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2009 Scarborough, ME - Rifle Match Schedule

Discussion in 'Rifle Competition' started by cdkayak, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. cdkayak


    Mar 21, 2005
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    2009 High Power Rifle Schedule

    May 2 Mauser/Springfield Match
    A 100, 200 and 300 yd. 75 rds, no sighters, human silhouette target Limited to bolt action Mauser or WW1 type rifles (Enfield, Sprngfld, etc.)

    May 17th Beginners match
    A 200, 300, and 600 yd. approved National Match Course (58 Rds.) Service Rifles or Match Rifles

    June 7th D Day Match
    A 100/200/300 yd. Survival on the beach Course of fire (80 Rds.) Any iron sighted rifle used on the beaches of Normandy June 6, 1944

    June 13 & 14 A two day Mid Range Regional w/F Class
    300 & 600yds. Prone. Followed by a Antique Rifle match on Sunday.

    July 26 NRA approved, RMC
    80rds, Match/Service Rifle

    August 9th Operation Starlight Commemorative Match
    A 90 round match using any rifle that was used in the Vietnam War, shot at 100, 200 and 300 yards.

    August 30 CMP John C. Garand Match
    30rds & a NRA NMC Match, 50rds

    September 6th NRA approved RMC
    80rds, Match or Service Rifle

    September 12 & 13 Sat: Maine State Service Rifle Championship
    RMC, 80rds.
    Sun: Garand Match, followed by a Leg or Directors Match.

    September 27th John C Garand Match
    30 rds @ 200yds and a M1-Carbine Match, 40 rds @ 100yds.

    October 18th Any-Any + F Class Prone
    600yds Match, any rifle, any sights

    October 25th Arthur Kierstead Memorial Match
    100,200,300 yards (75 Rds.)
    Any Rifle, any sight, all offhand

    December 13th BOTB Match
    75 Rounds / winter survival at Bastogne

    *I will make edits and/or updates as available.

  2. improman


    Jan 1, 2009
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    whats the july 26th match? service rifle? rules? how too ..what too ...times?
  3. Kicker96FS

    Kicker96FS NES Member

    Feb 13, 2009
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    North Shore, ALMOST in NH!
    I was up there yesterday at the club with Dukeinmaine. He is a member and we shot for a couple of hours. What a wonderful place! Ranges all over, for any kind of shooting you want. They must have around or over 100 acres there. If I lived up there, I would be a member for sure!
  4. bpm990d


    Oct 9, 2005
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    Scarborough F&G website for rifle. You can get the match bulletin. It is an NRA match, so both Match rifles and Service rifles can shoot.

    NRA rulebook for HP.

    At a minimum you will need

    • eye and ear protection -
    • hat -
    • somthing to drink & eat - snack food is good
    • zero - You need a basic zero as you will start shooting at 200 yards in the standing position and move back. Your rifle also needs to have at least 15- 20 minutes of elevation beyond 200 yards.
    • rifle - appropriate. It needs to be able to load five rounds, and you need to be able to rapidly reload it. So it either needs an external mag, or it needs a charging guide installed so you can load it with a charger. Many rifles meet this criteria, but might not be well suited. If you have a full sized AR-15A2 or A4 that would probably be best.
    • sling - used for shooting
    • two magazines or stripper clips
    • 88 rounds of ammo - ball is perfectly acceptable for 200 & 300 but you really should have some decent stuff for the 600 yard stage.
    • optics - you need to score for other competitors so binos or a spotting scope
    • Paper, pencil, notepad or book
    • shooting mat - a poncho or small ground cloth would work
    • something to haul all the stuff around in. Some guys have shooting stools, but a backpack will work. - It's a little bit of a hike from the parking lot to the firing line.

    If you are interested in going, please PM me and I'll e-mail you some stuff.


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