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Old July 28th, 2021, 02:23 PM #1
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NRL22 at AAF&G

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For those interested in NRL22 competition, Anne Arundel Fish and Game has started a new series. These will be held on Sunday mornings (usually the 2nd Sunday of each month). We’ve held three NRL22 matches at the Club and experienced what a fun and challenging event they are. The targets can be truly tiny, ¼ inch at up to 50 yds, and even the biggest target is only 6” in diameter at 100 yds. Ohhhh…and did I mention that you’re shooting from improvised positions on the clock? It’s amazing how fast 120 seconds goes by when you’re getting into position, cycling the action, and moving between positions, then re-establishing the sight picture for the next shot. Most stages are 10 shots in 2 minutes, starting from a standing position with the action open. In one stage this month, a stepladder was the prop, and the course of fire required the shooter to take the first shot with the rifle resting on the lowest rung of the ladder, move to a higher rung for each successive shot, then moving back down the rungs until 10 shots were taken.

To keep competition fresh, each month the national NRL organization publishes a new Course of Fire developed by one of the competing clubs. The benefit of using a nationally distributed Course of Fire is that individuals can compete nationally, similar to a postal match.

Here's our schedule of upcoming matches:
• August 8th
• September 19th
• October 3rd
• November 7th
• December 12th

We're using PractiScore for both registration and also scoring. You can sign up for the events through the PractiScore website.

If you have any questions, feel free to send me a PM.

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Sounds interesting! Do you have to be an AAF&G member to participate? And what is the cost per event to enter?
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Sounds interesting! Do you have to be an AAF&G member to participate? And what is the cost per event to enter?
It really is a ton of fun....and hugely challenging. You do not have to be an AAF&G member to participate in the match. The costs are:
  • $7.00 AAF&G members
  • $10.00 non-members
And, for those who are interested, the NRL22 organization just posted the August Course of Fire. It's available at this link: https://nrl22.org/wp-content/uploads...-COF-Final.pdf. Since our range is limited to 100 yds, we use only Option 1 in the COF.

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Can you use a 17 hmr?
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It really is a ton of fun....and hugely challenging. You do not have to be an AAF&G member to participate in the match. The costs are:
  • $7.00 AAF&G members
  • $10.00 non-members
And, for those who are interested, the NRL22 organization just posted the August Course of Fire. It's available at this link: https://nrl22.org/wp-content/uploads...-COF-Final.pdf. Since our range is limited to 100 yds, we use only Option 1 in the COF.

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Good to know, thanks! I may have to check that out then. Sounds pretty fun, and $10 is a good price to enter.
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Can you use a 17 hmr?
According to the NRL22 rules i found on their site, it's.22LR only. No .17HMR or .22WMR.
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Two quick questions: (which the NRL22 website posted rules do not seem to address?)
1) Are semis allowed? (10/22)
2) Would a bolt action Remington 541-T (heavy barrel) be allowed?
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According to the NRL22 rules i found on their site, it's.22LR only. No .17HMR or .22WMR.
That's correct, and also the AAF&G Range Rules specify only 22LR on non-Sanctioned Sundays.

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Two quick questions: (which the NRL22 website posted rules do not seem to address?)
I agree, it was hard to find on the NRL22 website, but here's the full set of match rules: https://nrl22.org/about/rules/

1) Are semis allowed? (10/22)
Yes, semi-autos are allowed. However, when changing positions on the clock, the shooter must engage the manual safety and call "Safe!" before moving from one position to another.


2) Would a bolt action Remington 541-T (heavy barrel) be allowed?
Yes, a Rem 541-T is perfectly suited to NRL22. In fact, I've been doing the event with a Winchester 52-C until now. I just acquired a CZ-455 Varmint that I'll start using for future events, after I spend some time at the range putting together DOPE tables.
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I've been seriously thinking about this and have scoped out a couple of CZ Varmit MTR's for NRL22. Anyone know any clubs sponsoring the NRL22 is Harford or surrounding counties?
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