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LEVER ACTION AND/OR MILITARY RIFLE SHOOT

  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.

  2. This Shoot will be open to members from all gun clubs 19 and older.   Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) B division for 14-18 under the direct supervision of an adult.

  3. All shooters will register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered competitors have fired their targets
  4. Lever Action Rifle Shoot: Lever Action Centre fire repeating rifles are allowed for this shoot.
    • No slings may be used in this shoot
    • This shoot will have two classes:  (A) Rifles with open or peep sights, (B) Rifles with scope sights of any power.
  5. Military Rifle Shoot: Standard issue non-restricted centre fire military rifles of a type in use prior to 1946 only are allowed in classes A,B, or C for this shoot.
    • Sporterized military stocks and legal length military barrels will be allowed.
    • Class A is for iron open or peep sights, Class B is for telescopic sights, Class C is for semi-automatic rifles with military issue sights, Class D is for military unlimited rifles and sights.
    • Different rifles may be used for each relay if desired.
    • Rifle slings may be used in the military shoot only
  6. Shooting relays will be conducted at the 50 yard range:
    • An optional 5 rounds may be fired before competition rounds are fired.
    • 5 rounds fired from the bench rest position for competition.
    • 5 rounds fired from the standing unsupported position for competition.
  7. Competitors are asked to register for the number of relays they want to shoot.
    • Competitors may shoot in as many relays as they wish, time permitting. 
    • $3.00 will be charged for each relay.
    • Half the registration fees will be awarded to the top shooter in each class. 
    • A lucky target will be mounted behind each competition target.
    • The lucky target cash prize will be awarded to the top lucky shooter in each class.
    • The top junior member will be awarded a medallion in each class.
  8. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.
  9. Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  10. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
  11. Any physically challenged competitor who cannot stand at the line will be allowed to sit at the firing line and free hold the firearm to shoot their target.  The Competition and Range Officers Committees must grant prior permission. 
Revised:  March 6, 2016              
 

ANNUAL HANDGUN SHOOT

  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.
  2. This Shoot is open to Lake George Gun Club Members 19 years of age or older. Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) B division for 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters will register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have fired their targets.
  4. There are three classes in this handgun shoot:  (A) Centre fire handguns. (B) Rimfire handguns, and (C) Blackpowder handguns.
  5. Shooting relays will be conducted at the 25 yard (22.86 meter) range: 
    • Five round relays will be shot in each class.
    • Scoring rounds will be fired from the standing position unsupported.
    • Sights are to be open type.
  6. Competitors are asked to register for the number of relays they want to shoot.
    • Competitors may shoot in as many relays as they wish, time permitting. 
    • $3.00 will be charged for each target.
    • A plaque will be given for first place in each class.
    • A lucky target will be placed behind each target.
    • The lucky target cash prize will be awarded to the top lucky target shooter in each class.
    • The top junior member, according to age, will be awarded a medallion.
  7. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders
  8.  Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  9. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
  10. Any physically challenged Gun-Club member who cannot stand at the line will be allowed to sit at the firing line and free hold the firearm to shoot their target.  The Competition and Range Officers Committees must grant prior permission.
Revised:   Feb 28, 2016


  MUZZLE LOADING / SHOTGUN SLUG SHOOT

  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.
  2. This Shoot is open to Lake George Gun Club Members 19 years of age or older. Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) B division for 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters will register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have fired their targets.
  4. Muzzle Loading Long-Guns of any calibre, and/or Shotguns with slugs of any gauge will be used in this shoot.
  5. Shooting relays will be conducted at the 50 yard (45.72 meter) range: 
    • Five rounds will be fired in each relay.
    • Scoring rounds will be fired from the standing position unsupported.
    • Sights must be open or peep type.
  6. Competitors are asked to register for the number of relays they want to shoot.
    • Competitors may shoot in as many relays as they wish, time permitting.       
    • $3.00 will be charged for each target.
    • A plaque will be given for first place.
    • A lucky target will be placed behind each target.
    • The lucky target cash prize will be awarded to the top lucky target shooter.
    • The top junior shooter, according to age, will be awarded a medallion.
  7. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.
  8.  Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  9. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
  10. Any physically challenged competitor who cannot stand at the line will be allowed to sit at the firing line and free hold the firearm to shoot their target.  The Competition and Range Officers Committees must grant prior permission.
Revised:  Feb 28, 2017

ANNUAL BENCH REST SHOOT

  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club
  2. This Shoot is open to Lake George Gun Club Members 19 years of age, or older. Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) in B division 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters will register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have fired their targets.
  4. This shoot will be divided into five classes: 
    • (A) Under .30 calibre centre-fire hunting rifles (barrel diameter of 0.75" or less at the muzzle)
    • (B) .30 calibre and over centre-fire hunting rifles (barrel diameter of 0.75" or less at the muzzle)
    • (C) Any centre-fire rifle and any scope
    • (D) .22 Rimfire sporting rifles (barrel diameter of 0.75" or less at the muzzle)
    • (E) Any .22 Rimfire rifle and any scope

5. Five round relays will be shot in classes A, B, C at the 100-yard (91.44 meter) range.  Ten round relays will be shot in classes D and E at the 50-yard (45.72 meter) range.

6. Competitors are asked to register for the number of relays they want to shoot.
  1. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.
  2. Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  3. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
 Revised: Feb 28, 2016

  CAST BULLET SHOOT
  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.
  2. The Shoot is open to Members from all gun clubs. Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) B division for 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters must register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM on the day of this shoot.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have shot their targets.
  4. Centre fire of any calibre may be used in this shoot.

5. Shooting relays will be conducted at the 50 yard range.

6. Competitors must register for the number of relays they want to shoot.

7. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.

8. Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.

9. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.

10. Any physically challenged Gun-Club member who cannot stand at the line will be allowed to sit at the firing line and free hold the firearm to shoot their target.  The Competition and Range Officers Committees must grant prior permission.

Revised: Feb 28, 2016  
  ANNUAL HUNTING RIFLE MEMORIAL SHOOT
  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.
  2. The Shoot is open to Lake George Gun Club Members 19 years of age, or older. Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division under 13, and (2) B division 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters are required to register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM on the day of this shoot.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have fired their targets.
  4. There will be two classes for this rifle shoot:  (A) Under .30 Calibre and (B) .30 Calibre and over.
    • Only centre fire rifles designed and or built for hunting purposes will be used in this shoot.
    • Hunting rifle barrels diameters must be 0.75" or less at the muzzle.
    • Scoring rounds will be fired from the standing position unsupported.
  5.  Shooting relays will be conducted at the 50 yard (45.72 meters) range: 
    • 5 rounds (optional) may be fired at a special sight-in target before competition rounds are fired.
    • One five round relay only can be shot in each class.  
  6. Competitors are asked to register for the classes they want to shoot.
    • $3.00 will be charged for each target.
    • A plaque will be given for first place in each class.
    • A lucky target will be placed behind each target.
    • The lucky target cash prize will be awarded to the top shooter in each class.
    • The top junior shooter will be awarded a medallion in each class.
  7. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.
  8. Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  9. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
  10. Any physically challenged Gun-Club member who cannot stand at the line will be allowed to sit at the firing line and free hold the firearm to shoot their target.  The Competition and Range Officers Committees must grant prior permission.
Revised: Feb 28, 2016

ANNUAL POKER SHOOT

  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.
  2. This Shoot will be open to members from all gun clubs 19 years of age and over. Junior Club members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) in B division 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters will register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM.  The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have fired their targets.
  4. Shooting relays will be conducted at the 50 yard (45.72 meters) range:
    • .22 Rimfire rifles will be used for this shoot.
    • All scoring rounds to be fired seated at the bench rest position.
    • Five rounds will be shot in each relay.
    • Fifty-four (54) cards will be spread on the target stand with the back of the cards facing the shooter.  Jokers and duces are wild.
    • Each card hit will be replaced with a new card from another deck.
  5. Competitors are asked to register for the number of relays they want to shoot.
    • Competitors may shoot in as many relays as they wish, time permitting. 
    • $2.00 will be charged for each target.
    • Shooters will make the best poker hand possible with the cards.
    • Best three poker hands win cash prizes.  1st place wins 30%, 2nd place wins 20%, and 3rd place wins 10%. The Club retains 40% of the registration fees.
    • The top junior shooter, according to age, will shoot a regulation target and receive a medallion.
  6. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.
  7. Scoring will be verified by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  8. 12. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
Revised: Feb 28, 2016      

ANNUAL TURKEY SHOOT

  1. This shoot will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range.
  2. The Shoot is open to Lake George Gun Club Members 19 years of age, or older.  Junior Club Members will compete (1) in A division up to 13, and (2) in B division 14-18, under the direct supervision of an adult.
  3. All shooters are required to register between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM. The Shoot will be finished when all registered shooters have fired their targets.
  4. Shooting relays will be conducted at the 25 yard (22.86 meters) range:
    • .22 Rimfire rifles only will be used for this shoot.
    • Five rounds are allowed for sight-in at the top target before the scoring rounds begin.
    • Ten rounds will be shot in each scoring relay.
    • All rounds will be fired from the standing position unsupported.
    • Sights to be either open type or telescopic sights up to 9 power.  Adjustable telescopic sights will be limited to 9 power maximum.
  5. Competitors are asked to register for the number of relays they want to shoot.
    • Competitors may shoot in as many relays as they wish, time permitting.   
    • $3.00 will be charged for each target.
    • The three top competitors will be awarded turkeys or chickens in descending order.
    • The top junior competitor, according to age, will be awarded a medallion.
    • A lucky target will be placed behind each target.
    • The lucky target cash prize will be awarded to the top lucky target shooter.
  6. The Range Safety Officer or designate will be in complete control of the range and firing line as per Range Standing Orders.
  7. Scoring will be performed by Competition Committee Personnel or designates.
  8. All persons on the firing line must wear eye and ear protection.
  9.  Any physically challenged Gun-Club member who cannot stand at the line will be allowed to sit at the firing line and free hold the firearm to shoot their target.  The Competition and Range Officers Committees must grant prior permission.

Revised: Feb 28, 2016

.22 Rimfire Winter Benchrest Shoots (Informal)

  1. These shoots will be held at the Lake George Gun Club Inc. Range. The 50 yard range is used.
  2. The Shoots are open to Lake George Gun Club Members and members of RNBRA affiliated clubs
  3. There are two classes: Open and Sporter
    • Open Class: any rifle, any sights, any ammunition and any two piece rest with not more than 4" of contact with the rifle from either bag. The rifle cannot be clamped rigid and must be free to float
    • Sporter Class:
      • restricted to low-to-medium priced rifles with any action. Rifle value is not to exceed the aproximate value of CZ bolt action and Marlin lever action. Target rifles, heavy barrels, and rifles with modifications are not allowed. Max barrel length is 65". Disputes are resolved by the committee, which is the final authority
      • Any sights allowed (open, peep, etc). Scopes allowed and may only be used to a maximum of 9x
      • Any ammunition permitted
      • One sand bag (rest) is allowed under the front of the rifle. No rear supports allowed other than the shooter's hand
  4. Scoring: Four targets with 10 scoring hits per target, resulting in 100 points available per target; 400 points for the match. Time limit is 10 minutes per target. Unlimited sighters per target.
Revised:   January 7,2014