Pushing the limits of the modern .22LR cartridge, the ELEY Practical Rimfire Challenge series matches are for either bolt action or semi-automatic rifles—in field conditions out to 300 yards. Based on positional shooting, similar to the Precision Rifle Series (PRS), competitors will have their work cut out for them, including shooting prone, weak shoulder, standing, sitting, kneeling, barricades—and/or the use of movement from position to position during the same stage of fire.
Cole McCulloch, owner of PNTC said:
Additionally, this unique series of matches will have its rules fashioned similar to PRS. However, shooters should fully expect to see some different type of stages than what is normally seen at a PRS match, such as unsupported standing or unsupported kneeling. The goal is not to replicate PRS in rimfire, but rather to create the ultimate challenge for shooters on the rimfire rifle platform.
"We expect to see recreational, action, Olympic, NRA and PRS shooters all competing and having fun," McCulloch added.
Three matches are currently scheduled for March 25, May 13, and September 30, 2017. Scores will be kept and converted into points that will accumulate from the three events. Register now at: www.peacemakernational.com/prc.