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BELTON GUN CLUB HIGH POWER RIFLE MATCH SCHEDULE AND BULLETIN - 2023


 

Belton High Power Match Schedule and Bulletin 2023.pdf


Schedule: Matches will be normally shot on the 1st Sunday of the month.

Regular Start Time (DST)

Delayed Winter Start Time

Gate open at 8:00 AM for registration

Firing to begin at 9:00 AM

Gate open at 9:00 AM for registration

Firing to begin at 10:00 AM

Date

Day

Description

NRA Approved

Sign Up Time

Firing Time

Fee

1/1

Sun

80 Round Regional Match Course

Yes

9:00

10:00

$15

2/5

Sun

3x600 Prone

Yes

9:00

10:00

$15

3/5

Sun

80 Round Regional Match Course

Yes

9:00

10:00

$15

4/2

Sun

3x600 Prone

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

5/7

Sun

80 Round Regional Match Course

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

6/4

Sun

3x600 Prone

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

7/2

Sun

80 Round Regional Match Course

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

8/6

Sun

3x600 Prone

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

9/3

Sun

80 Round Regional Match Course

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

10/1

Sun

3x600 Prone

Yes

8:00

9:00

$15

11/5

Sun

80 Round Regional Match Course

SC Championship

Yes

8:30

9:00

$20

12/3

Sun

3x600 Prone

Yes

9:00

10:00

$15

Important Notice: The Match Director may make changes to the match schedule and format as required. Changes and updates will be posted on the BGC Web Page (https://beltongunclubinc.wildapricot.org/)

Safety: BGC requires all Shooters and Spectators to wear Hearing and Eye Protection.

80-Round Regional Match Course of Fire:

The Belton Rifle Club Range is a 300-yard range. Matches are shot at 200 & 300 yards. The 600-yard course is shot at the 300- yard line on reduced targets. Electronic scoring will be used on all yard lines. The course of fire is the standard NRA 80-Round Match with sighters at each yard line.

Match

Number of Rounds and Time Limit

Target

1

200 Yards Slow Fire Standing

20 rounds in 20 minutes

SR

2

200 Yards Rapid Fire, Sitting or Kneeling

Two (2) 10 round strings in 60 seconds each

SR

3

300 Yards Rapid Fire, Prone

Two (2) 10 round strings in 70 seconds each

SR-3

4

600 Yards (reduced to 300) Slow Fire Prone

20 rounds in 20 minutes

MR-63

5

Aggregate of matches 1-4

Total Rounds for Score: 80

N/A

3x600 Prone Course of Fire:

The 600-yard course is shot at the 300 yard line on reduced targets. Electronic scoring will be used on all yard lines. The course of fire is the standard NRA 3x600 60-Round Match with sighters at each yard line.

Match

Number of Rounds and Time Limit

Target

1

600 Yards (reduced to 300) Slow Fire Prone

20 rounds in 20 minutes

MR-63

2

600 Yards (reduced to 300) Slow Fire Prone

20 rounds in 20 minutes

MR-63

3

600 Yards (reduced to 300) Slow Fire Prone

20 rounds in 20 minutes

MR-63

4

Aggregate of matches 1-4

Total Rounds for Score: 60

N/A


 

High Power Rifle Training

8 photo(s) Updated on: 08 Nov 2022

2022 BGC High Power Clinic 11/5 Saturday, Bob Gibson, Instructor


Well it was a soggy wet day. Rain, rain, and more rain. But we did it. After the classroom segment, 12 brave souls who had never shot a high-power match waded out to range to shoot a 200-yard 50-round match. Did I mention that it was raining? Regardless, they stuck with it. So kudos to them and to all the coaches and volunteers. Nearly all of the Belton Gun Club high-power shooters and Palmetto State Marksman Association membership showed up to coach and help. We started at 8AM and didn't finish until after 4PM. It was a long wet day but worth it. Bob is still drying out gear.


Belton Gun Club, Inc. - 153 Range Road, PO Box 126 - Belton, SC 29627

For information call (864)318-4383 or email by following this link: Club Secretary

Supper Meetings and CWP registrations call (864) 369-6767

 

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