The basic philosophy of MBSC 22 Long Rifle Shoots is to provide an enjoyable, safe venue for the participants and by doing so help those shooters become better marksmen. In order to provide a level playing field for all shooters and avoid an expensive auxiliary equipment race between shooters, the following guidelines are in effect:
A. The only allowed support equipment to be used is sandbags and/or bipods
or a combination of the 2. Other equipment may be allowed at a shoot if
prior notice is made in the match format. Please check course of fire for
each scheduled match.
B. All shooters are expected to be courteous and respectful to other shooters
and range staff and submit accurate scores.
Rifles are classified into divisions as follows:
Division 1: Those factory rifles that would have lightweight barrels and standard
triggers. A standard factory model that might be used as a "first gun" to teach
basic marksmanship to a new shooter. Often this type of rifle is referred to as
a "plinker" or "field gun" - ie. ruger 10/22 standard model.
Division 2: Those factory barrels that have heavy match grade barrels,
lightweight match triggers and/or ergonomic stocks. Those factory rifles that
have in the model name and/or model designation "competition", "target", and/or
"match." Also, any division 1 rifle that has been modified with the upgrade of a
match barrel or match trigger.
Division 1: A factory rifle with factory standard barrel, trigger and stock. The
muzzle diameter should not be greater than .710". Any type of action will be
acceptable. Maximum caliber allowed is 30-06. This type of rifle would
generally be considered a "deer rifle."
Division 2: A rifle with a heavy barrel, used for precision shooting. Any type of
action is acceptable. The muzzle diameter will be no less than .710" and no
greater than 1.0" Maximum caliber allowed is 30-06. This type of rifle would
generally be considered a "match/varmint/sniper rifle."
Open Class: Any action, any barrel, any stock, any trigger, any rest. Anything
that is safe is allowed in this class. No caliber greater than 30-06.
2022 .22LR MATCH SCHEDULE*
*Match dates are listed below but match format can be found by
clicking on the link next to the match on the Special Events Page.
Please ALWAYS check the Match Format for specifics PRIOR to arriving at
the range for the match.
Jan 15 - Paper Egg Shoot - Indoors at 50' - Results Jan 25 - Members Only Know Your Limits - Results Feb 19 - Paper Egg Shoot Indoors at 50' - Results Feb 22 - Members Only Know Your Limits - Results Mar 19 - OUTDOOR Matchsticks at 50 yds - Results Apr 16 - Lollipops and Pool Chalk at 100 yds - Results May 21 - Eggs at 100, 250 and 300 Yds - Results Jun 18 - Know Your Limits at 50 Yds - Results Jul 16 - Pool Chalk at 100 Yds - Results
Aug 20 -
Sept 17 -
Oct 15 -
Nov 19 -
PLEASE NOTE: INDIVIDUAL COURSE OF FIRE FOR EACH MATCH
WILL BE POSTED TO WEBSITE 2 - 3 WEEKS PRIOR TO EVENT.
PLEASE REFER TO SPECIAL EVENTS TAB FOR LINK TO THIS PAGE.
Any questions pertaining to .22LR matches should be sent to the Match