Register Now for 2016 National Rimfire Sporter Rifle Match at Camp Perry

By Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer

The Rimfire Sporter Match uses .22 rifles, designated into three classes: T Class for telescope-sighted rifles, O Class for open-sighted rifles and Tactical rifles.
The Rimfire Sporter Match uses .22 rifles, designated into three classes: T Class for telescope-sighted rifles, O Class for open-sighted rifles and Tactical rifles.
Civilian Marksmanship Program
Civilian Marksmanship Program

Camp Perry, OH -(AmmoLand.com)- Men, women and children of all ages, sign up now for the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) revered and thrilling National Rimfire Sporter Match – fired Saturday, July 9, 2016, during the National Matches at Camp Perry.

The match, as well as its free corresponding clinic, is an unparalleled way to prepare first-time shooters for competition-style shooting, while also allowing experienced marksmen to rekindle a nostalgic connection with a .22 rifle.

Perfect for a variety of marksmen, many youth shooting organizations and senior clubs make the Rimfire Sporter Match an annual tradition during the Matches. Fired from 50 and 25 yards, the event is simple enough for new shooters to complete and is also uniquely challenging for experienced riflemen. The match is also an ideal opportunity for families or old friends to participate in a fun afternoon of entertaining competition.

Rifles used during the competition may be manually operated or semi-automatic and supported with sights or a sling. Competitors will complete slow fire prone, rapid fire prone, slow fire sitting or kneeling, rapid fire sitting or kneeling, slow fire standing and rapid fire standing shot sequences.

Many junior and senior clubs make the National Rimfire Sporter Match an annual tradition – bringing together marksmen of all ages for a challenging day of fun.
Many junior and senior clubs make the National Rimfire Sporter Match an annual tradition – bringing together marksmen of all ages for a challenging day of fun.

Three different classifications of rifles will be used during the competition: “O Class” for open-sighted rifles, “T Class” for telescope-sighted rifles and the recently-added “Tactical Rimfire” class. Awards are offered to High Juniors, High Seniors, High Women as well as Overall winners will be named for each class.

The CMP provides gold, silver and bronze achievement medals with neck ribbons for presentation to National Match competitors who equal or exceed Achievement Award Scores. Awards will also be given to the High Junior, High Senior, High Woman and Overall winners in each of the three Rimfire class competitions.
The CMP provides gold, silver and bronze achievement medals with neck ribbons for presentation to National Match competitors who equal or exceed Achievement Award Scores. Awards will also be given to the High Junior, High Senior, High Woman and Overall winners in each of the three Rimfire class competitions.

The free instructional Rimfire Sporter Clinic will be held Friday, July 8 from 4-6 p.m. The course will include demonstrations and presentations by qualified members of the CMP and will cover rules, Course of Fire, safety instructions and competition procedures. Competitors with no previous Rimfire Sporter Match experience are strongly encouraged to attend this engaging and informative class.

More information about the Rimfire Sporter Match can be found by visiting http://thecmp.org/cmp-national-matches/national-rimfire-sporter-match/.

For more information on the National Matches, visit http://thecmp.org/cmp-national-matches/.

About the Civilian Marksmanship Program:

The 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 www.TheCMP.org.

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