100yd 22RF Miniature and Rook & Rabbit competition


An Open competition at 100yards for all ages of Rimfire, Miniature and Rook& Rabbit rifles.
Multiple entries with different rifles is encouraged


Members                                                              Non-Members
No. of entries
HBSA No. required
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  • Competitors must produce an NRA Shooter Competency Certificate before they will be permitted to shoot
  • Closed to HBSA Members, but who may enter experienced guests
  • HBSA Rules 1995 apply. However, orthoptic accessories, a padded glove and a sling may be used
  • All firearms must be appropriately licensed and be “in proof” for the ammunition to be used
  • Except in TRSB class, a wrist rest may be used , but the butt of the rifle may not be rested nor touch the ground
  • In Historic and Miniature R&R classes, stiff shooting jackets must be worn unbuttoned
  • Firing position is prone or supine, but disabled competitors so registered with the NRA may use a table and chair or stool from which to shoot on the firing point
  • Details are limited to 40 minutes, and the time allowed for each shot will be 45 seconds (NRA Rule 351)

DISTANCES: 100 yards

TARGETS: NRA 100 yard Round Bull


  • Before each detail commences, one minute will be allowed for blow-off (warming) shots into the stop butt
  • Up to THREE marked practice shots
  • TWO convertible sighters
  • TEN shots to count


  • HISTORIC RIMFIRE: Classic, Veteran and Post-Veteran* Miniature Rimfire Rifles with contemporaneous sights (iron or optical)
  • MINIATURE and ROOK&RABBIT: Classic and Veteran Miniature Centrefire Rifles with contemporaneous sights (iron or optical) chambered for a cartridge for which the Factory Loading Muzzle Energy is less than 450 ft.lbs. (e.g. 310Cadet 32/20 300Rook 380Long etc.)
  • MRSB: Any 22RF rifle, any sights
  • TRSB: Any 22RF rifle, iron sights only (no wrist rest permitted)


Commemorative Certificate for winner of each Class and for lower places dependent upon the number of entries.


The Matches are squadded: competitors should report at the firing point ten minutes before your shooting time. Those not firing in a Detail may be required to act as Range Officers. Latecomers may not be able to shoot.

* Note: Post-Veteran 22 rifles include the early post-WW2 designs with contemporary sights (e.g. Anschutz 54&64, BSA Internationals, and similar)