The PRS Gas Gun Series was conceived based off the high demand from PRS shooters as well as those from other shooting sports. In 2016 the PRS Series included two Gas Gun specific matches and both received high praise from shooters of all backgrounds. We heard the call and decided to launch the Gas Gun Series in response to the tremendous amount of positive feedback we received from both matches. During the course of development of the Series, we realized the Bolt Gun Series rules and scoring would not be conducive to the Gasser Series. As a result, we formed a committee of top PRS shooters, Multi-Gun shooters and Match Directors in the country to develop the PRS Gas Gun Series Rule Book.

Check out the following video on YouTube where Ryan Castle and Shawn Wiseman discuss the 2017 Gas Gun Series.

PRS Gas Gun Series Rules


The Gas Gun Series utilizes a time plus penalty based scoring system for all match scoring. This means your score is your total combined time on all stages plus any penalties you may have accrued.

Penalties are as follows:

  • 30 seconds for any rifle targets not engaged or neutralized.
  • 15 seconds for any pistol targets not engaged or neutralized.
  • 15 seconds for hitting a “No Shoot” target.

No more than 50% of the stages at a match can utilize an unlimited round count. At least 25% of the targets in Gas Gun Series match must be 2 MOA or smaller. Maximum distance is 800 yards.

Divisions

  • Open Division rifles will not exceed a caliber of .30 or a velocity of 3,200fps. A match DQ will result any rounds over the speed limit of 3,200 fps (+/- 32 fps for environmental factors and equipment discrepancies). Match Officials may request at any point during a match that a competitor fire their rifle through chronograph. If the bullet exceeds the 3,200 fps speed limit, the shooter will receive an automatic match DQ.
  • Tactical Light Division: Intended to allow competitors the opportunity tocompete using traditional military and law enforcement caliber. This promotesActive Duty military and law enforcement competitors use of their Service and Department issued rifles. Tactical Light Division rifles are restricted to 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington calibers only. Bullet weight cannot exceed 77 grains and muzzle velocity cannot exceed
    3,000 fps.
  • Tactical Heavy Division: Intended to allow competitors the opportunity to compete using traditional military and law enforcement caliber. This promotes Active Duty military and law enforcement competitors use of their Service and Department issued rifles. Tactical Heavy Division rifles are restricted to 7.62 NATO/.308 Winchester calibers only. Bullet weight cannot exceed 178 grains and muzzle velocity cannot exceed 2,800 fps. No modified wildcat rounds permitted to shoot in the Tactical Divisions Anyone discovered violating this rule will receive an automatic Match DQ. Tactical Division shooters will shoot the exact same COF as Open Division shooters.

Please click here for the full set of rules.

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