West Bend Barton Sportsman's Club
3540 Trap Shoot Ln., Kewaskum, WI 53040 Mail: P.O. Box 352, West Bend, WI 53095
(262) 334-9920 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Rifle Shooter Page holds information for the rifle shooting activities available at WBBSC
Public is Welcome, Please do come out and shoot these Matches, Great Fun!
The Calendar page has the dates/times for these shoots
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Scroll down for the WBBSC rifle match score results
WBBSC 200 Yard Prone Rifle Match:
First relay begins at 9AM
Vintage Sniper Rifle Click Me This link is a document describing the Vintage Sniper Rifle competition as defined by the Civilian Marksmanship Program. For the WBBSC 200 yard match you will shoot the MR52 target. The shooter may provide his own sand bags or support as described in the document.
Breaking News: New for 2011 Vintage Sniper Rifle classification. Vintage Sniper Rifle, is a scope equipped military rifle that was of Korean War service or earlier. This classification is associated with the CMP Vintage Sniper Rifle Match program. "Sporting Rifle", defined as a rifle commonly used for hunting or other types of sporting shooting. A post Korean War military style rifle will be considered a sporting rifle. "Target Competition Rifle", defined as a rifle commonly used in a tournament or match situation.
This is a casual “Just For Fun” rifle shoot that is run with a rifle match cadence. The whole intention is to have fun. A responsible adult must accompany minors. Any Rifle-Any Sight, 22 Rounds Fired In 20 Minutes Timed, Best Of 20 Rounds For Score. Best possible score is 200-20X. $5 per gun entry fee WBBSC Members & non-members. First relay begins at 9AM
Basic gear for this match: Your rifle, 22 rounds of ammo, earplugs or muffs, eye protection, a shooting mat (anything to lay your belly on), empty chamber flag (a spotting scope). Class 1: Prone Unsupported or Any Sling. Class 2: Prone Supported, Front Rest, Bi-Pod, Sand Bag, Rear Sandbag, Any Rest or combination. Any number and type of objects may be placed beneath each rest to compensate for variations in the height of slope of the firing point or to reduce its rolling. Shooters may use a form of table or platform to enable them to compensate for their physical limitations if you have difficulty with the prone position.
The match will be shot from the “prone” position (laying on your belly). You may shoot any rifle with any sight. The distance to the target is 200 yards. See the Targets Link page. Sporter Rifles with optical sights will use the IBS600 target that has a 1/2MOA "X" ring 1 MOA 10 ring. Target Rifles shoot NBRSA-2 or IBS200HR Target, 1/16 MOA X Ring, ˝ MOA 10 Ring, 1MOA 9 Ring. The target for iron , or, open sighted rifles will be the NRA MR-52, a reduction of the MR-1 target to simulate the 600-yard Slow Fire stage of the National Match Course at 200yards. Aiming Black (inches) Rings in White (inches): X ring 1.79", 10 ring 3.79", 9 ring 5.79", 8 ring 7.79", 7 ring 11.79", 6 ring 15.79", 5 ring 19.79".
WBBSC Rimfire Benchrest Match:
WBBSC Hi-Power Service Rifle & Vintage Military Rifle Match:
This is a reduced for 100 yard NRA STANDARD MULTIPLE STAGE Match Course. You will fire a total of 48 shots, 10+2 sighter rounds per position, the best 10 of 12 per position are recorded for score. The best possible score is 100-10X per position, 400-40X for the match. AR-15, M1A1 type rifles for the "service rifle" & any as issued "vintage military" type service rifle ( 1903 Springfield, K98 Mauser, Russian Mosin/Nagant type, M96 Swedish Mauser, FN-FAL, and so forth) that was used by any countries military. $5 per gun entry fee WBBSC Members, $7 per gun for non-members. First relay begins at 9AM
Basic gear for this match: Your rifle, 48 rounds of ammo, earplugs or muffs, eye protection, a shooting mat, empty chamber flag (a spotting scope). The firing positions are:
Standing Offhand Slow Fire, 2 sighters single loaded in two minutes, then 10 rounds single loaded slow fire in a time of 10 minutes, NRA SR-1 target.
Sitting position Rapid Fire, 2 sighters in two minutes, then 10 rounds rapid fire in 60 seconds, a magazine swap must be performed for Service Rifle shooters, Vintage Military Rifle shooters will fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds, then allowed time for a reload, and then fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds. NRA SR-1 target.
Prone position Rapid Fire, 2 sighters in two minutes, then 10 rounds rapid fire in 60 seconds, a magazine swap must be performed for Service Rifle shooters. Vintage Military Rifle shooters will fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds, then allowed time for a reload, and then fire 5 rounds in 60 seconds. NRA SR-21target.
Prone position Slow Fire, 2 sighters in two minutes, then 10 rounds single loaded slow fire in a time of 10 minutes. NRA MR-31 target.
WBBSC CMP 50 22 Rimfire 50 Yard Prone Match:
This match is a rimfire version of the Hi-Power Prone shoot. Shoot one of the WBBSC CMP 22 rimfire rifles, or bring your own rifle. Shoot from prone position, unsupported or use a sling. Shoot 25 rounds in 20 minutes, best 20 rounds are for score. The inaugural match was shot May 17 2009. Scores below. More info click this link "CMP Garand Match Page"
Targets Link Click this link for the CMP Competitions Rulebook.pdf, everything you need to know about match shooting.
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