The cost of each Match Event – $20
This Fun Shoot is open to All skill levels even first timers.
Bring a Rifle and ammo for the match you want to shoot or shoot Both.
What is Know Your Limits (KYL)
You engage a KYL steel target by starting with the largest target first and shooting each subsequently smaller target gaining points for each target struck. You can stop at any target to keep the points you’ve earned. The catch is that if you miss, you lose all your points. To get as many points as possible you need- to know your limits.
The know your limits drill (KYL) is a great way to practice your marksmanship skills.
Target consist of 7 targets sized from bigger to smallest: 8/7/6/5/4/3/2″
There are 7 targets in total. Hitting a target allows the shooter to progress to the next smaller target or opt out to keep his points. There are 3 sets making up the match.
The shooter can opt to stop at any time. If the shooter proceeds to the next target and takes the shot but misses he loses all of his points and is out of the match for that round with a score of zero, hence the name “know your limits”.
The target stand is placed at 100 yards for the match. These matches are Open Division where shooters may fire from the prone, sitting, or bench positions using bipods, sand bags- front and or rear as rests but no sleds please. Iron sights, red dot or optics are allowed.
Targets must be shot in order, largest to smallest. Target must visibly “swing” to be counted as a hit (Range Officials decision is final). If a target is shot at and missed or shot out of order, you lose all accumulated points for that set. You may stop at any time and keep all points earned for that set. If time runs out and you have not missed, you keep your points for that set.
• A Match is 3 sets shot. Score for a match is the total from those 3 sets.
• Target point assignment: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 = 28 possible points per round
• There is a 3-minute time limit per set starting at the buzzer after load and make ready.
• NO COACHING – Shooter is responsible for hitting correct target, doping wind, etc.
• Scores are announced at end of each match. Ties go to a shoot-off w/1-minute time limit.