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Old August 02, 2018, 19:58   #1
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300yd Vintage Sniper Match, 27 Oct 2018, Conover, NC

CVRPC VINTAGE SNIPER MATCH http://cvrp.org/

DATE: SATURDAY, 27 OCT 2018

TIME: REGISTRATION 830, SAFETY BRIEF AND SQUADDING 900, MATCH STARTS AT 930

COST: $25/Team

(IF ENOUGH INTEREST IS SHOWN, A “SIDE MATCH” CONSISTING OF M1A/M14 TYPE RIFLES MAY BE CONDUCTED SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THE VINTAGE MATCH…..AWARDS WILL BE SEPARATE FROM THE VINTAGE MATCH. CONTACT MATCH DIRECTOR IF INTERESTED)

(Still working on details, so this notice is subject to change up until about 1 Oct, lol)

MATCH RULES:

1. Match to be run under rules closely following CMP Vintage Sniper Match rules (Match WILL NOT be CMP sanctioned)

2. This will be a 2-man team match fired at 300yds.

3. Course of fire will be 20 rounds/shooter (40rds/team) at 300yd using standard SR-3 targets. Shooters will fire an additional 20rds/shooter(40rds/team) at 300yds using MR-63 targets (600yd reduced to 300yd targets)

4. Rifles allowed will be any “as-issued” sniper type rifles fielded by the military forces of any country in 1955 or earlier(see list below). In the interest of competition, any “as-issued” military rifle of the same vintage with a commercially manufactured scope of no more than 4X, with an objective bell of 32mm or less, will be allowed to compete. No National Match or glass bedded rifles. Two (2) rifles allowed per team, use them as you wish.

5. Any ammunition, military, civilian, or reloaded, will be allowed with the exception of armor piercing, incendiary, and tracer.

6. All firing will be done from the prone position, supported by front sandbags only. No other form of mechanical support will be allowed. No rear rests of any kind. Competitors may use shooting mats if desired.(recommended due to concrete firing points). Sandbags will be furnished.

7. There will be a 5 min sight in period for each stage, 300yd and 600yd. This 5min period is PER TEAM. Each team is to decide how to best use the allotted time.

8. Each team will be required to pull 1 rotation in the pits.





MATCH PROCEDURE:



1. When called to the line, each team will bring all needed items to the line. Rifles must be empty and have Empty Chamber Indicator (ECI) installed. Once on the line, teams will have a 2 minute non-firing prep period.

2. After the 2 min period, teams will have 1 minute to remove ECI`s and prepare to fire.

3. At the command TARGETS, the 5 min sight in period will begin. Teams can fire as many rounds per member as they deem necessary. After each round fired, targets will be pulled, spotted, pasted, and score indicated. Firing will cease with the second TARGETS command.

4. A 1 minute non-firing period will follow the sight in stage. At his time, targets will remain in the pits and be pasted.

5. The command TARGETS will signal the beginning of the record fire portion. At the command, targets will be raised from the pits and remain exposed for 15 seconds. After 15 seconds the target will return to the pits where a spotter disk and scoring disk will be placed upon it. The targets will rise again after 15 seconds. This sequence will continue until 20 shots have been fired.

6. After the sequence has been completed, the team members will switch places and the sequence will begin again, without a sight in period. Team members will be allowed 2 minutes to switch places.

7. Once both team members have fired 20 rounds, Teams will return ECI`s to their rifles and vacate the firing line for the next teams. Pit swaps will be made during this time if needed.

8. After all teams have fired on their 300yd SR-3 targets, targets will be replaced with 600yd reduced targets(MR-63) and teams will fire again.

9. Teams not firing will have duties as scorers and target pullers in the pits.



AWARDS AND PRIZES TBD


IF ENOUGH INTEREST IS SHOWN, A “SIDE MATCH” CONSISTING OF M1A/M14 STYLE RIFLES MAY BE CONDUCTED SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THE VINTAGE MATCH.





POINT OF CONTACT/MATCH DIRECTOR: ED ROSAMOND

828-312-0288 OR ERE99@ATT.NET

DETAILS WILL BE POSTED ON FALFILES.COM, CAROLINAFIREARMSFORUM.COM, AND ON CATAWBA VALLEY RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB`S WEBSITE, CVRP.ORG
















RIFLES ACCEPTABLE FOR COMPETITION





United States:

- .30-06 cal. M1903A4 (03A3 receiver, 03A3 hand-guard, no sights, C stock or scant-type stock) M73B1 (Weaver 330C 2.5X telescope), M73B2, M81, M82, M84, Stith-Kollmorgan in USMC M1952 configuration Non-issue scopes: Lyman Alaskan, Weaver K2.5

.- 30-06 cal. 1941A1 Springfield (C stock, Standard 1903 sights with Unertl type scope on Unertl type mounts and bases) Winchester A5, Winchester B5, Winchester B3 USMC original issue: Unertl 8X Sniper Telescope Non-issue scopes: Unertl, Lyman or Fekker 6X or 8X scope with up to a 1.5” objective; Leatherwood Malcolm 3X, 6X or 8X Note: All scopes must have external adjustment and no recoil spring.

- .30.06 cal. M1C .30-06 cal. M1D M81 (Lyman), M82, M84 Non-issue: Stith-Kollmorgan 4X, Lyman Alaskan



Belgium:

- .30-06, 7 mm, 7.65 mm, 8 mm SAFN/M1949 (semi auto) (Used by several countries) OPI 4X scope, Echo mount


Canada:

- .303 British (7.70x56mm R) Ross Mark III sniper rifle 5.2X Warner & Swasey M1913; Winchester A5 Non-issue: MVA 5x “B” scope (Montana Vintage Arms)


Germany:

- 8x57 mm Gewehr 98 8x57 mm Karbine 98 ZF4, ZF39, ZF41 Non-issue: Weaver K4 (32 mm max. objective lens dia.)

- Gewehr 43 or Karbine 43 (semi-auto) ZF4 56 Ta



Great Britain and Commonwealth Countries:

- 303 cal. No. 1, Mk III Series SMLE Aldis, Periscopic Prism scope, Winchester A5, William Malcolm 3X or 6X

- .303 cal. Enfield No. 3 Mark I (T) or Pattern 1914 (T) or P-14 (T) M1918 Telescope, Aldis, Periscopic Prism scope, Winchester A5, William Malcolm 3X G

- .303 cal. No. 4 Mark I (T) No. 32 (M32 variants) Non-issue: Lyman Alaskan, Weaver K2.5 or K3



Japan:

- 6.5 mm Type 38 Sniper Rifle 6.5 mm Type 97 Sniper Rifle 6.5 mm Type 99 Sniper Rifle 7.7 mm Type 99 Sniper Rifle

Sweden:

- 6.5 mm M41 series Sniper Rifles Ajack 4x90 mm (German), Aga 3x65 mm (M42 or M44) Non-issue: Weaver K4 (32 mm max. objective lens dia.)

Switzerland:

- 7.5 mm M1931/42 Sniper Rifle 7.5 mm M1931/43 Sniper Rifle 1.8X in M1931/42, 2.8X in M1931/43,


USSR:

- 7.62 mm M1891/30 Mosin Nagant PE, PU USSR: 7.62 mm Tokarev M 1938 (SVT-38) (semi-auto) 7.62 mm Tokarev M 1940 (SVT-40) (semi-auto)


PU Yugoslavia & Czechoslovakia:

- ZF4, ZF39 variants, ZF41 57 7.92 mm M1948 (YUG) 7.92 mm VZ 24, with 24” or 30” barrels





IF ENOUGH INTEREST IS SHOWN, A “SIDE MATCH” CONSISTING OF M1A/M14 STYLE RIFLES MAY BE CONDUCTED SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THE VINTAGE MATCH. THIS WILL BE AN OPEN COMPETITION MATCH WITH SEPARATE AWARDS FROM THE VINTAGE MATCH. PLEASE CONTACT THE MATCH DIRECTOR IF INTERESTED
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