LiTLR Leage Official Rules

The Offical LiTLR League rules are:

  • Firearms Permitted:
    • All firearms used must legally be defined as handguns or SBR’s.
      • 10.5″ maximum barrel length
        • Measured from breech face to end of muzzle device.
      • .30cal minimum bore diameter.
      • .458 cal maximum bore diameter.
      • 1600fps maximum muzzle velocity.
      • 250gn maximum projectile weight.
  • A pistol brace must be affixed to the gun.
    • Folding butt stocks are allowed.
    • Brace may be folded or unfolded unless required to be unfolded for a stage.
  • Gun must have at least one of the following:
    • functional mechanical safety.
    • external hammer.
  • Gun must be able to accept a bipod mounted to the fore end.
    • Some stages will require a bipod to be used.
  • No bags/pillows/pads allowed.
  • Brakes/Suppressors are allowed.
  • 30 seconds per shot.
  • 1 shot per target.
  • Firing at each stage to be done from each of:
    • prone, sitting, kneeling, standing.
  • 10 rounds per stage.
  • Targets are to be:
    • Placed at distances from 100-500m.
    • Life size and shape silhouettes of animals.
    • Zombie silhouettes.
    • Extinct product logos.
    • Punctuation marks scaled to 2.5-3.5MOA.
    • Orange or white clay shotgun targets.
      • Targets are to be placed such that they provide a target width of at least 2 minutes of angle from the stage firing position.
  • Scoring is on targets successfully engaged divided by time taken in seconds in each of the following classes:
    • Semi-Auto Class
    • Bolt Action Class
    • Break Action Class
    • Other/Open Class
  • Overall match winner is the one with the most targets successfully engaged.
    • Tie results in sudden death shoot off with 15 second shot clock.
  • Maximum weapon weight: 5lbs
  • Stage timing is started when a shooter’s foot touches the ground outside of the 2’x2′ starting box.
  • Shooters are not permitted to use shooting jackets, shooting gloves, shooting shoes, slings, vision blocking devices.
  • Shooters may not have any part of their gun mechanically fixed to any prosthetic limb.
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