High Power Rifle Shooting

High Power Rifle is a shooting sport that originated in the United States, which is the only place where the sport is popular.

There are four common types of High Power Rifle matches: Service rifle, Open, Axis and Allies and F-Class, of which the Service rifle matches are the most popular.

A service rifle match is conducted in four stages. 

Points are awarded for each of the 50 shots. The shooter with the highest number of aggregate points is declared as the winner. In case of a tie, shots at the much smaller "X" target within the primary target is used to decide the winner.

F-Class matches, which involve shooting from 300 to 1200 yards, in a prone position is slowly gaining popularity.

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