Registration opens at 9:00 am in the club rooms.
Everyone must register for the main range, 25 m and air gun range.
25 m sighting in range opens at 9:30 am until midday
General practice at 200m. on all benches and any lanes not required by competitors shooting the Debbie Harlow centre fire competition.
10:00 am The Debbie Harlow Trophy
200m, prone, 30 rounds required plus sighters.
7 minutes for unlimited sighters
45 minutes to fire 30 scoring shots on any of 3 targets
All target accessories and equipment permitted as per NZDA national competition rules.
11:00 am, BASR competition (aggregate shoot for the military medal)
20 rounds prone only on 30 minutes
Military bolt actin rifles with original iron sights. Slings as issued for that model rifle attached at both carrying points.
General practice at 200m