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The Santa Margarita Gun Club is not affiliated with the United States Government, the United States Marine Corps, the United States Department of the Navy, or any other branch of the United States military and armed forces.


Camp Pendleton NRA Approved High Power and F-Class Mid-Range Prone Tournament (3x 600) Match Program & Entry Form

Tournament Dates: August 28, 2011

Tournament Sponsor & Address: Santa Margarita Gun Club, Inc; P.O. Box 4858, Oceanside, CA 92052-4858.

Tournament Officials:

Match Director: Carlos Soledade Statistical Officer: Carlos Soledade Range Safety Officer: John Hermsen Range Safety Officer: Guillermo Sandoval Supervisor: Mathew Kokoszka

Note: Tournament Supervisor may not compete.

Range Location: Range 103, Wilcox Range Complex, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA. Refer to SMGC web-site (www.smgunclub.org) for Camp Pendleton vehicle entry requirements and detailed driving directions to the range.

Range Facilities: Range 103 is a 140-point firing range. Sanitary facilities are of the “Port-a-Potty” variety. There are no food or drink facilities. It is highly recommended that you bring bottled drinks (non-alcoholic) and/or non-perishable food items.

Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on or in the general vicinity of the firing lines.

Rules: Current National Rifle Assoc. (NRA) High Power Rifle Rules will apply.

Eligibility: Membership in the NRA is not required. Those persons who cannot legally participate in the shooting sports or who cannot enter a federal military reservation are not eligible to participate in this tournament. Participation does NOT automatically authorize entrance to MCB, Camp Pendleton, CA.

Entries: Individual competitor entries will be accepted using the attached registration form up to closing time of the Statistical Office on the day of the match, at the discretion of the Match Director. Competitors are highly encouraged to indicate their intent to participate using the electronic Match Pre-Registration form available at the SMGC website (www.smgunclub.org).

Entry onto Camp Pendleton may be denied to those persons who do not indicate their intent to participate using the electronic Match Pre-Registration form.

Registration forms must be completed in their entirety. Failure to accurately complete the Squadding Information section of the registration form may lead to forfeiture of match awards, at the discretion of the Match Director.

Failure to complete the name, address, and NRA # section of the registration form may lead to the inability to correctly report classification to the NRA.

Individual entries will be limited to 60 competitors for this tournament.

Entries Closure: Tournament entries will be accepted up to closing time of the Statistical Office on the day of the Match, at the discretion of the Match Director.

Camp Pendleton security regulations require that SMGC notify the Military Police of non-DoD persons participating in shooting activities no later than 3 working days prior to the activity. This notification is made by SMGC based upon the intent to participate electronic Match Pre-Registration form available at the SMGC website (www.smgunclub.org). Entry onto Camp Pendleton may be denied to those persons who do not indicate their intent to participate using electronic Match Pre- Registration form.



Tournament Fees: All competitors are required to be SMGC Members due to USMC range usage agreements. An assessment of $5.00 is included for Daily SMGC Membership in the entry fee. This assessment does not apply to Service or Juniors.

Annual SMGC membership must be confirmed through possession of a valid membership card, or confirmation of participant inclusion in the official membership roster at the morning of registration.

Annual SMGC Members, Service and Junior Participants 800 Point High Power Aggregate $35.00 1 Grand Seniors or Seniors $30.00 1 2

Service or Juniors $20.00 1 3

Daily SMGC Members

800 Point High Power Aggregate $40.00 1 Grand Seniors or Seniors $35.00 1 2 Notes:

1Fee includes NRA Registration Fee.

2Grand seniors are persons turning 70 or more in the current calendar year. Seniors are persons turning 60 through 69 in the current calendar year. NRA Rule 2.2.2 and 2.2.1 apply.

3Service are persons defined in NRA rule 2.5 (National Guard), rule 2.6 (Regular Service,) and 2.7 (Reserve Components). Juniors are defined in NRA rule 2.3 and are persons turning age 20 or below in the current calendar year.

Check-In Procedures: All competitors must check in at the Match Statistical Office for administrative processing. The Statistical Office will be open from 7:30 AM to 8:00 AM on each morning of the tournament.

Competitors are required to complete administrative processing, make payment of tournament fees, and receive their squadding assignments before they can participate.

Range Safety & Environmental Briefing: After completion of administrative processing, all competitors must report to the designated yard line not later than 8:00 AM to attend the mandated range safety and environmental briefing. Competitors not attending the mandated briefing will not be allowed to compete. Entry fees will be refunded less a $10.00 processing charge.

Target Pullers: No target pullers are provided by SMGC. All competitors are expected to take turns performing this service.

Match Start Time: 8:00 AM

Targets: Official NRA Targets will be used.

Courses of Fire:

Match #1 Mid-Range Prone 600 Point Aggregate

Stage # Stage Distance Sighter Shots Record Shots Target Points

# of Shots Time Limit # of Shots Time Limit

1 Slow –

Prone 600 Yards 2 2 Min 20 20 Min MR-1 200

2 Slow –

Prone 600 Yards 2 2 Min 20 20 Min MR-1 200

3 Slow –

Prone 600 Yards 2 2 Min 20 20 Min MR-1 200

Total 600 Point High Power Mid-Range Prone 60 Shot Course Match 600

Note: F-Class competitors will fire upon the appropriate F-Class targets.

Classifications: The NRA High Power Rifle Classification System will be used for this tournament. Assigned classification (Rule 19.6) or a temporary classification (Rule 19.4) may be used, if applicable.



Non-NRA members and NRA members who are unclassified or cannot provide classification information will compete in the Master Class.

Safety Equipment: Hearing Protection, Eye Protection, and Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) or Empty Chamber Flags are mandatory.

Other Equipment: Cloth, canvas or leather shooting jackets may be used. Standard military-issue web or leather slings or slings of this same type are permitted. Shooting gloves or mitts, ground cloths or shooting mats may be used. Shooting kits may be placed on the firing line provided they are not forward of the competitor or the firing line and do not interfere with other competitors.

Rifle Types Allowed: Service, Match, Tactical, Palma, F-Class, Any/Any, or Any/Iron rifles are allowed. Rifles that exceed their appropriate NRA specifications will be disqualified, scores fired disallowed, and match fees forfeit.

Sights: Metallic, Service Optic, Telescopic, or Any (Rule 3.1(f) and 3.7 applies) sights are allowed. Service Rifles using sights other than metallic will be classed on an individual basis.

Ammunition: Competitors must supply their own ammunition. Any safe center-fire ammunition, up to and including 7.62mm (.308 caliber), may be used. Tracer, incendiary or armor piercing ammunition is prohibited (Rule 3.17(b) applies).

Sighting Shots: Sighting shots are allowed for each Match and may be taken at shooter’s option. Sighters must be declared and recorded before “record shots” are fired. Sighting shots not taken will be recorded as an “M” in the spaces reserved for Sighting Shots on the scorecard.

Challenges: A fee of $2.00 is required and payable upon requesting the challenge. If the challenge is denied, the fee will be forfeit.

Categories and Classes for Aggregate and Individual Match Awards: Separate competitor categories (Service, Civilan, etc) will be established. If there are less than 5 competitors in a specific competitor category, then that category will be combined with another category until there are at least 5 competitors in the combined category.

Separate rifle categories (Service, NRA Match, or Tactical) will be established within competitor categories. If there less than 5 entries in a specific rifle type, then that rifle category will be combined with another category until there are at least 5 competitors in the combined category.

F-Class competitors will be grouped into a separate category regardless of the number of competitors entered.

Match Winners: Awards will be given. All awards are furnished by the Santa Margarita Gun Club. Match winners will be given that award only regardless of their individual classification.

Awards: All competitors will be classed into their appropriate competitor category and equipment category for award purposes. Scores fired with Tactical Rifles will be allowed only in their respective divisions.

All Match winners will receive eight (8) NRA Points. Individual class awards will be given according to the schedule below:

Individual Class Awards – NRA Points – High Master Class Only

Number of Shooters

High Master

1st 2d 3d

0-5 No Awards

5 - 10 5

11 – 15 6 5

16 – 19 7 6 5

20 + 8 7 6



Individual Class Awards – NRA Points – Master through Marksmen Class

Number of Shooters

Master Expert Sharpshooter Marksman

1st 2d 3d 1st 2d 3d 1st 2d 3d 1st 2d 3d

0-5 No Awards No Awards No Awards No Awards

5 - 10 5 4 3 3

11 – 15 6 5 5 4 4 3 4 3

16 – 19 7 6 5 6 5 4 5 4 3 5 4 3

20 + 8 7 6 7 6 5 6 5 4 6 5 4

Awards will be mailed to the appropriate competitors using the address information provided in the match registration form.

Special Awards: A High Shooter Award may be given, at the discretion of the Match Director for the Grand Senior, Senior, Junior and Women Categories; provided there are 5 or more competitors in the category and is in addition to any other awards earned.



Camp Pendleton High Power and F-Class Mid-Range Prone (3x600 Yd) Rifle Tournament Entry &

Emergency Notification Form

Match Date:_______________________________

Name: _____________________________________________________________Date of Birth ______________________________

(Last) (First) (Initial) (mm/dd/yyyy)

Address _______________________________________________City ________________________________ State________Zip Code ___________

Home Phone _________________________________________ NRA # _____________________________________________________________

E-Mail Address ____________________________________________________________________________ SMGC Club Member? YES NO Driver’s License # __________________________________________Date Expires _____________________________ State __________________

Squadding Information (circle one)

Category: Civilian Service Police

Special Categories (optional): Grand Senior Senior Junior Woman

Type Rifle: Service Match Palma Tactical Any Rifle//Any Sight Any Rifle/Iron Sight “F” Class MR Classification: High Master Master Expert Sharpshooter Marksman Unclassified

Caliber of Rifle: .223 .308 .30-06 5.56mm 7.62mm Other: __________

Fees Schedule (please check only one row):

SMGC Annual Club Members, Service, and Junior Fees*

High Power 800 Point Aggregate $35.00 _______

Grand Senior or Senior $30.00 _______

Service or Junior $20.00 _______


SMGC Daily Members Fees*

High Power 800 Point Aggregate $40.00 _______

Grand Senior or Senior $35.00 _______

* Note: $5.00 SMGC Daily Membership assessment required of Non SMGC Annual Members participants due to USMC range usage agreement.

NRA Registration Fee is included in appropriate Match Entry Fee.

Person to be notified in case of injury and/or serious illness

Name: ______________________________________________________ Contact Phone # ___________________________________

I certify that the above information is correct. Any misrepresentation may result in disbarment from participation in this Match. I have read the Release From Responsibility Form on the reverse side of this entry form and voluntarily abide by this agreement being fully aware of legal consequences of signing the within instrument.

_______________________________________________________________ ____________________________

(Signature) (Date)




FOR AND IN CONSIDERATION of permitting the applicant for Santa Margarita Gun Club Membership, who is named on the reverse side of this form and herein referred to as THE UNDERSIGNED, to enter the MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON AND SANTA MARGARITA GUN CLUB, herein referred to as the

“Santa Margarita Gun Club”, premises for the purposes of firearms use, shooting of firearms, observing the shooting of firearms, or any and all other purposes, THE UNDERSIGNED, for himself/herself his/hers heirs, executors, administrators and assigns:

1. Hereby voluntarily releases, discharges, waivers and relinquishes any and all actions or causes of action for personal injury, property damage or wrongful death occurring to the undersigned arising as a result of engaging in or being present at activities at the San Margarita Gun Club premises.

2. Hereby covenants not to sue and voluntarily releases, waivers, discharges and relinquishes any action or causes of action, aforesaid, which may hereafter arise for himself/herself and for his/her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns prosecute or present any claim for personal injury, property damage or wrongful death against MCB, Camp Pendleton, CA, or the Santa Margarita Gun Club or any of its officers, agents, servants or employees for any of said causes of action, whether the same shall arise by negligence of any of said persons or otherwise. IT IS THE INTENTION OF THE UNDERSIGNED BY THIS INSTRUMENT, TO EXEMPT AND RELIEVE THE SANTA MARGARITA GUN CLUB OR ANY OF ITS’ OFFICERS, AGENTS, SERVANTS OR EMPLOYEES; INCLUDING VOLUNTEERS, FROM LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR WRONGFUL DEATH CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE.

3. Agrees that in the event any claim for personal injury, property damage or wrongful death shall be prosecuted against the Santa Margarita Gun Club. The Undersigned shall indemnify and save harmless the same Santa Margarita Gun Club and any of its officers, agents, servants or employees, including volunteers, from any and claims or causes of action by whomever or wherever made or presented for personal injuries, property damage or wrongful death.

4. Agrees that the foregoing release is intended to be as broad and inclusive a permitted by the laws applicable in the State of California and that of any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.

5. Acknowledges that the Undersigned has been fully and completely advised of the potential for serious accident incidental to engaging in firearms activities, including the potential for death, personal injury and property damage, and expressly agrees to assume all risks of loss, damage or injury that may be sustained by the Undersigned.

6. This agreement supersedes all previous agreements and shall remain in force until January 31, 2012,

DATE: __________________ SIGNATURE: _____________________________________

(Date) (Signature)

PRINT NAME: ___________________________________


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