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The club members partake in a number of different competitive shooting disciplines, these are summarised below:

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Prone Rifle

    Criteria

    • Prone rifle is shot at 25 yards using single shot .22 rimfire target rifles.
    • The targets consist of a card with 10 aiming marks, one shot is fired at each diagram.
    • Maximum possible score is 100 points per card.
    • The shooters can use special shooting jackets and a sling to support the rifle.
    • Sights are restricted to “iron” sights [No telescopic sights allowed].
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Lightweight Sport Rifle (LSR)

    Criteria

    • LSR is shot at 20 yards using either single shot or repeating .22 rimfire sporting rifles or air rifles of .22 or smaller calibre.
    • Maximum weight 4.5Kg.
    • The targets consist of one aiming mark, ten shots are fired at this target.
    • Maximum possible score is 100 points per card.
    • Telescopic or “red-dot” reflex sights are permitted.
    • LSR is shot from the standing position, slings and special clothing are not permitted.
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Precision

    There are several courses of fire for LSR and Small-bore Gallery Rifle competition

      Precision

       
    • 3 series of 10 shots in 10 minutes per series.
    • Timed

       
    • 2 series of 5 shots in 150 seconds per series
    • 2 series of 5 shots in 20 seconds per series
    • 2 series of 5 shots in 10 seconds per series
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Long Range Air Pistol)

    Criteria

    • Shot at 20 yards on the same targets and courses of fire as LSR
    • The air pistols can be spring, single stroke pneumatic, pre-charged compressed air or CO2 powered
    • .22 calibre or smaller
    • Telescopic or “red-dot” reflex sights are permitted
    • Pistols are shot single handed
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Match Air Rifle & Air Pistol)

    Criteria

    • Shot at 10 metres
    • Air Rifle targets consist of 5 aiming marks, one shot per diagram
    • Air Pistol targets consist of 1 aiming mark, number of shots per diagram can vary
    • Course of fire 60 shots in 105 minutes
    • Weapons are .177″ calibre and can be spring, single stroke pneumatic, pre-charged compressed air or CO2 powered
    • Only “iron” sights are permitted (normally a notch rear-sight and a blade foresight)
    • This discipline is shot in ISSF and Olympic events.