Don Hagland Memorial Air Rifle Match
Air Rifle Match Information
Tri-County 4 - H Shooting Sports
17th Annual Don Haglund Memorial Air Rifle Match
Saturday March 3, 2018
Shooting Sports Equipment & Maint. Log
Check in 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Sight In 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. --- Match begins 9:00 a.m.
Location: Stanislaus County Sheriffs Canine Training Center.
Hackett Road off Crows Landing Road, Modesto
3 Position Sporter Air Rifle
AR-4/10 - 5 meter BB gun target
AR-5/10 - 10 meter pellet gun target
NRA Sporter Air Rifle rules will govern the match.
NRA B-B gun rules will govern the match.
In case of cross fire or miss-fire Range Master must be notified immediately.
Qualified 4 - H Shooting Sports Project Participants in good standing may only enter one of the 4 classes.
Registration fee $15.00 per entry.
Awards: Awards given by one trophy for every three participating members in each classification.
One Match winner + (Daisy Air Rifle)
One High Score B-B Gun
One High Score Air Rifle
One Club Trophy for High 3 Member Team + (Daisy B-B Gun)
Each member of the team will also receive a High Team trophy
All participants will receive a “Match T -shirt”
High 3 man team award Individual and Team (club) awards will be awarded Classes:
9 - 10 years Beginner B-B gun
11 and above Intermediate B-B gun
9 - 13 years Junior Air Rifle
14 - 19 years Senior Air Rifle
Registration Form and Members list by class and with shirt sizes are due at the January County Shooting Sports Leaders Meeting.
Members list by Class and with shirt size is due at January 4-H Shooting Sports Leaders Meeting.
Each Club’s Registration forms will be presented at the County Shooting Sports February Leaders Meeting when we will make out the score cards, relays, and targets by relays.
Contact your Shooting Sports Leader for additional information.
1 - All NRA Sporter Air Rifle Position Rules and NRA B-B gun Rules apply.
2 - Eye protection is required for all shooters and family members
3 - Parents & guests must remain behind Range boundaries.
4 - Shooters are not allowed in Scoring Area.
Grounds / Range Rules With the number of participants we will not be able to have every Club set up inside the Training Area. Clubs will set up their Canopies and rest areas outside the Training Area.
** Inside the Training Area each Club will have room to set up a “Safe Area” with one 10’X10’ or 12”X12” canopy for all Air Rifles, B-B Guns, pellets, B-B’s, Safety Glasses & range equipment. One Club Leader will be in charge of this “Safe Area”.
“Cease Fire” - If you hear a whistle blow inside the Firing Range you must stop whatever you are doing IMMEDIATELY. Shooters on the line will place their rifle in a safe position, on the ground or in a rack.
“Miss-fire/Cross fire” if you have a problem on the firing line, step back and raise your hand, a Firing Line Range Officer (RO) will assist you. In case of cross fire or miss-fire, the head “Range Master” must be notified immediately by the Firing Line R.O.
Match will be shot beginning with the standing position, then the sitting position, followed by the prone position. The following time limits will apply:
Standing 15 minutes for 10 shots
Sitting 10 minutes for 10 shots
Prone 10 minutes for 10 shots
Any Disqualification on the day of the match will end that shooter’s participation in the match. (If you DQ you are done for the day)
Competitors on the firing line and their spotters must control the muzzle direction of their air rifles at all times. Failure to do so may be cause for disqualification. This includes loading for the competitor, moving into position, handing the air rifle to your spotter, handing the air rifle to the competitor, etc…
Competitors and spotters on the firing line must conduct themselves in appropriate discipline, no talking, joking, bothering other competitors, etc…
This is an ALL DAY EVENT so bring your necessities, lunch, drinks, etc… For more information please contact your 4-H Leader or call Dan Mello, Match Director at 535-5808