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Moving Target Event (Modified)

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Rounds:
48
Targets: NRA AP-1 target.
Range: 10, 15,20, and 25 Yards.

Procedure:
The target will move from behind a barricade, travel 60 feet in 6 seconds, then disappear behind another barricade. There will be a clearly marked, 3 foot square firing area at each stage. The firing square will be at the center of the 60-foot run of the target. The competitor must remain within the firing square for the complete firing sequence. The starting position will be with the handgun holstered and both hands held shoulder high.

There will be no audible signals. When the competitor is ready to fire both hands must be raised to the starting position. The appearance of the target from behind the barricade will be the signal to commence fire.

A competitor has 71/2 minutes to complete firing this course, starting from entry into the first shooting box until the start of the last string of fire. Time for changing targets shall not be counted against the competitor.

10 Yard Stage:
At the signal to commence fire. the competitor fires 6 rounds at the target, which moves from right to left.
At the second signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 6 rounds at the target, which moves from left to right.

15 Yard Stage:
At the signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 6 rounds at the target, which moves from right to left.
At the second signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 6 rounds at the target, which moves from left to right.

20 Yard Stage:
At the signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 3 rounds at the target, which moves from right to left.
At the second signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 3 rounds at the target, which moves from left to right.
The procedure is then repeated one time.

25 Yard Stage:
At the signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 3 rounds at the target, which moves from right to left.
At the second signal to commence fire, the competitor fires 3 rounds at the target, which moves from left to right.
The procedure is then repeated one additional time.

Penalties:
There will be a 10-point and 1X penalty for any premature start, for each procedural error, any round that strikes either barricade, and for any round fired over the designated amount.

Lead:
Calculations based on an average bullet velocity of 800 f.p.s. indicate the following leads:
10 yds.= 4 1/2 inches
15 yds.= 6 3/4 inches
20 yds.= 9 inches
25 yds.= 11 1/4 inches
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