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The matches are conducted in what is referred to as "Full Fighting Order," which consists of tactical vest (with kit), helmet, ballistic eyewear and hearing protection.
Matches 11 to 17 are Service Rifle matches, Matches 21 to 26 are Combat Pistol Matches and Matches 31-34 are Canadian Army Skill At Arms Meeting matches.
Competitors must use issued equipment and accessories and specialized items such as shooting gloves or target rifle slings are not permitted.In the late 1980s, the Canadian Forces again assumed responsibility for CFSAC (then the Canadian Forces Small Arms Competition).The competition was suspended for a few years in the early 2000s.Match 16 - Canadian Ranger Open is open only to members of the Canadian Rangers and may be shot with either the current C7-series service rifle or with the .303 Lee–Enfield Number 4 Mark 1 bolt-action service rifle that is the standard-issue weapon of the Canadian Rangers.It is a three-stage, 36-round deliberate-fire service rifle match conducted at 600, 500 and 400 metres. Match 17 - The International is a five-stage, 52-round service rifle match with deliberate shooting, snap shooting and snap shooting against moving targets from 400 to 100 metres with run-downs, shot in the prone position.