Precision Service Rifle (PSR) is a shooting discipline recognized by the National Rifle Association of Australia (NRAA). It’s outlined in Chapter 24 of the Standard Shooting Rules (SSR). PSR matches provide competitors with challenging shooting conditions and varied positions. Some key rules include:

  • Rifle Specifications: Competitors use centerfire rifles with specific calibre and weight restrictions.
  • Positions: Shooters engage targets from various positions, including prone, sitting, kneeling, and standing.
  • Distances: Targets are placed at varying distances, from short to long range.
  • Time Limits: Shooters have limited time to engage each target.
  • Scoring: Hits on target zones earn points, and penalties apply for misses or procedural errors.