LRSS – Long Range Steel Shooting

                        

 

2020 LONG RANGE STEEL SHOOTS
April 18
May 02
June 13
July 18
August
September 05
October 17

2019 LONG RANGE STEEL SHOOTS
April 20 results
May 18 results
June 15 results
July 20 results
August 24 results
September 14 results
October 19 results

2018 Match Dates:
APRIL 28 Results
MAY 26 Results
JUNE 23 Results
JULY 28 Results
SEPTEMBER 22 Results
OCTOBER 20 Results

2017 Match Dates:
April 29 RESULTS
May 27 RESULTS 
June 10 RESULTS
July 29 RESULTS 
August 26 RESULTS
• September 16 RESULTS
• Oct. 7

Contact: Jesse Grove,
Phone: 814-404-5435
Email: jghoghunter4570@gmail.com


2016 Match Results:
April 23
May 7
June 25
July 2
August 27
September 24

Registration starts at 7:00 am and the match starts at 9:00 am.

As in silhouette, a match will consist of 40 shots fired for record, 10 shots at each distance and different steel gongs. The match winner will then be the competitor who rings/hits the most gongs of combined distances ( best of 40 ).

The target distances are:
850 yards 4" Gong Wildcard 2.5"
900 yards 6" Gong 2.5"
950 yards 8" Gong 4"
1000 yards 10" Gong 4"

Price per gun is $20.00 per match.

No rearward facing brakes allowed.
Any rifle with a caliber not larger than 338 is welcome.
Scoring will be done by the Lewis Scoring system.

Magnum Calibers may be used but no larger than .338 bullet diameter. In addition, the club reserves the right to disallow any competitor whose ammunition is found to be causing undo damage to steel gongs.

The gun rests must be two separate items not physically connected. (No lead sleds or one piece rests allowed nor may the gun be otherwise physically restricted from free recoil except by the shooters shoulder and hands.) The use of Bi pods is permitted.

As in silhouette, a shooter may have a spotter or coach to assist during the competition.

Time limit – 5 minutes to set up followed by 2 minutes for sighters – 15 seconds to load after the "Ready" command followed by 3 ½ minutes for 5 shots at the appropriate gong for record after the "fire" command. After the "Cease Fire" command, all bolts will be removed from the firearms. There will be a 6 minute break – shooters will have another 5 shot string, without additional sighters, completing that distance before leaving the line. When the shooters relay is re-called to the line he/she will advance on to the next distance gong and appropriate benches in progressive sequence until all four distances are completed.

There is a "wildcard" : A small gong that IF shot must be shot during the 3 ½ minute time period. This does not need to be shot. The Wildcard will be used as a tie breaker.

NO SHOOTING BEFORE 1:00 PM ON SUNDAY

Mifflin County Sportsmen’s Association General Rules

1. SAFETY & Courtesy first!

2. Current membership cards must be displayed with number visible while using the premises.
     a) Membership runs from January 1st to December 31st.
     b) Only members may use these ranges except for special events
         with board approval.

3. Close and lock the gate when entering or leaving club property.

4. All junior members must be under the direct supervision of a
parent or an adult.

5. SHOOTING TIMES
      a) Rifle, pistol, trap, five stand and shotgun pattern board.
          Weekdays and Saturdays: Sunrise to Sunset.
           SUNDAYS: 1:00 PM to SUNSET
      c) Archery: Daily: Sunrise to Sunset.

6. Board of directors must approve all organized shoots.

7. Worn side arms must comply with Pennsylvania State Law.

8. Speed limit on club grounds is 20MPH as this is for the safety of all members.

9. Park vehicles in parking lot and designated areas.

10. Destruction or mutilation of club property shall be cause for appearance of the Board of Directors for disciplinary action, which may also be cause for arrest and prosecution. Violators will be responsible to pay for damages.

11. Any violation of club rules may be sufficient cause for disciplinary action and or arrest and prosecution.

12. Please keep grounds clean.

13. No alcoholic beverages are permitted on ranges and parking areas.