Safety is #1

  •  The rules and procedures of the Campbell River Gun Club will be strictly followed throughout this match (https://crgunclub.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Range-Procedures.pdf)
  • 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 must 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 or stored in their case.
  • 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 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 will  take the magazine is out and make sure the bolt is out and the empty chamber flag is in. 
  • Each shooter is responsible to have a chamber flag that will not fall out when the rifle is being moved.