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Upcoming Silhouette Matches 2020
- The Scoped Silhouette Nationals have moved to Easter 10th – 13th April, Little River, Victoria
- BPCR Silhouette Nationals 13th of April, Little River, Victoria
- SA Scoped Silhouette State Titles, Monarto, June 20th & 21st
- Lever Action Silhouette State titles, Moonta, August 1st & 2nd
- Lever action Silhouette Nationals, Majura, ACT, October 31st – 2nd
- SA BPCR Silhouette State Titles, Monarto, November 28th & 29th
Silhouette Matches Shot at SSAA Para
Cowboy Lever Action Silhouette
Cowboy Lever Action Silhouette Rifle matches follow NRA rules, which creates opportunities for shooters to compete internationally. There are three classes of rifles used: Cowboy Lever Action Silhouette, Pistol Cartridge Cowboy Lever Action Silhouette and Smallbore Cowboy Rifle Silhouette. These classes establish a match for common hunting carbines and other lever-action rifles, with the match catering to shooters who enjoy shooting hunting arms, but do not necessarily want to make the investment required of other specialised types of shooting competitions.
Depending on the match, the calibres shot range from the .22LR up to larger centrefire calibres, including pistol cartridges. Ammunition may be loaded with smokeless or black powder, using jacketed or cast bullets, with or without gas checks. All bullets must be flat-nose or round-nose, suitable for tubular magazine use. Any cartridge causing target damage or deemed unsafe may be prohibited.
In Cowboy Lever Action Silhouette Rifle matches, the Big Bore Pistol targets are shot at 50, 100, 150 and 200m, while the Field Pistol targets and Smallbore Pistol targets are both shot at 40, 50, 75 and 100m.
Scoped Silhouette - Centrefire
- 20 Shots at Chicken Targets at 200m
- 20 Shots at Pig Targets at 300m
Scoped Rifle Silhouette - Rimfire (.22lr)
Shot from the offhand position at steel targets. Rimfire Silhouette Rifle is identical to Centrefire Silhouette Rifle, except that the rifle is to be chambered for the .22-calibre Short, Long or Long Rifle cartridge only.
- 10 Shots at Chicken Targets at 40m
- 10 Shots at Pig Targets at 60m
- 10 Shots at Turkey Targets at 77m
10 Shots at Ram Targets at 100m
Scoped Rifle Silhouette - Air Rifle
Air Rifle permits the use of any air rifle of any calibre, with a maximum weight of 7kg including sights, except for sighting devices programmed to activate the firing mechanism. Any functional trigger of any release weight is permitted. Hooked buttplates are not permitted.
- 10 Shots at Chicken Targets at 18.3m
- 10 Shots at Pig Targets at 27.4m
- 10 Shots at Turkey Targets at 32.9m
10 Shots at Ram Targets at 41.1mAir Rifle Silhouette is also shot on the last Friday of each Month at 7pm. Please refer to the Air Rifle Program.
Long Range Rifle Silhouette
This match tests the rimfire rifle.
- 10 Shots at CLAS Chicken Targets at 50m (standing position)
10 Shots at CLAS Pig Targets at 100m (cross sticks or standing position)
10 Shots at CLAS Turkey Targets at 150m (cross sticks or standing position)
10 Shots at CLAS Ram Targets at 200m (cross sticks or standing position)
Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Silhouette (Currently Shot at SSAA Monarto)
- 10 Shots at Chicken Targets at 200m (standing position)
- 10 Shots at Pig Targets at 300 (cross sticks or standing position)
- 10 Shots at Turkey Targets at 385m (cross sticks or standing position)
- 10 Shots at Ram Targets at 500m(cross sticks or standing position)