2013 Sniper's Hide Cup
When May 23-25, 2013
Where Douglas, WY
SNIPERSHIDE.com and COMPETITION DYNAMICS have teamed up for the 2012 Sniper's Hide Cup and moved the match to Douglas WY. We've combined the "Cup" legacy with the tradition of field shooting cultivated in the Rocky Mountains to create the premier long-range/precision field rifle match.
This is the primary SnipersHide.com community event! Be There!
Everyone who signs up between February 15th & March 1st will shoot the match.
Match duration: 3 days, Thurs-Sat
Mandatory check-in and briefing on Wed. Wednesday is also the Sponsor Demo Day.
Cartridge requirements: minimum 6mm - maximum .338, velocity not to exceed 3200 fps
Rifle: "open" specification - must be safe to operate and have functioning safety
Round count (estimate): 240 rounds, firing extra rounds may be allowed on certain courses
Rifle target distances: majority 100-1000 yards, longer shots possible.
Pistol target distances : effective range of pistol
Two-day train-up available through Thunder Beast Training Group prior to match (not on match courses)
Almost all targetry will be reactive armor steel plate
Night-vision optics not required
Competition Dynamics Website - Sniper's Hide Cup Details
NOTE: This event will count with your PRS Points
Registration will be open at 12 NOON EST February 15th 2012, and all those who register and pay between February 15th and March 1st will shoot the match without an waiting list. All entries will be accepted. We are using our new electronic registration and payment system. You will be able to sign up and pay via credit card in our store immediately. This includes signing up and paying for the train up.
The 2013 Sniper's Hide Cup tests practical and field rifle shooting skills and supporting activities, which may include but is not limited to: long-range marksmanship, target recognition, wind estimation, range estimation, trail skills, movement over rugged terrain, physical challenges, low-light shooting, and organic problem solving. Individuals will be required to complete problems utilizing their rifle, a service-type pistol, and any ancillary gear that is carried during the entire match.
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