Championship Rules and Regulations
a. Pre-registration entry fee is $19.00 per 100 targets, all events. To qualify for
pre-registration entry fee, a completed entry form and payment must be received in
the office of the Tournament Director no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, March 20,
1992, Eligibility forms may be submitted to the registration desk at the tournament
b. Pre-registration entry fee covers registration, targets, and ammunition.
c. Entry fees cover registration, targets and ammunition. This
tournament shall fire Winchester ammunition in all competition rounds and shoot-off
rounds, no exceptions.
2. Late Registration
a. Entries received after the March 20,1992 deadline will not receive free
competitor ammunition. Shooters will be responsible for providing their own
ammunition if they fail to pre-register for any or all events, and must fire the same
type of new Winchester ammunition being used during the event in question.
b. Should a school's payment procedure prohibit payment by the pre-
registration deadline, a school will be permitted to pre-register without payment
(and receive free competitor ammunition) provided that the team coach or advisor
submit a completed entry form by the pre-registration deadline as well as certify
the school's inability to process payment before the deadline. However, the school
will be required to pay the late registration fee of $21.00 per 100 targets for all
events in question.
3. At registration a Coach may substitute without penalty for shooter(s) listed on the
original Official Entry Form.
4. No refunds allowed in the event of disqualifications.
5. Registered Targets
a. International events are registered with NRA and used for
b. Fees waived courtesy of NRA.
c. Membership in NRA is not required.
d. NRA will donate memberships as per awards program.
6. American Trap, American Skeet and Sporting Clays are non-registered events.
1. Eligibility Requirements
Recognizing that the primary purpose of student life on campus is academic
achievement and to further underscore the importance of academic progress and
since a 2.0 GPA is an established standard for graduation, this standard shall be
maintained for all participants in ACU-I regional and international competitions. In
recognition of the significant changes in enrollment trends in higher education in
the Recreation Committee hereby establishes the following:
a. All undergraduate participants must be enrolled at the time of the
tournament competition for a minimum of 3 credit hours per term and must
maintain a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA (based on a 4.0 system) as
determined by the institution in which the participant is currently enrolled.
b. Unless participating during their first term of enrollment at a college or
university, all participants shall have completed a minimum of 3 credit hours
prior participation in their first tournament.
c. Participants must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 6 classroom hours
between regional tournament appearance.
d. An individual student's participation is restricted to five (5) years.
e. In case of student's graduating from a school, a student will be considered
eligible to participate in the regional and/or international tournaments with
less than 3 hours status provided the student is taking the required amount
of hours needed for graduation for the current semester/quarter. If a
graduating student is eligible for the international tournament. Graduate
participants must be full-time students as determined by their graduate
f. Certification of eligibility must be completed by the registrar's office.
g. The Championships are open to all accredited colleges and universities,
including two-year colleges.
h. Students who compete in their respective Regional Games (bowling,
billiards, etc.) will be eligible to enter the Annual Clay Target
i. ACU-I Championship management reserves the right to refuse any entry
and to change the program as conditions
j. Participation in a regional or sectional tournament is not a prerequisite
to entering the ACU-I Clay Target Championships.
2. Determination of Ineligibility
A shooter will be declared Ineligible by:
a. Participating in any tournament competition under an assumed name.
b. Accepting financial aid other than that administered through the institution,
which is awarded for the entrant's particular tournament skill.
c. Signing a professional contract or holding membership with a professional
tournament organization in the tournament area of the ACU-I Recreation
Committee in which entrant chooses to participate.
d. Accepting financial assistance from a professional organization or a
commercial organization for the use of a name or picture when this use
clearly implies endorsement of a product
e. Receiving remuneration other than for expenses incurred in travel to and
from the studio for radio or television appearances relating to the respective
tournament conducted by the ACU-I Recreation Committee in which entrant
chooses to participate.
f. Accepting awards which are not acceptable to the institution or other
recognized association to which the institution belongs.
g. Receiving compensation from any of the arms, ammunition or target
companies or individuals directly affiliated with these industries for shooting
or for display and sale of their merchandise.
h. Acting in any manner that would be considered hazardous to other
competitors or handling a firearm dangerously may cause removal from
further participation and declaration of ineligibility for further competition
sponsored by the ACU-I Recreation Committee.
In addition, failing to abide by any of the rules and regulations printed in this
program may result in disqualification.
1. Shooter Responsibility
a. It is the shooter's responsibility to be familiar with the program,
regulations printed therein, and the regulations governing any event
entered. Regulations governing the ACU-I Championships as contained
in this program supersede ATA, NSSA, USSCA and the NRA
International Shotgun Rules. Officials will not be held responsible for
a competitor's failure to obtain and become familiar with the
b. Shooters must be on Gun Club grounds ready to shoot by one-half hour
prior to their scheduled shooting time.
c. When a squad is called to the line, all shooters shall report immediately.
Where a shooter is missing, the name of the shooter and the assigned
squad number will be called three (3) times with-in a period of one
minute. If the shooter does not appear, the squad shall go to the line and
commence shooting. Missing shooters shall be assessed a resquadding
fee of $2.00 and will be required to make up the round at the end of the
day's regular competition. In International Skeet and International Trap a
shooter shall be fined three (3) targets.
d. Flankers failing to show and complete their assignments will be fined two
(2) targets in the event in question (see GENERAL REGULATIONS, #9).
a. Winchester ammunition shall be provided for all competition and shoot-off
rounds. No other brands and no re-load ammunition shall be permitted
during the competition.
b. On the day of each event, ammunition will be checked out to pre-
registered participants. Proof of registration will be required to receive
ammunition. Ammunition may be checked out to the shooter or
theshooter's coach or advisor providing the coach/advisor presents the
shooter's ammunition check-out card to the clerk (see ENTRY FEES).
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