Sunday, August 12, 2018

DEFI THE DISTANCE Sponsors/Prizes

We want everyone to please reach out and thank all of our DEFY THE DISTANCE match sponsors!!

Title Sponsor: https://defiancemachine.com/

Match Sponsor: https://thunderbeastarms.com/


Match Sponsor: https://www.proofresearch.com/

Diamond Level Sponsor:
http://benchmark-barrels.com/Benchmark_Barrels/Benchmark_Barrels_Home.html

                                  3) Free barrel certs @ $320 each  2) Miller brake with install certs @ $210 each
                    1) tactical brake with install cert @ $240 each
                    3) Sets Benchmark bipod feet @ $55 each          2) Miller brakes @ $85 each
                    2) Tactical brakes @ $105 each


Diamond Level Sponsor: https://rbrosrifles.com/
X 5
Still to come: (We will add info as we get it)
Nightforce
US Optics
XLR Industries
Manners
McMillan
DM Targets
Montana Metal Art Trophies (1st-3rd Open)
Outlaw Woodworks Trophies (4th- Top Senior)
Starline Brass
AEM Precision
Seekins Precision
Acela Truck Co. (Builder of Awesome All Terrain Trucks, stage prop both days)

DEFI THE DISTANCE Run Down


Defy The Distance Precision Rifle Series Points Race Match Event
Presented by Defiance Machine and hosted at LRC Montana.
 MATCH Directors: Glen Demaray and Brian Pulver
 Cost:$220 (no refunds)
Dates: September 8-9 Registration: Opens May 8th 
MATCH REGISTRATION LINK  Registration Closed Sept. 2nd at 11pm.
Round count will be 190-200 bring a few more to confirm zero, etc. Competitors will be able to check zero and drops at 100 yards, 400 yards and 700 yards on Friday the 7th from 2-7pm. (No other targets may be engaged at that time! Doing so will result in a match DQ!!) This is also the time for early check in though that will last till 8pm. Shooters arriving early Saturday can check in between 6:30 and 7:15 am.
There will be 10 field stages shot by everyone on day one’s COF at LRC. Day two will be 8 stages (9 if we exceed 80 shooters) facing the opposite direction which will be more quickly paced and require increased positional and time management skills. This should add some excitement to finish out the competition. The highest round count stage will be 15 and require a mag change with 10-11 rounds being average.
The only equipment restrictions are caliber, velocity and no more than 2 support bags. This means only 2 bags per shooter during engagement of any stage. Bags are limited to 12” cubed! Backpacks will almost always be allowed for shooting support.
The speed limit is 3,200fps for all calibers, chamberings allowed for this match range from 223Rem to 300WM. If at anytime your speeds are in question, you will shoot through a LabRadar or Ohler 35 to verify your speed. If it’s over speed then it will constitute an automatic DQ, no refunds will be given.
There will be only one match brief at the beginning of each day. You will start as a squad and move from stage to stage as a squad. We may provide squad cards to simplify proper rotation of the shooting order with in each squad. Example: Stage 1 shooter order is A-B-C, Stage 2 shooter order is B-C-A and so on as squads progress through each stage.
The COF will be simple and if you have any questions your R/O will answer them before you are put on the clock.
You will want to book Hotels early as Three Forks can get really busy with Archery Hunters coming in for the early season. Bozeman and Belgrade are also within 45minuts and have lots of hotels. Dry camping will be available on site, $20 for RV’s and $10 for Tents, please contact us with your intent as it will be on a first come basis. We can fit 12-18 RV’s on site!
Check in and Zero will be Friday Sept 7 starting at 2pm on the LRC Primary Shooting Facility. Friday is the only day you can check zero and the LRC Facility will go cold at 7pm for any last minute COF corrections. Competitors will receive the course of fire Booklets at check in.
You may sell your slot to another competitor but please inform us immediately via email and pass along all of their contact info!
Know your PRS Rule Book! It will be the shooters responsibility to honor the rules. LRC also has our own clarifications on positional rules, we will be sending those attached in our next email and posting them on our Article Page (Blog).
Saturday September 8th  @ LRC:
6:45 RO Meeting
7:15 AM Match Brief
7:30 AM Move to Stations  
8:00AM Rounds down range
12:00PM Snacks and water provided
5:00PM Dinner Provided at LRC
** D&M Targets Charity Shoot for the Unicorn!!
$20 for 5 shots at 1640yards (Most hits out of 5 takes the Target!)

Sunday September 9th  @ LRC:
6:45 AM RO Meeting
7:15 AM Match Brief
7:30 AM Move to Stations  
8:00 AM Rounds down Range
12:00 PM Snacks and water provided
2:00 PM Match completion: Food, Drinks and Social hour. Location will be the 40 x 40 Event Tent just South of Cotton Wood trees in draw behind primary range.
2:45 PM Trophies and prize table.
3:45 Call it a wrap!


Sunday, July 22, 2018

LRC FPR #3

2018 LRC FPR Competition #3   "Results Link Posted Below"

https://practiscore.com/results/html/256f0309-505b-4eb8-97ca-db7be20297c8

We had a fun 3rd event for 2018! The day started with 25 shooters, sun, little wind and 60' temps. As the day progressed wind only picked up slightly but the 90' heat, mirage and variable conditions caused plenty of challenge! We finished up match awards by 2:30pm with a very successful second run of using the Practiscore Scoring System. When it works it's certainly a great tool for making a match run smoothly and efficiently. Thanks again everyone for participation, with out your involvement these events would not be possible!

Gongrats to our top finishers!   

1st Brent Wood
2nd Tim Lund
3rd Seth McAnally

Top Hunter Ryan Harms 

High Novice Luke Griffis

High Senior Mike Morris
A big thanks goes out to Harvey Lewis, Ben Shomper Brian Pulver for putting in the time to help LRC get ready for this event! 
Thanks to http://www.outlawwoodworks.com for providing our trophies for this match. They looked great!
--Next LRC Match Aug 18th--

Brent Wood

Tim Lund

Seth McAnally

Ryan Harms

Thursday, June 28, 2018

2018 LRC FPR #2 +Results Link

2018 LRC FPR Competition #2   "Results Link Posted Below"

https://practiscore.com/results/html/b181137a-260b-4682-9eaf-193e3e2b8aa4

We had a great second event for 2018! The day started with 35 shooters, sun, little wind and 50' temps. By end of day wind gusts toped 20mph, holding true to LRC's wind skill requirements!! We finished up with match awards by 4pm with a very successful first run of using the Practiscore Scoring System. When it works it's certainly a great tool for making a match run smoothly and efficiently.

Hope to see everyone on July 21st! Practiscore Registration is up.
https://practiscore.com/lrc-fpr-3-july-21/register

A big thanks goes out to Mike Morris for really putting in the time to help LRC add target marker boards to the complete COF. He built and painted over 50 of the markers and helped us install them on the Range!!


The remaining gang after the awards!

Top Hunter Ryan Harms

Second Place Precision Brent Wood!

First Place Precision Carl Ross!

3rd Place Precision Peter Kneip!

FPR #2 COF Below
Please PreRegister for this event by using link below.
https://practiscore.com/lrc-club-match-june-23rd/register
 Link. This closes as 11pm 6/29

*Rules of engagement, stage descriptions and score sheet. 6/30/18
1
-Upon reaching the station all shooters must ground their rifles in the designated safety zone determined by the attending RO.2-When shooter is called to the line the rifle MUST be held at Port Arms (Muzzle Up), magazine inserted, and bolt back. All gear to be used during stage may be resting on ground). No pre-sighting or body positioning will be allowed prior stage start time.3-Shooter box is limited to the Arms Reach line ether side of post (line must be approximately perpendicular to engagement cone of fire). Fore and aft positioning is limited by shooters muzzle and trigger guard. Muzzle must remain in front of post line and trigger guard behind post line. If there is a marked line use it, otherwise an imaginary perpendicular line will suffice. If no post fallow RO’s instructions or see Stage COF!4-On the word GO/Engage time will start and shooter may get into position and start live fire engagement of the station.5-During any stage that requires movement all bolt rifles must have bolt open before movement will be allowed. All gas rifles must have safety on and shooter must call out LOUDLY
“Safe on” 
before any movement.6-EVERY STAGE SHOULD BE EASILY COMPLETED WITH IN A TIME OF 35 MINUTES FOR A SQUAD OF 6 OR LESS SHOOTERS! We ask that you push your squad mates to keep moving along!7-To maximize fair play the shooting order for each squad at each station will be rotated first to last, only exceptions are for new shooters!
Scoring: See Individual Stations

Stage Order: Due to last minute course changes we will be shooting from stage 3, then to new stage between 3 and 4 (#1 for this match). 4 through 8 are in same order.