Junior High Power State Championship Match
Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association
Dates: Saturday, July 10, 2021
Sponsor: Indiana State Rifle and Pistol
Location: Fort Wayne
Rifle and Revolver Club Range, 15715 Rupert Road, Harlan, IN 46743 Google:
“15715 Rupert Road, Harlan IN” for detailed directions.
Contact Information: For additional information, contact the FWRR High Power Match Director, Larry Beardsley, at FWRRHPdirector@aol.com.
Open To: NRA or
ISRPA membership not required. All
competitors must have a Release of Liability Agreement on file with FWRR, or
must complete the Release at registration. Competitors must sign the Liability
Release and a Parent, Guardian or an Authorized Adult must witness the
signature. An Authorized Adult must
have signed Parental or Guardian consent to sign the Release of Liability.
Entry Fee: $10.00, payable at Statistics Office on Match day. Cash or checks only please; no credit cards can be processed. Entry fees are partially paid by an FWRR contributor and an IYSSF Grant.
Ammunition: Any safe ammunition permitted – No tracers or
Time: Registration opens at 7:30 and closes at 8:30. First shot – promptly at 9:00 A.M. Lunch will be available – free to competitors and may be purchased for $10.00 by non-competitors.
Pre-registrations are encouraged.
Register at FWRRHPDirector@aol.com. Walk-in registrations will be accepted up to
a range capacity of 28 competitors.
Adults may fire as “Out of Competition” shooters if range capacity
allows. Parents and sponsors of
Competitors will be given preference for “Out of Competition” slots.
NRA 50-Round National Match Course.
The 600-yard stage will be fired at 300-yards on the MR-63 reduced
Rules: 2021 NRA High Power Rules will apply. Match and Service rifles will be permitted. NRA Classifications will be used. Shooters not having a classification will enter as Unclassified Master. A Match Jury will be empaneled.
Targets: The matches will be shot on Silver Mountain Electronic Targets. Competitors are required to provide their own display device (Tablet, IPhone, IPad) or similar device. Competitors are responsible for having enough battery capacity in their devices to support the operating time required for a match.
If, in the judgment of the Range Officer, a competitor is shooting in a manner that endangers the range equipment, that competitor will be withdrawn from the match and their match fees refunded.
NRA Registered Match
200yds, slow fire, standing, 2 convertible sighters and 10 shots for record
Match 2 –
200yds, rapid fire, sitting, 2 sighters and 10 shots for record, 63 seconds
Match 3 –
300yds, rapid fire, prone, 2 sighters and 10 shots for record, 73 seconds
Match 4 – Simulated
600yds, slow fire, prone, 2 convertible sighters and 20 shots for record
Course Aggregate: Matches 1-4. Match 5
winner will be the Indiana Junior State Champion, subject to residency
Match Winners: An award will be presented to the winner of each Match.
Classification Winner: The high
scoring competitor in each Classification will be presented an award. Classifications will be combined until a
minimum of three Competitors are represented in each Classification.
Residency: Indiana Junior State Champion must be an Indiana
Fort Wayne Rifle and Revolver Club
Electronic Target Scoring Rules
1. Verifier Duties. During competitions with E-targets,
competitors on a prior or upcoming relay are assigned as verifiers. Duties of Verifiers include:
A. Confirming that competitors
fire at their targets and that their targets score those shots.
B. Confirming that competitors
fire the correct number of shots at their targets during slow and rapid-fire
C. Immediately notifying the RO
regarding any questions, complaints or irregularities on the verifier’s target.
D. Scores recorded by verifiers
are unofficial until the competitor’s monitors and associated shot data are
cleared, then the verifier’s recorded scores become the official scores.
2. Protested Shot Value: Since backing cards are not used, score value protests cannot be accepted unless the target identifies the shot with a “*” in the shot column, indicating something non-standard, such as extreme shot angle, abnormal velocity, loss of a sensor, etc. In this case a protested shot value may be changed or refired at the Range Officer’s discretion.
3. Missing Shot, Slow Fire:
A. Check for extra shots on adjacent targets. If the competitor agrees that the crossfire is his, score the shot as a miss.
B. If the competitor disagrees that he fired crossfire,
or if there is no indication of a crossfired shot on adjacent targets, direct
the competitor to fire his next record shot. If that shot registers on the
monitor, direct the competitor to continue firing to complete the required
number of shots in the series.
C. If the competitor fires his/her next record
shot and that shot does not register on the monitor, move the competitor to a
spare target and direct the competitor to continue firing to complete the
required number of shots in the series.
4. Missing Shot,
Rapid-Fire (Insufficient Hits):
A. Confirm the complaint with the
competitor and verifier.
B. If the verifier confirms that
the competitor did not fire all 10 shots (saved rounds), count the scored hits.
C. If the competitor fired all 10
shots and there are nine or fewer shots indicated, check for excessive hits on
adjacent targets. If there are excessive hits equal to the number of missing
shots, score the missing shot(s) as a miss(es).
D. If the competitor fired all 10
shots and there are nine or fewer shots indicated, and there are no excessive
hits on adjacent targets, score the missing shot as equal to the value of the
lowest scoring shot in that series, or allow refire of the string.
5. Unclaimed or Extra
Shot, Slow Fire:
A. If an unclaimed or extra shot appears on the monitor, the competitor may complain:
a) when he/she discovers the extra shot, or:
b) when the competitor has one shot to fire and the monitor indicates that all shots in that series have already been fired, or;
c) when after firing the last shot, the competitor observes that the monitor indicates an extra shot has been fired.
B. If the unclaimed shot appears before the
completion of the series, check for missing shots on adjacent targets. If there
is a missing shot on an adjacent target, direct the competitor to continue
firing and disregard the crossfire.
C. If the extra shot cannot be
identified before the end of the series, nullify the lowest value shot as the
crossfire shot and count the remaining 10 or 20 shots as the competitor’s
D. If a target receives two or
more unclaimed extra shots in a slow-fire series and crossfires cannot be
identified, apply Rule 6.B (11 or 12 shots) or 6.C (13 or more shots).
E. If there is an unclaimed extra
shot, it is also possible (very rare) that the extra shot (usually indicated as
a frame hit or miss) was caused by a piece of debris from an off-target miss or
frame hit on an adjacent target (ricochet hit). If a ricochet hit is
identified, nullify the unclaimed extra shot and count the 10 or 20 record
shots fired by the competitor.
6. Extra Shot(s),
Rapid-Fire (Excessive Hits):
A. Confirm the complaint with the competitor and verifier.
B. If 11 or 12 hits are indicated in a rapid-fire series and the crossfire shot cannot be identified, nullify the lowest value hit/hits and count the remaining ten (10) shots as the competitor’s score (high 10).
C. If 13 or more hits are indicated in a
rapid-fire series and the crossfire shots cannot be identified, determine the
total score for the 10 lowest value hits and give the competitor the option of:
a) accepting that score, or;
b) refiring the series as a range alibi.
7. Bullet Diameter: Calibers of individual competitor’s
rifles are not assigned. All targets
score all shots as .308 caliber.
8. Failure of One or
More Targets: In the event of a target failure or
malfunction, the competitor must be moved to a spare (hospital) target and
allowed to refire the series in which the complaint occurred as a range alibi.