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Range 1,6 2022 Lay It On The Line - NRLX22 - Heuvelman

Friday, August 19, 2022 to Saturday, August 20, 2022
Racine County Line Rifle Club
8922 Rifle Range Rd
Racine, WI  53402

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Larry Heuvelman
Match Director
847-514-7377 (p)
847-514-7377 (c)
Range Reservation
Registration is not Required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Match Director: Larry Heuvelman
Cost: $85.00 for the event, Add $20 for Friday Night Lights Side Match-Double Elimination
Date: August 20th, 2022 (W/Friday Night Lights side match the night before)
Registration: Now until August 20th, 2022 on PractiScore
Round count: 130 plus site-in/malfunctions, etc. Add for Friday Night Lights (+/- 50-200, the
more you advance, the more you need)
Limited Spots Available: First come, first served!
Target distances will be between 25-300 yards.
Goodie bag with Dry-Fit T-shirt, match book, and other swag (No coupons for % off products)
Prizes include a table of sponsors, trophies, match winner, and division, and custom made prizes!
Friday, August 19th
Early Registration Opens 5:00-7:00 PM
The sight-in range will be open from 6-7:30 PM
Friday Night Lights Double Elimination Shoot
Range One, a random draw of names 7:40 PM
Pre-shoot Briefing at 7:50-8:00 PM
Match begins at 8:00-10:00 PM
Saturday, August 20th
Registration Opens 7:00-8:30 AM
The sight-in range will be open from 7:30-8:30 AM
Safety Briefing 8:45-9:00 AM
Match Begins 9:15 AM
Lunch is served to your squad, but keep shooting!
(catered lunch with soda and free water all day long)
The Award Ceremony immediately after the last squad has finished and the scores are tallied.
While waiting for us to tally up the scores, we have some games for you up near the club house.
The prize table. Please note, there are not any prizes that you have to buy something to get x%
off. We don’t think should you have to spend money when you win something, did you really
A lot of the prizes I personally donated. These are things that I made, such as the exotic wood
turned mechanical pencils. I routinely sell these for $125 a piece. Additionally, I made all of the
steel target prizes, they are not AR500, but great for 22’s. There is not a prize on the table you
won’t like to bring home!

25 to 300 yards

The person who has traveled the longest distance, get first choice of the custom exotic pencil as
an “additional gift”. (coin flip if you traveled together)
All stages are designed and tested by an experienced NRL22 match director, with no stages of
chance and a maximum distance of 350 yards.
All scoring is done on tablets with Practiscore.
Our range faces east, looking out over Lake Michigan; thus, the wind is almost always to our
back, making for better shooting conditions if there is wind.
Prize table walking order will be a combination of place finished and random draws. The top 3
overall and class winners walk the table first, then alternate between a random draw RO and the
subsequent highest match placement until all ROs have walked. They are followed by alternating
between a random draw shooter and the next highest match placement.
Range Officer (RO) opportunity
We feel strongly that a big key to a high-quality match is to have good ROs. Good ROs bring
consistency to the stages for a fair competition. We are looking for willing ROs to participate.
ROs will eat free, receive a “Goodie Bag”, walk the prize table with the rest of the shooters, and
receive appreciation and respect from the match directors and the shooters. ROs can shoot the
course of fire on Friday for $10 (required by the club) which will allow you to become
accustomed to the stages. Suppose you are new to precision rifle competitions. In that case,
RO’ing this match will be an excellent opportunity to get experience shooting with help from
match directors and experience spotting bullet impacts through spotting scopes. To RO and learn
more details, please reach out via phone or email (listed below). Please bring your favorite
Directions/Lodging and Food
The Racine County Line Rifle Club is physically located near the Oak Creek Power Plant (our
northern neighbor.) We have nine (9) ranges from 10 to 600 yards. Our club is private, and you
are only allowed to shoot on the two ranges for our event (unless you are a member.)
(Please follow the speed limits off I94; these are our neighbors.)
We suggest you take I94 to Exit 291 Hwy G (you can not get to the range via 7 Mile Rd., it is
permanently block off). Follow Hwy G to the end, turn left (north) about half a mile to the next
stop sign, and turn right (you are still on Hwy G). Stay on this road until you go under the
railroad bridge just after the stop sign, and take your first left. You will see our yellow signs with
a red “X” on them. When you get to the gate, our attendant will greet you; continue to follow the
signs to Range 1 to sign in.
We are only 15 minutes from I94, lodging and food are abundant all along I94. Just 8 minutes to
the south of Hwy G, at Hwy 20 and I94 and east along Hwy 20, there is lots to choose for both
lodging and food.
Other things to do:

Milwaukee has become the car-jacking capital of the US - beware! (I am not joking-over 10K
reported last year along). Yet, Milwaukee can be a lot of fun with good food. The Milwaukee Art
Museum is fantastic, and since 1969, the Safe-house has great burgers (if you know the password
to get in, look it up.)
Just 2 minutes from the range is Cliffside Park/Campground, a nice walk and great view of the
interior ocean in the US (have some humor, I know it is Lake Michigan.) You will pass the park
on your right as you approach the range after going under the bridge and turning left.
Racine is a lovely town with a sweet little zoo right on the beach. Seriously, there are lots of
beautiful beaches; the water should be great, have some fun! The now world-famous Kenosha is
just to the south (which got a bad rap) and has recovered nicely.

Thank you for registering. We have worked very hard and are committed to making this one of
the best NRL22X events you will shoot all year!

Larry Heuvelman
Cell/Text 847.514.7377