CSR Winter League
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For the majority of the league you can expect to be shooting at different distances from 100-600x in a mixture of standing, squatting, kneeling or prone positions.
The events are run in such a way that half of the competitors will be on the firing point at a time, the other half operating targetry in the butts. On the firing point the first competitor will shot the full course of fire, then followed by the second competitor. If you are new to CSR or would like additional guidance, you can be squadded in such a way that you shoot as the second competitor.
The day is divided up into AM and PM, during both sessions you will shoot and be in the butts. Full details on the course of fire are available in advance.
Any SMLE / No. 4 / No. 5 rifle, service pattern as issued, with no attachments.
Any rifle with iron sights, with no restriction on slings (but rests may not be used).
Any rifle with optic sights with no restriction on slings. Rests may not be used. The rifle magazine may touch or rest on the forearm or on the ground. (Any forward vertical grip, if fitted, may not be used).
Any rifle with optic sights, with no restriction on slings or rests. If any rest is utilised it must remain fitted to the rifle at all times during the match.
Full definition of the classes, including trigger weights, can be found in the NRA Rules of Shooting
Click here for upcoming events
- Historic Service Rifle – Saturday 5 October
Awards Sponsored by Vortex Optics
Vortex Optics have generously donated four ‘Strike Eagle’ Scopes – to be awarded to the ‘Highest Scoring Under 25’ and ‘Competitor Who Has Demonstrated The Most Significant Improvement’ in both Practical Optic and Service Optic classes.
New for the 2019-2020 Iron and Historic competitors are also in with a chance of winning a pair of Diamondback 10×42 Binoculars: one pair for the first place in each class.
We will be highlighting the lead contenders for the Under 25 award along with the full results on our news page here as the season progresses