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- Must be a member of the FCSA to participate, membership available at match
- Eye & ear protection.
- This sport is limited to center fire rifles using brass cartridge cases and bullets of .510″ diameter.
- All FCSA match rules apply, rule book available to match participants at match. There are three classes of competition:
- Unlimited Gun – No weight limit, no design limit
- Heavy Gun – Must weigh less than 50 lb. ready to shoot, must be shot off of separate front and rear rests, must be chambered in either .50 BMG or any wildcat based on the .50 BMG brass and using a .510 dia bullet
- Light Gun – Same as heavy except gun must weigh less than 32.5 lb. ready to shoot, fore end of stock may not exceed 3 1/2″ wide, must be able to chamber the FCSA Light Class chamber gauge
Course of Fire
- Consists of a two-day match in which a competitor fires three five-shot record targets in each class that he chooses to shoot each day.
- A competitor may shoot two classes at a match (shooting more than two classes requires prior approval from the match director) for a total of six targets per class for the match.
- Approximately 50 rounds of ammo are needed per class. All other match procedures similar to NBRSA matches, all club safety rules and required equipment apply.