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
  • Targets will be pink or light blue in color, and will be re-painted at match director’s discretion.  Special color requests will not be considered.
  • 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.

11 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

  2. Hi,
    The Gunslynger allows PCPs with up to 45FPE, but, only up to .22 caliber.
    Why not allow .25 caliber with up to 45FPE?

  3. What are the PCP distances on the gunslynger event ? It shows 10,25,40,and 55. I watched one of the older gunslynger events and Rossi said 25,40,50 and 60.

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