There will be two classes: Precision and Open.
Competitors may enter only one of these two classes, as they will be run at the same time.
The Precision class course of fire will require a minimum of 70 rounds, spread over 8 shooting stages.
Target distance will vary from 150m out to 1,000m. There will be multiple targets at various distances on each stage.
It should be noted that this class is limited to exclude full-length magnums, so no .264 WinMag or 7mmRM etc. Velocities in this class are limited to 3,200fps. If you are unsure, then please message Simon or Graeme and they will advise if your rifle is eligible to shoot in this class.
The Open class course of fire will require a minimum of 50 rounds spread over 8 shooting stages. Target distance will vary from 600m out to 1,300m and there will be multiple targets at various distances on each stage.
This class is open to any calibre up to (and including) the 338LM, with a velocity limit of 3,400fps.
If you want to run a 6.5 or similar you may struggle to see your hits in this class on the targets set at a longer distance, we have hit indicators but only a limited number.
A post-match BBQ will be provided for competitors and we will have a 1-mile target set up for guys to have a go at while scores are being added up at the end of the day.
There will be room for tents and limited room to sleep in the woodshed on the Friday night before the shoot, please message to secure your spot if you want to stay at the venue.
This event will be $50 for non-TSSA members and pre-registration and payment is compulsory if you want to secure your spot.
Please contact Graeme Bishop1 to get your name on the list and make payment. A refund for your entry fee will be at the discretion of the organisers, with last minute withdrawals unlikely to see a refund.
TSSA members must pay their 2019 subs by 1 February 2019 to secure their spot and will be required to pre-register for the event ASAP to avoid missing out on a place.
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