VBR: Varmint Bench Rest
We are super excited to bring a new sport to our shooting range. After seeing a long range shooting event on the "Shooting USA" show on the Outdoor Channel Network about the new sport of VBRS at the Ridgeway Rifle Club a spark was ignited that is starting to burn a little bigger. The HOTSA club made a huge investment to start matches at our gun club.
This is a sport shooting little-bitty steel targets at long range. We have modified the prairie dog, armadillo, coyote and wild boar targets to approximate one MOA at all distance which means scaling down each target a bit (or a lot).
So here are the prairie dog, armadillo, coyote and wild boar target sizes to give you an idea of how it might look.
In order to add additional skills and fun into this new discipline and utilize our new 600 yard and 750 yard berms, we are adding 2 additional targets that will utilize the existing metallic silhouette prairie chicken and pig targets. The prairie chicken and pig are about 2 MOA each at their respective distances.
So here are the prairie chicken and pig target sizes to give you an idea of how it might look.
The prairie chicken and pig targets will be "hanging targets" and the spotter will score "hit" or "miss". There will be 10 shots for score at each target. Therefore, the match will now be 60 rounds (10 rounds @ prairie dog, armadillo, coyote, wild boar, prairie chicken and pig). The entry fee will be $35.00.
These are just some dimensions to give you an idea of the challenge. This is blast to shoot and we are trying to make it where about anyone that has a good accurate rifle can come out and shoot.