Air Rifle

3-Position Sporter Air Rifle Postal Match

NRA and the Royal Rangers have developed a shooting program to offer Royal Rangers across the country an opportunity to participate in several nationwide postal matches.

PREREQUISITE

It is recommended that Firearm Safety and Marksmanship merits be completed prior to participation in
the postal programs.

MATCH CONDITIONS

Eye protection is required during this event by the Royal Rangers.

ELIGIBILITY

An individual may enter this match only once per calendar year. All competitors must be a Boy who is part of a Royal Ranger Outpost

FIRING DATES

Competition will begin on January 1st of each calendar year and will end on October 31st. All scores
must be returned to NRA and postmarked by November 15th. Firing may be done any time after score
reporting forms are received from the Competitive Shooting Division.

FEES

Individuals $5.00 each. Teams $15.00 each.
All team members must enter as individuals.
(Example: 5 individuals at $25.00 and one $15.00 team fee for a total of $40.00 for one 5 member team).

AWARDS

See each match for award schedule. Minimum of two competitors in a category for an award to be given.

ADMINISTRATION

Complete the entry form attached and return to the Competitive Shooting Division. You will receive score reporting forms to record the match scores. Return completed score reporting forms and entry fees to:
National Rifle Association
ATTN: Competitive Shooting Division / Postal Programs
11250 Waples Mill Rd.
Fairfax, VA 22030

NSSP Air Rifle Postal Match Score Form (fillable)

TARGETS:

Shooter’s name and position being shot will be printed in the upper right hand corner of each target.
Target acquisition is the responsibility of the competitor. NRA official targets are required. For a list of licensed target manufacturers’ visit:
http://competitions.nra.org/competition-resources/nra-licensed-target-manufacturers
Sponsors keep all targets until the challenge period has ended and all results are final.

SCORING

Each target must be scored by two individuals and in accordance with NRA Rules. If targets are scored electronically; verification by two individuals is not required.

MATCH BULLETIN

The NRA will compile a national results bulletin. Results will be available online at:
http://competitions.nra.org/championship-results/nra-postal-matches-results

AWARDS

Individuals – 1st Place winner in each category will receive a plaque engraved with postal logo. Second through fifth place will receive awards based on participation. Additional awards will be provided for each additional ten competitors in a category.
Team – National Trophy plaques will be provided for first place to each firing team member. One place award will be provided for each five teams.

CATEGORIES

– Shooters will enter in only one of the following categories:
Sub-junior: Competitors who will not reach their 15th birthday in the calendar year of competition.
Intermediate Junior: Competitors who reach their 15th or 16th birthday in the calendar year of competition.
Junior: Competitors who reach their 17th or *18th birthday in the calendar year of competition.
* To compete as an 18 year old junior, the competitor must be an Expedition Ranger and may not be serving as an Assistant Group Leader in the Outpost.

TEAM MATCH

The team match is an unfired match generated by the fired scores of four (4) participating individuals.
The team category will be determined by the age of the oldest team member.

RULES

Current NRA Sporter Air Rules will govern this competition. Rule Books may be obtained on line at:

http://competitions.nra.org/official-nra-rule-books.aspx

EQUIPMENT

See rule 3.2 NRA Sporter Air Rifle rule book.

TARGETS

AR-5/10 – 10 meter – 10 bulls. Official NRA targets must be used.

COURSE OF FIRE

30 Shots total at 10 meters.
10 shots prone in 15 minutes; 10 shots standing in 20 minutes and 10 shots kneeling in 15 minutes.
Targets are to be shot in the order stated above.