Posted by Patrick (22.214.171.124) on February 10, 2009 at 09:49:49:
In Reply to: reeves revolver posted by gordon friesen on February 08, 2009 at 15:50:20:
Here's the scoop on the Reeve Revolver Match, according to our friends at the NRA:
3.2 Any Center Fire Pistol or Revolver - Center-fire pistols (single shot or semi-automatic)) or revolvers of .32 caliber or larger (including 7.65 mm and .45 caliber pistols and revolvers); barrel length, including cylinder, not more than 10 inches; trigger pull not less than 2 1/2 pounds, except .45 caliber semi-automatic pistols not less than 3 1/2 pounds. Any Sights, including telescopic, are permitted with the exception of those sights that project an image on the target. Open sights may be adjustable but not over 10 inches apart measured from the apex of the rear sight to the apex of the front sight. Any sighting device programmed to activate the firing mechanism is prohibited. All standard safety features of the gun must operate properly. Programs may specify particular calibers of types of center-fire guns that will be permitted or not permitted in stated event.
National Match Course
Range Type Fire / Time per 10 Shot String / Strings / Target
50 yds Slow / 10 minutes / 1 / B-6
Range / Type Fire / Time per 5 Shot String / Strings / Target
25 yds / Timed / 20 seconds / 2 / B-8
25 yds / Rapid / 10 seconds / 2 / B-8
That is it. Guns allowed and stage of fire. Only shot at Camp Perry during the National Championships.
Brian H. Zins
National Manager Pistol Programs
NRA Competitive Shooting Division
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