The Precision Rifle Series Bolt Gun Series

The PRS Bolt Gun Series is the original PRS series. The Precision Rifle Series was created to organize a championship style point series race of the best precision rifle competitions and shooters in the nation. Scores are formulated and recorded to track the status, profile and ranking of shooters bringing more exposure to shooters and the sport alike in an effort to grow the popularity of rifle competitions and sport throughout the nation. In 2016, the PRS hosted over thirty matches nationwide.

How to get involved

Shooters

To participate in the 2017 PRS Bolt Gun Series, please follow these steps:

  1. Create a free account on the PRS website
  2. Fill out a brief survey to start the membership purchase process.
  3. Once you complete the survey, you will be forwarded to a page where you can purchase a membership. Memberships are $100.

Match Directors

Create a free account on the PRS website and submit your match.

Got questions?

Bolt Gun Series Rule Book

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What are the different divisions?

Open Division

Open Division rifles will not exceed a caliber of .30 or a velocity of 3,200 fps. A match DQ will result any rounds over the speed limit of 3,200 fps (+/- 32 fps for environmental factors and equipment discrepancies). 2.1.2 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 Division

Designed to allow competitors the opportunity to compete using traditional military and law enforcement calibers. This allows competitors to compete using similar calibers and promotes active duty military and law enforcement competitors use of their service issued rifles. 2.2.1 Tactical Division rifles are restricted to .308 Winchester and 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington calibers only. No modified wildcat rounds such as the .223 Ackley Improved are permitted to shoot in the Tactical Division. Anyone discovered violating this rule will receive an automatic Match DQ. Tactical Division shooters will shoot the exact same COF as Open Division shooters.

Production Division

Production Division is meant to provide anyone an opportunity to shoot in a PRS event that wishes to do so that would otherwise not compete due to lack of equipment. The Division is not meant to be gamed by experienced shooters looking to win a trophy by sandbagging. 2.3.1 Production Division rifles are not permitted to be altered or improved in any way from the original factory configuration. Production Division combined rifle and scope MSRP as listed on the company’s website shall not exceed $3,000 USD, the rifle shall not exceed $2,000 USD and the optic not exceed $2,000 USD. Appendix A-4 of the PRS Rule Book provides a list of rifles permitted in the Production

Designed to allow competitors the opportunity to compete using traditional military and law enforcement calibers. This allows competitors to compete using similar calibers and promotes active duty military and law enforcement competitors use of their service issued rifles. 2.2.1 Tactical Division rifles are restricted to .308 Winchester and 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington calibers only. No modified wildcat rounds such as the .223 Ackley Improved are permitted to shoot in the Tactical Division. Anyone discovered violating this rule will receive an automatic Match DQ. Tactical Division shooters will shoot the exact same COF as Open Division shooters.

Contact

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us:

info@precisionrifleseries.com

(865) 268-5625

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