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Vancouver Island Service Rifle Fall Championship
Sat, 7 October 2017, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM PDT
Service Rifle is an exciting discipline that will challenge all shooters in a multitude of skills. This course of fire is based on the DCRA Matches1-12 that have been shoot across Canada by both Military and Civilian shooters for decades. A self loading rifle with a minimum of 2X5 round magazines is recommended however skilled shooters with bolt guns will win matches and have broken 500/600 points.
Military style firearm (i.e. AR15, SKS, XCR), shooting a common military cartridge (i.e. 5.56mm, .308, 7.62x39), minimum trigger pull of 4.5lbs, Iron Sights or Optic with a maximum of 4X magnification.
Any rifle in any cartridge that fits the range safety template, any optic, minimum 1kg trigger pull.
2017 MATCH COURSE OF FIRE
Match 1: 200m Deliberate, Prone, 15 rounds in 12 minutes each round will be indicated
Match 2: 200m Snap, Kneeling, 10 rounds, 5x5 second exposures
Match 3: 200m Rapid, Sitting, 10 rounds, 1x30 second exposure
Match 4: 100m Moving Target, Standing, 10 rounds, 5x6 second exposures
Match 5: 300m Deliberate, Prone, 15 rounds in 12 minutes each round will be indicated
Match 6: 300m Snap, Prone, 10 rounds, 5x5 second exposures
Match 7: 300m Rapid, Prone, 10 rounds, 1x30 second exposure
Match 8: 300m Moving Target, prone, 10 rounds, 5x6 second exposures
Match 9: 500m Deliberate, Prone, 15 rounds in 12 minutes each round will be indicated
Match 10: 500m Snap, Prone, 10 rounds, 5x10 second exposures
Match 11: 500m Rapid, Prone, 10 rounds, 1x30 second exposure
Match 12: 500m Run Up Deliberate, Prone, 10 rounds, 1x60 second exposure
Course of fire requires 135 rounds (150 is recommended to cover possible reshoots)
Be prepared to be outside all day and bring lunch, snacks and plenty of water as there is no potable water or food available on site.
All parking will be behind the 500m point.
Check-in at the registration table to collect score cards prior to heading down range.
All competitiors must posses a valid BCRA Membership, PAL/POL and are required to comply with all applicable Canadian Firearms regulations.
Questions concerning BCRA Memberships may be directed to the organizer.