Rifleshooter.com’s 50-25-7 Practical Carbine Standard

Rifleshooter.com’s 50-25-7 Practical Carbine Standard

Here is our standard carbine evaluation course, suggested target is an AT-99.

The AT-99 is a modified QIT-99, it is an excellent target for irons and optics.  The counter-shaded background provides a clear view of the target area when using irons sights at 200+ yards and the smaller aiming boxes provide points of reference for more precise shots.  I buy them from letargets.com

For scoring purposes, the small box is worth 6 pts, center box 5, inside solid line 3, and dotted line 1.  All times are par, no alibis. Starting position is weapon condition one:  safety on, muzzle below belt, shooter looking at target. I normally have shooters load five magazines with ten rounds each.

Stage 1, 50-yards: Load a magazine with ten rounds.  Fire 5 standing, 5 kneeling, reload, fire 10 prone.  60 seconds.

Stage 2, 50-yards: All shooting is done from behind a 2′ wide barricade.  Load a magazine with ten rounds.   Fire 5 kneeling barricade, 5 standing barricade; reload, fire 5 standing support shoulder barricade, 5 kneeling support shoulder barricade.  60 seconds.

Stage 3, 7-yards: Load a magazine with ten rounds.  Fire 2 rounds standing.  Repeat 5 times for a total of ten rounds.  3 seconds each exposure.

Optional 7-yard line:

Stage 3:  Load a magazine with ten rounds. Fire 5 rounds.  4 second par.

Stage 4: Fire 1 round at 2.5″ dot in 2 seconds, repeat 5 times.

1 Comment to Rifleshooter.com’s 50-25-7 Practical Carbine Standard

  1. Heck yeah this is excalty what I needed.

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