Pyramyd Gunslynger


Match Rules


The shooters will make ready at the shooting lanes and must adhere to the following rules:

  • All Shooters are under the direction of the Range Master.  Any safety violations will immediately disqualify a shooter for that relay
  • Eye protection with wrap around shields is required for anyone using the range. No exceptions.
  • Anyone shooting targets NOT in their designated lane will be disqualified.
  • Magazines must be empty and all pellets must be loose in box or tin at the beginning of the match – Competitors are NOT allowed to stage pellets.  Tins must be shaken prior to the relay starting.  Anyone caught staging pellets will be disqualified from the match.
  • Shooters may shoot from any position they choose
  • Shooters are allowed the use of shooting sticks or bi-pods
  • Shooters are allowed to use a chair, bench, bucket or any other type of sitting device
  • Shooters are allowed to use the benches that are provided at the range
  • Shooters using the benches are only allowed the use of a front rest – No other part of the airgun may touch the bench
  • The target must be KNOCKED DOWN or OFF THE TILE in order for the relay to count
  • Once all targets are down the shooter will raise their hand and shout out FINISHED – A scorer will verify that all targets have been knocked down or off the tile

This event will pair up all competitors in a bracketed draw at random prior to the event. Seeding will be done at match director’s discretion. The Final will be between the last 2 competitors in the main draw. Same rules apply for finals.


FOR PCP Shooters

  • Each shooter will have 16 (four of each chicken, turkey, pigs and rams) 1/10 scale NRA metal targets that must be KNOCKED down or off the TILE.
  • Targets will be placed as follows for PCP:
    – Chickens at 10 yards
    – Pigs at 25 yards
    – Turkeys at 40 yards
    – Rams at 55 yards
  • Two shooters will compete against each other in order to win the relay.  First shooter to knock down all their targets – WINS and moves on to the next relay.
  • The relays will continue until such time that only ONE shooter remains.

Equipment Rules

  • Airgun Rifles – Must use Pellets – NO BBs or Solid Ammo
  • Airguns can be single shot or magazine fed
  • Any Caliber is allowed up to .22
  • Any type of sight is allowed
  • No Airgun can exceed 45 FPE.

FOR Springer Shooters

  • Each shooter will have 16 (four of each) 1/10 scale NRA metal targets that must be KNOCKED down or off the TILE.
  • Targets will be placed as follows for Springers:
    – Chickens at 10 yards
    – Pigs at 25 yards
    – Turkeys at 40 yards
    – Rams at 55 yards
  • Two shooters will compete against each other in order to win the relay.  First shooter to knock down all their targets – WINS and moves on to the next relay.
  • The relays will continue until such time that only ONE shooter remains.

Equipment Rules

  • Airgun Spring Piston or Gas Ram Rifles – Must use Pellets – NO BBs or Solid Ammo
  • Airguns can be single shot or magazine fed
  • Any Caliber is allowed up to .22
  • Any type of sight is allowed
  • No Airgun can exceed 30 FPE.

2 thoughts on “Pyramyd Gunslynger

  1. Greetings,
    One quick question:
    Under “Equipment Rules” ,
    -Any type of sight is allowed-
    What is the scope magnification limit?
    As field target is 12x, I was not clear on this point.
    Best Regards,
    D Kokai

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