Grand Prix 2 : 10m Air Rifle Series 2018-19
STS 10m Air Rifle Winter Grand Prix Series 2018-19
A series of five 10m Air Rifle events with Competition 1, run on electronic targets. The main competition is run in 4 classes and comprises of 60 competition shots to be fired in 50min. This is preceded by a 15min setup period and a 15min preparation and sighting period.
Subject to entry and range capacity the extra shoot is an optional additional 60 shot match. Places can only be requested and paid on the day for a fee of £5. "Competition one" entries take precedence over "Extra Shoot" entries.
The winner of the "Extra Shoot" shall be the competitor achieving the highest percentage increase in score from his Competition one score, and shall receive a return of their entry fee for the extra shoot competition
Depending on range capacity and entry, the leading competitors after the qualifying match will shoot in an ISSF style final. The winner will be the competitor with the highest match score in the final.
The Grand Prix Series will be shot on the following dates in 2018-19:
Grand Prix Dates and Venues
Air GP1 14 October 2018 Roseisle Village Hall Forres
Air GP2 11 November 2018 Denwood
Air GP3 9 December 2018 Kincardine
Air GP4 12 January 2019 Carlisle
Air GP5 9 February 2019 Glenrothes
Thanks to the sponsorship of this event by RWS, and depending on entry numbers, pellets will be awarded to the leading competitors in each class. Awards for each discipline in the Grand Prix order of merit will be made at close of the final event of the series.
Points for the Grand Prix series will be awarded per the following table based on the competitor's position in the ISSF final. If the range does not have capacity to run an 8 lane final the competitors who would have qualified for an 8 lane final will be awarded points based on their qualification ranking.
If a competitor who qualifies for the final does not compete in the final then the competitor will not be awarded any points.
The meeting will be run as far as possible under ISSF rules with equipment control advice available at each event. Equipment control rules may be waived in the lower classes at the discretion of the event organiser. The Range Jury will consist of any three people from the local organising committee and/or the STS Pistol AMG.
Event Athletes to the Line Preparation & Sighting Match Start Match Finish
Relay 1 10.00 10.15 10.30 11.45
Relay 2 12.00 12.15 12.30 13.45
Relay 3 14.00 14.15 14.30 15.45
GP FINAL Reporting Time – 16.30 | Final Start : 17.00 | Final Finish : 17.30
Class averages are shown below:
Classification : Integer Average
A Class 565 and over
B Class 545 to 564
C Class 520 to 544
D Class Under 520
Classification : Decimal Average
A Class 592.0 and over
B Class 572 to 591.9
C Class 547 to 571.9
D Class Under 547.0
Any competitor may be reclassified at the discretion of the Organisers.
Scottish Target Shooting follows the doping regulations adopted by British Shooting, developed with UKAD. As such, the testing for banned substances may be carried out at any time. Please declare any medication at check-in before shooting.
The closing date for entries is the Tuesday before the event date. If an event is full, please select the waiting list and provide us with your availability and you will be placed on a wait list and contacted only if a place becomes available.
Cancellations made after the closing date of the event (i.e. the Tuesday prior to the meeting) will not be entitled to a refund except in exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of the STS Office.
On arrival at the range please report to the organiser to take up your booking. Please arrange to be on the range in plenty of time to avoid missing your allocated squad as, depending on entry and range space, re-squadding may not be possible.
Air GP Entry per detail
STS Members (Except Essential Members) £18.00
STS Non-Member £20.00