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RIFLEMAN'S FALL CLASSIC 2017

November 4 & 5, 2017

Who can participate: You do not need to be a member of Central Carolina Gun Club to participate. Participants in the CMP Sanctioned matches must meet the eligibility requirements for CMP sanctioned events listed in the CMP Rifle and Competition Rules.

A CMP Affidavit form is required.

If you can have the document notarized beforehand, please do! I'm trying to find a  public notary  available to notarized this document for you at the match.


Saturday, November 4th:

Match #1 

(JCG/SPR/MVB):John C. Garand/Springfield Rifle/Military Vintage Bolt Rifles. (CMP Sanctioned) Allowed rifles include as-issue M1 Garand, 1903 /1903A3 Springfield, M1917 Enfield,1941 Johnsons, and U.S.

Krag Rifles, and all foreign military Bolt Rifles. Rifles must be in "as issued" configuration with trigger weight of not less than 4 1/2 pounds. Rifles are subject to random inspection by the match director or designate. Rifles with heavy barrels or other accuracy modifications/refinements will be moved to the Modified match category. Specific rules concerning “as issue” rifles can be found in the CMP rulebook. Let's stay in the spirit of this match and keep these rifles “as-issue”match legal!  

Match #2 

(UMG):Unlimited Garand allows modified versions of these same rifles per CMP rules for an Unlimited Garand Match. Allowed rifles are the same as the John C. Garand Match except they may have been modified to improve accuracy (trigger job, glass bed, heavy barrel, refined sights, etc...) Iron sights only. We don’t hold this match because its CMP sanctioned (it’s not), we hold it because it’s fun! 

Match #3

Fun Match (CCF). This is an “out-of-competition” match for M1 Carbines and other non-scoped WWII era rifles not allowed in matches 1 or 2. Accuracy modifications are allowed.

Sunday, November 5th:

Match #4

(JCG/SPR/MVB):John C. Garand/Springfield Rifle/Military Vintage Bolt Rifles. (CMP Sanctioned) Allowed rifles include as-issueM1 Garand, 1903 /1903A3 Springfield, M1917 Enfield, 1941 Johnsons, and U.S. Krag Rifles, and all foreign military Bolt Rifles. Rifles must be in “as issue” configuration and caliber. Rifles with heavy barrels or other accuracy modifications/refinements will be moved to the Garand/Carbine Fun Match category. Specific rules concerning “as issue” rifles can be found in the CMP rulebook. 

Match #5

(UMG):Unlimited Garand allows modified versions of these same rifles per CMP rules for an Unlimited Garand Match. 

Match #6 Fun Match (CCF). This is an “out-of-competition” match for M1 Carbines and other non-scoped WWII era rifles not allowed in matches 4 or 5. Accuracy modifications are allowed. Participating in any of these matches will satisfy the Marksmanship Participation Requirement to purchase a rifle through the CMP. The match bulletin will serve as proof of meeting this requirement.

Course of Fire -All Matches

Each relay will complete the course of fire before moving from the firing line. John Garand Match, Course B

**All stages will fire from 200 yards on the Short Range (SR) Competitive target **

Each stage will be preceded by a three minute preparation period. 

Sight-in Period, Maximum of 5 sighting shot in 5 minutes

First Stage-Slow fire, prone; 20 record shots. Time limit of 20 minutes.

Second Stage-Rapid fire, prone from standing; 10 record shots with mandatory reload. Time limit of 80 seconds .

Third Stage-Rapid fire, sitting from standing, 10 record shots with mandatory reload, time limit of 70 seconds.

Fourth Stage-Slow fire, standing, 10 record shots, time limit of 10 minutes.

There are no alibi's or re-fires allowed. If your rifle jams or fails to fire for any reason, you must clear it and continue shooting.


Need to Know

Poster - Please download and spread the word.

Match Bulletin (pdf)  

Fees: 

  Adult  Youth
 Saturday Only: $30$15
 Sunday Only: $30 $15
 Both days: $45 $25

Download Registration packet (pdf)

General Information (pdf) -

Everything you need to know about this event. Includes information on the specific matches, start times, safety, eligibility, release forms, course of fire, competitor duties, targets and relays, coaching, equipment, food and drink, awards, inclement weather, cook-out, and camping.

Target and Scoring Information -

Each competitor will be required to score targets for another competitor. This is not a difficult task, but becoming familiar with the process prior to the match will make this a much smoother process.

Directions to the Club -

Map with directions to CCGCI.

Lodging 


CMP Affidavit -

Participation in an CMP event requires completion of a notarized Affidavit.  This being the first year, everybody needs one.

CMP Youth Range Release -

Youth (under 18) must have their parent or guardian complete a Youth Range Release form prior to participating in this event.

 

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