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VIEW AND SUBMIT RECORD SCORES

This page is for all F-Class competitors to use in order to compare and submit their claims for record scores. This will become a part of our history as SA F-Class shooters. It will also take us into the future as we can see at a glance what is possible.

The SA F-Class Association welcomes the submission of record claims commencing 1st January 2011.

 

Records Officer

Submit your completed record register form to the Records Officer.

Records Officer

Lets start making SA F-Class history


VIEW NEW RECORDS

F-Class Open Records:            

F-Class Standard Records:      


VIEW CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS LISTINGS

SA Championships Winners:    

SA Championships Winners:      

SA Championships Winners:    


SUBMIT RECORD CLAIM FORM

Download a Record Claim Form: (Download the file to your PC then open it)

Submit your Completed Form:   (Send as an attachment to email)


CONDITIONS FOR SUBMITTING A RECORD SCORE

1. A record score claim can only be submitted by a SARA registered F-Open or F-Standard shooter.

2. A record score can only be shot on a SARA approved rifle range measured in yards or metres.

3. A record score can only be shot on an ICFRA target that has a super centre clearly marked.

4. Only super centres acquired through SARA are to be used to ensure dimensional accuracy.

5. Scores must be submitted in the 10 shot = 60.10 format, or 60.10 / 60.10 format for Double Possible Records

6. Scores must be submitted in the 15 shot = 90.15 format.

( Decimal format (CTV.R.C.) 100.10 can be converted to 60.10 by subtracting 40 from the score. For 15 shot scores of 150.15 then subtract 60 from the score.)

7. Range distances for record scores must be the standard 300 to 1000 yards or 300 to 900 metres.

8. The claimant must fill in the form and include contact info for a Club Official to verify the record.

9. Record scores can only be shot during a Club Championship round or at Open Prize Meetings.


WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU SHOOT A RECORD SCORE?

  • Your name will be added to the top of the records table for the distance and class you shot.

  • You will receive a Record Holder's Certificate as proof of your record.

  • Your record submission form will be archived by the F-Class Association of SA.

DETAILS

  • All records are declared open for claims on the 1st Jan 2011. The records will be initially set at a default value of 55.5 for 10 shot scores and 83.7 for 15 shot scores. You need to score higher than 55.5 or 83.7 to submit a claim.

  • The records register will display the last 3 record scores claimed at each distance and for each class.

  • The claim form can be downloaded and then completed on yor PC using one of two methods. Using the "SUBMIT FORM" button on the top of the form will allow you to choose either "DESKTOP EMAIL APP" or "INTERNET MAIL".

    The first choice is fully automatic and sends the completed form on its way providing your mail application is compatible.

    The second choice allows you to save a copy of the completed form on your PC to email back to the Records Officer as an email attachment.

  • Using the Adobe Distributed Claim Form for claiming a record score means the whole process is now paperless and all completed online. You must have the free Adobe PDF Reader installed on your PC/Mac to enable you to fill in the form details and to submit or save the form.

  • If all else fails then email through your record claim and include all necessary details as listed on the claim form.

  • If the claimant for the new record score doesn't have internet access, then someone at the club who does have internet access can email the form and attachment on to the Records Officer on their behalf.

  • Super centres can be purchased from the SARA Store.

  • If your PC cant view the Record Form then download the free Adobe Reader here: PDF Reader

  • Direct questions to the Records Officer