Instruction Sheet Included
How to Score – A shot hole, the leading edge of which comes in contact with the outside of the bullseye or scoring rings of a target, is given the higher value. A scoring gauge will be used to determine the value of close shots. The higher value will be allowed in those cases where the flange on the gauge touches the scoring ring. Each person who scores targets must understand correct scoring with the scoring gauge. The gauge should be held by the handle when being pushed into the shot hole The value of a shot should be determined before the scoring gauge is removed. If it is difficult to determine the value of a shot: You might try using a magnifying glass.
Hughes Precision is manufacturing new gauges that conform to the official NRA Standard Dimensions
GAUGES AVAILABLE IN MOST STANDARD CALIBERS
These gauges are made from 6061 aluminum alloy bar with a natural finish, on one of our CNC lathes.
We only make parts for the shooting sports.
Made In Michigan U.S.A.