Registration for the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Oklahoma CMP Games opened on Jan. 1, 2017 for shooters everywhere.
The firing members of Team CMP had an extremely successful competition, leading them to the overall win in the 4-Man Team Match.
Herrin managed to outshoot last year’s 5-Gun winner, which is a feat he was unable to reach in 2015 as he finished just short in second place.
It’s a carnival at the IDPA Indoor Nationals in Massachusetts. Plus, we’re discovering history inside the Civilian Marksmanship Program, and building M1 Garands that could be yours.
CMP is excited to announce that its innovative Talladega Marksmanship Park will play host to the American Marksman National Championship Jan. 6-8, 2017.
In 2016, the CMP celebrated 20 years of successfully implementing its mission of promoting marksmanship competition and safety.
For the last decade, the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Camp Perry Open has been a thrilling and unique destination for air rifle and air pistol competitors.
Registration has officially begun for the CMP 2017 Advanced Maintenance Clinics. Interested persons may register now until Dec. 2, 2017.
The targets feature state-of-the-art technology and remove the need for pit duty while also providing other innovative qualities designed for competitors.
CMP is pleased to announce planning is underway for a number of new and exciting programs for the 2018 National Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio.
The match served as the last on CMP’s old target system, with an entirely new firing line of technology after firing completed in the range on Sunday.
After months of intense competition, the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Monthly Match League has come to a close. The league is an added competition.
Junior air rifle marksmen of all experience levels are invited to participate in one of the (CMP) most popular air gun events of the year, the (GAI).
Like tumbleweeds in the wind, nearly 200 marksmen and women rolled through the desert to fire in one of the CMP’s most unique matches of the year – the Western CMP Travel Games.
The CMP will officially open for registration on Nov. 1, 2016, for any junior air gun marksman involved in 4-H, Scouts, American Legion, club or JROTC.
Our current MegaLink Target Systems will be available for purchase as we upgrade to an optical target system by Kongsberg Target Systems in our air gun ranges.
The following series highlights questions asked of current college student athletes and coaches – some of whom are alumni of the Civilian Marksmanship Program. The series will cover how juniors…..
Those who missed the inaugural New England Games passed up an incredible opportunity for leisurely competition, social amusement and unforgettable marksmanship memories below the beautiful…..
Three-Position Air Rifle shooting is one of the most popular youth shooting programs in America. Its massive participation base includes more than 2,000 JROTC programs in schools, hundreds…..
Back on American soil, as the Olympians made strides in female sports on a global level, the women in Ohio were proving they too compete to succeed.
Be a part of the new “Southern Classic” as the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) hosts its second Talladega 600 – the perfect getaway for rifle, pistol and shotgun enthusiasts.
Jim Laughland, 77, of Timonium, Md., was the honorary presenter of the Alice Bull Trophy during the 2016 National Trophy Rifle Matches at Camp Perry.
Winning the overall 60 Shot Air Pistol Match was Alexander Chichkov, 22, of Tampa, FL, who fired a score of 575-17x.
Despite sweltering 90-degree summer heat, Ted James, 37, of Woodville, OH, had an incredible day on July 9 as he was named the overall winner of both the T-Class and the Tactical Class competition.
On July 11, the 2016 National Trophy Pistol Matches officially kicked off with an incredible show of historic tributes and today’s marksmanship talent.