Tactical Long Range Competition

Match Directors

Rob Thomas
Sam Buckley


First Sunday of each month.
Registration opens up at 7:30am and ends at 8am sharp.


Sacramento Valley Shooting Center, Range 12 (1000-yard Range)


Please note that either Voting Class or Shooting Class membership is required to participate in this event. Shooting Class membership applications will be available at the time of the event.


$15.00 for NCPPRC Voting members; $25.00 for Shooting Class Members (forms available at the event)

Match Description

Competitors will engage a static paper target from 200 yards to 1000 yards. This a great match for competitors to hone their long range precision shooting skills all the way out to 1000 yards. Competitors will have instant feed back via pit pullers marking each shot on their targets. This is not a very physically demanding event but every competitor is required to carry all necessary equipment from the pits out to the 1000yards line and then back in. The walk is roughly 2.5 KM round trip. We shoot rain or shine in all weather conditions unless it is deemed by the match directors that it is unsafe to shoot.

Course of Fire

Detailed description of the courses of fire:
2014 COF 1 Hard Core
2014 COF 2 Long Range V2
2014 COF 3 No Shooter Left Behind
2014 COF 4 Long Range

Minimum Required Equipment List

I. Bolt Rifle or Gas Gun with optics in caliber ranging from .223 Remington to .338 Lapua Magnum

II. Ammo — 50 rounds. (No tracer ammo allowed)

II. Hearing protection, Eye Protection, and Empty Chamber Flags
(Electronic amplifying models strongly suggested i.e. Peltor Tac 6)

III. Tools to run your gun and optics. (We want to minimize delays as much as possible)

IV. Note taking gear.

V. Some sort of pack to carry all your equipment/gear in.

VI. Bi-Pod, Rifle Sling, or pack to shoot prone from.

VII. Competitor must complete the match with the same rifle he or she started with.

VIII. Pack wisely since all gear will need to be with you on the firing line at all times.

IX. Elbow pads, knee pads, and good foot wear is strongly suggested.