Sporting Rifle

Sporting Rifle involves shooting at a fixed target from a prone position where the shooter is lying flat on the ground.  The Sporting Rifle competitions cater for rifles chambered in .22LR ammunition only.  The most popular competitions are shot at a distance of 50m and 100m.

There is also the Kiel Trophy run annualy which is a multi discipline competition including Metallic Silhouettes and Sporting Rifle.

Sporting Rifle

  • Max. Rifle weight of 10.5lbs with bolt and magazine inserted.
  • Normal ISSF style shooting jackets are allowed with a single point sling.
  • No front or rear rests allowed.

Field Sporting Rifle

  • Max. Rifle weight of 10.5lbs with bolt and magazine inserted.  Bipods or Free supports are not included in the overall weight.
  • Bipods, Free supports, or Hunting style slings are allowed. *Free supports are supports that allow the rifle to rest on, but are NOT clamped or mechanically adjustable. e.g. sandbags, rolled bags, wooden rests etc.
  • Shooting jackets are NOT allowed.
  • Rear bag rests are allowed.

Open Field Sporting Rifle

  • No Max. Rifle weight
  • Any type of front rests or rear bag rests are allowed, the front and rear rests must be separate and not connected in any way.
  • Shooting jackets are NOT allowed.
  • Rear bag rests are allowed.

Target Sporting Rifle

  • No Max. Rifle weight
  • Normal ISSF style shooting jackets are allowed with a single point sling.
  • No front or rear rests allowed.

50m Sporting Rifle (SPR50)
100m Sporting Rifle (SPR100)
NASRPC Sporting Rifle Rules

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