THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA

2010 NRAI MATCH BOOK - 2010
FOR

NATIONAL SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS
& ALL INDIA G V MAVLANKAR SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP & RULES FOR CONDUCT OF ZONAL COMPETITIONS

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COMMON GENERAL RULES FOR ALL INDIA G.V. MAVLANKAR SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP AND NATIONAL SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS
1. ELIGIBILITY

1.1. Participation is open to competitors belonging to State Associations/Units affiliated to NRAI. In case where No State Association exists, competitors belonging to clubs directly affiliated to NRAI will be allowed to participate. NRAI members must also take part through State Rifle Association/Clubs of their native place otherwise their entry will not be accepted. All the State Rifle Associations/Units will allow the members of NRAI to participate in the competitions organized by NRAI without becoming a member of that State/Club to which he/she belongs. However, if there is no such Association/Club functioning in their State, they can take part as members of NRAI provided they have paid all their dues towards NRAI. 1.2 Sub-Juniors can take part in one age category only i.e. either in junior or sub-junior category. However Sub-juniors\juniors can take part in the corresponding open events also. 1.3 Foreign Nationals who are members of NRAI and teams from Foreign Countries may be permitted to participate in the matches of the Competitions. However, they will not be eligible for any Trophies or Medals. Mementoes may be awarded to them. 1.4 A Shooter is eligible to participate in AIGVMSC only if he/she has achieved the following minimum qualifying score in the previous AIGVMSC, Kumar Surendra Singh Inter School Shooting Championship, Zonal Championships, Inter University, Inter College Competitions (conducted under the supervision of NRAI) or in State Championship (Full course as per NRAI Match Book) conducted by the State in those events in which he/she wishes to participate. Scores of such competitions must be filled in the entry form at the time of sending entries for AIGVMSC. Shooters furnishing wrong information shall be debarred from taking part in any Championship for two years. Disciplinary action shall also be taken against the official signing the entry form.

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EVENT

QUALIFYING SCORE – MEN

WOMEN

JUNIORS/ VETERANS* M/W 480/470 450 340/330 425 390 260/250

YOUTH M/W

RIFLE Free/Sport Rifle – Prone 3P Air Rifle-Peep Sight O S Rifle Prone O S Rifle 3 P O.S. Air Rifle PISTOL-AIGVMSC Free Pistol Centre Fire Pistol Standard Pistol Air Pistol M/W Sport Pistol TRAP/SKEET (NR) DOUBLE TRAP (NR)

520 500 350 450 425 270

510 490 340 450 425 260

280 250

270 240

230 240 240 335 30/50 28/50

325 225 20/50 18/50

210 220 225 325/315 210/200 25/50-MEN 15/50-WOMEN 18/50-MEN 15/50-WOMEN

280 -

270 -

1.5 All affiliated State Rifle Associations/Units will send results of State Championships conducted by them to NRAI for verification one month before AIGVMSC. In case, there is no State Rifle Association, results of competitions conducted by affiliated clubs will be recognized and must be sent to NRAI one month before the AIGVMSC. 1.6 Any shooter, who had achieved the scores as per rule 1.4 but could not participate, will be allowed to compete in the next AIGVMSC provided his/her absence is not more than two previous AIGVMSC/State Championships. (Clarification: Performance in the last competition in which he/she has participated will only be considered). 1.7 Shooters will be eligible for award of medals only if their scores equal or exceed as per rule 1.4. 2. BOARDING/LODGING 2.1 It will be the responsibility of the shooters to make arrangements for their boarding and lodging wherever the Championship is held. However, the host State Association/Unit/Club may help in providing necessary Boarding and Lodging facilities as near to the Range as possible, provided the competitors intimate their requirement to the Organizing Committee well in time. 3. TRAVELING FACILITIES 3.1 Railway concession vouchers will be issued by NRAI, which will entitle a competitor to travel from his home Station to the place of competition at concession rate, as may be allowed by the Ministry of Railways from time to time. The necessary particulars in the entry form must be furnished for issue of these concession vouchers. 3.2 Team Officials accompanying the team are also eligible for this railway concession vouchers.

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1 The competitors are allowed practice on the Tournament Ranges as per the directions of the organizers. Cheques will not be accepted. 6. date of birth certificate (for juniors) and without entry fee and the recommendation of State/Unit will not be accepted.4. the Organizing Committee will decide the detail and lane number from which the competitor will shoot that particular match.6 All matches of similar nature will be fired concurrently but the entry fee shall be paid separately for each event. 6. photograph of competitor.1 NRAI/Organizers will provide no arms to the competitors. 6. 5.5 Entry forms should be typed or filled in block letters and must be completed in all respects.2 The required ammunition for practice and competitions will be provided against cash payment.8 Shooters furnishing wrong information regarding their previous participation and date of birth shall be debarred from taking in any championship for two years. 6.4 Entry fee is neither refundable nor adjustable or transferable from one match to another or from one shooter to another. two days before the inauguration of the Competition provided it does not disturb the schedule of the matches and the same is accepted by the Organizing Committee. These Entry forms duly completed along with necessary entry fees by cash or Demand Draft will be accepted up to the date as may be notified in the circular. ARMS/AMMUNITION 5. 6. These will be treated as late entries and will only be accepted with triple entry fee and on completion of formalities and subject to the availability of lanes.7 Shooters desirous of representing another state/unit must take a NOC from their parent State/unit.3 The late entry may however be accepted with three times the normal entry fee till 17. The quantity will be decided by NRAI from time to time. ENTRY APPLICATION FORM/ENTRY FEE 6.3 Imported ammunition will be supplied during National Championship/AIGVMSC for ISSF and National Rule matches. 4 . subject to availability of the same. according to the availability of stocks.00 hours. 5. SHOOTING PRACTICE 4. 6. 6.2 Incomplete entry form.1 Entry forms will be available from NRAI Office at Delhi. Competitors are requested not to arrive in the Camp before the due date of arrival as announced by the Organizers. to competitors on their competitor cards and valid arms license/special permit subject to the availability of ammunition. 5. All the State Rifle Associations/Units will register the names of shooters and will certify that the shooters being recommended for participation by them are duly registered with them. In case draw has been made for the match in whom the late entry has been accepted. without details regarding previous participation. 6.

9. etc. 9. time table. National Championship and Civilian Championship. 9.00 a. and to be present when their turn comes.m. Team leaders are held equally responsible to ensure that the competitor has only equipment and apparel.m. date and place of draw will be notified on the notice board. he will be disqualified. 7. 8. standing and kneeling. ORDER OF FIRE 3 POSITION MATCHES 8. the order of fire will be as laid down in ISSF rules. whose shooters fail to report in time unless the Organizing Committee feels that the delay was beyond his/her control. which meets the regulations.1 All devices or equipments which may facilitate shooting and which are not mentioned in these rules and regulations are forbidden.4 Allotment of details and lanes will be made in the name of State Associations/Units/Clubs and not on individuals. Personal from Services and Para-military forces who are in uniform or on pay roll or international medalist – in open category are allowed to take part only in National Championship matches as well as other matches specifically prescribed for them.6. SHOOTING 9. It is the responsibility of the competitors to be acquainted with the program.1 Matches will normally be held between 8. he will be penalized by deducting 2 points for each competition shot fired and will not be permitted to continue till the weapon and/or the equipment is checked. If a shooter begins the competition with an unapproved weapon and/or equipment. No refund of entry fee will be made. The responsibility shall be upon the competitor to submit questionable equipment and apparel for official inspection and approval in sufficient time prior the beginning of a match so that it is not inconvenient either to the competitor or the officials. The team manager must notify the names of the shooters who will be shooting in different details and lanes latest by 17. 7. Para-military forces exclude State Police and Home Guards.e.00 p. 7.9 In NSCC matches for men and women in rifle and pistol will be conducted in two categories i.1 In all three position matches.2 Drawing of lots wills normally do the allotment of details and firing points and the competitors shall abide by the Schedules so drawn.3 The time. 9. 7.00 hours on the day prior to the date of that particular match. ammunition equipment and apparel. 5 .2 The Firearms and Equipment Control Jury as well as Range jury shall have the right to examine a Competitors’ Firearms.3 Before the Competition. 7. At present it is prone. each firearm and other equipments must be examined and approved by Equipment Control Jury. No fresh lane will be allotted to the state in any further detail.” Junior international medalist will not be allowed to take part in the junior civilian matches. failing which their names will be struck off from the matches.4 If a shooter alters a weapon or equipment already checked before or during competition in any way that would conflict with ISSF/National Rules. to 6.5 Lane adjustment will be made in case if any lane goes vacant allotted to a state/unit. TIME SCHEDULE 7.

4 above subject to achieving the minimum qualifying scores during AIGVMSC.5 mm Open Sight Air Gun without any kind of alternation/changes in which air pressure is generated after compressed spring is released when trigger is squeezed. Seniors b. 10. 10. The grading of those securing above the qualifying marks will be done as usual.1 below will not be awarded any medal.5 Open Sight Air Rifle .5 No prize will be awarded in case of a single entry but organizers may award memento to the shooter.1 Any competitor who has exceeded the age of 21 years and 18 years as on 31st December of the year in which the Competition is conducted will not be eligible to enter any Match intended for juniors and youth respectively.4 The Individual prizes will be awarded as under: a) 3 prizes when there is a minimum of 4 shooters completed full course. Trigger pressure of such guns must be min 1000 gm. A proper birth certificate shall be produced with the entry forms by such junior and youth competitors.1 First three individual aggregate winners will be awarded Gold.6. whose score is less than the qualifying marks as prescribed for the relevant matches irrespective of their individual position.177/4. b) 2 prizes when there is a minimum of 3 shooters completed full course.6 Junior and Youth shooters are exempted from clause 10.2 First three team winners will be awarded Gold.2. 10. 500/600 490 6 . Juniors 11. PRIZES 10. 10.1 First three individual aggregate winners will be awarded Gold.” 10. Silver and Bronze BADGES respectively in Civilian Championship category matches. 10. c) 1 prize when there is a minimum of 2 shooters completed full course. Any original peep sight match gun converted to open sight will not be permitted even if it is spring and piston type in which air pressure is generated after compressed spring is released when trigger is squeezed.Indian make or foreign make Original “Out of Box” factory made . Silver and Bronze BADGES respectively in Civilian Championship category matches.7 Shooters participating in AIGVMSC to achieve the Minimum Qualifying Scores (MQS) as per rule 17.8 Shooters participating in Rapid Fire Pistol events may be given medals subject to achieving following scores during NSCC: a. Silver and Bronze Medals respectively in National Championship category matches. 10.9. 10.1 First three team winners will be awarded Gold. Silver and Bronze Medals respectively in National Championship category matches.1.3 Medals/Badges will not be awarded to those. AGE LIMIT 11. 10. 10.

6. ISSF Rules or Competition Program were not followed in conducting the competition.1.6.1 Any shooter or Team Official who does not agree with the action or decision taken on a verbal protest may protest in writing to the Jury.7 A shooter had irregularities regarding shooting times. 13. TARGET 12. 14. decision or action immediately and verbally to a Competition Official. 14. Referees.1. if the protest is upheld and will be retained by the Organizing Committee if it is lost. 14. RANGE DISCIPLINE 13. All written protests must be submitted not later than 30 minutes after the matter in question occurs and must be accompanied by a fee of Rs.1 All targets shall confirm strictly to the ISSF specifications in every respect unless otherwise stated and shall be provided by the Organizers. 14.1. the clarification of irregularities or other cause(s). 12. 14. Range officers and Jury members must consider verbal protests immediately. 2 WRITTEN PROTEST 14. 14. They may take immediate action to correct the situation or refer the protest to the full Jury for decision. 14.4 and 17.5 A shooter had a long interruption in shooting caused by equipment failure.1 Any shooter or team official has the right to protest a condition of the competition.1 The Competitors shall observe strict safety regulations and range discipline and shall not load or commence firing unless on the firing line and only when appropriate firing order is given by the Range Officer. PROTESTS AND APPEALS 14.11. including shooting times that were too short or the non-appearance of targets within the specified time.3 A shooter or team official does not agree with a decision or action by a competition official. referee range officer or Jury Member. Written protest may also be made without making a verbal protest. 14.4 and 17.1. and Spectator(s) member(s) of the media or other person(s) of causes(s). Veteran may also shoot in National Rule matches/National Championship/Civilians Champions matches. Referee. 200/-.1. The decision of the appropriate Jury shall be final in all such matters. 7 . a Range Officer or Jury Member may stop the shooting temporarily if necessary.1. competition official(s).8 Competition officials.1 VERBAL PROTEST 14.2 Persons above the age of 60 years can take part in veteran category matches subject to achieving scores as per rule 1.1.2 A shooter or team official considers that the ISSF Regulations.2. The protest fee will be returned. Such protests may be submitted on the following matters: 14. In such cases.4 A shooter was impeded or disturbed by other shooter(s). The competitors shall carry all weapons with bolts/actions open at all the times except on the firing line.6 Shooters were delayed by slow target marking or target changing or other unnecessary delay(s). Range Officer or Jury Member.1. subject to achieving the scores for seniors under rule 1.

1 There is no separate category for shooters from NCC or Home Guards. Shooters from Home Guards may participate through respective States where they are residing. 14. The concerned shooters can lodge scoring protest also. The fee along with protest will be returned. 15. by decision of the Jury of Appeal.1 The competitions will be conducted according to ISSF or National Rules and Regulations as applicable unless otherwise stated.14.3 When a Rule refers to right hand shooters. submit protests.3 Decision by the Classification Jury on value or number of shots on a target is final and may not be appealed. understand the competition rules of ISSF and NRAI and it is so presumed when he signs the competition entry form and shall agree to abide by the said Rules.per individual result must be paid to the Secretary. Shooters from these organizations can participate in categories for Civilians.4 Unless a rule applies specifically to a Men’s or Women’s event. 16. along with a protest fee of Rs.7 All shooters and team officials must be familiar with the program. 16. 14.2.2. Sighting targets will be raised 10 minutes before the start of the Competition. A protest fee of Rs. and be sole in charge of day-to-day affairs of the team concerned.2 All scoring protests must be submitted within 30 minutes after the official scores are posted on the main score board. ELIGIBILITY OF NCC CADETS/HOME GUARDS/MP’s/MLA’s 15. who will be responsible for the conduct of his Team members.3 the matter may be appealed to the Jury of Appeal in writing by the team leader or a representative within one hour after the Jury decision has been announced.2 Members of Parliament/Legislative Assembly including Ex-MPs/MLAs can participate in special category of . 16. if the appeal is upheld and will be retained by the Organizing Committee if the appeal is lost. 16. The decision of the Jury of Appeal is final. the reverse of that rule refers to left-handed shooters.22 Rifle Match for them. The time when the scoring protest time ends must be posted on the main score board.2. 16. 16. if any. 15.5 The shooters will be given 10 minutes preparation time before the competition starts.4 In the event of disagreement with a Jury decision except Rule 16.2 It is the responsibility of the competitor to be completely familiar. 8 . NRAI along with the protest.6 If a shooter arrives late for a competition. 14. GENERAL 16. 500/-.8 The participating State Associations/Units/Clubs should officially nominate a Team Manager.5 In special circumstances. unless his late attendance is due to circumstances beyond his control. The Team Manager or his/her authorized representative only will attend the Managers meetings. The entries of NCC cadets must be forwarded through DG NCC. In such cases the amount of extra time to be allowed will be decided by Jury and/or Range Officials. New Delhi. 16. he will not be allowed extra time.2. it must apply uniformly to both men’s’ and women’s events. The fee will be returned if the protest is upheld and retained by the Organizing Committee if the protest is lost. the time for submitting appeals to the Jury of Appeal may be extended up to 24 hours. 200/. 16.

16.16 A penalty of Rs.12 Wherever a reference is made to an article(s) in the rules.17 The shooters participating in shooting competitions should appear like sports persons and no unsporting clothing should be used by the shooters and they should come to the ranges/prize distribution with proper uniform.will be charged if a shooter looses his/her competitor card during the competition and fresh card will only be issued on deposit of penalty.per shooter in case their shooters score below 15% (for Rifles/Pistols/Shotguns) and 25% (for Open sight air rifles) of the qualifying score as per NRAI Match Book rule 1.14 No Certificates will be issued to shooters failing to achieve the qualifying scores as per rule 1.4 above during All India G V Mavlankar Shooting Championship. 17. it refers to the article(s) of the ISSF rules. SPECIAL RULES FOR NATIONAL SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS 17. However slight changes have been made to suit local conditions.9 These rules have been compiled and passed by the NRAI keeping in view of the latest Rules. 200/.2 The first 40 shots of the 60 shots in Big Bore rifles Prone event may be used as the 40 shots Prone stage of the Three Position Event.3 All the matches will be conducted in National Championship in Senior and Junior category.11 Not-with-standing ISSF Technical & General Rules. The following shall not be used by the shooters during shooting competitions: Chappals and sandles Jeans Sleeveless tops/mini skirts All type of pants and shorts with external pockets like cargo pants and shorts.13 In AIGVMSC shooters taking part in Peep Sight Matches are not allowed to take part in Open Sight Matches. 16. 17. 16. which are the main basis for the conduct of shooting competitions. shooter will appear in sport uniform of his state/unit track suits only.18 No shooter will be allowed to change clothing on the firing lines. The Secretary General may also call explanation of the unit/state for sending such shooters. 16. Shooters participating in AIGVMSC on the basis of their performance during any competition conducted by NRAI shall be exempted. 3000/. 16.1 Open Sight Rifles will not be permitted in any Small Bore and Big Bore Rifles ISSF matches. 16. NRAI Governing Body/Organizing Committee is empowered to modify/change/amend the rules and program of competition. In case of any verification in details given in ISSF Rules.15 The State Rifle Associations/Units will be imposed a penalty of Rs. by NRAI. as may be considered to suit local conditions from time to time. On victory stand. 16.16. the details given in these rules will prevail for all purposes.10 Modifications to ISSF Rules. The State/Unit must deposit the penalty amount with NRAI immediately otherwise shooters from that unit/state will not be allowed to participate in any competition conducted by NRAI. 16.4 during All India G V Mavlankar Shooting Championship. revision/amendment. These rules are to be read in conjunction with the ISSF rules. 17. wherever made are always open to change. 16. 9 .

17. the number of shots per competition target shall be one only. 10 . sighting shots (unlimited in number) may only be fired before the beginning of each match or position.17. Once the first match shot has been fired. 17. no further sighting shots are allowed unless permitted by Jury or Authority designated.4 Unless otherwise specified. Free Pistol and Air Pistol Matches.6 A shooter is eligible to compete in NSCC only if he/she has scored a minimum of following scores in respective events during the previous NSCC/National Games/AIGVMSC.5 In ISSF Rifle.

Men Rapid Fire Pistol RIFLE-AIGVMSC Free/Sport Rifle – Prone 3P Air Rifle-Peep Sight BB Prone BB 3P BB Std Rifle 3P PISTOL-AIGVMSC Free Pistol Centre Fire Pistol Standard Pistol Air Pistol M/W Sport Pistol TRAP/SKEET (ISSF) DOUBLE TRAP TRAP/SKEET (NR) DOUBLE TRAP (NR) 870 425 490 530 520 540 500 560 530 375 475 435 425 348 525 546 520 375 440 410 - 480 520 500 525 338 500 525 490 540/530 505 365 - 515 330 358/358 - 4 3 504 3 245 265 260 360 90/125 100/150 33/50 30/50 348 262 30/75 36/120 20/50 18/50 240 260 250 350/338 262/250 75/125-MEN 30/75-WOMEN 75/150-MEN 36/120-WOMEN 30/50-MEN 20/50-WOMEN 22/50-MEN 15/50-WOMEN 343/330 - 324 11 . GAMES Free/Sport – Prone 3Position Air Rifle M/W RIFLE –BIG BORE QUALIFYING SCORE – MEN WOMEN/ JUNIORS/VETERANS M/W YOUTH M/W HANDI M 560 1060 562 475 546 520 375 440 410 - 540/ 530 1010/ 505 547/ 365 - 536/358 - 504 505 Prone 3 Position Std Rifle 3 P PISTOL-NSCC/ NATIONAL GAMES Free Pistol Centre Fire Pistol Standard Pistol Air Pistol M Air Pistol Women Sports Pistol Women Sports Pistol Jr.EVENT RIFLE-NSCC/N.

1.) 17.6. 3 Prizes when there is a minimum of 4 teams 2 Prizes when there is a minimum of 3 teams 1 Prize when there is a minimum of 2 teams No prize where there is only 1 team. this clause does not apply to international shooters.6 18.1 will not be awarded any medal. Shooters participating for the first time in NSCC and fail to achieve the qualifying scores as above will have to go back to AIGVMSC to get the qualifying scores) 17. 12 . if necessary. 18.6 & 17. d.7 shall be debarred from taking part in any championship for two years.2 All affiliated State Rifle Associations/units must send team entry fee also for matches in which they intend to field a team along with the entry form under rule 6. If he fails to qualify in Rapid Fire Pistol and other 25M events. 18. the shooter must participate in AIGVMSC to qualify for the Pistol event. 18.3 If after the final entry any of the three shooters of a team withdraws from the team for any reason whatsoever after the commencement of the match the entire team will be scratched. 17.7.6 of NRAI Match Book may shoot senior event also.6 above.6 during NSCC are not eligible to take part in the next AIGVMSC.1 Team medals/Badges may be awarded as under: a. All shooters representing a team should enter in the respective individual events also.8 Anybody who had qualified. (Clarification: Performance in the last competition in which he/she has participated will only be considered.11 Shooters will be eligible for award of medals only if their scores equal or exceed as per rule 17.6 of NRAI Match Book in Rapid Fire Pistol event or in any 25M Pistol events. will be allowed to compete in NSCC provided his/her absence is not more than TWO NSCCs. 17.1 In case a shooter fails to achieve the qualifying scores as per rule 17. b.10 Shooters furnishing wrong information with regard to rule 17. 18.7 A shooter may participate in Rapid Fire Pistol event if he qualifies in at least one 25M event in AIGVMSC. He may continue to shoot Rapid Fire Pistol in NSCC if he shoots the minimum score as per rule 17.9 Shooters achieving scores as per rule 17.6. he/she will be allowed to participate in the next NSCC based on his/her performance during the preceding NSCC.2 A team shall consist of three shooters and one reserve. 17.1. TEAM REPRESENTATION 18. However. (Explanation: Scores achieved during 47 NSCC will also be valid for 49 NSCC even if a shooter fails to achieve the scores during 48 NSCC.6.17. but was not able to take part in the previous NSCCs in ISSF events. 17.1 A junior shooter who qualifies as per rule 17. 17.2 Shooters participating in AIGVMSC to achieve the Minimum Qualifying Scores (MQS) as per rule 17. c.1 Team events will be conducted only in respect of matches against whom a specific remark to that effect is made.1. Disciplinary action shall also be taken against the official signing the entry form.

8 Only one team from each state/unit will be allowed in each event irrespective of the number of participants in that event. 18. After completion of the finals of the Air Rifle Men & Women. Only scores shot in the finals [10 shots] will be considered. 18. accessories etc.00 hrs. equipment. 18.18. 18. to arrive at top 8 placings. which meet the ISSF regulations and rules.7 Final entry of three members of the team must be submitted latest by 17. 18. EQUIPMENT AND AMMUNITION 19. Team leaders are held equally responsible for the shooters to have equipment and apparel. not representing their State. The shooter is responsible for submitting all equipment and apparel for official inspection and approval to the equipment control prior to the beginning of a competition. 19. Once they have represented the State Rifle Association. Only aggregate of the 10 shots of the finals will be considered for selecting the 8 shooters who have the highest aggregate score in the finals will participate in the Champion of Champions. each state/unit is allowed to enter a maximum of two teams in each event irrespective of the number of participants in that event.6 No competitor shall represent as a reserve of different teams in any one event. 13 . is prohibited. the 16 finalists (8 Men & 8 Women) will be considered for entry into the Champion of Champion.5 The shooters can represent their respective States only. which comply with ISSF Rules. devices.) which may give a shooter an advantage over others and which is not mentioned in these Rules or which is contrary to the spirit of the ISSF regulations and rules.1 CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS – AIR RIFLE Criteria for Selection Top 8 shooters from amongst 16 finalists of Air Rifle men and women’s event will be considered. 18. The Jury has the right to examine a shooter’s equipment and apparel at any time. 20.4 Shooters of the same State/Units can form teams only. Association/directly affiliated Clubs.10 Shooters participating on WILD CARD entry are not allowed to be a member of the team in Open or Civilian Category matches. they will not be allowed to represent as a member of NRAI in any other match and vice-versa. For the purpose of this competition only the scores of the 10 shots of the finals will be taken into account and 8 shooters who have the best/highest scores amongst 16 (Men & Women) of the finals will enter the said competition. Anything (rifles. when.9 In Civilian category matches. Shooters shall use only equipment and apparel. Members of NRAI can also form a team.1. CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS 20. on the previous day of the start of that particular match. In case where no State Association exists members of different clubs in the State directly affiliated to NRAI may join and form team.

the shooters score will be announced & noted. 14 . On completion of the 6th shot again the aggregates of 6 shots will be considered and the shooter with the lowest aggregate score of 6 shots will be eliminated. On completion of the 5th shot the shooter with the lowest aggregate score of the 5 shots will be eliminated.PROCEDURE FOR THE CONDUCT OF “THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS” Rules for conduct of the competition are the same as the finals of any Air Weapon event. Only aggregate of the 10 shots of the finals will be considered for selecting the 8 shooters who have the highest aggregate score in the finals will participate in the Champion of Champions. All 8 participants selected on basis as above will start with a NIL/ZERO scores. This will continue until the 10th shot. SHOOTER WITH HIGHER AGGREGATE OF 3 SHOTS WILL BE DECLARED “THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS” – Air Rifle 20. SHOT – 7 6 Shooters th After 7 shot-aggregate of 7 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated SHOT 8 5 Shooters th After 8 shot-aggregate of 8 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated SHOT 9 4 Shooters th After 9 shot-aggregate of 9 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated SHOT 10 3 Shooters After 10th shot-aggregate of 10 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated ALL SCORES ARE AGAIN NULLIFIED 2 SHOOTERS WHO SURVIVE WILL SHOOT 3 & SCORES ARE ANNOUNCED & NOTED.” SHOT 1 – 5 8 Shooters th After 5 shot-aggregate of 5 shot-shooter with the lowest aggregate eliminated. SHOT 6 7 Shooters th After 6 shot-aggregate of 6 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated. All eight shooters shoot the 1st five shots as shot in any air weapon finals. These 2 shooters will shoot 3 more shots and the aggregate of these 3 shots only will decide “The Champion of Champion. there will be two shooters who will survive.2 CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS – AIR PISTOL Criteria for Selection Top 8 shooters from amongst 16 finalists of Air Pistol men and women’s event will be considered. On the completion of the 10th shot and after eliminating the shooter with the lowest score. After completion of each shot. The 6th shot will be shot by the balance 7 shooters.

On completion of the 6th shot again the aggregates of 6 shots will be considered and the shooter with the lowest aggregate score of 6 shots will be eliminated. All 8 participants selected on basis as above will start with a NIL/ZERO scores. the 16 finalists (8 Men & 8 Women) will be considered for entry into the Champion of Champion. For the purpose of this competition only the scores of the 10 shots of the finals will be taken into account and 8 shooters who have the best/highest scores amongst 16 (Men & Women) of the finals will enter the said competition. The 6th shot will be shot by the balance 7 shooters. On completion of the 5th shot the shooter with the lowest aggregate score of the 5 shots will be eliminated.” SHOT 1 – 5 8 Shooters After 5th shot-aggregate of 5 shot-shooter with the lowest aggregate eliminated. PROCEDURE FOR THE CONDUCT OF “THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS” Rules for conduct of the competition are the same as the finals of any Air Weapon event. These 2 shooters will shoot 3 more shots and the aggregate of these 3 shots only will decide “The Champion of Champion. SHOT 6 7 Shooters After 6th shot-aggregate of 6 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated. On the completion of the 10th shot and after eliminating the shooter with the lowest score. the shooters score will be announced & noted. This will continue until the 10th shot.Only scores shot in the finals [10 shots] will be considered. SHOOTER WITH HIGHER AGGREGATE OF 3 SHOTS WILL BE DECLARED “THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS” – Air Pistol 15 . SHOT – 7 6 Shooters After 7th shot-aggregate of 7 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated SHOT 8 5 Shooters After 8th shot-aggregate of 8 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated SHOT 9 4 Shooters After 9th shot-aggregate of 9 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated SHOT 10 3 Shooters After 10th shot-aggregate of 10 shots-shooter with lowest aggregate eliminated ALL SCORES ARE AGAIN NULLIFIED 2 SHOOTERS WHO SURVIVE WILL SHOOT 3 SHOTS & SCORES ARE ANNOUNCED & NOTED. there will be two shooters who will survive. to arrive at top 8 placing. After completion of the finals of the Air Pistol Men & Women. After completion of each shot. All eight shooters shoot the 1st five shots as shot in any air weapon finals.

16 . IMPORT OF ARMS/AMMUNITION 21.21.6 above will not be allowed to import any arms/ammunition.1 Shooters who fail to achieve the minimum qualifying scores as state under 17.

DETAIL OF MATCHES 17 .

MATCHES FOR ALL INDIA G V MAVLANKAR SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP 18 .

Small Bore Sport Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Handicapped Women Match No. 15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 03 50M Rs. A-09 . A-04 .Small Bore Free Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Veterans Men Individual Match No. A-07 . 19 .Small Bore Sport Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Women Individual Match No.Small Bore Free Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Men Individual Match No. A-01 & A-04.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-02 . A-08 .Small Bore Free Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No. A-06 . A-01 . A-11 . A-05 .Small Bore Sport Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Veterans Women Individual Match No.Small Bore Sport Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Junior women Individual Match No. Open Sight Rifles are not allowed in this Match.Small Bore Free Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Handicapped Men Match No.Small Bore Free/Sport Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M for MQS 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee 60 Unlimited 1 Hrs. A-03 .Match No. A-10 . 450/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Small Bore Free Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Men (Services only) Individual Match No.Small Bore Free Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men Individual Match No.

Open Sight Rifles are not allowed in this Match.Small Bore Free Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Men Individual Match No.Match No.A-12. A-16 .Small Bore Sport Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Women Individual Match No. A-12 & A15.Small Bore Sport Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Junior women Individual Match No. A-14 . A-13 .Small Bore Free/Sport Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M for MQS 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 20 Standing 20 Kneeling 20 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (two in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual 60 2 3 4 5 6 Unlimited 2 Hrs. A-15 . A-17 . A-18 . 15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 06 50M Rs.Small Bore Free Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Men (Services only) Individual Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. 20 .Small Bore Free Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No. 450/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Small Bore Free Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men Individual Match No.

22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Men (Services only) Individual Match No.. A-21 . A-19 . A-16 and A-19.. A-17 .22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Junior Women Individual 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee 60 Unlimited 1 Hrs.22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Men Individual Match No.22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men Individual Match No. 21 . A-16 . 15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 03 50M Rs...9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-18 ..22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No.22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) Championship 50M Women Individual Match No.. 450/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Match No. A-20 .

A-25 ...22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men Individual Match No. A-27 .9 are not allowed to take part in Match No.. 22 .Match No. A-26 .22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Women Individual Match No.22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Men Individual Match No.22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Men (Services only) Individual Match No. 15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 06 50M Rs..22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No. A-24 .. A-23 . 450/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6..22 Open Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 50M Junior Women Individual 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 20 Standing 20 Kneeling 20 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (two in each position) Distance Entry Fee 60 2 3 4 5 6 Unlimited 2 Hrs. A-22 . A-22 and A-25.

177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Veterans Individual Match No. A-38 .. A-32 . 15mts 10M ISSF One 40 03 10M Rs.Small Bore Free/Standard Rifle (NR) MPs/MLAs Championship 50M Individual 23 .177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Men (Services only) Individual Match No.177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Men Individual Match No. A-28 and A-31.177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Junior Women Individual Match No. A-39 .177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M For Handicapped Women Match No. A-33 .177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Youth Women Individual Match No.177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M For MQS 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Sub Juniors 40 Unlimited 1 Hrs. A-35 . A-30 ... A-36 .. A-40 .Match No..300/Rs. Match No.177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M For Handicapped Men Match No.177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Junior Men Individual Match No.. A-28 .9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-37 .177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Youth Men Individual Match No. A-34 .... A-31 ..200/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6...177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No. A-29 .177 Peep Sight Air Rifle (NR) Championship 10M Women Individual Match No.

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Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee

30 Unlimited 1 Hrs. 15mts 50M ISSF One 30 01 50M Rs. 250/-

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Match No. A-41 - Centre Fire Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Men Individual Match No. A-42 - Centre Fire Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Men (Services only) Individual Match No. A-43- Centre Fire Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Men Individual Match No. A-44 - Centre Fire Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No. A-45 - Centre Fire Pistol (NR) Championship 25M for MQS
Parts of the Match & Course: 1. The program is 30 of competition shots. 2. The competition is divided into two courses of 15 shots each. 3. First the Precision Course, and second: The Dueling Course. 4. The precision course must be completed by competitor before dueling course may begin. 1. Precision Course I. The Precision Course is shot on the International Precision Target. II. The Precision Course consists of 15 competition shots fired in three series of 5 shots each series. III. The time limit for each series is 5 (five) minutes. IV. Before the course begins, a series of 5 sighting shots may be fired with a time limit of 5 (Five) minutes. V. Targets & Distance (Precision Course) A. Type - ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) B. Total Number of Targets required: Record 3 Sighting 1 C. Distance 25M 2. Dueling Course I. The Dueling Course is shot on the International Rapid Fire Target. II. The Dueling Course consists of 15 competition shots fired in 3 series of 5 shots each. III. Time for Dueling Course: a. During each series of 5 shots, each shot shall be fired within 3 seconds with 7 seconds interval between each shot. The shooter is not permitted to raise his arm from 45 degrees to the vertical until the command for fire is given. The arm shall be lowered to 45 degrees after each shot b. In case of turning target during each series the target is shown 5 times, each time for 3 seconds. The time between each appearance shall be 7 seconds in the edge on position. One shot only will be fired during each appearance. IV. Target & Distance for Dueling Course 1. The International Rapid Fire Target is used for Dueling Course. 2. Total number of targets required for the complete match Record & sighting 3. Distance 4. Entry Fee (Individual)

01 25M Rs. 450/-

Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-41 and A-43.

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Match No. A-46 - Sports Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Women Individual Match No. A-47 - Sports Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Women Individual Match No. A-48 - Sports Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Men Individual Match No. A-49 - Sports Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Men Individual (Services) Match No. A-50 - Sports Pistol (NR) Championship 25M for MQS
Parts of the Match & Course: 1. The program is 30 of competition shots. 2. The competition is divided into two courses of 15 shots each. 3. First the Precision Course, and second: The Dueling Course. 4. The precision course must be completed by competitor before dueling course may begin. 1. Precision Course I. The Precision Course is shot on the International Precision Target. II. The Precision Course consists of 15 competition shots fired in three series of 5 shots each series. III. The time limit for each series is 5 (five) minutes. IV. Before the course begins, a series of 5 sighting shots may be fired with a time limit of 5 (Five) minutes. V. Targets & Distance (Precision Course) A. Type - ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) B. Total Number of Targets required: Record 3 Sighting 1 C. Distance 25M 2. Dueling Course I. The Dueling Course is shot on the International Rapid Fire Target. II. The Dueling Course consists of 15 competition shots fired in three series of 5 shots each. III. Time for Dueling Course: a. During each series of 5 shots, each shot shall be fired within 3 seconds with 7 seconds interval between each shot. The shooter is not permitted to raise his arm from 45 degrees to the vertical until the command for fire is given. The arm shall be lowered to 45 degrees after each shot. b. In case of turning target during each series the target is shown 5 times, each time for 3 seconds. The time between each appearance shall be 7 seconds in the edge on position. One shot only will be fired during each appearance. IV. Target & Distance for Dueling Course 1. The International Rapid Fire Target is used for Dueling Course. 2.Total number of targets required for the complete match Record and sighting 3. Distance 4. Entry Fee (Individual)

02 25M Rs. 450/-

Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-48.

Match No. A-51 - Standard Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Men Individual
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The second course consists of 2 series of 5 shots with a time of 20 sec. 3. Match No. 2. III. a series of 5 sighting shots may be fired within a time limit of 150 sec. Number of rounds to be fired on each target .Standard Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Men (Services only) Individual Match No.Standard Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Men Individual Match No. per series. Distance E. Type . A-56 . 450/- Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. c. A-55 . per series. Each course consists of 2 series of 5 shots: a. per series. b.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. Parts of the Match & Course: 1.Match No. Targets & Distance A. The program is of 30 competition shots.ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) B. The Standard Pistol Match is shot on the international Precision Target. Before the competition begins. The third course consists of 2 series of 5 shots with a time of 10 sec. A-52 .Free Pistol (NR) Championship 50M Men Individual 27 . Entry Fee (Individual) 6 1 25M Rs. A-51 & A53. 4. A-53 . A-54 .Standard Pistol (NR) Championship 25M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No.Standard Pistol (NR) Championship 25M for MQS I. Total Number of Targets required: Record Sighting D. II. The competition is divided into 3 courses of 10 shots each. The first course consists of 2 series of 5 shots with a time of 150 sec.Five C.

Free Pistol (NR) Championship 50M for MQS I. Total Number of Targets required: Record Sighting v. Entry Fee (Individual) 6 1 50M Rs. A-58 . The program is of 30 competition shots.Match No. ii. Number of rounds to be fired on each target . A-60 . 450/- Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. A56 and A58. Type – ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) ii. iv. consisting of and scored as 3 series of 10 shots. Number of sighting shots . A-59 . Distance vi. Number of shots & time: i.Five iii. 28 . Targets & Distance I.Free Pistol (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men Individual (Services) Match No. The total time limit.Free Pistol (NR) Championship 50M Junior Men Individual Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. II.Free Pistol (NR) Championship 50M Men Individual (Services) Match No.Unlimited. A-57 . including the sighting shots is 1 hours.

Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Youth Men Individual Match No. A-61 – Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Men Individual Match No. A-69 .Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M for MQS 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Sub Juniors 40 Unlimited 1 Hrs. Match No. A-67 . A-65 -Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Junior Men (Services only) Individual Match No. A-73 .Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Women Individual Match No. A61 and A64.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Men (Individual) 29 . A-71 .Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Handicapped Women Individual Match No. A-66 . A-72 . A-62 . A-68 .300/Rs.Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Junior Women Individual Match No.Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Men (Services only) Individual Match No.Match No.Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Youth Women Individual Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-64 -Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Junior Men Individual Match No. 15mts 10M ISSF One 40 02 10M Rs.200/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Veterans Individual Match No.Air Pistol (NR) Championship 10M Handicapped Men Individual Match No. A-63 . A-70 .

First Day b. a.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-77 .Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Women (Individual) (NR) Championship Women (NR) Championship Junior Match No. 650/.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Services only (Individual) Match No. Distance behind Trap 5.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting (Individual) Match No. A-78 . Number of shots permitted on each target Two 7. A-79 .Match No. Second Day 25 Birds 25 Birds (Each round to be of 25 birds) 2. 30 . Throw Five Six in one squad As per ISSF rules As per ISSF 6. A-73 and A-75. Station 3. A-75 .individual Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. A-74 . Number of birds: 50 birds to be fired in two days. A-76 .Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Junior Men (Individual) Match No.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting (NR) Championship for MQS 1. Entry Fee Rs.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Veterans only (Individual) Match No. Number of competitors: 4.

9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-83 . Station 3.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Junior Women (Individual) Match No. 31 .Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Services only (Individual) (NR) Championship Match No. A-84 . A-80 and A-82. A-81 . Number of shots permitted On each target One 7. Number of birds: 2. A-85 . Five Six in one squad As per ISSF rules Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Women (Individual) (NR) Championship Match No. Distance behind Trap 5. 650/. A-80 .individual 50 birds to be fired in one day.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Veterans only (Individual) Match No.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Junior Men (Individual) Match No. Number of competitors: 4. A-82 .Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting (NR) Championship for MQS 1.Match No. A-86 . Entry Fee Rs.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting (NR) Championship Men (Individual) Match No.

A-87 .Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Women (Individual) (NR) Championship Women (NR) Championship Junior Match No. Number of birds: a. A-88 . 3. A-93 . Number of competitors: One squad of not more than seven shooters.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting (NR) Championship Services only (Individual) Match No. A-91 . Second Day 50 birds to be fired in two days. Entry Fee As per ISSF Rs. 25 Birds 25 Birds (Each round to be of 25 birds) 2. A-90 . Throw 5. First Day b. A-87 and A-89.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting (Individual) (NR) Championship Men Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting (NR) Championship Veterans only (Individual) Match No.Match No. 32 .9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-89 . Number of shots permitted on each target One 4.individual Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting (NR) Championship for MQS 1. A-92 . 650/.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting (NR) Championship Junior Men (Individual) Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting (Individual) Match No.

9 are not allowed to take part in Match No.Match No. 1000/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. 33 . A-94 -Big Bore Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship Men Individual Match No. A-94. A-96 -Big Bore Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship Women Individual 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee 60 Unlimited 1. A-95 -Big Bore Open Sight Standard Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship Men (Services only) Individual Match No.15 Hrs 300M ISSF 10 06 01 300M Rs.

A-98 -Big Bore Peep Sight Free Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship Men (Services only) Individual Match No. 34 . 1000/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-100 -Big Bore Peep Sight Free/Standard Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship for MQS 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee 60 Unlimited 1.Match No.15 Hrs 300M ISSF 10 06 01 300M Rs. A-97 -Big Bore Peep Sight Free Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship Men Individual Match No. A-97. A-99 -Big Bore Peep Sight Sports Rifle Prone (NR) 300M Championship Women Individual Match No.

1000/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. A-101. 15 mts 300M ISSF Ten 06 03 300M Rs.Big Bore Free Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 300M (Services only) Individual Match No.Match No.Big Bore Free/Sports Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship for MQS 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 20 Standing 20 Kneeling 20 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (one in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual 60 2 3 4 5 6 Unlimited 2 Hrs. A-104 . A-101 .Big Bore Peep Sight Sports Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 300M Women Individual Match No. A-103 .Big Bore Free Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 300M Men Individual Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. A-102 . 35 .

8 are not allowed to take part in Match No. 15 mts 300M ISSF Ten 06 03 300M Rs. A-106 . A-105.Big Bore Peep Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 300M (Services only) Individual Match No.Big Bore Peep Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship 300M Men Individual Match No. 36 . A-107 .Big Bore Free Peep Sight Standard Rifle Three Position (NR) Championship for MQS 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 20 Standing 20 Kneeling 20 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (one in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual 60 2 3 4 5 6 Unlimited 2 Hrs.Match No. A-105 . 1000/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.

MATCHES FOR NATIONAL SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS 37 .

N-03 -50M Rifle Three Position Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-02 -50M Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 15 Mts 1 Hr.Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N-04 -50M Rifle Three Position Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 40 Standing 40 Kneeling 40 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Prone Standing Kneeling Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (Four in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 120 2 3 Unlimited 45 Mts 1 Hr. N02 & N04 38 . N-01 -50M Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 50M ISSF One 120 012 50M 900/500/- 4 5 6 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.

N-07 .50M Rifle Three Position Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. 15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 12 50M Rs. N-06 -50M Rifle Three Position Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N06 & N08 39 . 600/Rs.Match No. N-08 .50M Rifle Three Position Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 20 Standing 20 Kneeling 20 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (Four in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 2 3 4 5 6 Unlimited 2 Hrs. N-05 .50M Rifle Three Position Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 04 50M Rs. N-10 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-11 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.Match No. N-13 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship HANDICAPPED Men (Individual) Match No. 600/Rs. N-12 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N10 & N12 40 . N-14 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship Veterans Men (Individual) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 Unlimited 1 Hrs. N-09 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

N-16 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-15 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N-17 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-19 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) National Championship HANDICAPPED (Individual) Match No. N-20 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) National Championship Veterans (Individual) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 Unlimited 1 Hrs. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N-18 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N16 & N18 41 . 600/Rs. 15 mts 50M ISSF One 60 04 50M Rs.

45mts 10M ISSF One 60 04 10M Rs. N-25 -10M Rifle Youth Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N22 & N24 42 . N-26 -10M Rifle Veterans Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No. 350/Rs. N-21 -10M Rifle Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-27 -10M Rifle Handicapped Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 Unlimited 1 Hrs.Match No. N-22 -10M Rifle Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-24 -10M Rifle Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N-23 -10M Rifle Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

N-30 -10M Rifle Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 350/Rs. 15mts 10M ISSF One 40 04 10M Rs. N-34 -10M Rifle Handicapped Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 40 Unlimited 1 Hrs. N29 & N31 43 . N-32 -10M Rifle Youth Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-29 -10M Rifle Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No.Match No. N-31 -10M Rifle Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-28 -10M Rifle Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N-33-10M Rifle Veterans Women (ISSF) National Championship Individual) Match No.

Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N-36 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 2. The International Rapid Fire Target is used for the Rapid Fire Match. two in 4 sec. the competitor may fire one sighting series of five shots in 8. 6. Entry Fee (Individual) Rs. one shot is fired on each of five targets in the specified time limit for the series. two in 6 sec. N-38 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) A. The Rapid Fire Match is shot on the International Rapid Fire Targets.. Total number of targets required for the complete match Record and sighting 10 3. N-35 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. in each series. Parts of the Match & Course: 1. two in 8 sec.6 or 4 Sec. The first course of 30 shots must be completed by all competitors before the second course may commence. The program is of 60 competition shots. 600/(Team) Rs. Each course is subdivided into six (6) series of 5 shots each. 4. 2. Distance 25M C. The competition is divided into two courses of 30 shots each.500/- Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. Target & Distance 1. Before the beginning of each course. B. 3. N36 & N38 44 .. N-37 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 5.

N-42 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Parts of the Match & Course: 4. The shooter is not permitted to raise his arm from 45 degrees to the vertical until the command for fire is given. Total Number of Targets required: Record 6 Sighting 1 C.Match No. The program is 60 of competition shots. III. Targets & Distance (Precision Course) A. In case of turning target during each series the target is shown 5 times. The precision course must be completed by all competitors before dueling course may begin. Type . The Precision Course consists of 30 competition shots fired in six series of 5 shots each series. 5. a series of 5 sighting shots may be fired with a time limit of 5 (Five) minutes. V. IV. and second: The Dueling Course. The time between each appearance shall be 7 seconds in the edge on position. II. Distance 25M 4. The competition is divided into two courses of 30 shots each. 3. N-39 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. The Dueling Course consists of 30 competition shots fired in 6 series of 5 shots each. II. The arm shall be lowered to 45 degrees after each shot b. Time for Dueling Course: a. One shot only will be fired during each appearance. each time for 3 seconds. First the Precision Course. each shot shall be fired within 3 seconds with 7 seconds interval between each shot. Target & Distance for Dueling Course 45 . The Dueling Course is shot on the International Rapid Fire Target. 4. Before the course begins. Dueling Course I. N-41 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. The time limit for each series is 5 (five) minutes. Precision Course I. 6. N-40 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) B. The Precision Course is shot on the International Precision Target. IV. During each series of 5 shots. III.

600/(Team) Rs. Entry Fee (Individual) Rs. Distance 25M C. Total number of targets required for the complete match Record and sighting 02 3. 2. The International Rapid Fire Target is used for Dueling Course.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N40 & N42 46 . 500/Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.1.

Match No. First the Precision Course. N-47 – 25M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. The arm shall be lowered to 45 degrees after each shot. N-45 – 25M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. III. The Precision Course is shot on the International Precision Target. The Dueling Course is shot on the International Rapid Fire Target. The shooter is not permitted to raise his arm from 45 degrees to the vertical until the command for fire is given. Type . IV. N-48 – 25M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Parts of the Match & Course: 1. Before the course begins. Distance 25M 2. Precision Course I. 2. III. V. II. Targets & Distance (Precision Course) A. N-43 – 25M Pistol Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. a series of 5 sighting shots may be fired with a time limit of 5 (Five) minutes. The time limit for each series is 5 (five) minutes. The competition is divided into two courses of 30 shots each. During each series of 5 shots. The Dueling Course consists of 30 competition shots fired in 6 series of 5 shots each. N-46 – 25M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-44 – 25M Pistol Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 1. The precision course must be completed by all competitors before dueling course may begin. 3. each shot shall be fired within 3 seconds with 7 seconds interval between each shot. II.ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) B. The program is 60 of competition shots. The Precision Course consists of 30 competition shots fired in six series of 5 shots each series. 47 . Total Number of Targets required: Record 6 Sighting 1 C. Time for Dueling Course: a. Dueling Course I. and second: The Dueling Course. 4.

N44. In case of turning target during each series the target is shown 5 times. IV.b. 600/(Team) Rs. 500/Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N46 & N48 48 . Distance 25M 4. Entry Fee (Individual) Rs. Total number of targets required for the complete match Record and sighting 02 3.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. The International Rapid Fire Target is used for Dueling Course. One shot only will be fired during each appearance. The time between each appearance shall be 7 seconds in the edge on position. Target & Distance for Dueling Course 1. each time for 3 seconds. 2.

Total Number of Targets required: Record Sighting C. 2. a series of 5 sighting shots may be fired within a time limit of 150 sec.ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) B. per series. 600/Rs. Entry Fee (Individual) (Team) 12 1 25M Rs. The competition is divided into 3 courses of 20 shots each. The second course consists of 4 series of 5 shots with a time of 20 sec. 3. N-51 – 25M Standard Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. c. 4. The Standard Pistol Match is shot on the international Precision Target. N-50 – 25M Standard Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. III. 500/- Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. per series. The third course consists of 4 series of 5 shots with a time of 10 sec.Five C. per series. N50 & N52 49 . Parts of the Match & Course: 1. The first course consists of 4 series of 5 shots with a time of 150 sec. The program is of 60 competition shots. N-52 – 25M Standard Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) I. Before the competition begins. Type .9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. Distance D. Targets & Distance A. Each course consists of 4 series of 5 shots: a. N-49 – 25M Standard Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Number of rounds to be fired on each target .Match No. II. b.

Type – ISSF Free Pistol Target (25/50 Precision Pistol Target) ii.Five iii. The total time limit. Targets & Distance I. The program is of 60 competition shots. N-55 – 50M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Number of sighting shots . consisting of and scored as 6 series of 10 shots. Entry Fee (Individual) (Team) 12 02 50M Rs. Number of shots & time: i. ii. Total Number of Targets required: Record Sighting v.Unlimited. N-56 – 50M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) I. N-53 – 50M Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. including the sighting shots is 2 hours. 54 & N56 50 .Match No. 600/Rs. iv. N-54 – 50M Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Number of rounds to be fired on each target . II. Distance vi.

Match No. N-60 -10M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-59 -10M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N58 & N60 51 . 45mts 10M ISSF One 60 04 10M Rs. 350/Rs. N-57 -10M Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-61 -10M Pistol Youth Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-63 -10M Pistol Handicapped Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 Unlimited 1 Hrs. N-58 -10M Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-62 -10M Pistol Veterans Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No.

350/Rs. N-66 -10M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-69 -10M Pistol Veterans Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No. N-65 -10M Pistol Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 15mts 10M ISSF One 40 04 10M Rs. N-67 -10M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-70 -10M Championship (Individual) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pistol Handicapped Women (ISSF) National 7 8 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 40 Unlimited 1 Hrs. N-68 -10M Pistol Youth Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N-64 -10M Pistol Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Match No. N65 & N67 52 .9 are not allowed to take part in Match No.

Second Day 75 Birds 50 Birds (Each round to be of 25 birds) 2. Entry Fee Rs.per team 53 .Match No.individual & Rs. 2500/.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Number of Competitors: 4. N-71 . N-73 . N-72 . Station 3.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Throw Five Six in one squad As per ISSF rules. a. Number of shots permitted on each target Two 6. 5. Number of birds: 125 birds to be fired in two days. 500/. First Day b.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Veterans Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1.

Throw Five Six in one squad As per ISSF rules. N-74 . 5.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Number of shots permitted on each target Two 6.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Match No. Number of birds: 75 birds to be fired in one day. N-75 .per team 54 . 2500/. Station 3. 500/. Entry Fee Rs. Number of Competitors: 4.individual & Rs. N-76 .Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Veteran Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1. (Each round to be of 25 birds) 2.

Number of birds: 150 birds to be fired in one day. (Each round to be of 50 birds) 2.Match No. 500/. Entry Fee Rs. Number of Competitors: 4. 2500/.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Veteran Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1. N-78 .per team 55 .individual & Rs. Station 3. Throw Five Six in one squad As per ISSF rules. N-79 . 5.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-77 . Number of shots permitted on each target One 6.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

Number of shots permitted on each target One 6. Number of birds: 120 birds to be fired in one day.Match No.per team 56 . 5.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Veteran Women (ISSF) Championship (Individual) 1. Station 3. N-80 . Entry Fee Rs. N-81 . Throw Five Six in one squad As per ISSF rules.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. (Each round to be of 40 birds) 2.individual & Rs. Number of Competitors 4.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 2500/. 500/. N-82 .

Second Day 75 Birds 50 Birds (Each round to be of 25 birds) 2. N-83 . 3.individual & Rs. N-85 . Entry Fee Rs.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. a. Number of birds: 125 birds to be fired in two days. Number of shots permitted on each target One 4. Number of Competitors: One squad of not more than seven shooters. 2500/. First Day b. 500/.Match No.per team 57 .Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Veteran Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 1. N-84 .Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

Number of birds: 75 birds to be fired in one day. N-86.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. Number of Competitors: 3.per team 58 . Entry Fee Rs. Number of shots permitted on each target One 4. (Each round to be of 25 birds) One squad of not more than seven shooters. N-87 . 2. 2500/. N-88 .individual & Rs.Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Veteran Women (ISSF) Championship (Individual) 1. 500/.

15 Hrs K 1 Hr 10 minutes change over time 300M ISSF Ten 12 03 300M 1000/500/- Note: Minimum change over time between positions. N-89 -300M Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.15 minutes is allowed.Match No.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. 4 5 6 Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (0ne in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N-90 -300M Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 40 Standing 40 Kneeling 40 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Prone Standing Kneeling 120 2 3 Unlimited P 45 Mts S 1. N90 59 .

N92 & N94 60 . 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N-93 -Big Bore Sports Rifle Prone (ISSF) 300M National Championship Women (Individual & Team) Match No. 1000/Rs. N-91 -300M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-92 -300M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-94 -Big Bore Sports Rifle Prone (ISSF) 300M Civilian Championship Women (Individual & Team) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 Unlimited 1.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No.Match No.15 Hrs 3000M ISSF Ten 06 01 300M Rs.

N-97 -Big Bore Sports Rifle Three Position (ISSF) 300M National Championship Women (Individual & Team) Match No. N-95 -300M Standard Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Match No. 1000/Rs.9 are not allowed to take part in Match No. N-96 -300M Standard Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. 500/- 7 8 Note: Shooters as specified under General Rule 6. N96 & N98 61 . N-98 -Big Bore Sports Rifle Three Position (ISSF) 300M Civilian Championship Women (Individual & Team) 1 Number of Shots excluding sighting shots Prone 20 Standing 20 Kneeling 20 Sighting Shots Time: For Complete match including sighting shots Targets Number of rounds to be fired on each record target Total number of targets for complete match: Record: Sighters (0ne in each position) Distance Entry Fee Individual Team 60 2 3 4 5 6 Unlimited 2 Hrs.15 mts 300M ISSF Ten 06 03 300M Rs.

U P. Karnataka and Union Territory of Pondichery. The Services/Para-Military Organizations or other Boards may participate in the respective Zones according to their locations. Zonal Shooting Championships/Inter University and Inter College Competitions conducted under the supervision of NRAI will be considered under rule 1. The Zonal Competitions should be conducted every year and States under the respective zone must conduct this competition by rotation. Manipur and all North East States including Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar. West Bengal. Orissa. b. Goa. Haryana. East Zone: Assam. Tamilnadu. Madhya Pradesh and Union Territory of Daman & Diu. Jharkhand. West Zone: Maharashtra. Minimum 3 States must take part in the Zonal Championship. The following are the guidelines for conduct of Zonal Competitions: • • • The scores achieved by the shooters will be considered for participation in AIGVMSC. The Organizers may add ISSF matches or any other match but these scores will not be considered. Chandigarh. The format of the competition must be as per the program of All India G V Mavlankar Shooting Championship. e.4 of NRAI Match Book. Chhattisgarh. Bihar. The states are grouped into four zones as under: a. Kerala. Shooters must take part in their respective Zonal Competitions only and shooters from other zones should not be allowed to participate. North Zone: J & K. Uattranchal & Himachal Pradesh c. Rajsthan. Delhi. d. 2. South Zone: Andhra Pradesh. • • 62 .ZONAL COMPETITIONS The Governing Body in its meeting held on 8th August 2006 has approved rules for the conduct of Zonal Competitions as follows: 1. Punjab. Gujarat.

N-10 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-01 -50M Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-08 .50M Rifle Three Position Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.LIST OF MATCHES Match No. N-18 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-25 -10M Rifle Youth Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-07 . N-21 -10M Rifle Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.50M Rifle Three Position Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-22 -10M Rifle Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-17 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-16 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-23 -10M Rifle Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-02 -50M Rifle Three Position Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-13 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship HANDICAPPED Men (Individual) Match No. N-20 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) National Championship Veterans (Individual) Match No. N-24 -10M Rifle Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-14 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship Veterans Men (Individual) Match No. N-12 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-27 -10M Rifle Handicapped Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 63 .50M Rifle Three Position Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-04 -50M Rifle Three Position Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-26 -10M Rifle Veterans Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No. N-19 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) National Championship HANDICAPPED (Individual) Match No. N-06 -50M Rifle Three Position Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-11 -50M Rifle Prone Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-15 -50M Rifle Prone Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-09 -50M Rifle Prone Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-05 . N-03 -50M Rifle Three Position Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

N-50 – 25M Standard Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-39 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-56 – 50M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) 64 . N-36 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-55 – 50M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Match No. N-48 – 25M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-35 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-47 – 25M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-31 -10M Rifle Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-52 – 25M Standard Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-30 -10M Rifle Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-44 – 25M Pistol Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-49 – 25M Standard Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-37 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-51 – 25M Standard Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-45 – 25M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-53 – 50M Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-43 – 25M Pistol Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-32 -10M Rifle Youth Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-41 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-46 – 25M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-34 -10M Rifle Handicapped Women (ISSF) 10M National Championship (Individual) Match No. N-40 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-54 – 50M Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-33-10M Rifle Veterans Women (ISSF) 10M National Championship Individual) Match No. N-42 – 25M Centre Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-38 – 25M Rapid Fire Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-28 -10M Rifle Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-29 -10M Rifle Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

N-67 -10M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-60 -10M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-63 -10M Pistol Handicapped Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No. N-61 -10M Pistol Youth Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-70 -10M Pistol Handicapped Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) 65 . N-59 -10M Pistol Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-64 -10M Pistol Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Match No. N-62 -10M Pistol Veterans Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No. N-65 -10M Pistol Women (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-58 -10M Pistol Men (ISSF) Civilian Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-69 -10M Pistol Veterans Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No. N-57 -10M Pistol Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-68 -10M Pistol Youth Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-66 -10M Pistol Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.

Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-81 . N-83 . N-73 .Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-80 . N-76 . N-74 .Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Junior Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Veteran Women (ISSF) Championship (Individual) 66 .Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-84 .Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-85 .Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-82 . N-78 . N-71 . N-77 .Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Veteran Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Skeet Shooting Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No. N-86. N-75 . N-87 . N-72 . N-88 .Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Veteran Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Veteran Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No.Clay Pigeon Trap Shooting Veterans Men (ISSF) National Championship (Individual) Match No.Match No.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Junior Women (ISSF) National Championship (Individual & Team) Match No.Clay Pigeon Double Trap Shooting Veteran Women (ISSF) Championship (Individual) Match No. N-79 .

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