Mid Range

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Mid Range High Power Rifle

Mid-Range High Power Rifle is a specific format of competitive shooting popular in the United States.  It is fired from the prone position, at 600 yard distance.

NOTE: ENGC uses ShotMarker Targeting system, you must provide your own wifi access device.

The standard course of fire at the ENGC for mid-range has three (3) individual stages that comprise an aggregate match.  Three (3) stages of slow fire (20 shots in 20 minutes), prone, at 600 yards.

This combines to a total aggregate of 60 shots worth 600 points. In addition to points, "X" count is also used to rank shooters in a match. In the center of each target (within the ten ring) is an "X" ring. If a competitor shoots within this ring they receive the ten points for shooting a ten, but an additional "X" which acts as a tie breaker. For example, if one competitor ends a match with 487-14X (meaning 487 points with 14 X's) and another shooter ends with 487-20X, then the one that shot 20 X's will finish ahead of the one which only shot 14 X's.

Shooter can use either a "service rifle", "match rifle", or "tactical rifle".