2019 Event Dates
Registration for each match opens noon 2 weeks before the match.
March 10 - Results
July 14 - Register (22 Challenge Match)
October 13 - Register (22 Challenge Match)
November 10 - Register
December 8 - Register for Pizza – Free fun shoot, lunch, awards, prizes!
Past Challenge Matches
Precision Rimfire competitions are designed to provide a safe, FUN, accessible, yet challenging precision rimfire match for both novice and experienced level shooters with varying types of rimfire rifles. Whether you are new to shooting, or have become a seasoned pro, Precision Rimfire matches will be an entertaining experience for you, your family members, and friends.
We have 2 kinds of Precision Rimfire matches on the schedule in 2019 - our regular matches with target racks of knockdown steel targets at 50, 100, and 150 yards, as well as 22 Challenge matches with a variety of target types at any range from 50 to 150 yards. A lot of the information is the same for both kinds of matches.
Required Equipment: Hearing protection, eye protection.
Rifles are classified into 2 categories - sporter and other. Please see Precision Rimfire Match Rules for details of the equipment allowed and required for sporter and other rifles.
There are 4 divisions in which to compete (only 2 are used in Challenge matches):
The Tactical Division positions will be more technical and physically challenging. The shooting position for each stage will be defined and can be of any common or real world type position including but not limited to prone, kneeling, seated, supported standing, etc… It utilizes stage props that require competitors to shoot from an improvised shooting position. The Tactical Division allows the use of shooting sticks, packs, and other equipment typically utilized in a DMM or PRS style match.
These are the classic Precision Rimfire matches that DPRC has done for several years.
On the 100 and 150 yard stages there will be an additional unique and challenging target. If the shooter has a perfect 40 or 60 score for their division after shooting all their stages, an additional 30 seconds will be given for one shot at that extra target, making a perfect match score either 41 or 61.
The 22 Challenge matches are patterned after the excellent Utah Long Range Shooters 22 Marksman Challenge matches (check them out on Youtube).
Annual Series Awards
There are awards for each division of the regular matches (best 3 scores) and for the challenge matches (best 2 scores), given at the December fun shoot, awards, door prizes and lunch event.
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