Since nobody followed up on naming a winner and picking a target from the October results, I'm going to throw this one out there. It'll run from today through 1/1/19, to include all the holidays (and hopefully days off) for most everybody. Standard CFF Monthly Rimfire Benchrest Challenge Rules - Target Size: Standard 8 1/2 x 11 paper - Choose the "Print to fit" option when printing. - Target distance: 50 yards - Any shooting position you'd like - Front rests, bipods, front/rear shooting bags, bunny ears, ... etc. are all ok. - No full length rifle mechanical rail/sled type rests allowed - Iron sights or optics of your choice are all allowed - All done on the honor system. Shoot it, score it, post it. - Winner chooses the target and challenge for the next month. - Post copy of your target, setup, where shot, and score Scoring: - 6 targets to shoot - 10 shots per page - Max of 3 hits per package, if there are more they are scored as zeros (to make sure you shoot all four positive packages, and don't load up the big one at the bottom left. - A hit is any shot touching only one target. So you can put it completely inside a gift, or breaking the line around the outer edge...but if it splits two packages, including ribbon, it's a zero - The point value of each package is listed at the top, four are positives, two are negatives Tie Breaker(s): 1. Rescore your target in this method: any shot touching color but not touching ribbon, so 100% inside a color portion, counts as double...and this goes for both positive and negative point values. So take that into account when you're taking your shots. 2. If necessary, cheapest price (per round) of the going rate for ammo used, based on whatever site we can find with any ammo used by those that end in a tie. We'll start with Outdoor Limited, then Brownell's, then Midway, and hope we're done by then. somebody please let me know if the PDF attachment works... Just for reference when looking at the rules, here's what the target looks like: You ought to be able to print B&W if you need to, just remember what goes where. Or have your kids/grandkids color it for you.