Lincoln Ikes Bowling Pin Shoot
• This event will be on a cold range, all firearms will remain cased until on the firing line. When on the firing line ensure muzzles are pointed down range in case and await RSO instruction before uncasing.
• No firearm is to be handled behind the firing line, unless permission is granted by the RSO. There will be a designated safe table for cleaning or repairs if needed. Must have RSO permission before using table.
• Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times when on the range. eye and ear protection are not required in designated parking areas or restrooms.
• Shoot will be held on Range 4, at the base of the 300-yard berm.
There will be 8 classes as follows:
• 22LR pistol and revolver, pin shoot and pin head shoot
• medium caliber pistol and revolver, pin shoot, caliber range examples are 380, 9mm, 38 special
• larger caliber pistol and revolver, pin shoot, caliber range examples are 357 magnum, 40 s&w, 10mm, 45, 44 magnum, no caliber more powerful than a 44 magnum will be allowed, do to damage to pins
Table and Range set up is as follows:
• pin tables will be 4’ high x 3’ wide x 7 ft long
• 5 pins will be place on the table 14” on center
• for 22LR pin class the pins will be placed 14” on center and 3” from the back of the table
• for 22LR pin head class the pins will be placed 14” on center and 6” from the front of the table
• for medium caliber class the pins will be placed 14” on center and 18” from the back of the table
• for larger caliber class the pins will be placed 14” on center and 6” from the front of the table
• 2 pin tables will be set up 4’ apart
• the firing line will be 10 yards from the front of the pin table
• the shooters firing point will be centered on the middle pin
Course of fire is as follows:
• 2 shooters will be called to the line by the RSO
• shooters will be to instructed to uncase their unloaded firearms and will be allowed to take a sight picture
• shooters will then be instructed to load, make ready and come to the low ready position and await the command to fire.
• upon the command to fire, shooters will shoot their respective pins off the table, the winner is the 1st shooter whose pins are shot off the table and on the ground
• When course of fire is completed shooters will show the RSO an unloaded and cleared firearm and then case the firearm.
• The range will then be clear and shooters will go down range to reset the pins
Match scoring is as follows:
• depending on number of shooters, initial pairs of shooters will be paired up by random drawing or by shooting a timed qualifying match and individuals will be paired up by their time.
• if qualifying match is shot, shooter will choose what class they shoot and that time will be used if the shooter is shooting in other classes.
• Once pairs are determined, the matches will be shot using a double elimination bracket.
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