Lenz Boys Overtake Talladega Marksmanship Park 800 Aggregate Match

By Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer

Jacob Lenz from Freeport, Florida, was the High Junior of the 800 Aggregate Match at Talladega. His father, John, was the overall winner of the event.
Jacob Lenz from Freeport, Florida, was the High Junior of the 800 Aggregate Match at Talladega. His father, John, was the overall winner of the event.
Civilian Marksmanship Program
Civilian Marksmanship Program

TALLADEGA, Ala. -(Ammoland.com)- John Lenz, 54, of Freeport, FL, was the overall winner of the 800 Aggregate Match at the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Talladega Marksmanship Park, with a score of 753-13x.

His son, Jacob Lenz, 19, followed his father’s noteworthy performance by becoming the High Junior of the match as he fired a score of 721-8x.

A 1,000 Aggregate Match was also held at the park, with Brian McElhaney, 47, of Pembroke Pines, FL, topping the Match Rifle competition with an overall score of 972-36x. Jonathan O’Neal, 43, of Marietta, GA, led the Service Rifle division with a score of 970-29x.

Both matches were held Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017, on the 600-yard range of CMP’s Talladega Marksmanship Park, which is fully equipped with electronic scoring targets.

The aggregate matches are challenging tests of shooting endurance that are open to competitors of all ages and experience levels.

The 800 Aggregate Course of Fire includes 20 shots of slow fire standing at 200 yards, followed by 20 shots of rapid fire sitting at the same distance.

The 1,000 Aggregate Service Rifle winner was Jonathan O'Neal of Marietta, GA.
The 1,000 Aggregate Service Rifle winner was Jonathan O'Neal of Marietta, GA.

The next stage features 20 shots of rapid prone at 300 yards, and competitors finish with 20 shots slow fire prone at 600 yards. The 1,000 Aggregate Course of Fire mirrors the 800, with an extra stage of slow fire prone added at 600 yards.

Aggregate events are held monthly, with the next 1,000 Agg. matches scheduled to be fired March 4 and April 1-2. Future 1,000 Agg. matches are set for Aug. 26 and Oct. 7-8, with some also featuring a coinciding EIC Rifle event.

Other upcoming matches at Talladega Marksmanship Park include:

February:

  • Feb. 18 – USPSA – Practical Pistol event
  • Feb. 25 – IDPA – International Defensive Pistol event
  • Feb. 25 – 3-Gun Match – Multi-gun (Rifle, Handgun and Shotgun) transitional event

March:

  • March 4 – 1,000 Agg.
  • March 12 – Bullseye Pistol
  • March 18-19 – International Rifle & Pistol
  • March 25-26 – Project Appleseed Clinic – Rifle learning event

April:

  • April 1-2 – 1,000 Agg/EIC – Rifle
  • April 1 – EIC Pistol/.22 Rimfire Pistol Match
  • April 22 – Garand-Springfield-Modern/Vintage Military (GSM) Rifle Match
  • April 22 – Carbine Rifle Match

For more about Talladega Marksmanship Park events, including registration info, visit their website.

Competitors in the 800 and 1,000 Agg. Matches fired upon the electronic targets of the 600-yard range at Talladega, which feature LED scoring monitors.
Competitors in the 800 and 1,000 Agg. Matches fired upon the electronic targets of the 600-yard range at Talladega, which feature LED scoring monitors.

To view a complete list of results of the 800 and 1,000 Aggregate, check the CMP Competition Tracker page on their website.

 

About Talladega Marksmanship Park:

The CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park is one of the most advanced outdoor facilities in the country. Boasting the latest technological advances in the realm of marksmanship, including electronic targets and scoring monitors, it is a must-see destination for firearm supporters across the country. The park is open to the public, year round.

 

About The Civilian Marksmanship Program:

Civilian Marksmanship Program is a federally chartered 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation. It is dedicated to firearm safety and marksmanship training and to the promotion of marksmanship competition for citizens of the United States.

For more information about the CMP and its programs, log onto their website.

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