Historic Service Rifle Matches
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Historic Service Rifle Matches showcase the abilities of a diverse range of historic firearms over a half day competition. Similar to that of a CSR League meeting, these events offer multi-positional shooting, but typically at distances of 100-300x.
The Course of Fire is based on military practices at 100, 200 and 300 yards, shooting from standing, kneeling, sitting and prone. There are no Run Downs! Targets will be a Fig 12 at 100 yds, then an NRA DP2 at 200 and 300 yds. The DP2 is a black & white target similar to a Fig 11, but will offer better target acquisition and sight picture than a standard brown/black Fig 11.
British pre 1955 Service Rifles, under SR (a) (see CSR Handbook), in three classes. In addition, there is an All Comers Class for all Foreign Service Rifles
- Classic: SMLEs
- Veteran: No 4s / No 5s
- Veteran Optic: No 4T
- All Comers Iron: Foreign Service Rifles
Historic Meeting results can be found via this LINK
NRA medals will be engraved and presented after the meeting to the top placed competitors in each class. The amount of medals presented depends on the amount of entries:
- 2+ competitors – Gold medal awarded
- 6+ competitors – Gold and Silver medals awarded
- 11+ competitors – Gold, Silver and Bronze medals awarded