• PRL challenges are held over one or two consecutive days.  
  • One day challenges may be preceded or followed by a training day & optional ELR challenge.  
  • Venues for the PRL are: The Roundhouse (Cornwall), Gardners Guns (Scottish Borders) and Orion (Mid Wales)
  • You shoot as an individual.
  •  “Impact” is called if the shooter hits the target, no call or correction is given for a miss (until after the stage is shot).
  • 10+ separates stages and a minimum of 80 rounds per day (average 100).
  • No more than 40% of stages will be purely prone – with barricades and natural terrain forming most firing points 
  • Targets from 25m to 1,000m .
  • At least 60% of targets will be AR500 (or similar grade hardness) reactive steel. The remaining being paper or non-steel reactive targets.
  • Targets only worth 1 or 2 points per impact.
  • Scores are percentage based off the highest score.
  • Two Divisions – Open & Factory.
  • Open Div. No limits on rifle or optics value.
  • Factory Div. Max £1,500 factory rifle & £1,500 optic. 
  • Prizes and Trophies for the top three in each division.
  • Max .30 cal and 3,200 fps for both divisions.
  • Min of two scores (one from each location) equals a leaderboard place and entry to the PRL Sponsors Raffle.
  • The raffle will use your PRL shooter number, so ensures no bias and guarantees everyone on the leaderboard (regardless of placing), has an equal chance of collecting from the sponsors table.
  • PRL Sponsors Raffle will be drawn on Saturday 7th September 2019 at the Gardners Guns Challenge.

PRL ELR Quick Reference Guide

  • ELR challenges are separate and do not qualify for the main PRL leaderboard.
  • Minimum round count of 50 rounds.
  • Divisions according to caliber: up to and incl. 6.5, up to and including .30, over .30
  • Trophies for the top three in each division, but no prizes. 
  • Targets between 400m – 1,600+m, with at least 80% of FP’s prone. 
  • ELR challenges are the only PRL events that may be shot as a pair or greater number of shooters. 
  • If a Match Director opts to host an ELR challenge, it will ideally be held in combination with the training day.  I.e. If the PRL challenge is on the Saturday, the training and ELR challenge is Sunday and visa versa. 
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