2021 High Power Rifle Match

High Power Match results

The High Power matches will be held on the dates listed below.  The NRA Match dates are tentative pending NRA approval. Please note the schedule and procedural changes.  Any revisions will be listed on the website and sent to all competitors on our email list.

We again plan to include a 200 yd .22 match after the vintage/NRA matches occasionally.  When we intend to add this match, all competitors will be emailed, and the addition will be on the PHA website.  Please contact us via the website if anyone has questions.

• All competitors (per PHA rules) will be required to attend the safety briefing prior to firing in the match.  If someone fails to be there at the time of the briefing, they will not be allowed to compete.

• All competitors are expected to arrive early to assist in the set up of targets and get the range ready for the match, and assist in the breakdown and storage of target gear.

• The gate will open NLT 8:00 am, set up should start by 8:15 am, Safety Briefing will be at 8:45 am, and match start will be at 9:00 am.  Times will apply to all matches, whether NRA or Vintage.

The above changes we have implemented.  There may be other minor changes in the Vintage Matches such as firing position, but we will work those out over the next couple of matches.  Block time will again be used for all SF stages for prep time, sighters (first stage only), and shots for record.

2021 Vintage Match Dates:
23 January
27 February
27 March
20 November

(Tentative) 2020 NRA Match Dates:
17 April
22 May
26 June
24 July
28 August
18 September
23 October

Entry Fees:
PHA Members…………..$15.00
(*All juniors shoot their first match of the year free)

Entries: Accepted from 8:15 am until the mandatory safety briefing.

Vintage matches will consist of 30 rounds (10 prone SF, 10 sitting (or prone) RF, and 10 standing SF).  Competitors may fire the course twice with the same or a different rifle.  Priority will be given to vintage rifles, but modern will be accepted pending firing point availability.

NRA matches will consist of 50 rounds.
(10 standing SF, 10 sitting RF, 10 prone RF, and 20 prone SF) using 200 yds, 200 yds, 300 yds simulated, and 600 yds simulated NRA targets respectfully.  Competitors may fire a maximum of 5 sighters prior to starting the 200 yard standing SF stage. Match may be changed to a total of 80 rounds for record at the discretion of the Match Director. Notification of such change will be placed on the PHA website as a Special Notice no less than a week in advance so that the competitors may plan on the change.

We will email past competitors and update this page with any changes as needed. Our firing area has been concreted and we are using it without laying in the mud and gravel.

Match Director
Neil C. Evans, Jr.

Want to become involved or host a new event?

If you’re a member and would like to help with an existing or host a different competitive shooting event, please contact the match director or club president and describe the match you’d like to host.