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Seddon Range Standing Orders - August 2022
Download NRANZ Ammunition & Energy Testing Procedure - November 2017
Download NRANZ Target Rifle Technical Rules
ICFRA F-Class Technical Rules - 2018
The July 2011 Council meeting adopted in full the ICFRA Rules and Regulations for F-Class Rifle Shooting. Follow this link to the ICFRA web site for the current copy of these rules: http://icfra.com/page4.htm
NRANZ Council has adopted two amendments to the ICFRA Rules and Regulations for F-Class Rifle Shooting as follows:
A standard system of scoring, with ring dimensions and score values consistent across the classes of shooting currently within NRANZ. All central bullseyes, regardless of shooting class, to score 5.1.
Amendment 1 Rescinded July 2012 - In F Class Rifle Shooting within New Zealand the central bullseye will score as follows:
F Open; V-Bull to score 6.0.
F-TR; V-Bull to score 5.1.
Amendment 1 Rescinded June 2014 - In F Class Rifle Shooting within New Zealand the central bullseye will score as follow:
F Open; V-Bull to score 6.0
F TR; V- Bull to score 6.0
F Open; Super V Bull to score 6.1
F TR; Super V Bull to score 6.1
The use of a sound moderator is permitted.
12 Months Dispensation - In order to clarify the issue re the introduction of the ICFRA F-TR rifle and bipod maximum weight rule, it was agreed that the introduction and enforcement of these particular rules be delayed until the start of 2012/13 season. This will provide F-TR competitors a dispensation for a period of 12 months, within New Zealand, in order that they adjust rifle and bipods to fit within the max rifle weight rule.
NRANZ F-PR class shooting rules (August 2020)
NRANZ FTR-Classic class shooting rules (August 2020)
The rules for FTR Classic are the current FTR rules with the addition of TR ICFRA rules T126.96.36.199 & T188.8.131.52
Download NRANZ Sporter Hunter Class Shooting Rules - November 2016 / Revised October 2022