Benchrest Rifle Competition
There are 20 Target Roundels to shoot on a single A4 Sheet. You have coloured or plain Targets to choose from. There are no difference between targets, colouring is only a guide.
The scoring zones are defined by the black boundary between zones and there are only 6 scores available: on the example below 5,6,7,8 and 9 are marked on the target but the bull is so small that there is no room for a number but that will clearly be the 10.
These Targets are based on UKBR22 targets – you need to shoot all 20 of them. There are two sighting roundels supplied on top of the target, then you have 1 shot per roundel (all numbered with a small black square at the bottom right for recording each score). You can choose these in any order you wish – it does not necessarily have to be in the numbered sequence as printed. There is no time limit and position is seated or standing (supported)
All scoring is inward. As it is quite possible that several people could get perfect scores of 20 bulls, where the bull is completely obliterated by a shot then that is recorded as 10.5. These extra points will determine who is the winner in each category. There is therefore a maximum possible score on the competition target of 210.
Summary of Course of Fire Three Rifle Categories: Target / Budget / Airsoft You can enter as many rifles as you can/want Bipods & Shooting Cushions are allowed Four Range Categories: 15, 20, 25 & 30 Yards After sighters, you shoot one target sheet, one shot per numbered roundel – a total of 20 shots Season consists of 6 rounds, with 1 round per calendar month.
Click on Files for Procedure, Targets & Scorecard to download:
Can use either Colour or Greyscale Target ~
Alternatively Purchase your Targets from Air Targets.co.uk