Smallbore silhouette match is especially fun because of its interactive targets. Scoring is easy. Either the target is knocked over or not. It is not a gear game. A shooter only needs a 22 rifle and ammo in order to compete. We shoot four different size targets at four different distances while using three different shooting positions. We have five classes for shooters of different skill levels, plus high over all, lady, and junior ribbons. Shooters may compete in both magnified and non magnified classes. New to a smallbore silhouette event? We will go out of our way to help you. Bring out your twenty-two for a fun morning match. Location: covered smallbore range at the west side of Regional Shooting Facility located at 21555 Pyramid Way.
Match Director Doyle Andrews, doyledandrews @Gmail.com
Gate opens at 8:15 A.M.
Please do not approach or congregate at any range, unless a PVGC Range Safety Officer (RSO) for that range/match is present. If the RSO is not present, please wait outside the gate. If the gate is open when you arrive and an RSO from another match is present, please wait outside the gate for the Match Director/RSO for your match to arrive before proceeding to the range.This has become a problem/causes confusion when there are two PVGC matches held on the same day. Please do not remove firearms from your car or bring them forward until directed by the RSO or Match Director for your match.
Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
Thanks for your cooperation.
A safety and course of fire lecture will commence at 8:30 A.M.
The warm up period will commence after the safety briefing
Entry Fees;Non club members $15,Club members $10, Second Gun $5, Juniors (9 to 17) $5
Course of Fire
NRA small bore rimfire targets
10 chickens at 40 meters
10 pigs at 60 meters
10 turkeys at 77 meters
10 rams at 100 meters
10 shots for 10 targets
40 shots total
3 minutes shooting time for each five targets with a 3 minute reloading stage in between.
Commands: Relay to the line, Load, Fire, Cease Fire
Make the line safe and open actions and store rifles in the racks
The line is safe. You may go down range and reset targets.
A target is scored a hit when it is either knocked off the rail or knocked over laying on the rail.
No penalties for shooting your targets out of order. If the shooter scores a hit on a competitors target it is miss for that shooter and non target for the neighbor shooter. If necessary the neighbor’s target can be reset during a cease fire.
For each shot taken over the allotted 5 will cost a minus one regardless of a hit or miss.
Any shot taken after the three minutes time limit will cost a minus one regardless of a hit or miss.
Scoring will be done at the firing line. Each target will be scored after each shot.
If one shot knocks over two or more targets it is scored as a one. If necessary targets can be reset during a cease fire.
After ceasefire and the line is safe the shooters may go down range to reset the targets.
Shooting Positions for all classes.
Shooters who are physically unable to shoot from the sitting and/or the prone position for the chickens and turkeys may shoot standing and receive a bonus of one target for the set of ten. The maximum score for a set of ten targets is ten. This bonus is not available for Master class shooters.
Squads will draw cards for their starting target.
Shoot offs will be Chickens standing. All ties for HOA will be shot off.
Rifles chambered for 22 rimfire only.
40 rounds of ammunition required per match, plus optional rounds for sight-in period and potential shoot-offs.
No hot ammo (1200 fps +)
Magnified class scopes may be of any power
Red dots with zero magnification are allowed in the non magnified class.
No slings, bipods, rests, bags, support gloves, and benches. If in doubt please check with the match director.
While in the prone position the rifle and hands can not touch the ground.
Clothing according to NRA rules. Shooting vests are allowed.
Magnified (any power)
Non magnified (fixed sights or red dot)
A shooter’s first event score will determine their class assignment
When a shooter records a higher score than their present classification they will be assigned to the corresponding higher class.
At the end of the year classifications will be adjusted by the shooters average score (lowest score thrown out).
Overall Match Winner (O.M.W. ribbon plus the traveling trophy)
High Lady, pink ribbon
High Junior (9-17 years old)
Magnified and Non Magnified, each class recieves 1st, 2nd, 3rd place ribbons.
PVGC Championship Awards, magnified, non-magnified, ladies, and junior. The aggregate of the top five scores March through November. Must be at least three qualifying competitors in each category.
Please keep conversations at a low volume during shooting
No profanity please