Category Archives: Long Range (Rifle)

.22 PRS Match Results (from May 12)

May 12th Results –  Kamloops Rimfire Precision Series (KRPS)

Good turnout for the first match, 17 shooters.  Thanks to our sponsors:  Powder Keg, Go Big Tactical and Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) MDT.  We had a shooter from the LMD and for our next match we are expecting more shooters!

Results for the 10 Stages, max possible score 100 points:
1.  Ed Preto                   74
2.  Winona                     64
3.  Steven Spuzak        57
4.  Al Homer                  56
5.  Marlin Kachmar       52
6.  Don Piper                  49
7.   Dan Wright               37

next match is scheduled at KTSA Long Range for June 23rd and Aug 18th.  SIgn up at the Powder Keg or email 

kamloopsrimfire@gmail.com

.22 Rimfire PRS Introductory Shoot

KTSA Long Range
Sunday May 12, 2019, starts at 8:30 Am (5 hr event)
Fee: $10 (non members welcome)

What do you need?:
Rimfire Rifle in 22 LR with a scope and 200 rounds of ammo.
If you don’t have a rifle, there will be several you can borrow.
Hearing and Eye Protection needed.

What will we shoot?: Steel targets at ranges of 50 to 200 metres off of various props (barricades, tires, tank trap, etc)

Info Poster

Long Range Fri/Sat/Sun and 10 Bays Friday/Sat closed

The long range and 10 bays are closed this coming weekend (May 25/26/27) for the Art Bourne F-Class Match as following:

  • Long Range and 10 bays closed Fri noon til dusk and Sat all day (900 yard shooting)
  • Long Range closed Sun all day, 10 bays open (500m shooting)

Event participant access only.

Upper Short and Archery range open. No change to the velocity and caliber restrictions for the short range during those times.

Important Reminder!

As the drought continues the conditions at the outdoor ranges have become more critical.
We need to be even more aware of the need to be extra careful on club property.
Make sure to put out your cigarettes. Since all the bays have bark mulch in them it is probably a good idea to not smoke if you are in one of the bays. (common sense maybe)
The club has a no incendiary devices policy. (see the KTSA Range Rules) That means no exploding targets, no smoke bombs, no flash bangs, no tracer ammunition and at this time no open fires.
Be extra careful please. If you have any doubt about what you are doing, don’t do it.
We do not want to close the range to everyone, but if it becomes necessary we will.

Don Morphy
KTSA Range Warden