F-CLASS STYLE MATCH RULES
The F-Class match is a long range high power rifle match that is a sub-discipline of NRA Fullbore Rifle competition. It is based on the use of very accurate bolt-action rifles, and can be shot at various ranges from 300 yards to 1,000 yards at paper targets. You can review the NRA rules for this match including the rifles, equipment, and ammunition here: http://www.nrahq.org/compete/rules/fullbore_07.pdf
While we do not have the facilities to comply with all of the range requirements to conduct a full-blown NRA sanctioned F-Class match, we find the context of the match very interesting and think that we can adapt a match to our range.
Rifles and other equipment: We will have two classes: F-Class Open Rifle (F-O), and F-Class Target Rifle (F-T/R). Rifles and their associated equipment will be required to comply with the NRA F-Class Rifle rules (see pages 42-44 of the NRA Fullbore Rules).
Ammunition: Ammunition must comply with the NRA F-Class rules.