The rules and procedures of the Campbell River Gun Club will be strictly followed throughout this match
These were written to protect the spirit of the event and will be strictly enforced to ensure a fair competition.
Each competitor must have a valid PAL or other legal authorization to possess a firearm.
Any safety violations may result in competitor removal from the match.
Mistakes or Non-Compliance in the firing procedure will result in no score.
Rifles must not be brought to the firing line until instructed to do so by the Range Officer.
Rifles are to be cleared by both team members and have a chamber flag inserted in the chamber before leaving the firing point.
When not on the firing line, all rifles will be racked in the racks provided with magazines removed, actions open and chamber flags inserted.
Stages will be timed, however there will be no running allowed in the shooting area .
While on the firing line, rifle muzzles will be kept pointed down range at no more than approximately 45 degrees from dead down.
No rounds will be fired until the Range Officer gives the instruction to commence firing for that competitor at that stage. Should a round be fired outside of this instruction the competitor will be scored 0 for that stage and a second offense will mean disqualification for the entire match.
When moving your rifle, it will be held by the barrel or forestock with the muzzle pointing upwards.
Before moving from the firing line, the shooter and their team mate will both check that the magazine is out, the bolt open and the empty chamber flag is in. The Team mate will declare the "Rifle Clear" before the rifle is moved.
Each shooter is responsible to have a chamber flag that will not fall out when the rifle is being moved.
A shooters zone will be established behind behind the shooting positions. Only the shooters, their team mate and Range Officers will be allowed in that area. All others please keep clear until it is time to shoot.