Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who is to attend the scoring clinic and coaches meeting?

The person that is going to score targets on the line needs to attend. Every team must supply people to score. More than on e person may attend the scoring clinic from each team. The coaches meeting will be 4:00 pm to 5 pm. The scoring meeting is at 3-4PM. Both meetings will be in the Downing Center we will have the exact location at registration.

Q: Can a shooter shoot in both 5 meter (BB) and 10 meter matches?

Yes, as long as they are on a team qualified to shoot as a member of team shooting in BB match (5 meter) they can shoot in 5 meter, and they can also shoot in 10 meter matches. There is no qualification to shoot in 10 meter. A shooter can shoot in 10 meter and not be qualified to shoot in 5 meter.

Q: What is the headquarters hotel? Do we have to stay there?

In order to receive the "Match" rate you must register through this link:
Rick Robey

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Q: Is there a meal plan offered?


Q: Where will matches be shot?

Both matches will be shot indoors at Rogers High School Field House.

Q: When are the matches?

July 2-4, 2010 for BB and July 4-6 for Air Rifle.

Q: When should a state match be held by in order for a team to qualify to shoot in the Daisy Nationals?

State matches should be held no later than May 9, 2010.

Q: Is there a registration fee to shoot in the BB Gun match?

For 2010, there is no registration fee for BB Gun teams, HOWEVER; YOU MUST HAVE YOUR REGISTRATION PAPERS IN TO DENISE JOHNSON BY MAY 15, 2010.

Q: Can the same gun be used by different individuals or members of a team?

Yes they can, as long as the gun has been checked and approved for use before the competition.

Q: Can the participants compete in more than one competition?

Competitors may shoot in BB Gun, Air Gun or both, however the Air Gun registration fee must be paid.

Q: Can a team compete if there was no state match?

In Air Rifle Competitions, anyone can compete - it is open invitation. In BB Gun, the teams MUST have completed the Shooting Education course, and MUST have competed in a state qualifying match which can be hosted by either the Jaycees, 4-H (but not exclusively) or another organization using current NRA competition rules and regulations. They must register with a qualifying team score. They must have placed in the top three teams in that State match for BB Gun.

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Q: Where is the Housing Form?

Each team is responsible for getting their own motel reservations. Information to make reservations at the host hotel is on the Hotel page.

Q: What Airgun matches are being held?

Our air rifle match will be an open match. We will have a three position sporter and a three position precision match only.

Q: Where do I find information to have NRA sanction my state match?

Find information at: http://nrahq.org/compete/dept-tourn-ops.asp

Q: Where do I find the newest version of the NRA BB Gun Rules?

NRAHQ Rules Changes

Q: Where do I find the update on the "sighter rule"?

NRA BB Gun Rules Position Statement

Q: where do I find information about Rogers, Arkansas including attractions, restaurants, motels and camping?

Visit the Rogers, Arkansas CVB website at: www.visitrogersarkansas.com