Senior Olympics Festival - Shooting Events

Date: Friday, Jan. 26
Site: Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park
11296 S. Harrison Rd.
Schedule: 8 a.m. start time
Fees: $21 event

Event Coordinator: Jeffery Schneider, (520) 419-4130bronte8077@gmail.com

 

High Power Rifle

Date: Friday, Jan. 26
Site: Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park, 11296 S. Harrison Rd.
Schedule: 8 a.m. start time
Fees: $21/event
Event Coordinator: Jeffery Schneider, (520) 419-4130bronte8077@gmail.com

Registration:EZEEreg.com

Entry Regulations:

  • Men and women compete separately.
  • Competition will be in five-year increments beginning with 50-54.
  • All participants must provide own ammunition & firearms

Format:

  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published and/or posted by Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There will be no exceptions.
  • Olympic medals will be awarded based upon age groups and gender
  • There will be no separate awards for NRA Classification.
  • Two relays. First relay starts with 50-69 age groups, second relay 70+, each relay will have a maximum of 12 shooters, 24 for the match.
  • Range capacity 24 shooters.
  • Relay one will fire complete course of fire and then relay two will shoot.

Advanced entries are suggested, but walk up entries will be allowed.

Sports Rules:

National Rifle Association (NRA) rules apply.

  • Service Rifle only. Scoped rifles approved—max 4.5x
  • All shooting done at 100 yards using reduced targets. SR 1 targets

Course of Fire:

  1. 5 sighter shots prone slow fire followed by 10 slow fire prone in 15 minutes.
  2. Rapid fire prone: 10 shots fired in 80 seconds. 1 reload required based on CMP rules.
  3. Rapid fire sitting: 10 shots fired in 70 seconds. 1 reload required based on CMP rules.
  4. Standing slow fire: 10 minutes to fire 10 rounds.
  5. Target: NRA standard 100-yard High Power Rifle.
  6. Total rounds fired 40. Total possible points = 400 

Rim & Center Fire Pistol

Events: Rimfire Pistol / Centerfire Pistol
Dates: Saturday, Jan. 27
 
Site: Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park, 11296 S. Harrison Rd.
 
Schedule: (RF Pistol) 8 a.m. start time2, (CF Pistol) 8 a.m. start time
 
Fees: $21 event
 
Event Coordinator: Jeffery Schneider, (520) 419-4130bronte8077@gmail.com

Registration:EZEEreg.com

Entry Regulations:

  • Men and women compete separately.
  • Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50-54. Relays assigned according to age group.
  • All participants must supply own ammunition & firearms.
  • Limited to 50 shooters per event.

Format:

  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published and/or posted by Pima County Southeast

Regional Park will apply. There are no exceptions.

Sports Rules:

Pistol (Center and Rim Fire)

  • Ammo - Rimfire .22
  • Ammo - Centerfire. Only standard caliber handguns (380, 9mm, 38 spl., .40 cal., and .45 cal.).
  • Sights - metallic, telescopic and electronic sights are permitted with the exception of Laser sights.
  • Targets – 25 yards, B - 16, 10 record shots per target
  • All pistol competitions will be shot at 25 yards using one hand or two.
  • 10-minute sighting period prior to first record target.
  • 5-minute practice time prior to record shots.
  • Course of fire, 20 record shots per event.
  • Slow fire time of one minute per round. Targets changed after 20 minutes for 20 record rounds.
  • Second relay to added if needed.
  • Exceptions will be allowed for disabled and handicapped.
  • You may collect your own brass. Brass left on the range is the property of the Pima County Southeast Regional Park

 

Small Prone Rifle

Events: Smallbore Prone Rifle
Dates: Sunday, Jan. 28
 
Sites: Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park, 11296 S. Harrison Rd.
 
Schedule: 9 a.m. start time
 
Check-In: 30 minutes before start time
 
Fees: $21 event
 
Event Coordinator: Jeffery Schneider, (520) 419-4130, bronte8077@gmail.com

Registration:EZEEreg.com

Entry Regulations:

  • Men and women compete separately.
  • Competition will be in five-year increments beginning with 50-54. Relays assigned according to age group.
  • All participants must supply own ammunition & firearms.

Format:

  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published and/or posted by the Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There are no exceptions.
  • Range capacity 25 shooters.

Sports Rules:

Smallbore Rifle Prone

  • National Rifle Association (NRA) rules apply
  • Any sights (scope or iron sights)
  • Rifle .22LR caliber rifle capable of single loading
  • Ammo. .22 long rifle caliber only.
  • 50 yards / N.R.A. A51 target
  • 60 shots for record / shot in three stages (20 shots per target)
  • Total time 20 minutes for all sighter and record rounds per stage.

Arizona Senior Olympic Games event.

Rimfire Sporter Rifle

Events: Rimfire Sporter Rifle Match
Dates: Sunday, Jan. 28
 
Site: Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park, 11296 S. Harrison Rd.
 
Schedule: 11 a.m. Start Time
Check-In: 30 minutes before start time
Fees: $21/event
Event Coordinator: Jeffery Schneider, (520) 419-4130bronte8077@gmail.com

Registration:EZEEreg.com

Entry Regulations:

3 Rifle Categories

  • O-Class rifle: Open sights like U, V, or square notch rear sights. Front sight is an exposed beard or post sight.
  • T-Class rifle: An aperture rear sight, telescopic sight no more than 6-power, or any type of electronic sight.
  • Tactical rifle: AR-15 type rifles. Either iron, telescopic, or electronic sights.

Range Rules:

  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published and/or posted by the Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There are no exceptions.
  • Range capacity 25 shooters.

Sports Rules:

CMP Rimfire Sporter Rules

  • Overall weight may not exceed 7.5lbs with sights
  • Sling swivel fixed in one location on the front and rear
  • No thumbhole stocks, adjustable butt plates or cheek pieces and moveable sling swivels.
  • Three-pound trigger

Ammunition: .22 cal. long rifle ammo only. No rimfire magnum ammo

Course of Fire

  1. 10 shots for record in 10 minutes
  2. Two series of five shots rapid fire. Semi-autos 25 sec and 30 sec for manual rifles. No alibis.

Coed Prone Stage:

  • Shooter must start with a rifle butt not in shoulder

Sitting or Kneeling Stage:

  • Shooter must start with rifle butt not in shoulder

Standing Stage:

  • Shooter must start with rifle butt at the hip

Targets: 50/25 yards NLU049

Awards based on CMP system, not according to age groups or gender. 

Trap and Skeet

Events: 16-Yard Trap Shoot, 21-Yard Trap Shoot, 12/20 Gauge Skeet, 28/.410 Gauge Skeet
 
Date: Saturday, Jan. 6
 
Site: Southeast Clay Target Center, 11295 S. Harrison Rd.
 
Schedule: 8 a.m. Start Time
 
Check-In: 30 minutes before start time
 
Fees: $22 per event

 Event Coordinator: Art Panzer, apanzer@live.com

Registration:EZEEreg.com

Entry Regulations:

  • Men and women compete separately.
  • Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50-54

Format:

  • Protective ear and eye wear is mandatory.
  • Shotguns and shells provided by participant.

Range/ Sport Rules:

  • All range and safety rules as published and/or posted at the Pima County Southeast Regional Park, Clay Target Center will apply. There are no exceptions.
  • American Trap Association (ATA) rules apply.
  • National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) rules apply.
  • Settling ties - length of run counting backwards from the last bird shot settles ties.
  • Shotguns - must be unloaded with the action open at all times when not on shooting station. After shooting, the gun must be unloaded and the action open before stepping off the station. No exceptions will be tolerated.
  • Should a misfire or a gun malfunction occur, keep the gun pointed down range. Do not open the action. Call for the field referee to assist in clearing the action. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in a lost target.
  • Hulls that hit the ground should not be picked up during the shooting events. This rule is for your own safety. Hulls must be picked up after the shooting events.

Shells required:

  • Target Loads only. No Magnum or Heavy Loads.
  • Trap - 50 shells required; 12 gauge or smaller allowed; 1-1/8 oz. maximum load allowed. No shot size larger than #7-1/2 will be allowed.
  • Skeet - 50 shells required; 12 gauge: 1-1/8 oz max, #9, #8, #7-1/2 shot size; 20 gauge: 7/8 oz max, #9, #8, #7-1/2 shot size, 28 gauge: 3/4 oz max, #9, #8, #7-1/2 shot size; .410 gauge: 1/2 oz max, #9, #8, #7-1/2 shot size. No shot size larger than #7-1/2 will be allowed.
  • Trap & Skeet - Each event will consist of 2 rounds of 25 targets, 50 total.
  • Medals - Three highest scores per event, by age group will determine medal winners.

Arizona Senior Olympic Games Event.