Omnibus smallbore matches

Repeats every month on January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, October, November on the fourth Sunday 4 times . Also includes Sun Sep 29 2013, Sun Dec 29 2013.
Sunday, August 25, 2013 - 8:00am
Sunday, September 29, 2013 - 8:00am
Sunday, October 27, 2013 - 8:00am
Sunday, November 24, 2013 - 8:00am
Sunday, December 29, 2013 - 8:00am
Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 8:00am

These are club matches, not sanctioned by the NRA.  NRA position shooters, NRA prone, cross training F- class shooters, and recreational shooters with light rifles trying the F-class format are invited.  The matches are a subset of familiar NRA position and prone formats scaled to fit 30 minute stages.  The F-class matches are ad hoc estimates of where this evolving sport is headed.  If interest is strong, then properly formatted NRA matches for the sectors can be planned as club matches for 2013.  Eventually NRA sanctioned matches may be pursued when the interest builds to justify the effort.


For information concerning the tournament contact: Dennis Green, Small Bore Match Chairman, email, phone 772 -569-0839


Omnibus Prone matches:  NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules for an extended Metric Prone Course of fire, twice at 50 yards, A-51 target, 20 rounds per match, 5 shots per bull: and once at 100 yards A-33 target, 20 rounds per match, 10 shots per bull.  The one relay outdoor prone tournament rule regarding 20minutes minimum between matches is suspended.

Omnibus Position matches:   NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules for NRA 3 Position Outdoor Course of fire, 50 yards, A-51 target, 20 rounds each position (prone, kneeling, standing) 5 shots per bull.  Note the declaration following changing the time intervals.

Omnibus F-Class matches:  High Power Rifle Rules restricted to .22 caliber rimfire long rifle cartridges.   Two 25 round stages for record using the American Rimfire Association, Inc target at 50 yards, one shot per bull, and one stage  at 100 yards A-33 target, 20 rounds per match, 10 shots per bull.

Omnibus F-Class sporting rifle match:  same as above open F-class rules except the rifle in firing configuration weighs less than 8 pounds.

Only one round loaded and fired at a time.

Unlimited sighters above the bar on the targets,   30 minutes per stage (target)

If a first round on paper is below the bar on the target, then notify the range officer before firing another.  He will observe the situation, make a note and give you permission to fire.  All additional holes below the bar will be for record.  The note will be forwarded to the score keeping staff.

Competition open to:  Safe and responsible competitors

Registration Fee:  None

Entries:  advance entries to

Entry Fee:  None

Entries close:   Advance entries by email close at 8 PM the evening preceding the match

Post Entries:  If space is available, then entries will be taken at the small bore range from 0745 to 0815

Entry Limit:  16 total competitors can shoot simultaneously, four at 100 yards, and twelve at 50 yards.   Advance entries will be provisionally squadded by indicated choice of omnibus match the night before the match .  Squadding will be driven by best use of the four 100 yard slots.   See General information

Advance entries who have not reported to the stat office by 0800 the morning of the match will lose their priority squadding.

Firing Starts:  approximately 0830, after the safety briefing and squadding announcements.

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