Rules and Regulations

NCRGC Rules

  • We work extremely hard to make sure this is a safe and fun event. Everyone must check in with the Match Director upon arrival. Setup at 8 am (please help if you can), zero/DOPE as soon as setup is complete, announcements at 9:15 am, and match at 9:30 am.
  • There are no walk-ins allowed on the day of the match. Participants must pre-register, pay, and squad using Practiscore. Spectators are allowed providing they sign a waiver.
  • There is a mandatory safety briefing for new shooters at 8:30 am so please arrive on time.
  • You must bag your firearm to and from the firing line. Eye and ear protection are required. There is no smoking on the range.
  • Do not leave children unattended as this is an active gun range and rattlesnakes have been spotted in the area.
  • The Range Safety Rules are located on our website (https://www.ncrgc.org/safety/) as well as the 2021 NRL22 Rules and Regulations (https://www.ncrgc.org/shooting-disciplines/nrl22/). Please familiarize yourself with these rules.
  • To help move the match along, shooters will only be allowed to take a position on any prop while on the clock and shooting the stage. The MD/RSO/RO can make exceptions for new shooters.
  • The shooter’s chamber must be cleared, and chamber flag/block inserted prior to moving your rifle off the firing line. We provide free chamber flags.
  • Base class MSRP has been increased to $1,200 and there are no equipment restrictions for any class; however, tripods and shooting sticks are not allowed.
  • We will be shooting Option 1 on all the national stages. Option 1 is the standard Course of Fire (COF) 100 yards and in.
  • We will have seven stages (five from National and two fun stages) and there are six shooters to a squad. Your squad number is your starting lane number.
  • Please contact the Match Director at nrl22@ncrgc.org if you have any questions. Thank you! 

NRL22 Rules and Regulations

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2021 NRL22 Season Rule Change Summary:

-Executive staff updated

-Support staff added

-Section 3. A. 1. - allows for a stage to have two options. Option 1 is the standard COF 100 yards and in. Option 2 is the extended range 200 yards and in. This will be determined based off of the size and distance from Option 1. We will provide the size and distance for Option 2.

-Section 3. A. 4. - To incentivize more NRL22 memberships we added this "Additionally, for every subsequent match after the first match, the shooter's name will be entered into the random box to increase their ability to win a prize from our sponsors."

-Section 3. B. 11. - "Shooters will only be allowed to take a position on any prop while on the clock and shooting the stage. This will ensure that they don’t gain an advantage and helps to move the match along. However, this rule is at the discretion of the Match Director."

- Section 3. D. 7. - "Range Officers will ensure that the shooter’s chamber is cleared and chamber flag/block inserted prior to them moving their rifle off the firing line. "

-Section 5. B. 1. - Base class MSRP has been increased to $1200. Hand grips are allowed to be changed. A list of out of date base class rifles/scopes will be published that will be allowed to stay in base class.

-Section 5. B. 5. - "Shooters must pick one class to shoot at the beginning of a local monthly shoot or the National Championship. The shooter is only eligible for placement in the class in which they signed up. For example, if a woman shooter with a base rifle signs up for Ladies class and wins the entire shoot, she will only be recognized for the placement in the class in which she signed up for. In this example, that would be the Ladies class."

-Section 5. B. 7. - "OG / Adaptive class will be available to any shooter older than 60 years old or any shooter that has special needs/considerations. It will be up to the Match Director to determine special needs. It is up to the OG /Adaptive class participants to have reviewed the course of fire prior to the local match. Before the match begins, the Match Director shall hold a meeting with all of the OG / Adaptive participants to discuss the course of fire and all agree on any changes/scaling to accommodate the OG / Adaptive class. An example would be utilizing a bench instead of shooting prone. OG / Adaptive class may abide by Base, Open, or Air Rifle class rules."

-Section 5. C. 1. - No equipment restrictions for any class; however, tripods and shooting sticks will never be allowed.

-Section 5. D. 3. - "Environmental conditions, slight difference in Course of Fire interpretation, use of the different options in the course of fire and local match sizes are inevitably going to be different. "

-Section 5. F. 1. - The National Championship match is to be held May 27-29 of 2022 in St. Louis, Missouri hosted by Jason McBride and the Bench Rest Rifle Club of St. Louis.

-Section 5. F. 3. - "10 slots for the National Championship will be awarded to International NRL22 shooters. International NRL22 clubs will be responsible to determine which shooters will attend from their country."

Old Rules (Historical Reference Only)

NRL22-2020-Season-RR-.pdf
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NRL22_2019-2020_RulesandRegulations.pdf
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NRL22_2018-2019_RulesandRegulations.pdf
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