Match starts: October 09, 2021 @ 7:00 AM · Match ends: October 09, 2021 @ 5:00 PM
Location: CCC Shooting Complex, Navasota, TX 77868
Match Limited to 120 Shooters! Registered and Paid shooters will be allowed to squad once approved.
Division Trophies, Prize Table and T-shirt Match
10 Stages, Prone and Positional, 1 Point per Hit, Limited Rounds & Time on each Stage
120 Rounds or Less, No Pistol
Bolt and Gas Guns up to .30 cal/3200 fps
Lunch will be provided, bottled water provided at stages
Registration Fee per Shooter - $125
$10 CASH Mulligan Available at Match - Allows a shooter to re-shoot one stage of the match. Mulligan score counts and replaces original stage score. MULLIGAN CAN BE TURNED IN FOR A POINT AT THE END OF THE MATCH IF NOT USED!
****Shooters that register and pay online before the match will be allowed to squad once approved. Walk up/waitlisted shooters that pay at the match will be assigned a squad the morning of the match.****
TX Precision Matches reserves the right to balance the number of shooters in squads the day of the match in the event the match does not fill up.
Basic Match Rules
Shooters will start with rifle port arms (in hand standing), magazine in and bolt back.
Shooters will start with all equipment needed for the stage in hand or may go back to retrieve equipment once the clock starts. No shooter will pre-position any gear or equipment prior to the clock starting.
Movement during a positional stage will be done with magazine in and bolt back. Gas guns will select safe and verbalize "Safe" before moving.
Muzzle discipline will be strictly enforced with no more than 45 degrees of muzzle movement allowed either side of the direction of fire. All stages are 90 degrees to each other.
AD or ND - If a Rifle discharges when it was not intended to due to either an equipment malfunction or shooter negligence as in firing a round before intended, the shooter will be asked to stop shooting for the remainder of the day. The shooter will keep any points accrued for the match up to that point.
Firearm Control - Shooter is expected to be in control of their firearm at all times during the course of fire. If a shooter looses control and drops a firearm, the shooter will be disqualified from competing the rest of the match, but will keep any points accrued for the match up to that point.
Shooter will ensure magazine removed and bolt back before leaving the firing position upon completion of a stage.
Professional behavior is expected from all shooters. Displays of poor sportsmanship or cheating will not be tolerated. The goal is to have fun.
All shooters are safety officers and are expected to speak up to ensure compliance with all above rules in a professional manner.
Please adhere to the 15 MPH Speed Limit on the range and do not drive on any areas that appear to be soft and muddy!
2020 SERIES CLASSIFICATIONS
Shooters will be classified based on the percentage of score as compared to the top shooter at each match. There will be 4 classes of shooter:
Pro – 80% and above
Expert – Above 50% but below 80%
Marksman – Below 50%
Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 shooters in each class at the end of they year based on the top 3 scores for the year plus the end of the year finale match score which will count for 40%. Trophies will be awarded to shooters that finish at the top of each class. i.e. A shooter that has shot at the Marksman level most of the year but finishes with an average score above 50% will not be eligible for a Marksman trophy.
This will apply to all one-day trophy matches as well. All shooters will start out as open shooters, then will be awarded trophies based on match performance that day.
Match Fee is non-refundable. In the rare event that TX Precision Matches cancels a match, registration fees will be refunded. If the shooter cannot attend the match after registering, no refund will be given. The match will be limited to 120 shooters to enable efficient match flow.
General match, with the following divisions:
gas gun, open, tactical, production