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2020 SSAA (WA) Big Game Rifle State Championships

Program:
Sunday gates open 8am.
Sign on and register for match’s wanting to shoot 8 – 9am
First detail 9.30am

Entry fee:
$20 for all 8 core events or
$5 per event

Match’s to be shot:
All 8-core matches for Big Game Rifle will be shot.

Stalking Class
Special Snap, Group 1 minimum calibre, 8 shots
Stalking Double Rifle, 0.228 minimum calibre, 14 shots
Group 1, 20 shots
Black Powder Express, 20 shots (no optical sights allowed)

Stopping Class
Bore Gun14 shots (no optical sights allowed)
Stopping Double Rifle, Group 2 minimum calibre, 10 shots
Group 2, 14 shots
Group 3, 8 shots

Nominations:
All nominations will be taken at the range on the day during sign in between 8 and 9am.

Rules:
All matches will be shot in accordance with the current SSAA Rules, BGR-National rules No.4 2016 as found on SSAA web site.

Teams and Team Selection:
There is no teams’ events or state team selection at this event.

Prizes:
Medals awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd for each of the 8 core events for the matches listed above.
1st, 2nd and 3rd for Open Champion based on best two stalking events and best two stopping events (you must shoot at least two stalking and two stopping events).
Shield for top shooter open (state champion).
1st, 2nd and 3rd for Veterans (60years and over) based on any two events shot
Ladies and junior winners also places for 1st, 2nd and 3rd and are any two events as per veterans.

AGM: Presentation of the place getters is at the Big Game Rifle Club AGM held in November.

Facilities: There are no facilities at PBGRC; there is some temporary shade only.

Discipline meeting: PBGRC discipline meeting will be held at the conclusion of shooting Sunday 11th of October at approximately 3pm

Contact: Steve Pearson (Club Secretary) steve@variflow.com.au 0417178262