An event designed for the
entire family. Whether you are 10 or 90 years old, male or
female, beginning or seasoned shooter come join us at our
22 LR Steel Dogs match because you will have more fun than
just trying to shoot paper? This match we will be engaging
a small version of a Prairie Dog target with distances ranging
from 35 yards to 225 yards. This target measures approximately
6” high by 2.5” wide. There will be four separate
strings of fire, 10 targets per string with a maximum of 40
targets. On all four strings the shooters will begin the course
of fire in their desired shooting position (from the bench
or prone) with their rifle loaded with 10 rounds and the rifle's
action closed. You may utilize any .22LR semi automatic or
bolt action rifle. There are two separate divisions, scoped
and iron sights. It is best the rifle uses ten round magazines
but is not required, bring what you own and have fun. So load
up the family and dust off that 22 LR rifle you been meaning
to shoot more of any way and get your feet wet into the realm
of fun rifle matches.
String No. 1:
signal, the shooter will engage 10 targets in ascending order
with one round each. The targets will be set at: 35yd (35pt),
50yd (50pts), 65yd (65pts), 80yd (80pts), 90yd (90pts), 100yd
(100pts), 110yd (110pts), 120yd (120pts), 135yd (135pts) and
150yd (150pts). You will have a maximum of 3 minutes to engage
all targets. The clock stops when you have fired your 10th
shot (fired at the 150yd target). If you hit your intended
target, you will get their assigned point value; if you miss
it or if you hit a target out of order, you just don't gain
any points (no penalty for misses).
String No. 2:
On signal, the shooter will
engage 10 targets in descending order with one round each.
Starting with the 150yd target and ending on the 35yd target.
You will have a maximum of 3 minutes to engage all targets.
The clock stops when you have fired your 10th shot.
String No. 3:
On signal, you must hit all 10 targets in ascending order. If you hit your intended target with your first shot, you get its full point value. If you don't hit it on your first shot but you hit it on the second shot, you receive 50% of the points. If you don't hit it on the second shot and you hit it on the third shot, you receive 25% of its value. If you don't hit your intended target on your third shot (or if you skip it), you will not receive that target's points value and you must continue shooting the next farthest target. You can bring to the line as many magazines as you deem necessary but each magazine can only be loaded with a maximum of 10 rounds each. You will have a maximum of three minutes for this string of fire.
String No. 4:
On signal, you will have one
minute to rack up as many points as you can. You can engage
the targets in any order you like but you can only engage
each target once. If you hit it on your first shot, you get
the target's full point value. If you miss it, you must engage
a different target. Whether you hit or miss, you cannot engage
the same target a second time.
In case of a tie, the shooter with the shortest
cumulative time (for all four strings of fire) will get the
We will have two separate divisions: Scoped Rifle (no magnification limit) and Open Sights (post & notch or peep sights).
!!!IMPORTANT!!! This match is intended only for .22LR rifles (semi-auto or bolt action). !!!IMPORTANT!!!
PLEASE NOTE THAT .22 Mag, .17HMR, .17HM2, or any other rim fire or center fire cartridge WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.
The cost of this match is only $10 per shooter
and it will be limited to 40 shooters. You may enter both
divisions open sights and scoped if there are extra shooting
positions available (separate entrance fee for each division).
Sight in starts at 8:30am.
Set up will be at 9:00am.
Shooters meeting will be at 9:15am and we will start shooting
shortly after that.