There isn't a match/competition section anymore, so I was unsure of where to post this, but here it goes: This is a copy of the match program for the first annual Tennessee F Class Championship. What the program doesn't tell you is that the match has been sponsored by MilDot Enterprise, Sierra bullets, Redding Reloading, Krieger Barrels and the US F Class team. We wait patiently as other sponsors are sending items daily. This should be a great match, and give shooters a good chance of leaving with a nice prize. I would also like to add that we should try to support those who support us. With their help, growing and developing the F class is possible. http://www.tnssa.org/highpower/FClass.htm Tennessee Shooting Sports Association 600/1000Yard F Class Championship Tullahoma Tn. (AEDC) May 29- 30, 2004 This is a first time event hosted by the Tennessee Shooting Sports Association (TnSSA) and will be conducted as an NRA Registered State Championship. Please be advised that while out of state competitors are welcome to attend, this is a State Championship and the F Class Championship trophies will be awarded to the high scoring state residents in both classes. Out of state competitors will however qualify for other awards (cash and or award points) Rifle Classes: There will be two classes recognized: F-Class Open with a 10 kg (22 pound) weight limit and F/TR (F-Class/Target Rifle) which is restricted to .223 and .308 caliber rifles fired off of bipods, with a 18.15 pound weight limit. A rear rest (sandbag or sock) is permitted if wanted. Both classes will be receiving awards. Non- F Class entries will be accepted provided there is space available. Priority will be given to F Class entries up to entry closing time. Please note that the 300 yard SR3 target will be used at 600 yards. Rules: Current NRA rules will apply where applicable. Registration: Registration will begin at 8:00 am both days with the first shot downrange at 9:30. Registration and entry fees will be accepted up to 30 minutes prior to firing times, however pre-registration is recommended and appreciated. Those needing to cancel will be allowed a full refund. Competitor Eligibility: This competition is open to all individual NRA members in good standing and to international competitors who are members in good standing of their respective National Shooting Federations. International Teams and Individuals are invited. The scores will be reported to the NRA. Fees: $50.00 per competitor. 4 man teams are $40.00. There will be no entry fees required of Junior entrants. These entry fees include a $5 NRA registration fee and a $1 range use fee. Challenge Fees: Challenge fees will be $1.00. Target Service: Competitors will be required to pull/mark targets. Scoring: Competitors will score. Any competitor failing to perform his scoring duties may be disqualified. Note: Competitors will score X’s as X’s on the score card and the computer will convert them into 11 points to arrive at the final score. Open Bolt Indicator: Open bolt indicators are required and must be used at all times except during preparation time and firing. OBI will be available for purchase at registration and on the firing line. Squadding: All matches will be squadded by the Chief Statistical Officer and will be available starting one hour prior to the start of the matches each day. Matches will start at 8 AM each day. Awards: The awards schedule will be posted at the match. Special Individual Awards: High Junior, high senior, and high woman will receive an award (no class distinction). Junior - A person may compete as a Junior through December 31, of the calendar year in which the twentieth birthday occurs. Senior-A person may compete as a Senior beginning on January 1, of the calendar year in which his or her 60th birthday occurs. Challenge Period: The Challenge period ends 30 minutes after the posting of the match results. Coaching: Coaching during the scoring portion of a match will not be allowed. Coaching is allowed only during the “unlimited sighting shots” portion of a match. There will be a 100mm team scope available on the line to assist competitors getting “on paper” if necessary. Safety: Safety will be of paramount importance in all activities and at all times. All rifles will have actions open with magazines removed and an open bolt indicator inserted into the chamber, except when on the line during the preparation period or during firing. Range location: Arnold Center Rifle Range, near Tullahoma, Tennessee, Arnold Air Force Base (AEDC) Take I-24 to exit 117. Turn toward the Arnold Center and travel about 8.5 miles to a brown sign that says "Arnold Rifle Range". The next road on the right, past the sign is B-5. Turn right onto B-5 and travel 1 mile to the range complex. If the range flag is up but the gate is locked, drive 300yards past the gate to the second gate behind the 600-yard line and contact the line officer. Lodging: All major motel chains are available at exit # 114 Special Notice: Please be advised that AEDC is a National Guard Training Facility and while every effort has been made to minimize conflicts with National Guard training activities, but please be aware that our matches at AEDC are none-the less subject to last minute alteration and or cancellation due to such conflicts. Every effort will be made to contact competitors, as far in advance as possible should such a situation arise Out of state competitors are encouraged to verify match schedules before departing for the range. Please consult the TnSSA website at http://www.tnssa.org/highpower/hp.htm for further information and updates to the program. Contact info: Clyde Nail 10388 Beech Grove Rd. Sparta, Tn. 38583 [email protected] 931-526-5845 or 931-265-6018 or Chris Hayes (615)481-6237 [email protected] SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: Saturday May 29, 2004 Registration at 0800, commence fire at 0930 Match 1-600yard individual slow fire prone, unlimited sighters and 20 shots for record (30 minute time limit). NRA 300 yard target SR-3 Match 2 600-yard individual slow fire prone, unlimited sighters and 20 shots for record (30 minute time limit). NRA 300 yard target SR-3 Match 3 Four-man team match, 600-yard slow fire prone, 2 sighters and 15 shots for record per team member. (35 minute team time per two member phase), a pit change will be held between phases. NRA 300 yard target SR-3 Sunday May 30, 2004 Registration at 0800, commence fire at 0930 Match 4 1000- yard individual slow fire prone, unlimited sighters and 20 shots for record (30 minute time limit). NRA 1000-yard target (LR) Match 5 1000- yard individual slow fire prone, unlimited sighters and 20 shots for record (30 minute time limit). NRA 1000-yard target (LR) Match 6 Four-man team match, 1000-yard slow fire prone, 2 sighters and 15 shots for record per team member. (35 minute team time per two member phase), a pit change will be held between phases NRA 1000-yard target (LR) Match 7 Aggregate of matches 1,2,4,5 Match 8 Aggregate of matches 3,6 A “swap meet” will be held and refreshments will be served at the conclusion of firing each day. Awards will be presented at the awards ceremony Sunday 30 minutes after completion of firing.