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Miami Rifle & Pistol Club Approved Conventional Outdoor 2700 Precision Pistol Match
September 20, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
One event on October 18, 2020 at 9:00 am
MIAMI RIFLE and PISTOL CLUB
APPROVED CONVENTIONAL OUTDOOR PRECISION PISTOL 2700 MATCH
DATES: 20 Sept & 18 October
RANGE: 5462 Stonelick-Williams Corner Road, Batavia, OH 45103
SPONSOR: MIAMI RIFLE and PISTOL CLUB
RULES: Current NRA Rules for Approved Tournaments shall apply. Competitors will score and replace targets. Plugging of targets by Match Official only. Shooters may use overlays. Challenge fee is $3.00.
There will be strict adherence to range safety and commands at all times. Eye and ear protection is required.
CLASSIFICATION: Current NRA Pistol Rules National Pistol Classification will be used. Unclassified shooters may choose to shoot Match #16 only, at a reduced fee.
ENTRIES: This is an open match limited to one relay of 30 shooters. NRA membership is not required. The Match Official reserves the right to alter the match schedule in accordance with weather and range conditions.
MATCH FEES: “SHOOT the WORKS” for: $25.00 Club Members, $28.00 Non-Members
STARTING TIME: 9:00 A. M.
REGISTRATION OPEN 8:00 A. M.
CHALLENGES: Challenges must be made within one hour after the posting of the Preliminary bulletin and must be accompanied by a fee of $3.00. If the challenge is sustained, the fee will be returned.
SCORING: Competitors will score the target on their left and will be responsible for signing and returning their own scorecard to the statistical office.
CLASSES: Four competitors per classification required for awards. Any class with four or less competitors will be combined with the next higher class. Master class with less than four competitors will compete for match only. Four or more unclassified competitors will make a class. Three or less will compete as Masters or shoot Match 16 only. The winner of each match will be subtracted from that class before computing award.
There will be one award for each four competitors in the class. When there are 26 or more competitors there will be a first and second match winner.
GENERAL: Every effort will be made to complete the match. Parking is available adjacent to the Firing Line. Empty Chamber Indicators are required, rule 3.21.
Water will be available, bring your own lunch.
Should you require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Kevin Donahoe, interim match director 513-417-4989