Shoot for the Gold
Shoot for the Gold .22 Benefit Match for Special Olympics Montana is being hosted by AEM Precision in cooperation with the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office. All proceeds will be donated to Special Olympics Montana on behalf of the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office.
The match will take place at 392 Lonestar Loop in Jordan, Montana.
Points will be utilized for the Pro 406 Series.
Round count will be 120 max.
Check-in begins at 8am at the AEM Precision home range
First rounds at 9am
10 stages with 2.5 minutes per stage.
Categories of Open, Ladies and Youth (16 and under) available.
The .22 Match will be shot as a “Field Match”. Stages will be 12 rounds each with multiple targets ranging from 25 to 300 yards max. Stages will have from 3 to 6 targets each. Targets will be engaged at least 2 x each target. There will be stages with multiple firing positions so shooters will be required to move. Targets will vary in size from 1.5 to 6 moa in size.
Targets will be shot from prone, modified prone, sitting, standing and off of objects.
A rear shooting bag and a set of bi-pods are strongly suggested. A set of bino’s to ID targets will be beneficial.
Ranges for each target will be provided. The height of each target will also be provided. For shooters who need elevations, AEM will have 22 drop charts available with inches of drop for each range. Shooters will be able to estimate hold overs based on the height of the target and inches of drop… IE: 10 inch target at 200 yards, 22 drops approx 50 inches so the shooter will need to hold 5 targets high….
There will be a moving target at approximately 100 yards.
The stages should be posted with details the week of the match.
A zero range will be available the morning of the match.
An invoice will be emailed to registered shooters from AEM Precision
$50 for adults $25 for youth.
REGISTER TODAY! You will be asked to create an account to register – doing so will take you right to the registration page.
**PRO series has donated the entry fees for FIRST 10 youth shooters who register