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NRL22 2017/2018 REGIONAL MATCHES

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The NRL22 is fortunate to have so many quality Match Directors that help us make this League great. That’s why it was difficult to select only a few of the MANY that were ready and willing to represent their region and host the regional matches. We have absolute confidence that these men are going to put on great events and my whole family is thrilled to be going to Southern California to shoot our regionals.

Tyler Frehner, Director of Match Operations

If you are unable to participate in the Regionals, the rest of the country will be re-shooting the September 2017 COF for fun.

*Please be advised that we will not be collecting scores or distributing prizes for March because all of our resources will be put towards supporting the Regionals.


ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Jim Cannon
March 10, 2018 – Details 


MIDWEST REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Troy Tyson
March 10, 2018 – Details 


NORTHWEST REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Larry Foor
March 17, 2018 – Details 


SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Wade Newton
March 17, 2018 – Details


SOUTHWEST REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – James Jeffries
March 18, 2018 – Details 


HIGH DESERT SOUTHWEST REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Tom Chesterman
March 18, 2018 – Details 


 MARYLAND REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Tony Gimmellie
March 23, 2018


SOUTH EAST REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Michael Millikan
March 24, 2018 – Details 


NEW ENGLAND REGIONALS

MATCH DIRECTOR – Sean McGlough
March 25, 2018 – Details 


Regional Championship Rules

  1. A NRL 22 Regional championship shall consist of at least 100 rounds fired, and at least 8 individual stages. Regional shoots will be under the direct control of the Regional Representative. Having a sight in and DOPE gathering time is mandatory. Targets shall be at distance for shooters to gather elevation and environmental data.
  2. Shooters may only participate in one class at the Regional Championship. If they have qualified from multiple classes, they must choose one to participate in at the Regional Championship.
  3. Regional Championship are their own individual event and are under the direction of the Regional Representative, information regarding stages and distances may be provided beforehand.
  4. The Regional Championship are a stand alone event. Points earned at local matches are soley for qualification to the Regional Championship.
  5. No single stage should be worth 1.5 times over the amount of another stage. Additionally a stage in which a single shot removes all points without the opportunity to earn any back is discouraged.
  6. It is understood that many ranges operate for profit and shutting a range down is not possible and that train ups assist in profits for the range. Therefore shooting at the range prior to a competition is allowed. Shooting on the ranges props is also allowed. However, shooting specific stages before the competition must not be allowed for any reason. It is important that the Match Director be involved or at least has knowledge of events taking place at the range prior to his or her competition so having common stages and /or course of fire does not occur.
  7. No Regional Championship competitor may be allowed to assist in forming the stages course of fire or assist in set up of the match, or be a Range Officer or a Match Director unless the Regional Representative provides the complete course of fire along with details of shooting props for all competitors to see at least 30 days in advance of the event.
  8. From time to time, reshoots of stages will occur for reasons such as a cease fire being called, prop malfunction or target breakage. The Range Officer may offer a reshoot anytime he or she thinks it is warranted. A shooter may also request a reshoot to the Range Officer. If the Range Officer denies the request, the shooter may request to bring the issue to the Match Director. The Match Director’s ruling is final. The Match Director shall also inform the shooter if they are able to request another reshoot in the remainder of the competition. Reshoots may be complete stage reshoots, or starting in the middle of the stage with points and time consistent with the stoppage. The score on the reshoot will be the only score used.
  9. There will be a tiebreaker stage at every NRL 22 Regional Championship event. The tiebreaker stage will be designated as such in the shooter booklet. The tiebreaker will go off of the shooters score on that stage. Match directors are encouraged to use paper stages with points broken down according to accuracy to reduce the chance of ties. In the event of a tie, the Match Director shall have the shooters repeat the tie breaker until the tie is broken.

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