. Such requests must be accompanied by a physician’s statement which must be dated after January 1, 2011. Requests for special squadding must accompany entries. Such special squadding does not relieve the competitor of the obligation to provide target operators. No acknowledgment of special squadding requests will be made. 4. Pit Detail: The Pit Detail will report to the pits immediately after roll call held on the firing line 20 minutes prior to the scheduled firing time. Individuals failing to pull pit duty are subject to disqualification.

Team Squadding

1. High Power Rifle Teams will be assigned a single firing point for all team matches. 2. Team Pit Service: Teams that do not provide required pit support will be disqualified and will not be permitted to fire. 3. All NRA Team Matches: Each team must provide one or two target operators who may be firing or alternate members of that team. If a team provides only one operator, that person MUST be a firing member of that team, and will be assigned by the Pit Officer to operate another team’s target. NRA team matches will be operated with a pit change. 4. In all NRA team matches: Team Captains and Coaches will report to their assigned firing points when called, about 45 minutes prior to seal the pits time, and turn in their team’s target puller assignment card. Team Officials will indicate the order the target operators will report to the pits when only one is assigned as authorized. NRA Team Matches only (paragraph 4 above)

Firing Times

1. NRA Championships and Springfield M1A Match: 7:30 a.m. 2. Pit Change-Over Time: Pit change-over time will be 15 minutes at 200 and 300 yards and 25 minutes at 600 yards and beyond. The time will start when the pits are unsealed. The Range and Pit Officers will announce the time that the pits will be sealed. In all matches a minimum of five minutes will be allowed from the time the pits are sealed until the next relay’s preparation period is started. Each relay will be allowed to move their equipment during the five-minute period after the pits close or after the scoring period. 3.Relay Change-Over Time: In the NRA Individual Championships only 5 minutes will be allowed from the time all targets have been scored until the next relay’s preparation period is started. 4. Lunch Break: There will be no lunch break during the High Power competition phase. Firing will begin at the specified times, and will continue to completion. 5. Match numbers and days on which they are fired are listed below:

Sunday, August 7

Match 453, Springfield M1A Match Match 434, Whistler Boy High Power Team Match Match 435, 2nd Amendment Team Match

Test/Zero Range:

Facilities will be available to test fire high power rifles that have been repaired during a championship phase. Competitors must furnish their own ammunition. A 50 yd. high power rifle “sighting-in” range with targets suitable for obtaining 200, 300, 600 and 1000 yd basic “Zero” will be available on Petrarca Range during normal range hours from July 31 August 16.

Refiring:

Any refiring will be at a time and place specified by the NRA Range Director or his designated representative.

Awards Ceremony

1. High Power Rifle (NRA): 8 p.m., Friday, August 12 2. Winners receiving awards on stage during either Awards Ceremony are requested to be attired appropriately for these formal and prestigious affairs.

NRA High Power Rifle Individual Awards Schedule NRA National High Power Rifle Championship (See Match 400)

Grand Aggregate Matches 401 & 402 Winner: $500 Visa gift card Second: $300 Visa gift card Third: $200 Visa gift card

Special Awards Matches 401 & 402

For these two Matches only, awards will be given regardless of the number of entries. High Overall Junior : $50 Visa Gift card High Junior: $50 Visa Gift card High Intermediate Junior: $50 Visa Gift card High Sub-Junior: $50 Visa Gift card High Collegiate: $50 Visa Gift card High Woman: $50 Visa Gift card High Senior: $50 Visa Gift card High Grand Senior: $50 Visa Gift card High Police: $50 Visa Gift card

Class/Category Awards Matches 401 & 402 Winner: $100 Visa gift card Second: $50 Visa gift card Third: $25 Visa gift card Fourth & Below: $10 Visa gift card

Sub-Aggregates & Fired Matches Winner: $50 Visa gift card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class/Category Awards Matches 414, 415, 416

Match 431, Match 432, Match 433, NRA Team Matches

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points

Match 441, Match 442, Match 443

Class/Category Awards Fired Matches

Monday, August 8 Tuesday, August 9

Wednesday, August 10

Match 444, Match 445, Match 446

Thursday, August 11

Match 447, Match 448, Match 449

Friday August 12

Match 450, Match 451, Match 452

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points 1. Class and category awards will be given in all NRA Individual fired and aggregate matches fired at 600 yards or less. Competitors will be divided into classes, and those classes will be further divided into categories:

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Civilian and Service. The Civilian Category will have two Divisions by the rifle used: Service Rifle (Rule 3.1); and all NRA Match Rifle (Rule 3.3). 2. In all classes, awards will be provided on the basis of five or more competitors in a category/class in the following manner: Minimum of five competitors in a category/class: 1 award; 15 competitors, 2 awards; 25 competitors, 3 awards; and following this procedure until the total number of competitors within a category/class is established on the basis of one award for 10 competitors. If there are insufficient competitors in the High Master Class for class awards, competitors holding this classification will not be combined with the Master Class, and will compete for Open Awards only. When there are fewer than 5 competitors within a category/class as described above, they will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of 5 or more is achieved. A competitor is eligible for only one award per match. Civ. Serv Rifle to Serv Serv Rifle to Serv Match Rifle to Civ. Match Rifle Civ. Match Rifle to Serv Match Rifle to Serv Serv Rifle to Civ. Serv Rifle Serv Serv Rifle to Civ. Serv Rifle to Serv Match Rifle to Civ. Match Rifle Serv: Match Rifle to Civ. Match Rifle to Serv: Match Rifle to Civ. Serv Rifle

NRA High Power Rifle Team Awards Schedule:

NRA Award Points are issued based on the number of authorized firing members. When provided for by the match award conditions, plaques or medals will be awarded to each firing member of the team and the sponsoring club or organization.

Place Awards:

Winner: As specified in Match conditions Second: NRA silver tone medals and 9 Award Points per team firing member Third: NRA bronze tone medals and 7 Award Points per team firing member

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third & Below: 8 Award Points per firing member. All teams will be divided into classes, and further divided into categories, unless otherwise specified by Match conditions, to determine awards. NRA Affiliated Local Club Rule 2.11(a) NRA Affiliated Open Club Rule 2.11(b) State Association Rule 2.12 Service Rule 2.13 2. Teams winning Place Awards are not eligible for Division/Class/Category Awards, but will be counted in order to compute the number of Division/Class/Category awards which will be made. There must be two or more teams in order to establish one award in a Division/ Class/Category. Five teams will provide a 2nd place; 8 teams, 3rd place; 13 teams, 4th place, and so on until the final number of award places is established. 3. If there is only one team within a class/category, that team will be combined within a division/class as shown below until a total of two or more teams is achieved. St. Assn. to Local Club to Open Club to Service Local Club to St. Assn. to Open Club to Service Service to Open Club to St. Assn. to Local Club Open Club to Service to St. Assn. to Local Club 4. If there is only one team within a division/class, and combining categories does not achieve the minimum of two teams, that team will be combined with the next highest class within that category and then to the next appropriate category until the minimum of two teams is achieved. If a team cannot be combined within a division/class/category, no award will be given for that division/class/category. Teams of lower classification will not be combined with the Master Class, nor will Master Class Teams be combined with High Master Class teams. If there are insufficient Master or High Master Class teams to make a division/class or category, they will compete for Open awards only.

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NCAA COMPETITORS, PLEASE NOTE:

In action taken by the NCAA on April 25, 2002, the Division I Board of Directors approved a change to the NCAA Bylaws that permits an individual, prior to collegiate enrollment, to accept prize money (to include NRA Award Points) based on place finish in an event without jeopardizing intercollegiate eligibility, as long as the prize money does not exceed actual and necessary expenses for that event. Any questions should be directed to the NCAA Membership Services staff at 317-917-6222.

NRA NATIONAL HIGH POWER RIFLE CHAMPIONSHIP #400 Course of Fire:

This Match is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 414, 415 and 416

Awards:

The National Champion will be that individual firing the highest score of the Championship Aggregate without regard to the type of rifle used and will be designated “NRA National High Power Rifle Champion”. He or she will be awarded the Mumma Trophy laminated plaque and a gold tone National Champion Medallion. There are no Class/Category awards in Match 400.

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 2396-161X

National Championship Record: 2396-161X: SGT Sherri Gallagher (2010)

NATIONAL SERVICE RIFLE CHAMPIONSHIP #401 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 414, 415 and 416.

Awards:

National Service Rifle Champion: Dupont Trophy Miniature, a gold tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $500 Visa Gift Card Second: A silver tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $300 Visa Gift Card. Third: A bronze tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $200 Visa Gift Card. Special Awards: Individuals firing the highest score in the category concerned will also be awarded a gold tone National Championship Medallion which designates the category for which it is awarded. High Civilian: Civilian Club Members Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card High Ohio Civilian Resident: General Hough Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card High Woman: Volunteer Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card High Senior: Louis F. Lucas Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Grand Senior: High Grand Senior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Collegiate: VFW Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Overall Junior*: High Overall Junior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Junior: Jackson Arms Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Intermediate Junior: High Intermediate Junior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Sub-Junior: High Sub-Junior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card.


High National Guard: National Guard Association Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Reserve: Hankins Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Army Reserve: Sutton Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Marine: General Smith Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Regular Service: United Service Match Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Police: High Police NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. * Awarded to the Junior, Intermediate Junior, or Sub-Junior firing the highest score in Match 401.

Class Awards:

Winner: $100 Visa Gift Card Second: $50 Visa Gift Card Third: $25 Visa Gift Card Fourth and below: $10 Visa Gift Card High Woman in Each Class: A Special Certificate

Special Award:

The high scoring competitor using a Service Rifle Optic Sight (Rule 3.1.f) will receive an NRA Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Note: Competitors using a rifle under Rule 3.1.f are eligible only for awards in their own special division. The same rifle must be used, as configured, in all stages of all fired matches.

2010 Winner:

SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC; Score: 2381-103X

National Championship Record:

2385-102X; SFC Grant L. Singley, USA (2009)

NATIONAL NRA MATCH RIFLE CHAMPIONSHIP #402 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 414, 415 and 416.

Awards:

National Match Rifle Champion: Wright Trophy Miniature, a gold tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $500 Visa Gift Card Second: A silver tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $300 Visa Gift Card. Third: A bronze tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $200 Visa Gift Card. Special Awards: Individuals firing the highest score in the category concerned will also be awarded a gold tone National Championship Medallion which designates the category for which it is awarded. High Woman: NRA Woman’s Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card High Senior: Townsend Whelan Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Grand Senior: High Grand Senior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Collegiate: Coast Guard Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Overall Junior*: High Overall Junior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Junior: North American Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Intermediate Junior: High Intermediate Junior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Sub-Junior: High Sub-Junior NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Service: High Service NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card.

High Police: High Police NRA plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. * Awarded to the Junior, Intermediate Junior, or Sub-Junior firing the highest score in Match 402.

Class Awards:

Winner: $100 Visa Gift Card Second: $50 Visa Gift Card Third: $25 Visa Gift Card Fourth and below: $10 Visa Gift Card High Woman in Each Class: A Special Certificate

Special Award:

The high scoring competitor using an Any Sight Match/Tactical Rifle (Rule 3.3.2) will receive an NRA Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. NOTE: Competitors using a rifle under Rule 3.3.2 are eligible only for awards in their own special division. The same rifle must be used, as configured, in all stages of all fired matches.

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 2396-161X

National Championship Record:

2396-161X; SGT Sherri Gallagher USA (2010)

ERDMAN TROPHY MATCH #411 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 441, 444 and 450.

Awards:

Winner: Erdman Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

No class/category awards 2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 596-26X

National Championship Record: 599-21X; Carl R. Bernosky (2009)

MCCANN TROPHY MATCH #412 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores in rapid fire matches 442, 443, 445, 447, 448 and 451.

Awards:

Winner: McCann Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

No class/category awards 2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 1200-90X

National Championship Record:

1200-90X; SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA (2010)

CENTENARY TROPHY AGGREGATE #413

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Centenary Trophy Aggregate #413 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in the Slow Fire Prone Matches 446, 449 and 452.

Awards:

Winner: Centenary Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points High Civilian Competitor Using the Service Rifle: Illinois Trophy laminated plaque

No class/category awards 2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 600-45X

National Championship Record: 600-51X: SPC Sherri J. Gallagher (2009)

Special Awards:

High Woman: 12 Award Points High Junior: 12 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 12 Award Points High Sub-Junior: 12 Award Points High Senior: 12 Award Points High Grand Senior: 12 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points High Woman in Each Class/Category: A Special Certificate

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 798-57X

National Championship Record: 799-50X, G. David Tubb (2003)

VANDENBERG CUP MATCH #414 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 441, 442, 443 and 446.

Awards:

Winner: Vandenberg Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 12 Award Points High Junior: 12 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 12 Award Points High Sub-Junior: 12 Award Points High Senior: 12 Award Points High Grand Senior: 12 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points High Woman in Each Class/Category: A Special Certificate

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; 799-58X

National Championship Record:

800-53X: SPC Sherri J. Gallagher, USA (2009)

NEVADA TROPHY MATCH #415 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 444, 445, 448 and 449.

Awards:

Winner: Nevada Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

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CLARKE TROPHY MATCH #416 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 447, 450, 451 and 452.

Awards:

Winner: Clarke Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 12 Award Points High Junior: 12 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 12 Award Points High Sub-Junior: 12 Award Points High Senior: 12 Award Points High Grand Senior: 12 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth and below: 7 Award Points High Woman in Each Class/Category: A Special Certificate

2010 Winner:

Carl R. Bernosky, Ashland, PA; Score: 799-46X

National Championship Record: 799-46X; Car1 R. Bernosky (2010)

MARINE GUNNER D.I. BOYD, II MEMORIAL TROPHY #417 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total scores fired in Matches 441, 444, 446, 449, 450 and 452.

Awards:

Winner: Marine Gunner D.I. Boyd Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points


Third: 25 Award Points No class/category awards

Class and Category Awards:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 1196-71X

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

2010 Winner:

1196-71X: SGT Sherri J. Gallagher, USA (2010)

MEMBERS TROPHY MATCH #441 Fired:

G. David Tubb, Canadian, TX; Score: 200-17X

National Championship Record:

200-18X; Gary E. Rasmussen (1995); CWO Dennis W DeMille, USMC (1998, 2009)

Tuesday, August 9

Course of Fire:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 200 yds., slow fire, standing, SR target.

Awards:

COAST ARTILLERY TROPHY MATCH #443 Fired: Tuesday, August 9

Course of Fire:

Winner: Members Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 300 yds., rapid fire, prone on the SR-3 target.

Special Awards:

Winner: Coast Artillery Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 199-11X

National Championship Record: 200-12X, Troy Lawton (2005)

SCOTT TROPHY MATCH #442 Fired:

Awards:

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 200-15X

National Championship Record:

Tuesday, August 9

200-19X; Thomas J. Whitaker (1992)

Course of Fire:

NAVY CUP MATCH #444 Fired:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 200 yds., rapid fire, sitting or kneeling, SR target.

Awards:

Winner: Scott Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Wednesday, August 10

Course of Fire:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 200 yds., slow fire, standing, SR target.

Awards:

Winner: Navy Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points

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High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 198-11X

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

2010 Winner:

200-15X; Gary L. Anderson (1971)

COAST GUARD TROPHY MATCH #445 Fired: Wednesday, August 10

Course of Fire:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 200-17X

National Championship Record:

200-18X: SPC Sherri J. Gallagher, USA (2009)

APPRECIATION CUP MATCH #447 Fired:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 200 yds., rapid fire, sitting or kneeling, SR target.

Thursday, August 11

Awards:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 200 yds., rapid fire, sitting or kneeling.

Winner: Coast Guard Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

Course of Fire:

Awards:

Winner: Appreciation Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards:

SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC; Score: 200-18X

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

National Championship Record:

2010 Winner:

2010 Winner:

200-18X; Thomas J. Whitaker (1996); Carl R. Bernosky (2000); SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC (2010)

ARMY CUP MATCH #446 Fired: Wednesday, August 10

Course of Fire:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 600 yds., slow fire, prone, MR-1 target.

Awards:

Winner: Army Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

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Carl R. Benosky, Ashland, PA; Score: 200-15X

National Championship Record:

200-17X; CPT Samuel P. Schaumann, ARNG (1978); LtCol Walter H. Smith, USMCR (1989); Robert A. Gustin (1993); John A. Harrison III (2001); G. David Tubb (2002); Carl R. Bernosky (2009)

MARINE CORPS CUP MATCH #448 Fired: Thursday, August 11

Course of Fire:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 300 yds., rapid fire, prone on the SR-3 target.


Awards:

Awards:

Special Awards:

Special Awards:

Class and Category Awards:

Class and Category Awards:

2010 Winner:

2010 Winner:

National Championship Record:

National Championship Record:

AIR FORCE CUP MATCH #449 Fired:

CAVALRY CUP MATCH #451 Fired:

Course of Fire:

Course of Fire:

Winner: Marine Corps Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 200-16X

200-18X, Corcoran D. Tyson (1992)

Thursday, August 11

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 600 yds., slow fire, prone.

Awards:

Winner: Air Force Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 200-15X

National Championship Record:

200-18X, Nancy H. Tompkins-Gallagher (1994)

CRESCENT CUP MATCH #450 Fired: Friday, August 12

Course of Fire:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 200 yds., slow fire, standing.

Winner: Crescent Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 199-4X

200-10X; SFC Leigh R. Jenks III; ARNG (1997)

Friday, August 12

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 300 yds., rapid fire, prone, SR-3 target.

Awards:

Winner: Cavalry Cup laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 200-15X Ronald L. Zerr, El Paso, TX; Score: 200-15X

National Championship Record:

200-18X; G. David Tubb (1989); Thomas J. Whitaker (1995)

CROWELL TROPHY MATCH #452 Fired: Friday, August 12

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Course of Fire:

2 sighting shots and 20 shots for record, 600 yds., slow fire, prone.

Awards:

Winner: Crowell Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Woman: 10 Award Points High Junior: 10 Award Points High Intermediate Junior: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class and Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Carl R. Bernosky, Ashland, PA; Score: 200-14X

National Championship Record: 200-20X, Mark A. DelCotto (2007)

NRA SPRINGFIELD M1A MATCH #453 Fired: Sunday, August 7 (Not part of the NRA National Championships Aggregate)

Firing Time & Squadding:

Firing begins at 7:30am. Competitors must be at the Viale Range 300yd line by 6:00am to receive their squadding assignment. Competitors sharing a rifle for this match must appear in line together and inform the individuals issuing squadding tickets of their special squadding request. (All requests may not be accommodated).

Entry Fee:

Adult $50.00 Junior (See eligibility requirements below) $25.00 NOTE: Entries must be received by July 31, 2011 in order to receive an M1A T-Shirt.

Firearms Allowed:

M1A semi-automatic rifle as per NRA Rule 3.1(b) (see rule below), caliber .308/7.62 mm, metallic sights. SOCOM, Squad Scout or E2 are also allowed. No bipods, adjustable stocks, or artificial support allowed. Slings permitted.

Course of Fire:

5 sighters from any position and 20 rounds, slow fire, prone; 25 minutes: 10 rounds rapid fire prone; 70 seconds: 10 rounds rapid fire sitting; 60 seconds: 10 rounds slow fire standing; 10 minutes All fired at 300 yards. No alibis will be allowed. All competitors will start in position for both rapid fire stages.

Target:

Target: SR-3

Loading Procedures:

Slow Fire - Competitors must load and fire one round at a time. Rapid Fire - Two magazines are required. At the command “Load”, competitors will insert one magazine with two (2) or five (5) rounds and reload with a second magazine of eight (8) or five (5) rounds to complete the 10 shot stage within the time limit. *Awards: All awards provided by Springfield Armory. In order to spread the awards, competitors will be limited to one award only. The match winner will be removed from their selected category and the award for that category will be given to the next high scoring competitor in that category. Competitors will be eligible only for an award in the ONE category they select (Civilian, Service, Woman, Senior, or Junior). Match Winner - $2,000 1st Place Civilian - $1,500 2nd Place Civilian - $1,000 3rd Place Civilian - Springfield M1A Rifle High Service - $500 & Springfield Pistol High Woman - $500 & Springfield Pistol High Senior - $500 & Springfield Pistol High Junior - $500 and $500 to the winner’s Junior Club High Grand Senior - Springfield 1911Mil Specs Pistol The high scoring competitor using a Springfield M1A with optical sights will be awarded $250. The high scoring competitor using a Springfield production SOCOM, Squad Scout, or E2 rifle will be awarded $500. Metallic sights only (no optics). No bipods, adjustable stocks, or artificial support allowed. Slings may be used. Competitors firing the above rifles will NOT be eligible for awards given in the Springfield M1A match including Lewis class awards. Remaining Competitors’ who have not received awards listed above Using the Lewis Class system, 20 competitors will receive $200 each. The top 50 competitors will receive a Springfield M1A medallion. *For this match only, the following category eligibility requirements apply: Civilian - Any Civilian including all members of the Reserve Officers Training corps (ROTC, NROTC and AFROTC), personnel of the State Security Forces (e.g., State Guard organizations having no federal recognition). Retired members of each of the several services comprising the Armed Forces of the United States, and members and former members entitled to receive pay, retirement pay, retainer pay or equivalent pay, are classified as civilians. All competitors who are enrolled undergraduates of any of the service academies and members of Reserve or National Guard units not on extended active duty will be considered as civilians Service - Officers or enlisted members of the Regular United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and members of Reserve components thereof, who are on extended active duty. “Reserve Components” shall include Army National Guard and Air National Guard called into federal service. Senior - A person as a Senior beginning on January 1, of the calendar year in which his or her 60th birthday occurs. Junior - A person may compete as a Junior through December 31, of the calendar in which the twentieth birthday occurs. Individuals who have National Guard, Reserve or active duty status and receive support may not compete as juniors. 3.1(b) U.S. Rifle, Caliber 7.62 mm M-14 - Must be no more than 2 inches wide at a point immediately to the rear of the front band, no more than 2.5 inches wide at the front and rear of the receiver, and have a continuous taper from receiver to front band. Width at receiver may be carried through to the butt plate, which may be the flat M-1 or hinged M-14 plate, which will be used only in the folded position. In all courses and in all positions the standard 10 or 20-round box magazine or a reduced capacity magazine of the same external dimensions will be allowed.

2010 Winner:

Jack G. Pardy, Oconto Falls, WI; Score: 483-12X

National Championship Record: 484-15X, Thomas P. Rider (2009)

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WHISTLER BOY HIGH POWER JUNIOR TEAM MATCH #434 Fired: Sunday, August 7

Course of Fire:

(2 Relays of Teams) The National Match Course (Rule 7.14) with 2 sighting shots at each stage for each member. Teams will score for each other.

Open To:

2-person Junior State Association Teams, see NRA Rules 2.3 and 2.12 and Local Junior Club Teams (Rules 2.3, 2.11(a) and 2.18. All team members, firing and non-firing, must be registered with the NRA Statistical Office. Non-firing registered military coaches and military competitors may act as coaches. If a Whistler Boy team represents a State Association, the name of the State must be used in the name the team. Club names may only be used by teams representing Junior Clubs. NOTE: Whistler Boy Teams may select a non-firing “Coach” who is not a member of the State Association or Junior Club represented. The Coach must be registered.

Team Entry:

Entry for this NRA Team match must be made at the Camp Perry Entry Office, Building 950.

Firearms Allowed:

The Service Rifle, NRA Rule 3.1. (a - e)

Awards:

Winning Team: Three NRA Whistler Boy Trophy laminated plaques and a Bushmaster rifle. Second: Silver tone Medals and a Bushmaster rifle. Third: Bronze tone Medals. In addition to the laminated trophy plaques for the winning team, Medallions will be awarded to the firing members and coach of the top twenty teams. There will be no class awards for this match. NOTE: The Bushmaster rifles will be awarded to the State Association or sponsoring junior club and will be provided to the designated person of the State Association or Junior Club. The top 20 teams will be called up on stage. Please plan to attend the award ceremony to be recognized.

2010 Winner:

NCRPA Gold; Score: 960-21X

National Championship Record:

975-28X; California Juniors CRPA Gold (1999)

NRA 2ND AMENDMENT TEAM MATCH #435 Fired: Sunday, August 7

Open To:

2-person Teams, see NRA Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12 and 2.13. All team members, firing and non-firing, must be from the same organization and registered with the Statistical Office. Non- firing registered military coaches and military competitors may act as coaches without regard to “same organization” provisions. If a 2nd Amendment Team represents a State Association, the name of the State must be used in the name of the team.

Team Entry:

Entry for this NRA Team match must be made at the Camp Perry Entry Office, Building 950. No pick-up or out-of-competition teams will be accepted.

Course of Fire:

(2 relays of Teams) The National Match Course with 2 sighting shots at each stage for each member. Teams will score for each other.

Firearms Allowed:

Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 or Match Rifle, Rule 3.3, or Any Sight Match/Tactical Rifle, Rule 3.3.2 When competing with a firearm in Rule 3.1(f) Service Rifle Optic Sight, or 3.3.2 NRA Any Sight Match Rifle/Tactical Rifle, you are only eligible for special awards competing against others in the same category.

Awards:

Winner: Three NRA 2nd Amendment plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member. High Service Rifle Team (if not match winner): 3 NRA Plaques High Match Rifle Team (if not match winner): 3 NRA Plaques High Civilian Team (If not match winner): 3 NRA Plaques NOTE: No class awards for this match.

2010 Winner:

Sierra Gold; Score: 997-51X

National Championship Record: 997-51X: Sierra Gold (2010)

ENLISTED MEN’S TROPHY TEAM MATCH #431 Fired: Monday, August 8 (Matches 431, 432 and 433 fired concurrently)

Open To:

Four-man Service Teams only, Rule 2.13

Team Entry:

Entry for this match may be made by mail or at Camp Perry.

Course of Fire:

The National Match Course (Rule 7.14) with 2 sighting shots at each stage for each firing team member. NOTE: Only 2 shooters may fire during a block time.

Firearms Allowed:

Service Rifle, Rule 3.1. (a - e)

Awards:

Winner: Six Enlisted Men’s Trophy laminated plaques, and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member. Second: Six silver tone medals. Third: Six bronze tone medals.

Class Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third and below: 8 Award Points per firing member

2010 Winner:

USAMU Craig; Score: 1972-83X

National Championship Record: 1980-97X: USAMU Coffey (2001)

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RUMBOLD TROPHY TEAM MATCH #432 Fired:

Monday, August 8 (Note: matches 431, 432 and 433 are fired concurrently.)

Open To:

Four-man Civilian Teams only, Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12

Team Entry:

Entry for this match may be made by mail or at Camp Perry.

Course of Fire:

Awards:

Winner: Six RNDC Trophy laminated plaques, and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member. High Scoring Team using Springfield M1-A Service Rifle: Six NRA Plaques and 6 Award Points to each firing member.

Firearms Allowed:

Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 or Match Rifle, Rule 3.3, or Any Sight Match/Tactical Rifle, Rule 3.3.2 When competing with a firearm in Rule 3.1(f) Service Rifle Optic Sight, or 3.3.2 NRA Any Sight Match Rifle/Tactical Rifle, you are only eligible for special awards competing against others in the same category.

The National Match Course (Rule 7.14) with 2 sighting shots at each stage for each firing team member. NOTE: Only 2 shooters may fire during a block time.

2010 Winner:

Firearms Allowed:

National Championship Record:

Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 or Match Rifle, Rule 3.3, or Any Sight Match/Tactical Rifle, Rule 3.3.2 When competing with a firearm in Rule 3.1(f) Service Rifle Optic Sight, or 3.3.2 NRA Any Sight Match Rifle/Tactical Rifle, you are only eligible for special awards competing against others in the same category.

USAMU Heuman; Score: 1986-88X

1989-106X, Team Creedmoor (2005)

2010 High power Championship Winners Match 400 National High Power Rifle Championship

Awards:

Winner: Six Rumbold Trophy laminated plaques, and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member. Second: Six silver tone medals Third: Six bronze tone medals

Special Awards:

High Junior Team: Six Fred Edgecomb Trophy laminated plaques and $400.00. High Service Rifle Team: Six California R&P Assn Trophy laminated plaques.

Class and Category Awards Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third & below: 8 Award Points

2010 Winner:

SEMNO Gold; Score: 1961-69X

National Championship Record: 1981-87X; Hard Holders Blue (1993)

RNDC TROPHY TEAM MATCH #433 Fired:

Monday, August 8 (Matches 431, 432 and 433 will be fired concurrently)

Open To:

Four-member teams as defined by Rules 2.11, 2.12 and 2.13. The restrictions on residency for Match 432 do not apply.

Team Entry:

Entry in either Match 431 or 432 also enters a team in Match 433.

Course of Fire:

The National Match Course (Rule 7.14), with 2 sighting shots at each stage for each firing member. NOTE: Only 2 shooters may fire during a block time.

National Champion: SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 2396-161X

National Championship Record: 2396-161X: SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA (2010)

Match #401: 2010 Service Rifle Championship Winners Winner: SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC; Score: 2381-103X High Civilian: Troy A. Lawton, Columbus, GA; Score: 2369-89X High Ohio Civilian Resident: Sara B. Rozanski, Toledo, OH; Score: 233883X High Woman: PFC Amanda Elsenboss, USA; Score: 2347-76X High Senior: Jim S. O’Connell, Alameda, CA; Score: 2346-88X High Grand Senior: Pete Orebaugh, Vero Beach, FL; Score: 2188-41X High Collegiate: SGT Christopher Atkins, USA; Score: 2359-90X High Overall Junior: Tyler C. Rico, Tucson, AZ; Score: 2360-94X High Junior: Chad S. Kugan, Twain Harte, CA; Score: 2360-78X High Intermediate Junior: Tyler C. Rico, Tucson, AZ; Score: 2360-94X High Sub-Junior: Morgan W. Owen, Sonora, CA; Score: 2187-42X High National Guard: SPC Cody Shields, USA; Score: 2357-68X High Reserve: SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC; Score: 2381-103X High Army Reserve: SGT Christopher Atkins, USA; Score: 2359-90X High Marine: SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC; Score: 2381-103X High Regular Service: SSG Tyrel L. Cooper, USA; Score: 2377-108X High Police: Allen S. Young, Columbia, MO; Score: 2313-74X National Championship Record: 2385-102X: SFC Grant L. Singley, USA (2009)

Match #402: 2010 Match Rifle Championship Winners Winner: SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 2396-161X

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High Woman: SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 2396-161X High Senior: Robert W. Ward, Andover, MA; Score: 2376-81X High Grand Senior: Gary Hendricks, Piseco, NY; Score: 2309-59X High Intermediate Junior: Waylon R. Burbach, Spring Green, WI; Score: 2323-65X High Service: SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA; Score: 2396-161X High Police: Harry D. Harrison, Fountain Valley, CA; Score: 2349-110X National Championship Record: 2396-161X: SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA (2010) *Technically, Match and Service Rifle Champions were considered separate and equal up until 1968. Asterisks denote the high score posted.

Previous National High Power Match Rifle Champions 2010-SGT Sherri Gallagher, USA 2009-Norman G. Houle, Warwick, RI 2008-Carl Bernosky 2007-Carl Bernosky 2006-Norman G. Houle* 2005-Dennis W. DeMille* 2004-Norman G. Houle* 2003-G. David Tubb * 2002-G. David Tubb * 2001-G. David Tubb * 2000-Carl Bernosky * 1999-G. David Tubb* 1998-Nancy Tompkins-Gallagher* 1997-G. David Tubb* 1996- Thomas J. Whitaker* 1995-Mitchell R. Maxberry* 1994-Mitchell R. Maxberry* 1993-G. David Tubb* 1992-Carl R. Bernosky* 1991-G. David Tubb* 1990-G. David Tubb* 1989-Patrick M. McCann* 1988-G. David Tubb* 1987-Patrick M. McCann 1986-G. David Tubb* 1985-G. David Tubb* 1984-Patrick M. McCann* 1983-Patrick M. McCann* 1982-Middleton W. Tompkins* 1981-Carl R. Bernosky 1980-Carl R. Bernosky* 1979-Carl R. Bernosky* 1978-Carl R. Bernosky* 1977-Carl R. Bernosky* 1976-Gary L. Anderson* 1975-Gary L. Anderson* 1974-Jack P. Sicola* 1973-Ronald G. Troyer* 1972-Ronald G. Troyer 1971-Ronald G. Troyer* 1970-Ronald G. Troyer* 1969-Theodore R. Fasy* 1968-Middleton W. Tompkins* 1967-Middleton W. Tompkins* 1966-Ikey Starkes 1965-John A. Clerke 1964-A1C Middleton W. Tompkins; USAF* 1963-A1C Middleton W. Tompkins; USAF* 1962-Earl H. Burton 1961-Jay G. Harris 1960-Kenneth C. Erickson 1959-Ammon E. Bell 1958-Middleton W. Tompkins*

1957-Ammon E. Bell 1956-SFC Loyd G. Crow, Jr.; USA* 1955-SFC Loyd G. Crow, Jr.; USA* 1954-1stLt Clifford G. Tryon; USMC* 1953-SSGT Don “L” Smith; USMC* 1952-Lt Col Walter R. Walsh; USMC* 1951-Thomas R. Barnes*

Previous National High Power Service Rifle Champions

2010-SGT Eric Swearingen, USMC 2009 - SFC Grant L. Singley, USA 2008-SPC Tyrell L. Cooper, USA 2007-Nick O. Till 2006-SFC Lance S. Hopper, USA 2005-GYSGT Julia Watson, USMCR 2004-James C. Fox 2003-CWO Dennis W. Demille; USMC 2002-SFC Kevin McMahon, USA 2001-SFC Grant L Singley; USA 2000-Harry D. Harrison; USMC 1999-SSGT Julia L. Watson; USMC 1998-SSG Grant L. Singley; USA 1997-SGT Barry L. Coleman; USA 1996-SGT Grant L. Singley; USA 1995-SPC Tobie L. Tomlinson; USA 1994-SFC Kenneth V. Gill; USA 1993-GYSGT Frank L. Murphy; USMC 1992-SGT Billy R. Williamson; USMC 1991-SGT Nelson Ocasio; USMC 1990-SGT Eric A. Ulptagrafft; USA 1989-SGT Vincent M. Greiner; USA 1988-SSGT James H. Cook: USMC 1987 -SSG Greg A. Strom; USA * 1986-SFC John R. Mann; USA 1985-CPL Thomas P Gilbert; USMC 1984-1LT David B. Erickson; USA 1983-COL Kenneth J. Erdman; USMCR 1982-COL Kenneth J. Erdman; USMCR 1981-CWO David I. Boyd II; USMC * 1980-CWO Robert L Goller; USMC 1979-MAJ George M. Van Orden; USMC 1978-LTC Tommy G. Pool; USAR 1977-CWO David I. Boyd II; USMC 1976-CPT Boyd D. Goldsby; USAR 1975-SFC Earl L Waterman, jr.; USA 1974-GYSGT Daniel Sanchez; USMC 1973-SSG Arpail J. Gapol; USA 1972-SFC Martin D. Edmondson; USA * 1971-CW02 Robert L Goller; USMC 1970-WO Robert L. Goller; USMC 1969-SSG Willie D. Jordan; USA 1968-Capt David A. Luke; USMC 1967-1STLT James R. Bowen; USMC 1966-CAPT M.R. Menlove; USCG* 1965-1LT David H. Meredith; USA* 1964-CPO D.F Morine, Jr.; USN 1963-SGT Frank V. Kruk; USMC 1962-CPL David A. Luke; USMC* 1961-SGT Charles D. Davis; USA* 1960-SP4 James T. Lamm; USA * 1959-1LT Thomas WW Atwood; USA* 1958-TSGT V.D. Mitchell; USMC 1957-SSGT Michael Pietroforte; USMC* 1956-SGT James Hill; USMC 1955-CPT John W Kolb; USA 1954-CWO T.R Carpenter; USMC 1953-MSGT Maxim R. Beebe; USMC 1952-MAJ R.A. Dawson; USMC 1951-1LT R.E. DeLaHunt; USMC

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National Defense Match Fired:

is permitted. Not more than one electronic or optical sight is permitted in Tactical Optic. No target aperture sights will be allowed. Open will be any rifle with a trigger less than 4.5 lbs. and or a barrel of greater than 20 inches. The match is not restricted to AR-15 platforms. Any modern defensive rifle that is safe will do. No coupled or drum magazines may be used. Participants must use the same firearm and not reconfigure it during the event.

Saturday and Sunday Aug 13, 14.

Entry Fees:

Adult $50.00, Junior 18 years or less. $25.00

Sharing Equipment:

Introduction:

The NDM will be held on Rodriguez range, there will be no alibis and you will be required to wear your rifle for the duration of the days match. Any safe one, two, or three point, sling will do. Our Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and Airman do it every day. The daily round count is 164 (subject to change). Empty Chamber Indicators are required and a no muzzling/sweeping policy as always will be in effect.

Firearms Allowed:

Tactical Rifle Limited, Tactical Rifle Optic, and Open. In Tactical Limited and Optic you will need a 4.5 lbs or greater trigger and a barrel of 20 inches or less. Sights in Tactical Limited must be field grade flip ups or fixed sights and not more than one non-magnified electronic or optical YELLOW

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You are required to wear your rifle for the duration of the match and you must have a rifle on your person at all times. You may trade rifles with another competitor if you have made special squadding requests by Thursday Aug 11, 2011 (2pm)

Course of Fire: See table 1

Scoring:

This is a time plus penalties match. The winner will have the lowest time. 7, 15, and 30 yds - NRA NDM 5-120 - Hit on prescribed tombstone = +0 sec, miss tombstone but inside scoring ring = +1 sec, miss outside of scoring ring = +5 sec 60 and 100 yards NRA D 1 Hit on target = +0 sec, miss = + 5 sec 200 and 300 yards NRA D 1 Hit on target = + 0 sec, miss = + 10 sec 400 and 500 yards NRA D 1 Hit on target = + 0 sec, miss = + 15 sec

Awards: GREEN

BLUE

NRA NDM 5-120 TARGET

Table 1

NRA D1 TARGET

The NDM is a by invitation only match this year. With greater range capacity we hope to open the match up to more competitors in the future. The awards ceremony will immediately follow the last string of fire on Sunday and will be a prize table. There will be special awards for top junior, senior, woman.

NRA NDM 5-120 TARGET

Yds

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Load mags to

Position

Notes

7

10

10

standing

2@ ea.

7

6

6

standing

2@ bottom 1@ top, 2@ bottom 1@ top

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15

5,10

standing

5@ wt. mag change 2@ ea.

15

20

10,10

standing, right and left of barricade

2@ ea. mag change 2@ ea.

30

10

10

standing, right and left of barricade

1@ ea. strong hand, 1@ ea. week hand

30

10

10

standing, kneeling, prone, kneeling, standing

2 ea @ wt.

NRA D1 TARGET 60

10

5,5

kneeling, right and left of barricade

5, mag change 5

60

15

5,10

standing, kneeling, prone

5,mag change 5, 5

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8

standing, kneeling, kneeling, standing

2 shots ea. position R & L barricade

100

10

10

standing, kneeling, prone, kneeling, standing

2 shots ea. position

200

10

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kneeling, prone (optional barricade)

5 kneeling, mag change, 5 prone

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10

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300

5

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300

5

5

prone

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400

5

5

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500

5

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prone (optional barricade)

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2011 NRA National Long Range Championships O N AL M another during any one phase of the National Championships. Special NOTE: A competitor may enter only one Regular Award category. This category will be used for all matches and is separate from the Special Awards categories used for aggregates and the National Championship. Civilian - NRA Rule 2.2 (Police, Rule 2.4, are considered to be civilians for the purposes of NRA High Power Rifle competition.) Service - NRA Rules 2.5, 2.6, and 2.7 4. Class and/or Category awards will be awarded as specified in match conditions.

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Individuals may compete as juniors in either Individual or Team competition at the NRA National Matches, provided they meet the following criteria: 1. Must comply with Rule 2.3, which states, “A person may compete as a junior through December 31 of the calendar year in which the twentieth birthday occurs. Individuals who have National Guard, Reserve or Active Duty status and receive support (as defined in Rule 2.2) may not compete as juniors.” 2. Where there is only one junior team in a class and/or category, they will be combined in accordance with the National Matches Program until a minimum two teams is reached in an award category. If there are no other junior teams entered, they will be combined with adult teams in the appropriate class and/or category. Combining schemes are listed in the program. 3. Junior Team Entry Discounts: In order to qualify for Team Entry discounts, junior teams must show evidence (results bulletins) of attaining “High Junior Team” in a Regional or State Championship. Competitions must have included at least two Junior teams in the match. Upon presentation of the appropriate results bulletin, a discount for team entry will be given. 4. Junior Teams that have placed as “High Junior” in Regional or State Championships may have their Camp Perry team fees reduced as follows: - One Placement = 25% reduction of team fees - Two Placements = 50% reduction of team fees; a tournament results bulletin must be presented as proof.

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Team Eligibility

In NRA matches no more than one (1) service competitor (Rules 2.5,2.6 and 2.7) and one (1) police officer (Rule 2.4), may be a member of a team representing an NRA Affiliated Local Club, or State Association Team. This restriction does not apply to Open Club Teams. See below for further restrictions.

Competitor Classifications

1. Temporary Classifications: Rule 19.14, may not be used. 2. Assigned Classifications: Rule 19.6, may be used. 3. All competitors who do not hold an NRA Official Classification, either in the type of competition being fired, or an Assigned Classification according to Rules 19.6, 19.16, 19.17, 19.21, will be placed in the Master class. 4. Competitors may be required to present an Official NRA Classification Card at the Entry Office before picking up their competitor packet.

Competitor Regular Awards Categories

1. All junior or collegiate competitors in the Service must compete in the Service category and pay the standard service entry fees. Collegiate competitors competing in the Service category will still be eligible for Special Awards in the aggregates and National Championships. Junior Competitors competing in the Service category will not be eligible for junior awards. 2. Special Awards to junior or collegiate competitors are as stated in the program. 3. Competitors may not change from one Regular Award category to

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Special Awards Categories

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1. Special Awards – Will be made as specified in Match conditions. In order for a competitor to be included in any special awards category for which he/she may be eligible, the appropriate special awards category MUST be indicated on the entry card. Competitors may be eligible for more than one special category. Mark all special awards categories for which you are eligible. 2. Collegiate Competitors who met all requirements of Rule 2.8 during the 2010-11 academic years or received bachelor’s degrees in the spring of 2010 are considered to be collegiate competitors for the 2011 NRA National Rifle and Pistol Championships. 3. National Championship Records (not NRA National Records) Competitors breaking existing National Championship Records will be recognized with a National Championship Record Certificate on stage during the appropriate awards ceremony. 4. Junior Category: A competitor is only eligible for ONE award in the Junior category.

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The National High Power Rifle Long Range Championship is open to all shooters. Membership in the NRA is not required, but highly recommended. Competitors who are not NRA members are not eligible for National Record recognition.

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Entry Closing Dates:

Entries must be mailed in time to arrive at Camp Perry before the closing date. NOTE: The postmark will not be used to determine whether or not an entry makes the closing deadline. NOTE: Closing dates for online entries are different than the closing dates for mail in entries. NOTE: The NRA entry office, new building 950, will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. every day except individual entry day.

High Power Long Range Entry Closing Dates

On site & Mail-in entries… ………………… Fri, Aug 5 Online Entries … ……………………… Wed, Aug 3 Roumanian …………………… Fri, Aug 12 (5 pm) Herrick… …………………… Fri, Aug 12 (5pm)

Team Requirements:

Teams may enter under the following High Power Rules: 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, and 2.18. Junior State Association and Junior Local Club Teams may enter provided that all firing members are eligible under Rules 2.12, 2.3, 2.3.1, or 2.3.2

Team Entry Procedure

1. There are three NRA Team Matches. Team captains will be required to complete a form listing team name, club or organization, and team captain’s name and competitor number before leaving the Entry Office. Team members need not be listed on the “OFFICIAL” Team Score Card until the first shooter goes to the firing line (See NRA Rules 12.3 and 12.4). 2. Team Members Not Firing In Individual Matches: Individuals firing on teams, or acting as a non-firing captain or coach, and who are not entered in individual NRA matches, must register in advance for the phase concerned using a regular entry card. Competitor numbers will be issued and special competitor packets made upon request for individuals

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in this status. 3. Before a team is allowed on the firing line, the Team Captain must go to the NRA Entry Office, Bldg. 950, pay the team fees and pick up the scorecard.

nary Bulletins on all matches and all official notices will be posted on the Official Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to check the Official Bulletin Board for official notices and scores (Rule 18.11).

Entry Fees

Firearms Allowed:

1. Individual Entry Fees for the NRA Matches are package fees. No housing fees of any kind are included. 2. All Entry Fees Must Accompany Entry Cards, except for those organizations that have made prior arrangements with the Statistical Director. Registration Fees are NOT charged for the following: - Children under 12 years of age. - Volunteers who have been assigned by the Volunteer Coordinator. 3. Entry fees may be paid by check, money order, NRA Award Points, American Express, Discover, VISA or MasterCard. DO NOT send cash. Organizations, which by prior arrangement have had accounts set up for them, must clear their account with the Statistical Office before leaving Camp Perry. 4. Team fees are based on four competitors per team. 5. Non-Firing Registration: Any individual, except those individuals who are entered in any of the NRA competitive events, or Volunteers, who is present at Camp Perry, must register at the Entry Office if they will be on the Camp Perry property at any time (Coach, Captain, Administrative, Support). NOTE: Waived for those persons less than 12 years of age and Whistler Boy participants.

NRA High Power Long Range Entry Fees

NRA National Individual Championship ……… $158 (531 and 532; 534 or 535 or 536; 537 or 538 or 539; and 540) Junior Entry … ……………………………… $79 Canadian Cup (only) … ………………………… $79 ( 534 or 535 or 536; 537 or 538 or 539; and 540)

NRA High Power Long Range Team Fees

Herrick & Roumanian Team Matches (each)… … Palma Course Team Match – Palma Rifle … …… Palma Course Team Match – Service Rifle ……… Palma Course Team Match- Any Rifle……………

$76 $53 $53 $53

High Power Long Range Challenge Fees

Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $3 Team Matches (per challenge) ……………………… $3 NOTE: Challenge fees are paid at the time of challenge.

“WITH ME” High Power Long Range Entry Credits

1. An entry credit of $20.00 ($10.00 for juniors) will be given to a shooter for each new or retired competitor they bring to compete in the NRA National High Power Long Range Championship. 2. “Retired” is someone who has not been to the NRA National Championships for the past five (5) years. In addition, the “new” and returning “retired” shooter may deduct the credit from their entry fees. 3. All persons sponsoring others for credit must include both their entry card and that of the person being sponsored in the same envelope. A claim form is included in the Entry Packet and may be duplicated as necessary.

Tournament Conditions Rules:

Current NRA Rules will govern the conduct of these Championships except as modified within this program. Check the Match Director’s Bulletins for any modifications of firing conditions.

Official Bulletin Board:

The Official Bulletin Board is located at the NRA Building 950. Prelimi-

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Competitors are responsible for providing their own firearms. Rules 3.1, 3.2, 3.3.1 for Individual Championships.

Ammunition:

Ammunition as defined in NRA Rule 3.17 will be allowed in the NRA National Championships.

Shooting Mats, Pads, and Artificial Shelter

1. No umbrellas or other forms of artificial shelter are permitted forward of the Assembly Line. 2. Shooting mats are permitted for NRA High Power Championships.

Targets:

High Power: LR

Fired Targets:

All fired targets will remain under control of NRA.

Target Changing and Handling

1. Competitors are required to operate targets. Failure to perform pit duties will result in disqualification from that match. 2. Disabled competitors who cannot perform this duty must furnish an adequate substitute. Substitute target pullers must be registered at the Entry Office and approved by the Match Director. 3. Competitors will be required to place appropriate targets in the target carriers when they go to the Pits to act as target pullers. The last relay each day will be required to replace targets in the target trailers. 4. No one is allowed in the pits unless that individual is a target puller, or unless written permission of the Range Director has been obtained and the person is registered at the NRA Entry Office.

Scoring

1. Competitors will score each other. As the scoring disks are not readily visible to the naked eye under all conditions, competitors must have on their possession a spotting scope or binoculars in order to perform scoring duties. All scorers must comply with NRA Rule 14.3.1 and are subject to disqualification for failure to perform their duties under the Rules. 2. Scoring system B will be used.

Ties

1. In the case of unbreakable ties for 2nd and 3rd place, competitors concerned will both be awarded the higher prize, and be listed in competitor number sequence in the Bulletin. 2. Ties for class and/or category awards in matches will be broken in accordance with NRA Rules.

Use of Scoring Devices:

No competitor will use scoring plugs of any kind on a target at any time. The Pit Officer, or designee, will plug all shots.

Score Cards for High Power Long Range

1. Scorecards are provided to each competitor in the Competitor packet. Upon receipt of the packet, each competitor should check immediately to be sure that a complete set of scorecards is enclosed. Each competitor must make certain that the correct scorecards are used for each day’s firing. 2. DO NOT cross out match numbers and substitute others. NRA championship scorecards are provided in sets, as a booklet. If the cards are


removed one by one, there should be no incorrect scorecards used, as the booklet is set up in the order in which the matches are fired. 3. All scorecards which are used in the matches and all team cards MUST BE labeled with self-adhesive labels (supplied in each competitor’s packet). Make certain that you place your labels on your scorecards before you go to the range. Unidentifiable scores will not be used. DO NOT use felt-tip pens to fill out scorecards. 4. All scorecards must be turned in to a line official within 10 minutes of completion of firing a match. Failure to do so may disallow that score for awards. It is the responsibility of the competitor to make sure that his score card is turned in prior to the end of the challenge period. 5. Failure to use the proper scorecard will result in a score of “0”. NOTE: Competitors who appear at the firing line without scorecards will be required to purchase blue substitute score cards at a cost of $5 per scorecard. It is the competitor’s responsibility to have the correct change. 6. When signing scorecards, the competitors must remember they are signing for the value of each shot indicated on the card. Each competitor is responsible for his or her own scorecard. Competitors are reminded that High Power Rule 14.3 requires the Scorer to turn in the scorecard, as outlined above, when it is completed. Competitors should supervise this action.

Smoking:

There will be no smoking allowed forward of the Ready Line.

Electronic Devices:

Competitors are reminded that Rule 3.22 prohibits sound producing or communication devices forward of the ready line including the pits. This also means pagers, cell phones, audible timing devices or any other sound-producing device.

Challenge and Protest Procedures

1. Competitors and Team Captains wishing to make a challenge or protest are referred to NRA Rule 16. Persons other than competitors and Team Captains (in team matches only) are not eligible to make challenges or protests. Also, Team Captains may not enter either protests or challenges for an individual competitor in an individual Challenge Period. 2. Statistical Office Challenges (see Rules 16.1 and 16.4) must be based on the scores posted on the computer print out in Building 950 and made prior to the expiration of the challenge period posted for each match and aggregate. A competitor who fails to challenge within this time period forfeits the right to challenge. 3. Competitors should check the scores posted in Building 950 to verify. Any errors must be reported to the Stat Office prior to closing of the match challenge period.

Challenges

1. Each competitor should check the competitor scores as they are posted on the computer printout in Building 950. Unless otherwise noted, scores posted are preliminary and do not necessarily reflect the final standings and/or awards won. If you feel your score, class, or category are not correct, it is your responsibility (team captain for team matches) to report this to the Stat Office prior to the close of the posted challenge period for that match. (See Rule 18.13). 2. Go to the Challenge Window in Building 1000, the Statistical Office. Explain the discrepancy. The Challenge will be processed and corrections made if warranted. 3. It is the competitor’s responsibility to make certain that the scores posted are correct. Failure to check scores within the time limit will result in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge. It is the statistical office’s responsibility to correct scores prior to the end of the final challenge period. After the final challenge period, the competitor accepts the responsibility for scores posted.

Procedures for Making Range Challenges:

If the competitor disagrees with a shot value announced by the Scorer or displayed value of the shot, the competitor may challenge the score. Rule 16.1 must be used.

Challenge Period

1. All challenges must be made on the range before the end of the challenge period. (Rule 16.1) 2. Corrections to Preliminary Bulletins will be made at the Stat Office at the Challenge Window within the time period noted. (Rule 11.6.3) 3. Scores posted after 6 p.m. will have a challenge period closing at 8 p.m. With any scores posted after 8 p.m., the challenge period will continue until 9 a.m. the following day. All scores for each match will be posted at one time, not by relay.

High Power Long Range Challenge Fees (Award Points Are Acceptable) Individual Matches (per challenge)… ……………… $3 Team Matches (per challenge)… …………………… $3 NOTE: Challenge fees are paid at the time of challenge.

Protests:

All protests must be in accordance with applicable NRA Rules. If, after following the procedure specified in NRA Rules 16.2 and 16.3 for reasons outlined in Rule 16.2, a competitor feels that he or she should file a written protest, the following must be done: NOTE: Failure to follow the following procedures will automatically void the protest. 1. If the incident occurred on the range, state the complaint orally to the Chief Range Officer. If not satisfied, the complainant will: - State the complaint orally to the Range Referee on the range where the incident occurred. 2. If the incident was a result of posting or ranking, state the complaint orally to the Statistical Director. If not satisfied, the complainant will: - State the complaint orally to the Chief Referee. 3. In either situation, Range or Statistical, if not satisfied: -Within one hour after the completion of firing for the day, the complainant must initiate, sign and submit a completed Official Protest form stating all the facts to the Chief Referee or Statistical Office. The forms are available from the Chief Referee or the Statistical Office. A protest fee of $20 is required for each protest. 4. The Statistical Director/Chief Referee will contact the Secretary of the National Protest Committee and the Match Director. The Committee Secretary will assemble the Protest Committee. 5. In case of awards, a protest must be filed with the Statistical Office no later than 30 minutes after the completion of the Awards Ceremony. 6. The protesting competitor should be prepared to appear before the Protest Committee, if requested to do so. 7. After the Protest Committee has made its decision, the protest will be returned to the Statistical Office. The competitor may pick up a copy of the protest results at the challenge window. If the protest is sustained, the $20 fee will be returned to the complainant. 8. Should a protest require or involve a re-fire, the referee may collect the $20 protest fee, and the competitor will be allowed to fire the shots required to complete the match. The shots comprising that score will be recorded on the back of the scorecard for use of the Protest Committee. An Official Protest form must be completed where a re-fire is involved. 9. If the incident to be protested is in the pits, the complainant must orally notify the Chief Pit Officer before leaving the pits, who will then notify the Chief Range Officer that a protest is pending The Chief Range Officer will then notify the assigned Referee.

Protest Committee:

A decision of the NRA National Championship Protest Committee is final but may not override a prior decision of the NRA National Protest Committee. (See Rule 16.2.1)

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Long Range Rifle Competitors Meeting With the High Power Rifle Committee:

Members of the NRA High Power Rifle Committee, who are present during the matches, will meet to discuss NRA competition programs and Rules. All NRA members are encouraged to attend and to contribute to the proceedings. Competitors Meeting date: August 15, in Building 5 starting at 5 p.m.

Awards and Trophies:

High Power Long Range Award Categories

Trophies

1. All trophies awarded in the NRA Championships are the property of the National Rifle Association of America. Unless otherwise noted, the NRA retains possession. Winners are awarded either miniatures or trophy plaques for their permanent possession. 2. The Merchandise Awards, which are presented, are donated.

Award Procedures

1. Place Awards: Unless otherwise stated in the match conditions, place awards are offered in all events. 2. Place awards (Winner, 2nd, and 3rd) will take precedence over all other awards. All competitors, individual or team, are eligible for place awards. Place award Winners are eligible for Special Awards in the same event, provided that they have indicated the Special Awards for which they are eligible on their entry card in the appropriate spaces. Except as noted in specific match conditions, individual competitors will be divided into the several classes as specified in the NRA Rule Book appropriate to the phase of competition entered. 3. Competitors winning NRA awards, as shown in the Awards Schedule, will receive an NRA Visa Card or NRA Award points, unless otherwise specified in the match conditions each award point has a value of $1, but may not be redeemed for cash. Many Commercial Row exhibitors may redeem Award Points. 4. Award Points may be used as payment for special medals and plaques at Camp Perry if the competitor so desires. National Championship medals won at Camp Perry can be ordered only at Camp Perry. Medals and plaques may be ordered only for awards listed in Awards Bulletins. 5. Class and/or Category Awards Schedules for individual matches will be based on the actual number of scores fired in each match. 6. Award points will be awarded on a one-time basis for a single match, regardless of multiple placings in the match. 7. Winners of place awards are removed from class and/or category rankings. 8. Special awards categories are in those matches and aggregates as specified. 9. Juniors paying Junior entry fees do not receive full award points except those juniors who place in the top three overall places in individual matches and aggregates 10. A special Certificate will be given to the High Woman in each Class and/or Category, provided there are two or more women entered in the Class and/or Category concerned. A minimum of 5 competitors is required for High Senior, High Grand Senior, High Junior, High Intermediate Junior, High Sub-Junior and High Overall Junior.

Bulletins

1. Master Bulletin Board: An Official Preliminary Score Bulletin Board will be maintained in Building 950. Match scores will be posted as matches are completed. The time that each preliminary bulletin is posted will be written on the top of the bulletin. Expiration of challenge periods for each match will be posted when all available scores for a match have been posted on the Bulletin Board. Competitors are reminded that it is their responsibility to promptly check the Preliminary Bulletin Board after completion of the day’s matches, and call attention to errors within the time specified.

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NOTE: Failure to check scores within the time limit results in the penalty of losing the privilege of any further challenge. (See Rule 18.13) In team matches, only the Team Captain may report errors. 2. Awards Bulletin: Preliminary Awards Bulletins will be posted in Building 950. The Official Bulletin will be published and mailed only to competitors who specifically request a copy. An Official Copy of the final results will be available online after the conclusion of the matches. Bulk distribution of Official Bulletins will be made to the major military units. Additional hard copies of the Official Bulletins may be obtained upon written request for $5 each. All requests are subject to the supply of Bulletins on hand. 3. Listings in the Final Results Bulletin will be limited to Award Winners in individual matches and sub-aggregates. Grand Aggregates will be listed with all competitors’ scores by Regular Awards categories. Special Awards categories will be listed by Winners only.

Squadding

NOTE: It is the competitor’s responsibility to be present when the assigned relay is called to the firing line. No one will be allowed to set up on the firing line after the end of the 3 minute preparation period. 1. Long Range Matches Squadding: All Long Range matches, except Match 540, will be pre-squadded randomly. Squadding for Match 540 will be accomplished on Viale Range starting at 6:30am. Up to four relays will be squadded. Special requests for cross-squadding for those competitors using the same rifle will be honored, if possible, on the range during squadding procedures. 2. Re-Squadding by Squadding Coordinator: The Squadding Coordinator will re-squadded competitors only for operational reasons, and as directed by the Match Director. No RE-SQUADDING will be done by the Squadding Coordinator for other reasons. 3. Special Squadding: Special squadding will be allowed for those using the same equipment in the 1000 yard matches only. Disabled competitors may request special squadding during the NRA Championships. Such requests must be accompanied by a physician’s statement which must be dated after January 1, 2011. Requests for special squadding must accompany entries. Such special squadding does not relieve the competitor of the obligation to provide target operators. No acknowledgment of special squadding requests will be made. 4. Pit Detail: The Pit Detail will report to the pits immediately after roll call held on the firing line 20 minutes prior to the scheduled firing time. Individuals failing to pull pit duty are subject to disqualification.

Long Range Team Squadding

1. High Power Rifle Teams will be assigned a single firing point for all team matches. 2. Team Pit Service: Teams that do not provide required pit support will be disqualified and will not be permitted to fire. 3. NRA Team Matches: Each team must provide one or two target operators who may be firing or alternate members of that team. If a team provides only one operator, that person MUST be a firing member of that team, and will be assigned by the Pit Officer to operate another team’s target. NRA team matches will be operated with a pit change. 4. In all NRA team matches: Team Captains and Coaches will report to their assigned firing points when called, about 45 minutes prior to seal the pits time, and turn in their team’s target puller assignment card. Team Officials will indicate the order the target operators will report to the pits when only one is assigned as authorized. NRA Team Matches only (paragraph 4 above)

Firing Times

1. NRA Long Range Championships: 8:30 a.m. 2. Pit Change-Over Time: Pit change-over time will be 25 minutes at 600 yards and beyond. The time will start when the pits are unsealed. The Range and Pit Officers will announce the time that the pits will be sealed. In all matches a minimum of five minutes will be allowed from the time the pits are sealed until the next relay’s preparation period is started. Each


relay will be allowed to move their equipment during the five-minute period after the pits close or after the scoring period. 3.Relay Change-Over Time: In the NRA Individual Championships only 5 minutes will be allowed from the time all targets have been scored until the next relay’s preparation period is started. 4. Lunch Break: There will be no lunch break during the High Power competition phase. Firing will begin at the specified times, and will continue to completion. 5. Match numbers and days on which they are fired are listed below:

Sunday, August 14

Matches 534, 535, 536, 521

Monday, August 15

Matches 537, 538, 539, 522

Tuesday, August 16 Match 540

Wednesday, August 17 Matches 523, 524, 525

Test/Zero Range:

Facilities will be available to test fire high power rifles that have been repaired during a championship phase. Competitors must furnish their own ammunition. A 50 yd. high power rifle “sighting-in” range with targets suitable for obtaining 200, 300, 600 and 1000 yd basic “Zero” will be available on Petrarca Range during normal range hours from July 31-Aug 16.

Refiring:

Any refiring will be at a time and place specified by the NRA Range Director or his designated representative.

Awards Ceremony

1.High Power Long Range Rifle (NRA): 8 p.m., Tuesday, August 16 2. Winners receiving awards on stage during either Awards Ceremony are requested to be attired appropriately for these formal and prestigious affairs.

NRA High Power Rifle Long Range Awards Schedule Grand Aggregate Match 500 Winner: $500 Visa gift card Second: $300 Visa gift card Third: $200 Visa gift card

Class and/or Category Awards Match 500 Winner: $100 Visa gift card Second: $50 Visa gift card Third: $25 Visa gift card Fourth & Below: $10 Visa gift card

Sub-Aggregates & Fired Matches Winner: $50 Visa gift card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Class Awards Matches 501 & 511 Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points

Class and/or Category Awards Fired Matches Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & Below: 7 Award Points

Class and/or category awards:

Awards will be provided on the basis of five or more competitors in a class and/or category in the following manner: Minimum of five competitors in a class and/or category: 1 award; 15 competitors, 2 awards; 25 competitors, 3 awards; and following this procedure until the total number of competitors within a class and/or category is established on the basis of one award for 10 competitors. If there are insufficient competitors in the High Master Class for class awards, competitors holding this classification will not be combined with the Master Class, and will compete for Open Awards only. When there are fewer than 5 competitors within a class and/or category as described above, they will be combined within the class as shown below until a total of 5 or more is achieved. Service Rifle > Match Rifle Match Rifle > Service Rifle

NRA High Power Rifle Team Awards Schedule:

NRA Award Points are issued based on the number of authorized firing members. When provided for by the match award conditions, plaques or medals will be awarded to each firing member of the team and the sponsoring club or organization.

Place Awards:

Winner: As specified in Match conditions Second: NRA silver tone medals and 9 Award Points per team firing member Third: NRA bronze tone medals and 7 Award Points per team firing member

Class and/or Category Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third & Below: 8 Award Points per firing member. All teams will be divided into classes, and further divided into categories, unless otherwise specified by Match conditions, to determine awards. NRA Affiliated Local Club Rule 2.11(a) NRA Affiliated Open Club Rule 2.11(b) State Association Rule 2.12 Service Rule 2.13 2. Teams winning Place Awards are not eligible for Division/Class and/or Category Awards, but will be counted in order to compute the number of Division/Class and/or Category awards which will be made. There must be two or more teams in order to establish one award in a Division/ Class ans/or Category. Five teams will provide a 2nd place; 8 teams, 3rd place; 13 teams, 4th place, and so on until the final number of award places is established. 3. If there is only one team within a class and/or category, that team will be combined within a division/class as shown below until a total of two or more teams is achieved. St. Assn. to Local Club to Open Club to Service Local Club to St. Assn. to Open Club to Service Service to Open Club to St. Assn. to Local Club Open Club to Service to St. Assn. to Local Club 4. If there is only one team within a division/class, and combining categories does not achieve the minimum of two teams, that team will be combined with the next highest class within that category and then to the next appropriate category until the minimum of two teams is achieved. If a team cannot be combined within a division/class and/or category, no award will be given for that division/class and/or category. Teams of lower classification will not be combined with the Master Class, nor will

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Master Class Teams be combined with High Master Class teams. If there are insufficient Master or High Master Class teams to make a division/ class or category, they will compete for Open awards only.

Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Firearms Allowed:

High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque High Woman: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 or Match Rifle, Rule 3.3, or Any Sight Match/Tactical Rifle, Rule 3.3.2 When competing with a firearm in Rule 3.1(f) Service Rifle Optic Sight, or 3.3.2 NRA Any Sight Match Rifle/Tactical Rifle, you are only eligible for special awards competing against others in the same category.

NATIONAL HIGH POWER LONG RANGE CHAMPIONSHIP TOMPKINS TROPHY MATCH #500 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score in Matches 531 and 532; 534 or 535 or 536; 537 or 538 or 539; and 540.

Awards:

Winner: Tompkins Trophy laminated plaque, gold tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $500 Visa Gift Card. Second: Silver tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $300 Visa Gift Card. Third: Bronze tone National Championship Medallion, a firearm and a $200 Visa Gift Card.

Special Awards:

(For this match only, awards will be given regardless of the number of entries.) High Service Rifle: Billy C. Atkins Trophy miniature and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Woman: NRA Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Senior: NRA Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. High Competitor using a Palma Rifle: Bert Rollins Memorial Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card.

Class Awards:

Winner: $100 Visa Gift Card Second: $50 Visa Gift Card Third: $25 Visa Gift Card Fourth & below: $10 Visa Gift Card

2010 Winner:

John Whidden, Nashville, GA; Score: 1243-75X

National Championship Record:

1245-62X; SPC Sherri Gallagher, USA (2009)

CANADIAN CUP MATCH #501 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 534 or 535 or 536; 537 or 538 or 539, and 540.

Firearms Allowed:

As specified in match conditions. Rule 9.1 does not apply to this aggregate. Competitors are allowed to change rifles between the matches included in this aggregate.

Awards:

Winner: Canadian Cup Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card.

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Special Awards:

Class Awards:

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Robert A. Gustin, Cameron Park, CA; Score: 847-57X

National Championship Record: 850-52X; G. David Tubb (2004)

SIERRA TROPHY MATCH #511 Course of Fire:

This is an aggregate of each competitor’s total score fired in Matches 536 and 539.

Firearms Allowed: Palma Rifle, Rule 3.3.1

Awards:

Winner: Sierra Trophy miniature and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque

Class Awards:

Winner: 12 Award Points Second: 10 Award Points Third: 9 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Trevor L. Massey, Covington, WA; Score: 397-18X

National Championship Record: 400-19X: Robert A. Gustin (2002)

MUSTIN TROPHY MATCH #531 Fired: Saturday, August 13

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yds., slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6 or 5.13). The British supine (back) position is permitted under Rule 5.13, under the following conditions: Scores fired in other that the prone position (Rule 5.6) will not be used for National Records. If a competitor on either side objects to the distraction of the back position, the competitor using that position will be re-squadded.


Time Limit: 30 minutes

Firearms Allowed:

Any Rifle, Rule 3.2; metallic sights only, Rule 3.7(a).

Firing Regulations:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner (Regardless of rifle used): Vice Admiral Mustin Trophy plaque, silver tine Mustin medallion and a $50 Visa Gift Card.

Special Awards:

High Service Rifle (if not match winner): Bronze Mustin medallion High Palma Rifle (if not match winner): Bronze Mustin medallion High Any Rifle (if not match winner): Bronze Mustin medallion High Junior: 10 Award Points High Woman: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

John Widden, Nashville, GA; Score: 198-11X

National Championship Record:

Kent R. Reeve, Cary, NC, Score: 200-14X (2007)

Shootoffs for Match 531 & 532 Shootoff for 532 fired before 531. A 20 minute break between shootoffs.

Fired:

Saturday, August 13, approximately 1 hour after the completion of match 531.

Open To:

The high-scoring competitor (Service Rifle, Any Rifle, Palma Rifle) from each relay of match 531 and 532. If the high score on any re1ay is tied for score and X-count without regard for Rule 15, all such high-scoring competitors in that relay will qualify for the shoot-off.

Course of Fire:

Each shoot off participant will fire 3 sighting shots and 10 shots for record. Time limit: 13 minutes.

Target Operations:

Competitors qualifying for shoot-offs must provide a target operator. Notify the Chief Range Officer of the target operator’s name as soon as possible after notification of participation in the shootoff. Score keepers will be provided by match officials.

Procedures in case of ties in the shoot offs:

- Definition of a shoot off tie: Same total numerical score, same X-count. Rule 15 does not apply. - Should a tie result under the definition above, it will be settled by an additional 5-shot shoot off counting Xs which will be shot in 5 minutes with no sighters. If the shooters are still tied, then they will shoot another 5 shots.

Firearms Allowed:

As specified for Match 531. Ru1e 9.1 wil1 not apply in the shoot offs.

Awards:

These shoot offs will determine the overall winner and winners of the remaining two rifle categories.

REMINGTON “BAND OF BROTHERS” TROPHY MATCH #532 Fired: Saturday, August 13 (before 531)

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yds., slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6 or 5.13). The British supine (back) position is permitted under Rule 5.13, under the following conditions: Scores fired in other than the prone position (Rule 5.6) will not be used for National Records. If a competitor on either side objects to the distraction of the back position, the competitor using that position will be re-squadded.

Time Limit: 30 minutes

Firearms Allowed:

Any Rifle, Rule 3.2 and Rule 3.7(c), no restrictions on sights.

Firing Regulations:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner : Remington Band of Brothers Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

Overall Junior: 10 Award Points High Woman: 10 Award Points High Senior: 10 Award Points High Grand Senior: 10 Award Points

Class Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

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2010 Winner:

Michelle M. Gallagher, Prescott, AZ; Score: 200-13X

National Championship Record:

SFC Lance D. Dement, USA, Score: 200-16X (2007)

SHOOTOFFS FOR MATCHES 534, 535, 536, 537, 538, AND 539 (Leech, Porter, Andrus, Wimbledon, Farr and Aiken Matches)

Fired:

Sunday, August 14, and Monday August 15, immediately after completion of the daily Team Match.

Open To:

The high-scoring competitor from each relay of each of the matches specified above. If the high score on any relay is tied for score and X-count without regard for Rule 15, all such high-scoring competitors in that relay will qualify for the shoot-off.

Course of Fire:

Each shoot-off participant will fire 3 sighting shots and 10 shots for record. Time limit: 13 minutes.

Target Operations:

Competitors qualifying for shoot-offs must provide a target operator. Notify the Chief Range Officer of the target operator’s name immediately after cease-fire of the Team Match. Score keepers will be provided by match officials.

Procedures in case of ties in the shoot offs:

- Definition of a shoot off tie: Same total numerical score, same X-count. Rule 15 does not apply. - Should a tie result under the definition above, it will be settled by an additional 5-shot shoot off counting X’s which will be shot in 5 minutes with no sighters. If the shooters are still tied, then they will shoot another 5 shots.

Firearms Allowed:

As specified for Matches 534, 535, 536, 537, 538 and 539. Rule 9.1 will not apply in the shoot offs.

Awards:

Firing Regulations:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner: Leech Cup Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

Overall Junior: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

Class and/or Category Awards: Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

John L. Whidden, Nashville, GA; Score: 200-14X

National Championship Record: 200-15X, John L. Whidden (2008)

PORTER TROPHY MATCH #535 (Fired concurrent with Leech Cup Match)

Fired:

Sunday, August 14 (Shoot off for winner fired same day)

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yards slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6). Time limit 30 minutes.

These shoot offs will determine ONLY THE WINNERS of Matches 534, 535, 536, 537, 538 and 539.

Firearms Allowed:

LEECH CUP MATCH #534 Fired:

Firing Regulations:

Sunday, August 14 (Shoot off for winner fired same day)

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yds., slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6 or 5.13). The British supine (back) position is permitted under Rule 5.13, under the following conditions: Scores fired in other thanthe prone position (Rule 5.6) will not be used for National Records. If a competitor on either side objects to the distraction of the back position, the competitor using that position will be re-squadded.

Firearms Allowed:

Any Rifle, Rule 3.2; metallic sights only, Rule 3.7(a)

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Service Rifle, Rule 3.1

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner: Porter Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points


Special Awards:

High Junior: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

2010 Winner:

SFC Grant L. Singley, USA; Score: 196-7X

National Championship Record:

199-l0X; CW04 Allan M. I. Lederman, USMCR (1994)

ANDRUS TROPHY MATCH #536 (Fired concurrent with Leech Cup Match)

Fired:

Sunday, August 14 (Shoot off for winner fired same day)

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yards slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6). Time limit 30 minutes.

Firearms Allowed:

Any Rifle, Rule 3.2 and 3.7(c) no restrictions on sights.

Firing Regulations:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner: Wimbledon Cup Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

Firearms Allowed: Palma Rifle, Rule 3.3.1

High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

Firing Regulations:

Class and/or Category Awards:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner: Andrus Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

Special Awards:

High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

Winner: 10 Award Points Second: 9 Award Points Third: 8 Award Points Fourth & below: 7 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Richard L. Kussman, Forest Hill, MD; Score: 199-6X

National Championship Record:

200-16X; Michelle Gallagher (2004); Gerald Sanders (2004)

FARR TROPHY MATCH #538 (Fired concurrent with Wimbledon Cup Match)

Fired:

Monday, August 15 (Shoot off for winner fired same day)

Course of Fire:

2010 Winner:

20 shots for record, 1000 yards slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6). Time limit 30 minutes.

National Championship Record:

Firearms Allowed:

David Cloft, Vine Grove, KY; Score: 198-12X 200-11X; Kent R. Reeve (2004)

WIMBLEDON CUP MATCH #537 Fired: Monday, August 15 (Shoot off for winner fired same day)

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yds., slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6 or 5.13). The British supine (back) position is permitted under Rule 5.13, under the following conditions: Scores fired in other than the prone position (Rule 5.6) will not be used for National Records. If a competitor on either side objects to the distraction of the back position, the competitor using that position will be re-squadded.

Service Rifle, Rule 3.1

Firing Regulations:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Winner: Farr Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card

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Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

individuals issuing squadding tickets of their special squadding request. (All requests may not be accommodated).

Special Awards:

Course of Fire:

High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

SFC Jeremy Mangione, USA; Score: 195-8X

Unlimited practice firing and 15 shots for record, prone, at 800 yds. Coaching allowed during practice firing only. Two sighting shots and 15 shots at 900 and 1000 yds. Prone. All practice firing and the specified 15 record shots must be completed within a 22-minute time limit per stage. If, after firing 7 rounds, any competitor not hitting the paper, will be withdrawn from the match.

National Championship Record:

Firearms Allowed:

2010 Winner:

199-4X; CW3 Billy C. Atkins; USAR (l982)

“DOC” AIKEN TROPHY MATCH #539 (Fired concurrent with Wimbledon Cup Match)

Fired:

Monday, August 15 (Shoot off for winner fired same day)

Course of Fire:

20 shots for record, 1000 yards slow fire, prone (Rule 5.6). Time limit 30 minutes.

Firearms Allowed: Palma Rifle, Rule 3.3.1

Firing Regulations:

Unlimited practice firing with coaching may be fired within the match time authorized (30 minutes) provided all practice firing is completed BEFORE any record shots are fired. The COMPETITOR must advise their scorer BEFORE firing the first record shot by stating “FIRST RECORD SHOT.” The scorer will ensure that no coaching or practice firing takes place after record firing begins. ALL SHOTS, PRACTICE AND RECORD, MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN THE 30 MINUTE TIME LIMIT. Any competitor not hitting the paper after firing 7 rounds will be withdrawn from the match.

Awards:

Division A: Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 (.308/7.62 or .223/ 5.56 only) Division B: U.S. Palma Rife, Rule 3.3.1(a) Division C: Any Rifle with metallic sights, Rule 3.2 NOTE: Division “C” scores are not used as part of the Long Range Championship or the Canadian Cup Match. Its purpose is to allow rifles of a caliber other than those required in Division A or B.

Awards:

Top Twenty Competitors (from Divisions A & B): A Palma “20” Brassard Winner (Highest score regardless of rifle used, Division A or B) Palma Individual Trophy laminated plaque, gold tone Palma Pin and a $50 Visa Gift Card. Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points Class and/or Category Awards: No Class or Category awards will be distributed for this match. Scores will be ranked by Division and the following will be awarded in Division A and B. Second through Tenth: Silver Palma Pins Eleventh & Below: Bronze Palma Pins (Bronze Palma Pins will be provided on the basis of one award for each 10 competitors below 10th place.

Division C Awards:

Winner: NRA Plaque and 50 Award Points Second: 30 Award Points Third: 20 Award Points

2010 Winner:

Robert Gustin, Cameron Park, CA; Score: 450-33X

Winner: Doc Aiken Trophy laminated plaque and a $50 Visa Gift Card Second: 35 Award Points Third: 25 Award Points

National Championship Record:

Special Awards:

ROUMANIAN TROPHY TEAM MATCH #521 Fired:

High Overall Junior: NRA Plaque High Senior: NRA Plaque High Grand Senior: NRA Plaque

2010 Winner:

SFC Norman L. Anderson, USA; Score: 198-10X

National Championship Record: 199-8X, John J. Jackson (l998)

PALMA INDIVIDUAL TROPHY MATCH #540 Fired: Tuesday, August 16

Firing Time & Squadding:

Firing begins at 8:30am. Competitors must be at the Viale Range 1000yd line by 0700am to receive their squadding assignment. Competitors sharing a rifle for this match must appear in line together and inform the

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450-33X, Robert Gustin (2010)

Sunday, August 14

Open To:

Four-man teams only, Rule 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, and 2.13

Course of Fire:

Two sighting shots and 20 shots for record per firing member at 1000 yds. See Rule 8.3 for team time.

Firearms Allowed:

Division A: The Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 Division B: The Palma Rifle, Rule 3.3.1(a) Division C: Any Rifle, Rule 3.2; metallic sights only, Rule 3.7(a)

Awards:

Winner: Six Roumanian Trophy laminated plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member Second: NRA Silver Tone Medals and 9 Award Points to each firing member.


Third: NRA Bronze Medals and 7 Award Points to each firing member.)

Special Awards:

National Championship Record: 799-51X, USAMU Praslick (2006)

Division A Winner: Six NRA Plaques and 5 Award Points to each firing member Division B Winner: Six NRA Plaques and 5 Award Points to each firing member Division C Winner: Six NRA Plaques and 5 Award Points to each firing member

PALMA COURSE TEAM MATCH - PALMA RIFLE #523 Fired:

Class and/or Category Awards:

Open To:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third & below: 8 Award Points per firing member

2010 Winner:

US National Rasmussen, Bachand; Score: 785-30X

National Championship Record: 799-43X, USAMU Praslick (2005)

HERRICK TROPHY TEAM MATCH #522 Fired: Monday, August 15

Open To:

Four-man teams, Rules 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, and 2.13

Course of Fire:

Two sighting shots and 20 shots for record per firing member at 1000 yds. See Rule 8.3 for team time.

Firearms Allowed:

Division A: The Service Rifle, Rule 3.1 Division B: The Palma Rifle, Rule 3.3.1(a) Division C: Any Rifle, Rule 3.2 Any Sights

Awards:

Winner: Six Herrick Trophy laminated plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member Second: NRA Silver Tone Medals and 9 Award Points to each firing member Third: NRA Bronze Medals and 7 Award Points to each firing member

Special Awards:

High Civilian Team: Six Port Clinton Trophy laminated plaques and 5 Award Points per firing member High Reserve Component Team (including National Guard): Six Bausch and Lomb Trophy laminated plaques and 5 Award Points per firing member High Team Using the Service Rifle: Six Critchfield/Herrick Trophy laminated plaque and 5 Award Points per firing member High Team Using the Palma Rifle: Six NRA Plaques and 5 Award Points per firing member

Class and/or Category Awards:

Winner: 10 Award Points per firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third & below: 8 Award Points per firing member

2010 Winner:

USAMU Cooper; Score: 790-29X

Wednesday, August 17 (Matches 523, 524 and 525 fired concurrently)

Four-man Teams

Course of Fire:

Unlimited sighting shots and 15 shots for record, prone, at 800 yds. Two sighting shots and 15 shots for record at 900 and 1000 yds., prone

Firearms Allowed:

Palma Rifle, Rule 3.3.1(a)

Awards:

Winner: 6 NRA Plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third: 8 Award Points per firing member

No class or category awards 2010 Winner:

USA National - Litz Gallagher; Score: 1796-119X

National Championship Record:

1796-119X: USA National - Litz Gallagher (2010)

PALMA COURSE TEAM MATCH - SERVICE RIFLE #524 Fired: Wednesday, August 17 (Matches 523, 524 and 525 fired concurrently)

Open To:

Four-man Teams

Course of Fire:

Unlimited sighting shots and 15 shots for record, prone, at 800 yds. Two sighting shots and 15 shots for record at 900 and 1000 yds., prone

Firearms Allowed: Service Rifle, Rule 3.1

Awards:

Winner: 6 NRA Plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third: 8 Award Points per firing member

No class or category awards 2010 Winner:

USAMU Craig; Score: 1761-69X

National Championship Record: 1761-69X: USAMU Craig (2010)

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PALMA COURSE TEAM MATCH - ANY RIFLE #525 Fired: Wednesday, August 17 (Matches 523, 524 and 525 fired concurrently)

Open To:

Four-man Teams

Course of Fire:

Unlimited sighting shots and 15 shots for record, prone, at 800 yds. Two sighting shots and 15 shots for record at 900 and 1000 yds., prone

Firearms Allowed:

Any Rifle with metallic sights

Awards:

Winner: 6 NRA Plaques and a $20 Visa Gift Card to each firing member Second: 9 Award Points per firing member Third: 8 Award Points per firing member

No class or category awards 2010 Winner:

Buckeye Volunteers; Score: 1704-40X

National Championship Record:

1782-90X; Southeast Rifle Club Grey (2009)

2010 High Power Long Range Championship Winners Match 500 High Power Rifle Long Range Championship

Previous National High Power Long Range Champions 2010-John Whidden 2009-SPC Sherri Gallagher, USA 2008-John L. Whidden 2007-John L. Whidden 2006-Kent R. Reeve 2005-Norman F. Crawford 2004-G. David Tubb 2003-Nancy Tompkins-Gallagher 2002-Joshua K. Harless 2001-Michelle M. Gallagher 2000-Michelle M. Gallagher 1999-Nancy Tompkins-Gallagher 1998-Michelle M. Gallagher 1997-Nancy H. Tompkins-Gallagher 1996-Thomas J. Whitaker 1995-Mitchell R. Maxberry 1994-Gary A. Hudson 1993-Mitchell R. Maxberry 1992-Randall R. Gregory 1991-Peter A. LaBerge 1990-Mitchell R. Maxberry 1989-G. David Tubb 1988-G. David Tubb 1987-G. David Tubb 1986-Franklin A. Behl 1985-Eric M. St. John 1984-G. David Tubb 1983-Patrick M. McCann 1982-Patrick M. McCann 1981-Michael A. Keeme 1980-Gary L. Anderson 1979-Michael W. Gorchinski, USN 1978-Albert R. LaBerge 1977-Nancy H. Clark

National Champion: John Whidden, Nashville, GA; Score: 1243-75X High Service Rifle: SFC Grant L. Singley, USA; Score: 1209-39X High Overall Junior: Michael D. Storer, Enurnclaw, WA; Score: 1221-45X High Woman: Michelle M. Gallagher, Prescott, AZ; Score: 1238-70X High Senior: Robert A. Gustin, Cameron Park, CA; Score: 1233-70X High Grand Senior: Middleton Tompkins, Prescott, AZ; Score: 1228-56X High Competitor using a Palma Rifle: Kevin R. Nevius, Gibsonburg, OH; Score: 1236-52X National Championship Record: 1245-62X; SPC Sherri Gallagher, USA (2009)

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