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Long Distance rifle competition notes

Long Distance Rifle notes by Donald K. Burleson

December 2010

Disclaimer:  I am a student, not an expert, and these are my  notes.  If you need an expert, consult any rifle forum., they all claim to be experts.

Initially a new shooter is assigned to one of these categories:

  • Marksman
  • Sharpshooter
  • Expert
  • Master
  • High Master

 

At 1,000 yards

- individual shooters ate "squadded" into squads.

- Squads are assigned into "relays".

At shooting time

- Squad 1:  Shooting
- Squad 2: Sighing|
- Squads 3 & 4:  In the pit, marking and patching targets

You can hire somebody to work the pit for you at $100 per day.

There are also custom rifle dealers who can set you up with a proper rifle.

 

 

 

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