MSSA V.P. of Rifles: Mike Moses at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on specific Matches
is available by contacting the following
XTC Matches contact MIke Moses at email@example.com
Benchrest/SOY Matches contact Robby Miles at firstname.lastname@example.org
F-Class Matches contact Don Swindoll at email@example.com
EIC (Excellent in Competition) Matches contact Ron Tate at firstname.lastname@example.org
Possum Hollow (Benchrest) Matches contact Robby Miles at email@example.com
MRP (Mid Range Prone) Matches contact JR Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org
NRA APPROVED 600yd F-Class/MRP(Mid-Range Prone) Matches are shot at:
Memphis Sport Shooting Association
Meet at 600yd firing line
Registration ends at 8:15 A.M. sharp.
Match fee $35 per shooter - Juniors - (16 & Under) - $10
Line goes hot around 9:00
Eligibility: NRA membership is not required
MSSA membership not required to shoot in organized matches
2021 Match Dates:
September 25 October 23 & 24 November 27
To register for 2021 Tennessee Mid-Range Combined State Championship, click on the following link: https://midsouthfclass.com/tenn-state-match-signup
1. F/Open (NRA)
2. F/TR (NRA)
3. FPR(Field Precision Rifle)(Suppressors, Breaks)
5. MRP Any/Any(NRA Mid-Range Prone)(Sling)
6. MRP Service Rifle (NRA Mid-Range Prone)(Sling)
Course of Fire:
Match 1: Unlimited sighting shots and 20 record shots @ 600 yards in a time limit of 25 minutes.
Match 2: Unlimited sighting shots and 20 record shots @ 600 yards in a time limit of 25 minutes.
Match 3: Unlimited sighting shots and 20 record shots @ 600 yards in a time limit of 25 minutes.
Further information regarding the matches is available at
If you still require additional information about F-Class/ MRP matches you may contact
Don Swindoll @ email@example.com
Jonathan Easley @ firstname.lastname@example.org
JR Ross @ email@example.com
Possum Hollow 600 Yard Benchrest Match
Monthly 600 Yard Benchrest Match on the first Sunday of each month.
Match Fee: $20.00
Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. in the Old Clubhouse. Registration ends promptly at 8:00 a.m.
Anyone arriving early to help with target setup will be greatly appreciated.
3 Classes: Light Gun, Heavy Gun and Factory Gun
(Competitors may only shoot one class)
We shoot for score only and awards are given for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place.
Please bring pen, paper, stapler and radio, Gun and ammo are also helpful.
Practice is the Saturday before, please arrive before 7:45 a.m. , the line goes hot at 8:00 a.m.
To view MSSA Club match rules, click on the following link: www.memphisibs.com
If you still require additional information about IBS/SOY matches you may contact
Robby Miles @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Moses @ email@example.com
Check the MSSA Calendar tab or https://memphisibs.com for upcoming IBS matches.
Benchrest shooting is the highest level of accuracy and precision in shooting sports.
IBS is an abbreviation for “International Benchrest Shooters” match, the course of fire in an IBS match is usually shot at 600 yards.
Benchrest shooting is the pinnacle of accuracy and precision, where near perfection is achievable, and consistency is the key.
The best shooters in this exhilarating sport are lifelong students. Nothing can adequately describe the excitement, challenge and camaraderie in this sport we call Benchrest.
Further information regarding the conduct of matches is available at https://internationalbenchrest.com .
XTC is an abbreviation for “Across the Course” match,
the course of fire in an XTC match is usually shot at 200, 300 & 600 yards range.
Check the Schedule tab to see the upcoming XTC matches and full calendar of high-power long range matches.
Purpose: Matches are held to promote rifle marksmanship and to establish NRA high power rifle classifications for Across The Course (XTC) full course (200/300/600 yards) discipline. NRA membership is encouraged but not required.
Match Schedule: This will be an 80 shot match fired at 200, 300, and 600 yards. See COURSE OF FIRE below for stage details. The order in which the stages are fired is at the discretion of the Match Director. The Match Director may also elect to have the slow-fire stages (1 and 4) fired concurrently and to have the rapid-fire stages (2 and 3) fired concurrently.
Course of Fire:
Note: Come prepared for an 800 Aggregate but be aware that the BRRC Match Director has the discretion to convert the match to a 50-shot NMC if required. Alibis are allowed for this match.
If you still need additional information you may contact Mike Moses via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any current MSSA member may contact the main office to obtain the Rules for the 200/300 and 600 yard ranges.
Two levels of certification are available: 200/300 yards and 600 yards. A qualification check for 200/300 yards certification is required before attempting to qualify for 600 yard certification. An NRA High Power Rifle classification card will be accepted in lieu of certification at 200/300 and 600 yards. CLUB MEMBERS ONLY - NO VISITORS OR GUESTS.
Safety is just as important as accuracy, if not more so. The Range Qualifying Officer is certifying that the individual is capable and safe to operate on the 200/300 yards and or 600 yards ranges. Any display of unsafe behavior will result in certification being denied at that time, but the individual will be given the opportunity for another chance at a later date.
Match Directors will be available at the end of scheduled matches to certify shooters.
The successful completion of a scheduled match may be accepted as certification, subject to the approval of the Match Director. Consideration will be given to the participant's conduct, safety and ability. Certification will also depend on the type of match conducted.
Before proceeding to the high-power range, all shooters must have an established 100 yard zero on the weapon to be used. The shooter must present this zero, with a minimum accuracy standard of 1 1/2 MOA 5-shot group to a Range Qualifying Officer. Shooters may then begin the certification process at the 200-yard line, demonstrating basic knowledge of ballistics, proper sight adjustment to center shots on the target, and the safe operation of the firearm. The uncertified member must demonstrate the ability to set up his equipment without outside interference or assistance. Certification may be preformed from the position of choice by the shooter. The prone position is recommended if a bench is not used.
B. Open Sights:
Note: A list of Range Qualifying Officers is located in the Main Office along with the 200/300 and 600 Yard Rules and additional qualifying specifications.