Summer Smallbore Night League

Do you have a 22LR rifle? Come join us for the Small Bore League.

This is a “fun” league. Come out and give it a try. We will shoot 20 shots at 100 yards, followed by 20 shots at 50 meters.

Polish up on your skills no matter your skill level. Since this just for fun we will have classes to fit your discipline. Categories will include Sporting Rifle, Match Rifle and F-class, depending on participation. If there is a reason you can’t shoot from the prone position, shooting from a bench using a sling for support will be acceptable.

Match Schedule

Please check the Calendar! Matches are scheduled for every Wednesday night at 7:00 PM beginning on June 5th and ending July 24th. There will be no match on July 3rd.

  • Target set up starting at 6:30 PM
  • Safety briefing at 7:00 PM
  • Firing begins at 7:20 PM
  • Firing and scoring are usually completed by 9:00 PM

Entry Fee:

  • $30.00 total for the seven matches.


Night League registration will be held at the rifle range immediately prior to the first match on June 5th, from 6:30-7:00pm.

Match details:

  • Current NRA prone rules shall govern
  • Equipment: Any sight including scopes, any safe trigger per the prone rules, slings recommended
  • Scoring: Scoring will be done by competitors
  • Course of fire: 20 minute time limit at each distance includes unlimited sighters and 20 shots for record
Stage 1: 100 yards, 20 shots for record, slow fire, single load, on NRA A-25 targets w/ 2 inch 10 ring, 20 minutes.
Stage 2: 50 meters, 20 shots for record, slow fire, single load, on NRA A-50 targets w/ 10 mm 10 ring, 20 minutes
  • Rifle Categories:
Match Rifle
Sporting Rifle
"F" Class
  • Matches will be shot prone. Bring your shooting mats, blankets, etc.
  • Two Champions will be determined for each rifle category:
A. The overall champion will be determined by the highest aggregate score for five of the seven matches.
B. The handicap champion will be determined by the highest total score including handicap.
Handicap will be 75% of the difference between a shooters average and a perfect score of 400.
Example: Scratch score = 365, Average 350, Perfect score 400, (50*.75)=37.5, Total score =365+37.5 = 402.5.
  • The matches are open to all competitors; NRA membership is not required.
More Information: Send email to membership and your questions will be forwarded to the match director.

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