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NRL22  Tennessee Sorts Foundation    Jackson, Tennessee

Every 1st Saturday of the month. 

$20.00

9:00am sight in.  9:45 Mandatory Safety Meeting, 10:00am Begin

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We will be hosting the official NRL22 monthly courses of fire which consist of 5 stages plus the possibility of a couple additional side stages. If you would like to see the official NRL22 stages for this month’s match, visit https://nrl22.org/downloads/ 

 

New shooters are welcome and encouraged to attend. The goal of the NRL22 is to make Precision Rifle shooting more available to every community. 22LR is the only rimfire caliber allowed to compete in NRL22 so bring what you have, or try out a match with a loaner rifle first to see how you’d like to setup your rifle for future matches. Have you ever wanted to get into long range rifle shooting or learn how to accurately engage targets at longer distances? NRL22 is a great opportunity to learn what tools and knowledge it takes to do exactly that. All the skills you use in a NRL22 match can be carried over to centerfire rifles and help you confidently jump into those longer distances.

 

NRL22 is designed to be fun and rewarding for youth shooters, new shooters, and also challenging enough for seasoned precision rifle shooters. NRL22 monthly matches consist of 5 stages that are all shot from 100 yards or closer. Typically ranging between 25-100 yards. There is a good mix between prone stages, barricade stages, and positional stages. Steel target sizes from 1/4” to 6”. There will be the possibility of Bonus Stages out to 400 yards

 

There are 6 classes (divisions). 

1. Open Class

2. Base Class (MSRP of rifle + MSRP of scope = $1050 or less)

3. Ladies Class

4. Young Guns (16 & younger)

5. Air Rifle

6. Old Guns (60+)

 

https://nrl22.org/about/rules/

 

https://nrl22.org/faq/

 

NRL22 memberships are not required to shoot this match but come with many perks including prizes, drawings, swag bag, discounts etc. You can look at the FAQ link for more info or visit with us about it at the match!

 

Email us if you have any additional questions or if you’d like us to find a loaner rifle for you to use in this month’s match! 

 

Match Director: 

Bill Micke

mickeraceprep@gmail.com

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I'm not competing yet but I fully intend to make it up to a match or two. 

 

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Are all strings in the course of fire on the clock separately or is it scored when the timer starts and the shooter indicates they are finished?  In other words, will a bolt gun with a five round mag be at a disadvantage time wise vs. a semi-auto with a 25 round mag due to on-the-clock reloads?

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The stages are usually 2 minutes each and you fire 10 rounds.  While that sounds like a lot of time, you often have to change positions (i.e. moving between different sizes of buckets or different rungs of the ladder) while on the clock.  A 5 round mag would be a big disadvantage.  And if you are in a time crunch, a semi auto can be an advantage for it's speed.  The trade-off is bolt guns are said to be a more consistent.  I use a custom built 10/22, but a larger percentage of the local shooters use a bolt action rifle.

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Thanks for the info.  Wonder if anybody makes a 10 round magazine for a CZ 455.  

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After the August COF is complete.

We move to the 500 Yrd range for .22ELR Bonus Stages  (Because we can)

"500 yard we will have 2 stages, the coke can challenge and the ELR stage, 9” at 300, 10” at 350 and 12” at 400"

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On a still day, 500 yard shots are possible with a 22 rifle.  I've done it myself with a Savage B22 FVSR and an optic setup for ELR (40 MOA EGW rail, Burris XTR mounts to bottom out the scope, and the rest of the 105 MOA required in holdover in an Athlon Helios scope).  Even after figuring out exactly where I needed to hold, hitting the target wasn't a sure thing.  But it's a thrill to hear the faint "dink" of steel about 4 seconds after you shoot. 

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