• PRL challenges are held over one or two consecutive days.  
  • One day challenges may be preceded or followed by an ELR challenge.  
  • Venues for the PRL are: The Roundhouse (Cornwall) 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. 
  • 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.
  • The PRL Sponsors Raffle will be drawn in September 2020 at Orion Firearms Training.

PRL ELR Quick Reference Guide

  • ELR challenges are separate and do not qualify for the main PRL leaderboard.
  • Minimum round count of 40 rounds and max of 60 rounds.
  • Divisions according to caliber: up to and incl. 6.5, up to and including .30, over .30 (Orion Only)
  • Trophies for the top pair in each division, but no prizes. 
  • Targets between 400m – 1,400m, with at least 80% of FP’s prone. 
  • ELR challenges are the only PRL events shot as a pair.  
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