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MPRC 2024 Match 4

July 13



  • Tickets are available at 7pm EST, one month prior to the match date.
  • Ticket sales close at 7pm EST on the Wednesday prior to the match.
  • Ensure you use the proper (including spelling) E-mail address.
  • Use first and last name ONLY- no middle initials/names.


  • Squadding will be done through Practiscore.
  • Squadding will open at 7pm on the Monday before the match, and close when ticket sales end.
  • There will be two competitor uploads to Practiscore; one on the Sunday prior to the match and one after ticket sales close.
    • If you purchase your ticket for the match after the first upload, you will be in the second upload, AFTER SQUADDING ENDS.  This means you will not choose your squad; you will be used to back-fill as needed.
    • You will receive an email once you are uploaded.
  • Squadding requests are only accepted for the following:
    • Family (husband/wife, parent/child, siblings, etc.).
    • New (first match) competitor.
  • Match Director has final say and may squad / pre-squad as he see’s fit.


RO’s / Squad Leaders:

  • We use a roving RO format, where the RO is a competitor, who moves with the squad, is in charge of the RO equipment, ensuring the stage is properly completed, and ensuring compliance with safety standards.  In this format, the competitors do the spotting duties.
  • We prefer RO’s volunteer, but if we do not have enough volunteers, we will assign as needed.
  • RO’s must be:
    • Familiar with PRS matches to know the rules, both procedural and safety.
    • Comfortable asserting authority to ensure a safe, efficient, and fair match.
    • Modestly familiar with the use of an iPad.
  • Volunteers are given a coupon code for a free regular season match.
    • Those who fail to utilize their code before the Season Finale, may request a comparable discount on the Season Finale match.
    • Match codes DO NOT transfer to the next season.
  • Competitors may volunteer to RO as often as they like, but will not be called upon (volun-told) to RO more than once in a season.
  • E-Mail MD to volunteer:



  • Match slots may be transferred until the first upload to Practiscore by emailing MD.
  • NO REFUNDS.  You can show up and compete, or transfer your slot to someone else (see above), but you will not receive a refund.




  • Open: Chambered in a caliber not to exceed 0.30″, with a velocity not t0 exceed 3200fps.
  • Production: Rifle and Optic’s MSRP as listed on manufacture’s website cannot be above $3000 and $2500 USD, respectively.  Must have original or factory replacement barrel, original stock and no trued/blue-printed action work. Chambered in a caliber not to exceed 0.30″, with a velocity not t0 exceed 3200fps.  MANY more details available in the PRS Rule Book, Chapter 2.
  • Tactical: Chambered in .308 Winchester / 7.62 x 51mm using a bullet no greater than 178gr at a velocity not to exceed 2800fps or .223 Remington / 5.56 x 45mm using a bullet no greater than 77gr at a velocity not to exceed 3000fps.  No modified / Ackley Improved chambering.
  • Gas Gun: Any semi-automatic precision rifle chambered in a caliber not larger than 0.30″, with a velocity not t0 exceed 3200fps.
  • For more detailed information on PRS Divisions and Categories, see the PRS Rule Book, Chapter 2



  • Ladies: Gender listed “female” on government issued ID.
  • Juniors: Anyone under the age of 18 at any point in the current season, verified via birthdate on government issued ID.
  • Seniors: Anyone turning 55 or older in the current season, verified via birthdate on government issued ID.
  • Mil/LE: Full-time, Active-Duty (title 10 or 32) Service Member or full-time Law Enforcement.  Veterans, non-active-duty National Guard / Reserves, and Reserve Law Enforcement DO NOT QUALIFY.
  • For more detailed information on PRS Divisions and Categories, see the PRS Rule Book, Chapter 2



  • Expect 8-9 stages, requiring around 80-100 rounds.  Bring enough extra ammunition to zero your rifle if you so choose, and to cover the rare event that you need to re-shoot a stage.
  • Water coolers on site- bring your own water bottle.
  • Typical Schedule:
    0700 – Sign-in opens
    0700 (or first light) – Zero Range opens
    0800 – Match Brief at firing line
    0820 – Range hot
    1500 – Estimated match completion.
  • Please stay to help tear down; we do not have the benefit to take the whole evening or Sunday morning to tear down.  The range must be reset immediately to allow for range members to shoot.


Please take note – The long range (lanes 1 & 2) will be CLOSED to MTC members, MPRC shooters, and the public from Friday at noon until the match begins.  The only exception is for any MTC Clinic’s / sanctioned training.  DO NOT arrive the evening prior expecting to verify data.  If you do, you will be asked to leave the property.  If this changes, shooters will be notified via E-Mail.  The ZERO RANGE, and the rest of the facility will be open to RANGE (MTC) MEMBERS.  If you do not have a RANGE MEMBERSHIP, you will not be permitted to utilize any of the lanes until the zero range opens on the morning of the match.  All participants are welcome to camp and/or socialize on premises Friday.

As always, we can use help with set-up on Friday (starts at noon), and PLEASE stick around after the match to help tear down.  We don’t have the luxury of tearing down late into the evening or all Sunday morning; the range must be reset for members to use immediately upon match completion.


July 13
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Marksmanship Training Center
N Pioneer Rd
Lake City, MI 49651 United States
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(646) 796-9926
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