Kentucky State Rifle & Pistol Association

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2014 Kentucky State 2700 Championship Match & EIC Pistol Match




Competition Open To: State Championship open to all competitors.
CMP: Any person who participates in CMP sanctioned competitions must comply with the eligibility requirements, regardless of whether he/she is a US citizen. No person who has been convicted of a Federal or State felony or any violation of Sec 922 of Title 18, US Code, is eligible to participate in this event.
Before an individual is permitted to participate in any CMP sanctioned competition, the sponsoring club shall have on file a notarized affidavit from that individual. All competitors will sign a waiver on site to compete in this match. 
Participant must be 16 years of age or older. The local sponsor will waive the age requirement upon presentation of a sharpshooter classification or higher in NRA outdoor pistol. Disabled shooters are eligible to compete with presentation of special authorizations for physically disabled shooters that are approved by the DCM or issued by the NRA in accordance with NRA rules 13.1 and 13.2
Time: Registration begins at 6:45 am EDT with 1st relay firing at 7:30 am EDT. 2nd relay will fire no sooner than 9:00 am. Out of town shooters will be given priority for their choice of 1st or 2nd relay. All competitors will be notified of their squading via e-mail.   
Entries: Limited to 24 competitors, 2 Relays only if 1st relay is full. Preference given to “Shoot The Works” entries. EIC leg match will fire as many relays as necessary to accommodate all properly registered competitors. EIC leg match will be shot at the completion of the 2700, Ky State Pistol Championship.   
Facilities: 12 point covered, concrete firing line, turning targets, automatic timing system. There is NO ELECTRICITY or RUNNING WATER on the range. Competitors are encouraged to bring their own lunch and drinks since the time & distance to the nearest restaurant or snack shop are not practical during the lunch break. The sponsor will provide a hot lunch for purchase at this match. Please bring your favorite drink and lawn chair.    
Range Location: The SIRPC outdoor rifle & pistol range is located at 17906, Indiana Hwy #60, Borden IN. From I-65, take exit #7 in Indiana, onto Hwy #60 going west. Approximately 5 miles Hwy 60 merges with Hwy 111 at the railroad tracks. Turn right continuing on Hwy 60 north toward Borden, IN. The range entrance is 6.2 miles from this point. Traveling north on Hwy 60, as you get near the entrance, The Hoosier Hills Golf Course & Sports Bar will be on the right. The SIRPC sign is on the right, in a right hand curve, in front of a white, farmer’s house. Follow the gravel around the left side of the red barn for 100 yards to the low water creek crossing. If you are in a low vehicle and don’t wish to cross the creek, park off to the side of the road in the grass. An SIRPC member will be glad to transport you the remaining half-mile. Final transport will depart the creek crossing at 8:45 a.m. Do not attempt to cross the creek if you cannot see the bottom of the creek all the way across. Traveling south on Hwy #60, the range entrance is 2.5 miles on the left from the only Borden IN traffic light.     
Rules: Current NRA Pistol Rules to include ECI (Empty Chamber Indicators) must be used. Club will furnish ECI if necessary.    Challenge fee is $2; if challenge is sustained, fee will be returned. A three-person jury system will be used for challenges. Use of scoring devices other than overlays is restricted to range personnel. Statistical challenges must be made with one hour after completion of firing. Eye & ear protection required. NRA B-6 (50 yd) & NRA B-8 (25 yd) targets will be used. 
Scoring: Competitors will score targets as directed by Chief Range Officer & repair their own target.   Competitors will be responsible for signing and returning their own scorecards to the Statistical Officer.
Match Fees:  “Shoot The Works” for $30 ($25 SIRPC club members) or $12 per gun. Junior shooters are one half the normal charge for matches chosen.
EIC Entry Fee: $15. Ammunition will not be provided. 
Classification & Awards: The NRA classification system must be used in all 2700 matches. Temporary scorebook or previous match bulletin is acceptable. Unclassified shooters will fire in the Master Class. Classes with less than 4 competitors will be moved to the next higher class until that class has at least 4 competitors. Masters & High Masters will compete for open (winner) awards only if there are not 4 in that class. The high scoring competitor in each match from all classes will be declared the winner and will not be considered for additional class awards. 
Advanced Entries: Mail entry info to Dave Richardson, 101 Cecilianna Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701-8914, E-mail  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or phone Hm 270-737-6587, Cell 270-766-7716. Pay at range only.
Program: Normal NRA “2700” to include .22 cal, CF & .45 Cal matches. EIC course is the standard NRA National Match Course of 30 rounds fired at 50 and 25 yd B6 & B8 targets. The EIC match will be fired at the completion of the 2700 Ky State Championship. 
ARMS: Competitors may use .45 M1911 or M1911A1 or Beretta M9 as issued by the US Army or the commercial pistol of the same type and caliber, having no less than a 4-pound trigger pull, as outlined in Army Regulation 920-30.
AMMUNITION:  .45 Cal pistol competitors may use any safe ammunition with 230 grain, full metal jacket, round nosed bullets. 9MM competitors may use any safe ammunition with 115 grain, full metal jacketed, round nose bullets.
EIC AWARDS: Credit towards Distinguished designation and excellence-in-competition badges will be provided by the CMP for those who qualify. 
Notice: Management reserves the right to alter the 2700 match schedule in accordance with weather or range conditions.
Last Updated on Friday, 10 January 2014 07:33