2019 Bluegrass Regional Championships


event+view_page_date_label May 18 '19
event+view_page_end_date_label May 19 '19
10000 Barricks Rd, Louisville, KY 40229, USA
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2019 Bluegrass Regional Championships

8:30 a.m. EDST Saturday May 18, 2019

8:30 a.m. EDST Sunday May 19, 2019 


Current NRA Smallbore Rifle Rules will govern throughout. The Caliber .22 Rim Fire as defined in NRA Rule 3.2 applies. NRA Rule 3.21 Empty Chamber Indicator Will Be Used and Enforced. Open to any individual member of the NRA or non-member. Junior competitors may be members of the NRA or members of a NRA affiliated Junior Rifle Club or Non members. The NRA classification system will be used in all matches. Individuals who have not been classified will fire in the Master Class. Rule 19.6 (assigned classification) or Rule 19.2 (temporary classification) may be used. Non members will be assigned a number for classification only. Official NRA Targets (A-23 A-25 and A26) will be used. All targets will be displayed. 


Competitors will hang their targets and furnish their own clips. Separate class awards will be given in each of three categories, Service, Civilian and Junior, subject to LRRC Award schedule. Members of the USA Armed Forces and Reserves will comprise the service category. (Rule 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7) All others are either Civilians (Rule 2.2) or Juniors (Rule 2.3) Classes and Categories may be combined (Rule 19.8). A challenge fee of $1.00 will be charged for each challenge made. See NRA (Rules Section 16) All Challenge Times will be posted on the Official Scoreboard. 


All matches will be squadded. Squadding tickets will be issued upon registration at club office. Failure of a competitor to obtain his squadding ticket or present himself at the proper firing Point when his relay is called may lose his right to compete in that event. NRA membership and classification cards must be shown before squadding tickets will be issued. Entries in individual events will be made by using the enclosed Entry card, with Check or money order made payable to Louisville Rifle & Revolver Club or by calling Pryce Davidson Jr.  Please indicate your NRA member number and classification.

Entries are limited to 45 competitors.Entries will close no later than Friday May 17, 2019 Team entries received of the day of the match. Late entries will be accepted up to the range capacity.  Advance entry fees will be refunded entirely to anyone unable to attend.

NRA Registration..............................$ 9.00 Per Competitor

Individual Matches ...........................$ 15.00 Per Competitor 

One Day Package Entry Fee..............$ 35.00 Per Competitor

Package Entry Fee.............................$ 50.00 Per Competitor

Post Entries Same as above Team Match....$ 6.00 Per Team

Metallic Sights Saturday 8:30 A.M.

Match No. 1 40 shots at 50 yards.

Match No. 2 40 shots Dewar Course

Match No. 3 40 shots at 100 Yds.

Match No. 4 40 shots at 50 Meters

Match No. 5 Metallic Sight Aggregate  

Any Sights Sunday 8:30 A.M.

Match No. 6 40 shots at 50 yards

Match No. 7 40 shots Dewar Course

Match No. 8 40 shots 100 yds.

Match No. 9 40 shots. 50 Meters

Match No. 10  Any Sight Aggregate

Match No. 11 Grand Aggregate

Match No. 12 Any Sight Team Match



STAGE PIN: A NRA Regional Pin will be given to each competitor enteredRegional Champion NRA Gold Medallion2nd.Place NRA Silver Medallion =Minimum 15 entries3rd Place NRA Bronze Medallion = Minimum 25 entriesTeam Winner = NRA Medals  

All LRRC awards will be Cash or NRA Points.

An award schedule will be posted at the match. A minimum of 5 entries is required to form a class. 2nd Place awards will be given if there are 8 or more. 3rd place awards will be given if there are 13 or more entries respectively in a Class and/or Category. If less than the minimum, entries will be combined.

We have 50 paved and covered Firing points and an Indoor 75-ft. range with 10 firing Points. The Club will be open Friday May 17, for practice. The Club property consists of 95 Acres about 70% wooded. There is plenty of space available for camping. Limited electric hookups. Drinking water is available. Restrooms are located in the club building. Anyone wishing to bunk in the club building may do so.

There will be a lunch break each day, or you may bring your own or travel to one of the nearby eating-places. Soft drinks and coffee will be available in the building. Club rules prohibit all Alcoholic beverages on club property. Motels @ I-65 Exit 121 are approx. 2 miles So. of the Range. 

FULL Match Program available in Files Section.


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