NRL22X FAQ for 2021 Season
What is NRL22X?
NRL22X is the evolution of .22LR competitions where, like NRL centerfire matches, the NRL22X will provide a National Series of competitions where match directors will establish their own unique courses of fire in a one-day match designed to challenge the competitors. Like the NRL, the NRL22X will not have any national-level gear or target distance restrictions, however, these will be up to the individual match directors to determine as they design their match. Each match will qualify for points that will be tracked on a National level so that we can truly track who the best .22LR competitors are. The NRL22 Championship will take 50% of the qualification slots from each series NRL22 and NRL22X.
Who may participate?
Anyone may participate in a NRL22X match, however, only NRL22 members will have their points tracked. NRL22 Membership will work for both NRL22 and NRL22X – one membership covers both!
What about classes?
There are only 3 classes in NRL22X. Open, Young Guns, and Ladies. There are NO limitations on rifle / optic price points at this time other than all rifles must be chambered in .22LR. (No air rifle at this time)
What support is there for the NRL22X?
The NRL will be fully supporting the NRL22X with marketing, media, logistics, administrative, and everything else in between.
When will the NRL22X start?
The NRL22X season will follow the same season as the NRL22.
What will the stages look like?
The NRL22X stages will be up to the imagination of the MD, however, a majority of the stage will be similar to the NRL, and NRL22 stages already seen but will offer further distances. You may be shooting at targets out to 500 yards or as far as the MD can see and call IMPACT!
How do I host a NRL22X match?
We will begin taking submissions for NRL22X matches at least two months prior to the end of the current season. A public application will be made available at that time. Should you wish to get on a mailing list for when that new application becomes available, please email email@example.com.
So, does this mean I can use my gamer plate, tripod, and Arca accessories?
YES! The NRL22X does not have any gear restrictions, however the MD may choose to limit gear on specific stages.
What does this mean for NRL22?
NRL22 will continue with monthly matches and published COFs. NRL22X is an additional series!
We hope to see all of you at a NRL22X match soon.