Shot at 25yards/50m/100yrds, from a lying down (prone) position; .22 target rifle is the most accurate of target shooting disciplines. The guns are single shot (either bolt action or martini action).
We have 5 positions for 25 yards.22 prone target rifle participating in three main events
- Time Limit
- and Skirmisher
The range is normally dedicated to Prone Target Rifle on Wednesday and Friday evenings between 20:00 and 22:00.
50m and 100 yrd events are normally arranged on Saturdays/Sundays at the county range.
Standard ‘Steel’ sights are used for all aspects of this discipline; common manufactures are: Anschutz, Feinwerkbau and BSA.
|25 yrd||50 m||100 yrd|
|Detail Time||10mins (often less)||10mins (often less)||10mins (often less)|
|Target||NSRA British Match 1989 Series 2510BM + Sighter||NSRA International Meters M.M.12/89 50 Metres 2 Target + Sighter||NSRA British Match 1989 Series 1001BM 100 Yards 1 Target + Sighter|
|Course of fire||One shot at each target* (10) plus sighters on additional target(s) Scoring: Maximum 100 points, outward scoring||5 Shots on each target Scoring: Maximum 100 points, inward scoring||10 Shots per target Scoring: Maximum 100 points, inward scoring|
|* due to the high accuracy of this discipline these are shot with one shot per target.|
Detail Time: 90 seconds
Target: NSRA 2510BM + Sighter
Course of fire: Sight in on external Sighter, then one shot at each target within the 90 seconds
Scoring: Maximum 100 points, outward scoring
Detail Time: 60 seconds
Target: NSRA X5 Skirmisher
Course of fire: As many shots as possible within 60 seconds, with no more than two shots on each of the 8 targets, unless 16 shots have been fired, in which case you can add a third shot to each target.
Scoring: one point for each ‘hit’, inward scoring.