ELITE LONG RANGE COMPETITION
Elite 2000 Yard
Rules & Format:
Updated Version 3-6-2020
1a. Rifle weight not to exceed 40-lbs including all attachments and "as fired".
1b. Rifles may be fired from benches or from prone position.
1c. Rifle must be supported by an attached bipod in the front, or sandbag rest.
1d. The rear may be supported by a sandbag, sandbag pedestal, or roll. Attached monopods are legal.
1e. All bipods, rests, sandbags, monopods, and supporting equipment are subject to the match director(s) approval.
2a. Unlimited, with the only exceptions listed under "ALL classes".
2b. Rifles may be fired from benches or from prone position.
Rules for ALL classes:
Set up time:
1. Once your relay is called to the firing line, you will have 15 minutes for set up.
1. Are allowed, but must be set no higher then at the "line of sight".
2. Are subject to the Match Directors discretion and approval.
1. No instrument that collects or records data allowed forward of the firing line.
2. All instrumentation subject to the range officers discretion and approval.
3. Sharing of rifles and equipment is allowed, but only equal to the number of relays per class.
if there is only 1 relay, a same rifle can only be used by 1 shooter, in that class.
if there is 2 relays in a class, a same rifle may be used by 2 separate shooters, once in each relay.
1. Must be a human finger fired trigger system (no remotes, timers, etc.).
2. All bullet types used are subject to the hosting range/club approval, as well as match directors.
3. All rifles and/or equipment are subject to safety, with approval or disapproval there of.
Rifle scopes / sights:
1. Must be adjusted by the shooter for POA corrections (No "smart scopes").
5-shot record targets for both Group & Score / 3 Target Aggregate / Relay Ranked match winners
Course of fire:
Sighter period will be unlimited shots over 6 minutes, at the command "commence fire". The range officer will announce time warnings at 2 minutes, 1 minute, 30 seconds, and 15 seconds remaining, then "cease fire".
Subsequently there after, the range officer will immediately give the command "commence fire on record targets". Shooters will have 10 minutes to complete their 5 shots for record. Time warnings will be announced at 3 minutes, 2 minutes, 1 minute, 30 seconds and 15 seconds.
Target board dimensions: 96” x 96” (4.58-MOA x 4.58-MOA)
Target paper dimensions are as follows: (MR-1)
72" x 64" (3.44-MOA x 3.06-MOA)
X-Ring = 6" (.286-MOA)
10-Ring = 12" (.573-MOA)
9-Ring = 18" (.859-MOA)
8-Ring = 24" (1.146-MOA)
7-Ring = 36" (1.719-MOA) (Black)
6-Ring = 48" (2.292-MOA) (White)
5-Ring = 60" (2.865-MOA)
0 = on paper or board outside rings, but will qualify for group
Scoring / Awards:
Each official match will consist of 3 targets to each class for both Group and Score, with combined 3-target aggregate records, and single target records (in misfortune of poor or threatening weather, conditions, or other types of adversity, matches may be shortened to fewer targets, or ended before total completion).
The match finishing order and winners to be scored/determined by Relay Rank from random draw relays.
Ties for score will be broken by smallest group.
If there is still a tie, it will be broken by X count.
If there is still a tie, it will be broken by closest to center.
Group ties will be broken by highest score.
Targets with fewer than 5 shots:
1. 100" will be added to the group size for each missing shot.
2. Missing shots will count "0" for score.
Group's outside the repair centers will be measured, scored, and pasted over for reuse.
Group's that stay within the repair centers will be taken down, and given to the competitor after it's been officially scored.
Winners will be announced for the following to each class:
WORLD RECORDS will be acknowledged for the following from all classes:
The very best all time results to the 4 categories above, from any/all the classes.