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Welcome to the
Krokodilspruit Benchrest Club

At Krokodilspruit Sports Shooting Club we host a variety of shooting activities, to entertain and test both young & old and new & experienced.

Air Rifle & Rimfire Benchrest (NGPSSA/SAPSSF)

Air Rifle

Members can obtain Nationals colours (Protea colours) in the light and heavy varmint classes. Distance to target is 25m. The objective is to shoot 25 targets in 20 minutes. The inner target / circle diameter is 2mm.

Rimfire

Members can obtain Nationals colours (Protea colours) in the International Sporter, Light Varmint and Heavy Varmint classes. This is a 50m score shoot class. See the rules for more information regarding rifle limitations.

VFS (Varmint for Score)

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VFS Rules

3 targets of 5 scoring shots on each target.
There is no scope limitation and not rifle weight limit. No benchrest rifles allowed e.g. 6mm PPC.
Each target has 5 scoring circles where one scoring shot per circle is shot. Maximum score is 10 per scoring target and a max of 50 per total target. VFS is shot at 100m, 200m and 300m.
This is a very competitive shoot and it will test your skills on accuracy. For hunters it is a good exercise where you can confirm the accuracy of your rifle.
A Club ranking reflects the top shooters in the club. The scores of the last two competitions is taken and members are ranked based on their scores.
With all these class wind consideration plays a huge factor

Hunter

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Hunter Rules

3 targets of 5 scoring shots on each target.
There is a scope limitation of maximum 6x magnification and not rifle weight limit. No benchrest rifles allowed e.g. 6mm PPC.
Each target has 5 scoring circles where one scoring shot per circle is shot. Maximum score is 10 per scoring target and a max of 50 per total target. Hunter is shot at 100m, 200m and 300m.
This is a very competitive shoot and it will test your skills on accuracy. For hunters it is a good exercise where you can confirm the accuracy of your rifle.
A Club ranking reflects the top shooters in the club. The scores of the last two competitions is taken and members are ranked based on their scores.
The difference between VFS and Hunter is the maximum scope magnification. This is a class that simulate hunting conditions and can be extremely challenging.
With all these class wind consideration plays a huge factor.

300Y Fly

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300Y Fly Rules

This is one of the more exiting and more challenging events the is shot. Two targets are shot in a competition with a total of 10 scoring shots in total. 5 shots per targets is shot and the score for the 5 shots are added together to give you a total out of 50.
You can earn a fly pin if your shot touches the fly. A black pin if one or two shots touches the fly, 3-4 shots will earn you a silver pin and 5 shots a gold pin. No one has yet earned a gold pin.

PPC (Palmisano & Pindel Cartridge)

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PPC Rules

PPC is the ultimate in centerfire benchrest shooting. For this class the 6mm PPC rifle is used, however the 6BR is also a very competitive rifle.
It is a very niche class, and here you can learn from the guys shooting this class what accuracy is all about. Case preparation is everything, from case length, case weight to precision measuring of the propellant.

Extreme Air Rifle Benchrest

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Extreme Air Rifle Rules

Extreme Air Rifle Benchrest is just what it says, extreme. For this class high power Air Rifles are used. It includes anything from .22, .25, .35, .45, .50 calibers. There is no limit.
25m class is shot with max .22 caliber without any power restrictions.
50m class is shot with max .22 caliber without any power restrictions.
70m and 100m class is shot with any caliber without any power restrictions.

With these air rifles that are extremely powerful, they are becoming very competitive hunting rifles and more affordable to shoot than center fire rifles.
We believe this is a class that is going to grow with leaps and bounds in the future.
There are various events all around the world where these high power rifles are shot. The most famous must be the Extreme Benchrest competition in Arizona in the USA.

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