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Hunter Field Target
Open to any single shot or multi shot sporting spring powered air rifle (no PCP/ CO2). The rifle must be fitted with a non-adjustable stock (the fitting of an adjustable butt pad is acceptable). A rifle sling is permitted as a means of steadying the aim. The use of bipods, monopods or crossed sticks for supporting the rifle while taking a shot is allowed.
Any form of sighting system may be used, however telescopic sights are restricted to a maximum of 12x magnification. No changes may be made to the scope (parallax, windage and elevation turrets) during the shoot. The shooter may alter the magnification (only up to 12x if the scope can go higher) during the shoot. The use of a laser is permitted. The use of separate range finders( electronic or optical) is not allowed.
Any design of pellet that is completely made of lead or lead alloy may be used. Due to the risk from rebounds steel ammunition should not be used.
4) RANGE OFFICERS
The club must appoint range officers (R.O.?s) to ensure safe and efficient running of the event. The R.O?s should be clearly identifiable by the use of armbands or high-visibility vests. In the event of target related problems or any other down range problem the R.O. will signal a cease-fire by a single blast on a whistle, horn or similar audible device. An R.O. may request assistance from any person on the firing line to ensure rapid clearance of any problem encountered. When the problem has been rectified, the firing line will be reactivated by a double blast of a whistle or other audible device. R.O.?s shall have absolute discretion in attending to any matter not specifically encompassed by these rules and guidance notes.
The normal marshalling system shall be the ?buddy? type where partners score each other. Normally this will be based on pairs.
Reactive targets shall be used. In this context the term reactive means that following a successful hit the target will give some visible indication, whereby a change in target profile or fall of the target occurs. The minimum distance for any target shall be 9 metres. The maximum target distance shall be 50 metres.
7) COURSE OF FIRE
All shots must be taken from within a designated firing area. The shooter must touch the red peg on the firing line whilst taking the shot (with any body part), no part of the body are allowed to go past the peg towards the target. The use of any natural or artificial objects present within the firing area as a rifle rest is allowed. All targets shall be clearly indicated and shot in designated order, if no numbers are present targets will be shot from left to right.
In the event of a target being shot out of sequence, the competitor shall forfeit the omitted target, being credited with a ?miss? and resume shooting at the target immediately following it.
Scoring shall be on the basis of:
Miss ? 0; Hit on silhouette - 1 point; Target reacts (knock down, etc) 2 points.
9) RANGE CONDUCT
In the event of a ?cease fire? order, guns will be discharged into the ground, muzzles dropped and actions left in the open position. Targets must not be sighted during a cease-fire. Guns will only be sighted, shouldered or discharged over a recognised firing line. Guns will always be kept un-loaded and un-cocked when not in use.