BOULDER RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB
High Power Rifle is competitive shooting done with a high power rifle on standardized paper targets at distances from 200 to 1000 yards. Shooting of this type is conducted at matches throughout the year all over the country and culminates with the National Championships held at Camp Perry, Ohio every August. The High Power Rifle shooting held at the Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club consists of 4 competitions held on Sunday of different weekends of the month.
Also referred to as "across the course" consists of 4 stages:
Each stage is preceded with 2 "sighter" shots in 2 minutes.
4 th Sunday of each month
Summer: 7:00 AM
Winter: 8:00 AM Dec - Feb.
Using either iron sights or F-Class/Scoped Rifles the match consists of 3 stages:
The first stage allows an unlimited number of "sighter" shots. Each following stage is preceded by 2 "sighter" shots.
5 th Sunday of the month (1 per calender quarter).
Summer: 7:00 AM
Winter: 8:00 AM Dec. - Feb.
In F-Class shooting, the competitor may utilize the "artificial support" of sandbags, pedestal rest, bipod and etc. Using F-Class/Scoped Rifles the match consists of 4 stages:
Each stage is preceded with unlimited "sighter".
3 rd Sunday of each month
The NRA Approved 1,000 matches are shot from the prone position only, with 30 minutes given for an unlimited number of "sighter" shots and 20 rounds for record.
Additionally, F-Class/Scoped Rifles class shooting is allowed during this match time.
2 nd Sunday of each month.
Detailed information available in PDF format for download.
Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club Members Range.
All fees collected at the match event. See Activity Applications page for match fees.
For information on NRA High Power Rifle Matches, see the NRA Competitive Shooting Programs,
for Palma Matches, see the Palma USA Rifle Team.
To contact the High Power Lead for Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club, email@example.com.