August Parma Precision Rifle - Club Championship

Parma, Idaho





Aug 17, 2024

Jul 21, 2024


1420 Boehm Ln, Parma, ID, United States Parma Precision Rifle


The Parma Precision Rifle matches are part of the Precision Rifle Series (PRS) Regional, Rimfire, and Pro Series of matches. Parma Precision Rifle matches are typically held on the 3rd Saturday of every month at Parma Rod and Gun Club. PGRC is Southern Idaho's Unrivaled Premier shooting facility with over 150 acres of privately owned land featuring both square range and natural terrain firing positions stretching over 900 yards from end to end on our or long-range rifle firing line. PRGC offers a great venue for new and experienced shooters alike. Shooters of all skill levels are welcome to attend, especially those new to the sport with no prior experience and a willingness to learn. Please find us on Facebook at Idaho Precision Rifle Community and please don’t hesitate to ask any questions there or email us at [email protected]. Loaner rifles are available for those looking to try the sport.

Match Directors Brady Lamm and Ja Hymer have been hosting Precision rifle matches since 2017 with several years of prior shooting experience. We strive to design stages that challenge shooters with a balance of target size, distance, and firing position/order yet provide competitors with a fair chance to hit every target. We believe that a stage should be skill based and avoid any “gimmicky” or luck-based elements. We rarely incorporate any kind of gear restrictions into our COF, we prefer to design our stages so that they can be approached with several different types of equipment and be successful without lending advantage to one style throughout the COF as a whole.

All Centerfire matches will be between 8 and 10 stages with a round count between 65 and 100, typically about 85 rounds will be needed to complete the course of fire. Target distances range from 100 to 1,000 yards with a majority between 300 to 700 yards.

Listed start time is the time of the Mandatory Shooters safety brief, immediately after which the match will commence. The zero range will always be open before the start of the brief.

The current rulebook can be found at

We can’t wait to see you at the range!