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Remaining 2017 Match Dates
Registration and Practice: Gate opens at 7:30AM. Registration will begin approx. 8am. Sight in time starts at 8:30.
Match: The match begins at 9AM and ends at approx. 2PM.
Competition is open to the public.
Required Equipment: Hearing protection, eye protection, rifle, and ammunition. Also, do not forget your entry fees!!
Highly Recommended Equipment: Long sleeve shirt and long pants, hat, sunscreen, shooting mat or carpet (about 3′ x 6′), ammo for practice, food and drink.
Course of Fire
There are three matches. Each match is a 30 shot, Match Course “A”, fired at 200 yards on an SR target. 10 shots prone slow-fire, 10 shots prone rapid-fire, and 10 shots standing slow-fire. There will be “ONE” sight-in period prior to Match #1. We will have a time period sufficient to sight in two of your rifles if necessary.
Winner will be awarded a prize as determined by the Match Director. “Usually” first place, overall for all three matches, is an entry fee refund. This greatly depends on match attendance.
Rifles must be those conforming to the As-Issued Military Rifle Rules as defined in Section 9.1.1 (1) of the CMP Rule Book. These rifles being in one of the following categories:
Section 6.3.2, M1 Garand in as-issued condition.
Section 6.3.3, M1903 Springfield in as-issued condition.
Section 6.3.4, Other US Rifle (Model 1917 or Krag) in as-issued condition.
Section 6.3.6, Foreign Military Rifles, must be manually operated and in as-issued condition.
**** Service rifles, match prepped rifles and rifles that fall into the “Modern Military” category are welcome but will be considered “Out of Competition” and not eligible for prizes. ****
$20 flat fee. You can fire one, two or three matches for $20.
Class room and range time, if needed, 8:00am thru 2:pm
Vintage and High Power
The Vintage Rifle and High Power clinic is designed for beginning and intermediate shooters. Using training material from the Civilian Marksmanship Program topics of shooting fundamentals, various sling positions essential for shooting in matches, as well as match rules, etiquette, and protocol are cover. Vintage Rifle and High Power clinics “may” include live firing on Range #7.
Essential equipment includes a rifle that meets CMP rules for Garand, Springfield, or foreign military rifles, and a USGI sling or leather sling. Strongly suggested equipment includes shooting equipment such as shooting jacket, mitt, scope, pencil or pen, paper, hat with brim, sunscreen, and bottled water. There is no charge to participate.
Vintage rifle scores will be emailed out to all contestants the submit a legible and real email address.
For more information email Dan Warren
Soft drinks, water and snacks are available for purchase in the clubhouse. Restrooms are available in the club house.