K.I.S.A.
P.O. Box 1098
Kodiak, AK 99615
907-486-8566
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"They couldn't hit an elephant at this distance."

Last words of Major General John Sedgwick as he was shot by Confederate Sharpshooter Sgt. Grace at 1000 yards. 1864

F-Class and Mid-Range Prone Competition

 

We currently do not have any F-Class or Mid-Range Prone Competitions sceduled.

 

NRA Rulebook

One of the distinctive features of High Power competition in the USA is the ranking system. Climbing the ladder is one of the most rewarding and challenging aspects of this sport. In many ways you are competing against yourself and striving for self improvement. Once you attain a new classification the NRA will mail you a classification card and some decal stickers that you can proudly display on your rifle case or gear box.

F-Class:
MarksmanSharpshooterExpertMasterHigh Master
Below 91.4991.50 to 93.99994.00 to 96.4996.50 to 97.9998.00 and above


Mid-Range Prone:
MarksmanSharpshooterExpertMasterHigh Master
Below 92.0092.00 to 94.4994.50 to 96.9997.00 to 98.4998.50 and above





F-Class at Camp Grayling


The USA F-Class team shooting F-Open class at 600 yds.


Bryan Litz shooting Field Target Rifle (F-T/R) class with a .308 and bipod.