IL Precision Rifle Steel Challenge (ILPRSC) Matches are a fast-paced long-range shooting competition that will test your rifle marksmanship as you manage various barricades and obstacles to engage targets from 100 - 600 yards. Matches are divided up into 10 stages where you will engage steel targets from different supported and unsupported positions as well as managing various barricades for support. Target sizes are designed to be challenging. Target distances are usually known so shooters should have a good DOPE out to 600 yards.
Matches are held every SECOND SATURDAY of the month APRIL through OCTOBER. Excluding SEPTEMBER due to the ASC Zombie Shoot on September 12th. Registration opens up at 8am. Mandatory safety brief at 8:30 am. Matches start at 9am. Matches typically take 4-5 hours to complete. Any time left over we tend to use as a free shot or we will hold a bonus match.
Bolt action rifles are the most common firearm of choice but Semi-automatic platform rifles are welcome. Bolt action rifles and semi-automatic rifles will be scored the same.
Magnum calibers are not allowed. Please adhere to a 3100 fps maximum muzzle velocity for all rounds fired. Typical calibers are .308, 6.5 Creedmoor, .260 Remington, 6mm, 7mm, and .243 Winchester
BRING 100 ROUNDS TO EACH MATCH
Shooters should bring a scoped rifle, bipod, ammo, and good DOPE. Shooters can also use support bags and slings but are not required. Certain stages may limit the use of support bags and props.
Shoot what you bring
You must compete in all stages with the same rifle
You must attend the safety brief and adhere to all of the safety rules
ASC requires a chamber flag in all rifles unless currently engaged is a shooting stage. All rifles will be staged to the left side of the barricade or designated shooting area at each stage. All rifles will be pointed downrange at all times. ASC is a 180 degree range. Shooters breaking the 180 degree plane will be warned then DQ’d. The shooter will not close the bolt on their rifle when engaged in shooting until the rifle is supported on a barricade or required shooting position and the shooter can visually see the target they are engaging through the optic. AD’s & ND’s: If the impact can be located the shooter may receive a stage zero. If the shot cannot be located or it was clearly sent over the impact berms the shooter will be DQ’d for the day. All safety rules and discipline associated with them will be at the final discretion of the MD.
Each target impact is worth 1 point with the exception of KYL racks. The shooter with the highest point total at the end of each match will be declared the match winner. The winner of the match will always receive 100 points and the last place finisher will always receive roughly 50 points. All remaining field shooters will receive points based on their finish place and match factor.
This year registration and payments will be done through practiscore. All shooters are encouraged to open up a free practiscore account. This will allow you to register for matches at ASC as well as other ranges, and track your scores.
$10 ASC members: $20 for non-ASC members. ASC MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO PRESENT THEIR MEMBERSHIP BADGE DURING REGISTRATION OR BE FORCED TO PAY AN ADDITIONAL $10.
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