If you shot a match and are listed as a non-PRS member on the match results page, and want to associate your score with your PRS account, please fill out the following form:
Tie breakers are used to determine placement in a match. If you tie with someone at a match and beat them in a tiebreaker, you will place ahead of them for the match - but your PRS points will remain the same. Tie breakers do not add to your PRS points.
Maybe. There's a 7-day grace period. If you purchased a membership within 7 days of shooting the match, your points will count. If you did not purchase a membership within 7 days or less of shooting the match, your points will not count. The match & points will be associated with your account, but will not be included in tabulating your rank in the standings.
The grace period for membership purchase is February 15th for the 2023 season. If you purchase your membership on or before February 15th, scores prior to that date for the current season will count in the standings. After that, the 7-day rule will apply. See above for details on the 7-day rule.
Please Contact the MD of the match and ask them to log in and make the correction by providing them with your PRS number.
A shooter may choose to compete in Open, Tactical, Production, or Gas Gun division. Shooters are not locked into one division and may choose to compete in Open one weekend and tactical the next. Therefore, your division is not pre-selected on the PRS website and is uploaded each time scores are entered by an MD.
Shooters that have shot at least one Qualifier match are now highlighted in yellow on the PRS website in the standings. Shooters with this denotation are in the running for an invitation to the year-end finale.
A shooter can still acquire 300 points in the standings, but not be Finale qualified. This means they did not shoot a qualifier.
Shooters that do not choose to shoot a qualifier will not be eligible for a Finale invitation.
This applies to both the PRS Regional Series and the Pro Series.
There are approximately 12 Pro Series Qualifiers each year.
Each Regional Director has selected an appropriate number of Qualifiers for their shooters.
Additional Regional Qualifiers are being added to the website as they are provided by Regional Directors.
If a mistake is made and your division is not uploaded correctly by an MD, there is a feature on the website that allows the MD of the match to log in and make the required change very quickly. You must contact the MD to have this change verified and corrected.
MD’s also can edit a score that has already been submitted. If you find that your score was not entered correctly for a match, please contact the MD for verification and correction, not the PRS.
MD’s also can edit and verify the PRS number assigned to a score for their match. If a mistake is made you can reach out directly to the MD to have it corrected.
A shooter's season points is a sum of their three best scores, which may or may not include a qualifier.
A “Qualified” shooter's score is a sum of their top qualifier score and their next two highest scores (the next two highest scores may or may not be qualifiers).
In order to be qualified to shoot in a Regional or Pro series finale a shooter must shoot at least one qualifier as one of their 3 match scores.
To purchase a membership for your child, spouse, or anyone else they will need a PRS account of their own (with a unique username and password). You must first set up an account for the individual if they do not have one from a previous year. Then log in with that username and password prior to purchasing the membership so that it is linked to the right person.
All memberships require 24 hours to process. Please allow 24 hours and check back again. Please send us a note for further assistance if needed.
Your PRS number is located on your profile. Please find your name on the Shooter Page, and click on your name. This will take you to your PRS profile, which lists your PRS number and other important information like your scores and region.
Yes, gas gun division shooters will shoot the same COF alongside all other shooters.
No, your membership is valid only for the season that you purchase it. Seasons begin with the first match of the season that correlates to your membership (Pro Series, Regional Series, and Rimfire Series) and ends with the corresponding finale (Regional, Pro Series, or Rimfire Series).
Yes, a Regional Series Membership allows you to shoot matches in any region and allows you to gain points in the standings for your home region. However, you will only be eligible for an invite to the Regional Finale in the region that you have listed on your profile. The same principle applies in the PRS Rimfire Series.
This is one of the key differences between PRS Rimfire and the other 22 matches. MD’s have the freedom to plan and execute courses of fire based on the uniqueness of their venue and what they feel best captures the principles of the PRS rimfire competition. (No restrictions on target sizes, distances, or gear.)
There is no annual fee to become a PRS Rimfire Club and have access to all of the PRS infrastructure and website capabilities. The PRS Rimfire Series is designed to be inclusive of all shooters, revenue-neutral, and self-sustaining. Everything we do has a cost associated with it, but we have worked to keep the cost lower than any other national organization. MD’s pay a $3 fee per score uploaded during score submission.
No, shooters do not have to be PRS member to participate in PRS Rimfire matches. As a club benefit, all shooters scores will count in your club’s standings.
To have your scores ranked in the Rimfire Regional Standings shooters will need to purchase a $30 membership. This will also activate your shooter profile so that you can see all of your scores and stats in one place. Membership will also give you access to exclusive PRS member discounts and the ability to be ranked in additional shooter categories like lady, senior, junior, and mil/le which can only be selected by shooters with a current membership.
The classification system is a yearly performance-based system in which shooters are classed for the current season based on their year-prior season series score (not including their finale score). We will need at least a full season completed before considering adding classifications to the series. For further details on the PRS classification system please visit our “About Page”.
To be eligible to compete in the AG Cup and to be eligible to receive AG Cup qualifier match payouts and AG division points, shooters must be a PRS PRO Series member and a PRS AG Cup Series Member.
In order to count your points in the PRS AG division and to be eligible for payouts at an AG Cup Qualifier match you must purchase your membership prior to shooting the match. The 7-day grace period does not apply to AG Cup Qualifiers and you cannot retroactively claim AG division points or payouts from a match you shot without appropriate membership.
Invites will be extended to the top 75 shooters in the PRS AG Division who have shot 3 AG Qualifiers during the season. Purchasing a PRS AG Series membership does not guarantee AG Cup entry.
No, PRS AG Cup Qualifiers still require the MD to collect $250 (on top of their standard match fee) to fund the matches AG division payouts. 100% of the additional match fee is applied to the payout for AG Cup Series members shooting the match. (see the PRS rulebook for the payout table breakdown.)
If an AG Cup Series member chooses not to “buy up” then only PRS PRO series points/placement will be awarded and no payout or points in the AG division will be awarded.
Like the PRO Series, shooters may shoot in as many AG CUP qualifiers as they like but only the top three scores count toward AG Cup series standings.
No, shooters must register for the AG Cup and pay the match fee to the MD within the published timeline to compete in the AG Cup. The 2021 AG Cup match fee is $300. Your $750 goes toward AG Cup shooter payouts, not registration.
Yes, minus credit card fees.
No, under no circumstances will a shooter's AG Series membership fee be refunded or transferred to another shooter. All PRS memberships and AG Cup Series related fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Before deciding to purchase an AG Series membership, shooters should ensure they will have adequate time and opportunities to shoot three AG qualifiers and that they will be able to attend the AG Cup. Each shooter's $750 purse contribution will go toward the end-of-year AG Cup payouts, regardless of whether all AG Series members attend or not.