2020 LERAA / TCRA Global P.N.G. Shoot incl. “Slater’s Knoll” 200yd Tag event 11-12th July

2020 LERAA/TCRA Global P.N.G. Shoot including the 200yd “Slater’s Knoll” Tag event.

will be held at John Kell Memorial Range, Hill End, NSW

Saturday 11th July

Morning – Welcome and Dedication (flag raising) followed by, registration

Shotgun shoot

Afternoon – 200yd “Slater’s Knoll” Tag event

(Tag Prizes awarded to members of the Association using No1 Mk3 rifles in “as issued” configuration) All other rifles permitted ‘within range allowance’ but not be eligible for the tag prize.

– Gathering for tea and medals

-General Meeting

Evening – Combined dinner and social banter.

Sunday 12th July

HISTORIC SERVICE RIFLE MATCH No 3

THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA CHALLENGE

Practice 1 THE MORESBY DEFENCE

Distance 200 yards Position Kneeling or standing No. of Shots 2 sighting shots & 5 to count Targets 1 x Fig 12 or equivalent Scoring 5 for hits within the 30 cm circle, remainder 4 Timing 1 exposure of 30 seconds HPS 25

PROCEDURE 1. Competitors will fix bayonets and then have 2 minutes to fire 2 sighting shots from any position, each shot to be individually marked back. On completion of the sighting shots, competitors will be ordered to load with 5 rounds, make ready with safety catches applied, and adopt the standing or kneeling position. Wait for command ‘Watch and shoot’. 2. On appearance of the target, competitors will release safety catches and fire 5 rounds within the allotted time. 3. Scores will be communicated to the firing point and spotting discs shown for 25 seconds.

Practice 2 THE JUNGLE LANE

Distance 200 yards Position Standing No. of Shots 5 to count Targets 1 x Fig 12 or equivalent Scoring 5 and 4 (as per Practice 1) Timing 5 exposures of 5 seconds HPS 25

PROCEDURE 1. Competitors will be ordered to fix bayonets, load with 5 rounds, make ready, apply safety catches, and adopt the standing alert position (rifle in the shoulder, pointing down at 45 degrees). Wait for command ‘Watch and shoot’. 2. Targets will make 5 exposures of 5 seconds each, with 5 seconds away. One round to be fired at each exposure, with a return to the standing alert position between exposures. 3. Scores will be communicated to the firing point and spotting discs shown for 30 seconds.

Practice 3 THE LANDING GAMBLE

Distance 200 yards Position Prone No. of shots 10 to count Targets 1 x DP2 or equivalent Scoring 5 for hits within 30 cm circle, remainder 4 Timing 10 exposures of 3 seconds HPS 50

PROCEDURE 1. Competitors will be ordered to adopt the prone position, load with 10 rounds and make ready. Wait for command ‘Watch and shoot’. 2. Targets will make 10 exposures of 3 seconds each, with an away time of 5 seconds, over a 6ft frontage. One round to be fired at each exposure. 3. Scores will be communicated to the firing point and spotting discs shown for 30 seconds.
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Practice 4 MILNE BAY HARRASSING FIRE

Distance 200 yards Position Sitting, kneeling or squatting No. of Shots 10 to count Targets 1 x DP2 or equivalent Scoring 5 and 4 (as per Practice 3) Timing 1 exposure of 45 seconds HPS 50

PROCEDURE 1. Competitors will be ordered to adopt the sitting, kneeling or squatting position, load with 10 rounds, and make ready with safety catches applied. Wait for command ‘Watch and shoot’. 2. On appearance of the targets, competitors will release safety catches and fire 10 shots. No additional time will be allowed to re-load. 3. Scores will be communicated to the firing point and spotting discs shown for 30 seconds.

Practice 5 ACROSS THE WATER

Distance 200 yards Position Prone No. of Shots 2 sighting shots and 10 to count Targets 1 x DP2 or equivalent Scoring 5 and 4 (as per Practice 3) Timing 1 exposure of 70 seconds HPS 50

PROCEDURE 1. Competitors will have 2 minutes to fire 2 sighting shots from the prone position, each shot to be individually marked back. On completion of the sighting shots, competitors will be ordered to load with 5 rounds, make ready and apply safety catches, then adopt the standing alert position. Wait for command ‘Watch out’. 2. On appearance of the targets, competitors will adopt the prone position, release safety catches and fire 5 rounds, reload with a further 5 rounds, and fire these (total 10). 3. Scores will be communicated to the firing point and spotting discs shown for 30 seconds.

Practice 6 THE SENTRY’S NIGHTMARE

Distance 200 yards Position Prone No. of Shots 10 to count Targets 1 x DP2 or equivalent Scoring 5 and 4 (as per Practice 3) Timing 10 exposures of 3 seconds HPS 50

PROCEDURE 1. Competitors will be ordered to load with 10 rounds, make ready and apply safety catches, then adopt the standing alert position. Wait for command ‘Watch out’. 2. Targets will make 1 exposure of 15 seconds: competitors assume the prone position, release safety catches, and fire 2 rounds. 3. Targets will make 4 further exposures of 3 seconds each, with irregular away times, over a frontage of 6ft. Fire 1 round at each exposure. 4. Scores will be communicated to the firing point and spotting discs shown for 30 seconds.

Match HPS = 250

Ties will be counted out in the order Practice 6, then 5, 3, 2, 4, 1.


Firearms Licence heldP650

Saturday only $25Sunday only $25Both Days $50

Cash on the dayPrepaid Direct Deposit