CIHPRS
CIHPRSCentral Indiana Highpower 
Rifle Shooters
 
 
NRA Approved
Outdoor Smallbore Postal Winter League 
Conventional/Metric Prone and F-Class



This is a new concept for CIHPRS and allows are members to compete in Smallbore with other club members from their home range.  Here is how it works.

Each month a shooter must shoot the required monthly course of fire for the division they wish to compete in.
Conventional Prone-120 shots
Metric Prone- 120 shots
F-Class Prone- 120 shots

The shooter can determine when they want to shoot and what portion of the course they want to shoot.  The only requirement is that they contact the League Director the day before they plan to shoot.  Once you declare your match you are required to submit a score.  No submission will be recorded as a zero once declared. 

The shooter will then go to their range shoot their match.  At the completion of the match they will either A.) send a picture of the target to the match director for scoring and verification or B.) take it to another league official for scoring and verification.

At the end of the season the scores are submitted to the NRA and NRA classifications will be awarded.

If a shooter chooses to compete in more than one they may.  However they need to shoot the monthly requirements in each.  A shooter DOES NOT need to shoot every month.  However to be counted for that monthly match they need to meet the requirement. 

In order to compete the following targets need to be used and are provided by the shooter

Targets for Conventional Prone
50yd- A23/5 or A23/6
50m- A27, A27/6 if shot at 50yd 
50m- A26, A26/6 if shot at 50m
100yd- A25

Targets for Metric Prone
50m (shot at 50yd)-  A51
50m (shot at 50m)- A50
100m- A33

Targets for F-Class
50yd- A51
50m- A50
100yd- A33

Targets may be purchased at the following website http://www.pistoleer.com/shooting-targets/rifle/

Or any other place that sells the above listed targets. 

Rifles
Rifles are limited to 22LR cartridges.
F-Open: Same rest and weight rules as F-Open in High power
F-TR: Same rest and weight rules as F-T/R in High power

Sights
Iron and/or Scope.  

Shots per target
At 50yd and 50m the shooter will shoot 5 shots per target bull for 20 rounds total
At 100yd the shooter will shoot 10 shots per target bull for 20 rounds total

Sighters
As per normal small bore rules.  Unlimited sighters in the sighting bulls.  During the scoring string a shooter may return to sighters at any time.  Any shot on target below the sighting line on a target and not in a scoring bull counts as a miss.

Course of Fire Per Month Conventional Prone (120 shots total, 2-20 round stages at each yard line)
Dewar- 1 stage of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record at 50yd in a 20 minute time period
           1 stage of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record at 100yd in a 20 minute time period
100yd- 2 stages of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record in a 20 minute period
50m*- 2 stages of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record in a 20 minute time period

*The 50m stage may be shot at the 50yd line provided the appropriate targets are used.

Course of Fire Per Month Metric Prone (120 total shots, 2-20 round stages at each yard line)
50m*- 2 stages of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record in a 20 minutes time period
Dewar- 1 stage of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record at 50yd in a 20 minute time period
           1 stage of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record at 100yd in a 20 minute time period
100yd- 2 stages of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record in a 20 minute period
*The 50m stage may be shot at the 50yd line provided the appropriate targets are used.

Course of Fire Per Month F-Class Prone (120 total shots, 2-20 round stages at each yard line)
50 yd- 2 stages of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record in a 20 minutes time period
Dewar- 1 stage of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record at 50yd in a 20 minute time period
           1 stage of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record at 100yd in a 20 minute time period
100yd- 2 stages of unlimited sighters and 20 rounds for record in a 20 minute period


Eligibility: Open to any CIHPRS member
Divisions: Conventional Prone, Metric Prone, F-Class   
                A Shooter may compete in more than one division.
Classification: Any shooter with a NRA smallbore classification will compete in that classification.  A shooter who does not have a classification will compete as a Master Unclassified for the monthly matches until shooting 120 shots at which time they will be given a temporary classification for the remainder of the season.  
Season Cost: $5.50 per division
Season: November through end of March
Match Results: At the completion of each month that months match results will be posted.
Season Awards: Provided there are enough shooters a season champion award may be given.  Other awards such as class winners will depend on number of shooters.

League Director
: Shawn Agne





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