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Shooting Rules

Seddon range standing orders

Seddon Range Standing Orders - July 2020

Ammunition and energy testing procedure on Seddon range

Download NRANZ Ammunition & Energy Testing Procedure - November 2017

Target Rifle (TR) Shooting Rules

Download NRANZ Target Rifle Technical Rules

ICFRA TR Technical Rules

F-Class Shooting Rules

ICFRA F-Class Technical Rules - 2018

The July 2011 Council meeting adopted in full the ICFRA Rules and Regulations for F-Class Rifle Shooting. Follow this link to the ICFRA web site for the current copy of these rules: http://icfra.com/page4.htm

NRANZ Council has adopted two amendments to the ICFRA Rules and Regulations for F-Class Rifle Shooting as follows:

Amendment 1 (Adopted July 2011)

A standard system of scoring, with ring dimensions and score values consistent across the classes of shooting currently within NRANZ. All central bullseyes, regardless of shooting class, to score 5.1.

Amendment 1 Rescinded July 2012 - In F Class Rifle Shooting within New Zealand the central bullseye will score as follows:

F Open; V-Bull to score 6.0.
F-TR; V-Bull to score 5.1.

Amendment 1 Rescinded June 2014 - In F Class Rifle Shooting within New Zealand the central bullseye will score as follow:

F Open; V-Bull to score 6.0
F TR; V- Bull to score 6.0
F Open; Super V Bull to score 6.1
F TR; Super V Bull to score 6.1 

Amendment 2 (Adopted July 2011)

The use of a sound moderator is permitted.

12 Months Dispensation - In order to clarify the issue re the introduction of the ICFRA F-TR rifle and bipod maximum weight rule, it was agreed that the introduction and enforcement of these particular rules be delayed until the start of 2012/13 season. This will provide F-TR competitors a dispensation for a period of 12 months, within New Zealand, in order that they adjust rifle and bipods to fit within the max rifle weight rule.

F-PR class Shooting Rules

NRANZ F-PR class shooting rules (August 2020)

FTR-Classic

NRANZ FTR-Classic class shooting rules (August 2020)

The rules for FTR Classic are the current FTR rules with the addition of TR ICFRA rules T2.19.2.1 & T2.19.2.2

  1. T2.19.2. Bullet: T2.19.2.1. The .308 bullet diameter will be between .3075” and .3085”. No single bullet may exceed 156 grains in weight (or the factory tolerance for 155 grain ammunition where factory ammunition is in use).
  2. T2.19.2.2. The bullet diameter for .223 Remington will be between .2235” and .2245”. No single bullet may exceed 91 grains in weight (or the factory tolerance for 90 grain ammunition where factory ammunition is used).

Sporter hunter class Shooting Rules

Download NRANZ Sporter Hunter Class Shooting Rules - November 2016

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