An event every month that begins at 8:00 am on day Third of the month, happening 12 times
This is a center fire rifle competition conducted at the benchrest position using the International
Benchrest Shooters (IBS) targets. Two shots are fired at each of the five targets on the target
sheet. There are typically four relays with the aggregate score determining the competition
winners. The scoring format is ten points for touching the inner ring with an additional point
awarded for touching the bullseye and then a decreasing point value in each of the outer rings.
There are two rifle categories, Factory Class for off the shelf retail rifles and Custom Class for all
other rifles. The match director shall make the final classification determination on all rifles.
Matches are usually held on the third Saturday of each month but may change due to conflicts
with other scheduled events. Check the range calendar to verify match dates.
$10.00 per match.
Kenmore Range Safety rules will be applicable to this match.
Chamber flags are required.
Eye and ear protection are required.
Non club members may participate but must complete the Public Shooter Waiver Form at
the time of registration for the match.
Match check in is between 7:30am and 8:40am. The match begins at 9:01am.
Setup time is from 7:30am to 8:45am. Rifles may not be uncased during this time.
Firearm and Ammunition:
Any center fire rifle with a 36X or greater scope.
Ammunition is limited to center fire cartridges. Armor piercing, tracers, 50BMG, steel or
tungsten cored bullets, as well as steel jacketed cartridges are prohibited per Kenmore
The number of cartridges required is minimum of 40. Unlimited sighters may be fired
during the course of a relay.
Course of fire:
An initial 15-minute sight in period.
Typically, four relays of ten shots each using either the IBS 100, 200, or 300-yard targets
depending upon the match distance of the day.
13 minutes per relay.
The targets will be changed and scored after each relay.
Rifle supports allowed:
Tripod benchrests or adjustable front stands along with rear rifle rests are allowable
Bipods – either standard or F class
Sandbags using wooden frames available at the range
For additional information: Contact Matt Daly at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeff Locke at