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CMP
(Civilian Marksmanship Program)

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THESE MATCHES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 

ALL NONMEMBERS MUST COMPLETE AND SIGN A LIABILITY RELEASE FORM ON ENTERING THE CLUB.

 

2018 MATCH SCHEDULE
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SATURDAY, 15 December
Bolt-Action & Semi-Auto Match
2019 MATCH SCHEDULE
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SATURDAY, 16 March
Bolt-Action Match
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SATURDAY, 20 April
Semi-Auto Match
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SATURDAY, 18 May
Bolt-Action Match
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SATURDAY, 22 June
Semi-Auto Match
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SATURDAY, 20 July
Bolt-Action Match
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SATURDAY, 21 September
Semi-Auto Match
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SATURDAY, 26 October
Bolt-Action Match
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SATURDAY, 16 November
Semi-Auto Match
FOOD AND DRINK WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THESE MATCHES.
SHOOTERS & SPECTATORS ARE ADVISED TO BRING THEIR OWN.

Registration (Lower Hall): 09:00 - 09:40
Safety Meeting & Match Start: 10:00
$10.00 Entry Fee
We shoot "Rain or Shine"
LIABILITY RELEASE FORM
(Required for all nonmembers,
both shooters & spectators)

Print it out and bring it to the match
to save time at registration.

Bring a Stapler & Staples (if you have them) to help speed up target changes!

THE 100 YD SECTION OF THE OUTDOOR RANGE IS CLOSED
TO OTHER ACTIVITIES DURING THESE MATCHES, FROM 10:00 TO 13:00.

30-06 ammunition will be available at greatly reduced prices.
(All ammo purchased from the Club at the match must be used at the match.)


DIVISIONS

SERVICE RIFLE
Rifles used must be in the configuration of an unmodified service rifle - Iron Sights Only.

"Bolt-Action" Service Rifle:
Any military bolt-action firearm, (M1903, M1917, Enfield, Mauser 98, Mosin-Nagant, etc.) may be used in any "Bolt-Action" Match.

"Semi-Auto" Service Rifle:
Any military semi-automatic firearm, (Garand, SKS, AK-47, AR-15, M1A, FN-FAL, etc.) may be used in any "Semi-Auto" Match.

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Any centerfire rifle, with any sights, may be used; they need not conform to service rifle restrictions. However, only bolt-action rifles are allowed in bolt-action matches, and only semi-automatic rifles are allowed in semi-auto matches. The course of fire is the same as in Service Rifle Division.

.22 RIMFIRE
Any .22 rimfire rifle, with any sights, may be used; they need not conform to service rifle restrictions.
The course of fire is the same as in Service Rifle Division.
COURSE OF FIRE

The CMP course of fire is designed to test the shooter's skill and concentration when shooting at a series of targets set up 100 yards away.

STRING #1 - 10 rounds in 10 minutes
The first string has each shooter starting off with ten rounds, loading each round singly. This is shot "off hand"; that is, standing up to shoot at the target. No slings may be used.

STRING #2 - 10 rounds in 60 seconds
Next, the shooter fires from either a kneeling or sitting position, using two magazines: one loaded with two rounds, the other with eight. Rifles with a magazine round limit of five may use two 5-round magazines.

STRING #3 - 10 rounds in 70 seconds
The third target is shot from a prone position. Again, there must be a magazine reload.

STRING #4 - 20 rounds in 20 minutes
The last string is also fired from the prone position, loading a single round each time.

For bolt-action matches, the course of fire is the same, except that the sitting/kneeling rapid fire string has a time limit of 70 seconds and the prone rapid fire string is 80 seconds.

For more information, contact
Geoff Plante  -  978-835-2230  -  gmplante@gmx.com