Contact: Peter Visconti
Physical Address:
7450 Route 9
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Mailing Address:
60 Oak Street
Champlain, NY 12919

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To consist of 10 matches, All Ten of which will be fired on your home range with
scores entered on line. Match 10 targets must be mailed to the league director for scoring.

NRA smallbore rules will apply. Any sights (irons or scope)

Electronic Targets are permitted

Handicapped shooters are welcome (no doctors note required)


Four-Position Division
The course of fire will be 10 shots per stage, prone, sitting, kneeling and
standing at 50 ft. on the A17 target. Or on the 33’ on the AR-5/10 targets air rifle.

Prone Division
The course of fire is be 40 shots prone fired on the USA-50 targets. Please be sure to include the number of “10”s fired for tiebreaking (for match 6&10). As a point of reference the USA-50 Targets requires the ten ring (dot) to be covered to be considered a “ten”.

Air Rifle / Standing
The Course of fire is 40 shots Standing on .177 air rifle, on the AR-5/10 target at 33’; Please be sure to include the number of “10”s fired for tiebreaking (for match 6&10).

Sporter Rifle Division
The course of fire will be 10 shots per stage, prone, sitting, kneeling and
standing at 50 ft. on the A17 target. Or Air Rifle at 33’ on the AR-5/10 targets air rifle.


Shooters are permitted to fire in one, two, three or all four divisions (disciplines) however they must register and pay separately for each division they compete in.

Open to teams/clubs and individuals

Please make sure to enter the birth dates (or at least year of birth) for all your shooters so that they can be categorized as Senior or Juniors.

You may enter your scores at any time prior to the due dates (feel free to start early), if on any particular week a team captain is unavailable or unable to enter their scores, then you may send them into the league via e-mail to VTWinterPostalLeague@Yahoo.com and we can enter them for you.

Week One scores are to be submitted by Sat 1/12/19 and then weekly thereafter.
Week Two scores due by 1/19/19
Week Three scores due by 1/26/19
Week Four scores due by 2/2/19
Week Five scores due by 2/9/19 (brackets are set for match 6)
Bye week for match 6
Week Six scores due by 2/23/19 (this is our first bracket match)
Week Seven scores due by 3/2/19
Week eight scores due by 3/9/19
Week nine scores due by 3/16/19 (brackets are set for match 10)
Bye week for match 10
Week Ten scores due by 3/30/19, Targets should be mailed or hand delivered
no later than Saturday 3/30/2019

Handicapped / Physically challenged shooters are welcome

Team captains and individual competitors will submit scores on or
before the Saturday of each week.
Note if you find a mistake in a score that you submitted you may change same prior to the due date, via netcompetitor.com, after that date you may change it, but the computer system will not update scores until it is approved by the league.

Team Match
The top for individual scores from each team will count as the clubs team score. An individual may fire more than one discipline each week and that person’s top score can be used for the team score, however only one score may be used.

Handicap score, if a team has fewer than four shooters then a team will automatically receive a score for one additional shooter, this score will be tabulated by averaging the top three shooters and then multiply that score by 75%. This handicap is good for one additional shooter only, the score does not count towards any individual shooter, it shall only county towards the team result for that week and the team’s season total. For example if the top shooters have an average of 390 you would multiply by 75% for a 292 score added to the team result.

Match results will be reported to team captains/contacts and individual unaffiliated competitors weekly. Via e-mail and can be seen directly at https://national.rifleleague.com, individual shooters make sure the league has your e-mail address.

To be eligible for final end of the season ranking a shooter must fire in a minimum of 50% of the league matches.
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Bracket Match
4-P Winners will be chosen from each group of 4 shooters who will be ranked into mini-match groups according to their weekly aggregate averages. If,
after dividing the shooter list by 4, if only 2 competitors are left, those persons will be merged with the next mini-group. Ties will be broken by position (Standing then Kneeling then Sitting, and then Prone Score).

Prone Winners, will be chosen from each group of 4 shooters who will be ranked into mini-match groups according to their weekly aggregate averages. If,
after dividing the shooter list by 4, if only 2 competitors or less are left in a bracket, those shooters will be merged with the next mini-group.
Ties will be broken by the number of tens. Please note when scoring “Tens” on the USA-50 target the ten ring “dot” must be covered by the shot. The plug will cover the dot.

Air Rifle/ Standing Winners, will be chosen from each group of 4 shooters who will be ranked into mini-match groups according to their weekly aggregate averages. If, after dividing the shooter list by 4, if only 2 competitors or less are left in a bracket, those shooters will be merged with the next mini-group.Ties will be broken by the number of tens.

Sporter Rifle Winners will be chosen from each group of 4 shooters who will be ranked into mini-match groups according to their weekly aggregate averages. If, after dividing the shooter list by 4, if only 2 competitors are left, those persons will be merged with the next mini-group. Ties will be broken by position (Standing then Kneeling then Sitting, and then Prone Score).

The winner of the team championship (highest total aggregate for the 10
matches) will be declared the Team Champion and will have their team name engraved on the league plaque.

Fees $6.00 per competitor; Competitors can fire in both the 4-P, Prone and Standing Divisions but must register separately & pay for each division.
(There are no additional Team Fees)


Correspondence to:
Peter C. Visconti
VTWinterPostalLeague@yahoo.com
60 Oak Street
Champlain, New York 12919
518-534-1730


FACEBOOK, The league is on Facebook, you can find us under “Vermont Winter Postal League”, check out the page and “like” us. Team captains please find someone with a smart phone and take a team photo and some action shots during some of your club matches during the season to share on the page.

Past League Champions
1975 Covered Bridge1991 Burlington2002 Whitehall2013 Whitehall
1976 Burlington1992 Burlington2003 Whitehall2014 Albion
1977 Covered Bridge1993 Burlington2004 Whitehall2015 Albion
1978 Whitehall 1994 Burlington2005 Whitehall 2016 Sutter
1979 Whitehall 1995 Fort Ann2006 Whitehall2017 Chico
1985 Whitehall1996 Burlington2007 Whitehall2018 Chico
1986 Whitehall 1997 Burlington2008 Whitehall
1987 Burlington1998 Burlington2009 Whitehall
1988 Burlington1999 Fort Ann2010 Whitehall
1989 Burlington2000 Whitehall2011 Whitehall
1990 Burlington2001 Whitehall2012 Whitehall