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04-19-2012, 7:34 PM
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60th SMGC Camp Pendleton Anniversary – CMP Matches for 2012

Subj: CMP Grand/Springfield/Military Vintage (GSM) Rifle Match, .22 Caliber Rimfire Match, and Excellence-in-Arms (Rifle & Pistol) Matches

Place: Ranges 102 &103, Wilcox Range Complex, MCB, Camp Pendleton, California

Dates: June 23-24, 2012

Check In Times:

June 23, 2012 - 06:30 to 07:15 AM for EIC (Leg) Pistol Match,

09:15 to 09:50 AM for As-Issued Pistol Match,

12:00 to 12:45 PM for .22 Caliber Rimfire Match.

June 24, 2012 – 06:30 to 07:00 AM for GSM Matches,

09:00 to 09:30 AM for EIC (Leg) Rifle Match.

Match Start Times:

June 23, 2012 -

08:00 AM for EIC (Leg) Pistol Match;

10:15 AM for As-Issued Pistol Match;

01:00 PM for .22 Caliber Rimfire Match.

June 24, 2012 –

07:45 AM for GSM Matches,

10:00 AM for EIC (Leg) Rifle Match.

Matches will be conducted in accordance with CMP Competition Rules.

Awards will be given based on the type rifle used and scores fired.

Fees: $35.00 - Grand / Springfield / Military Vintage Rifle Match (Includes Target Puller)
$45.00 - Excellence-In-Arms (Leg) Rifle Match (Includes Target Puller)
$22.50 - Excellence-In-Arms (Pistol) Rifle Match
$15.00 - As-Issued Pistol Match
$15.00 - .22 Caliber Rimfire Match

See Match Program for further information, and entry form. The Match Program can be viewed on the SMGC web-site, “SMGunClub.Org.” Questions or electronic entry can be sent to SMGC using the e-mail application on the Club web-site.


Matt Kokoszka
CMP Stat Officer

Last Chance EIC (Rifle & Pistol) for Southern California before Camp Perry

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March 25, 2012

60th SMGC Camp Pendleton Anniversary – 2012 Civilian Marksmanship Program Matches

The Santa Margarita Gun Club (SMGC) of Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California in conjunction with the Civilian Marksmanship Program is proud to sponsor a Excellence-in-Competition (Leg) Pistol Match, John C. Garand/Springfield/Vintage Military Rifle Match,.22 Caliber Rimfire Match, and a Excellence-in-Competition (Leg) Rifle Match as part of the 60th Club Anniversary.

Tournament Sponsor & Address: Santa Margarita Gun Club, Inc., P.O. Box 4858, Oceanside, CA 92052-4858.

Tournament Dates:
Saturday, Jun 23, 2012 – Excellence-in-Competition (Leg) Pistol Match,
As-Issued Pistol Match, and
.22 Caliber Rimfire Match
Sunday, Jun 24, 2012 – Excellence-in-Competition (Leg) Rifle Match, and
Garand/Springfield/Vintage Military Rifle Match,

Range Location: Wilcox Range Complex (Ranges 102/103), Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA. Refer to Club web-site for Directions to Ranges 102/103, and vehicle entry requirements to Camp Pendleton, CA.

Range Facilities: There are no food or drink facilities, it is highly recommended that you bring bottled drinks (non-alcoholic) and/or non-perishable food items. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on or in the general vicinity of the firing lines. Smoking is prohibited on the range due to fire hazard. Sanitary facilities are of the “Port-a-Potty” variety.

Competitor Awards: Competitors will receive the appropriate award for their achievements in accordance with current CMP guidelines. All competitors will receive a special 60th Anniversary SMGC Patch upon registration.

Rules: These matches will be conducted in accordance with the CMP Competition Rules which are in effect on the tournament commencement date.

Eligibility: These matches are open to all citizens and legal residents of the United States of America. Citizens of foreign nations may enter these matches upon proof of legal entry into the USA (validated passport and/or visa). Membership in the National Rifle Association, California Rifle & Pistol Association, or the Santa Margarita Gun Club is not required.

Those persons who cannot legally participate in the shooting sports or who are barred from entry onto a federal military reservation are not eligible to participate in these matches.

Entries: A limit of 36 entries will be accepted for each of the events.

Completed entry forms may be mailed to the Tournament Sponsor’s address, so as to arrive not later than the Wednesday preceding the Match.

E-mail intentions to enter will be accepted. See the SMGC web-site for e-mail procedure.

MCB, Camp Pendleton Security Regulations require the match sponsor (SMGC) notify the appropriate Base agency of Non-DoD persons participating in the Match on the Wednesday preceding the matches. This notification is generated by the received match entry forms and intention to enter messages..

Entries Close: Entries should be received not later than close of normal business hours on the Tuesday preceding the Match. Entries received after Tuesday will be honored however entry onto Camp Pendleton cannot be assured.

“Walk-In” entries may be accepted up to one hour before the start of a scheduled match, if squadding permits and payment of the Late Fee.

Fees: Excellence-In-Competition (Leg) Rifle Match - $45.00 (Includes $10.00 CMP Registration Fee & $22.50 Target Puller Fee)
Excellence-in-Competition (Leg) Pistol Match - $22.50 (Include $10.00 CMP Registration Fee)
Grand/Springfield/ Military Vintage Rifle Match $35.00 (Includes $22.50 Target Puller Fee)
As-Issued Pistol Match $15.00
.22 Caliber Rimfire Match: $15.00


Check-In Procedures. The Statistical Office will be open from 6:30 to 7:15 AM daily. Competitors must report to the Match Statistical Office for administrative processing before going to the firing line. The Statistical Office will also be open between events for registration purposes. Competitors participating in more than one event during the same day may pre-register for that event. A notary public will be available for shooters to complete the CMP Affidavit, if needed
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Ammunition: All shooters will be responsible for providing their own ammunition. Ammunition must confirm to CMP standards (Rule 6.8).

Armor-Piercing, Tracer, or Incendiary Ammunition is Prohibited.

Equipment

• Safety – Hearing, Eye Protection, and Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) or Chamber Flags are Mandatory
• Spotting Scopes (Binoculars) - Use of spotting scopes or binoculars is allowed.

Disqualification: If a shooter is disqualified, his/her score will be stricken from the records, all fees paid will be forfeit, and they will be listed on the Official Match Bulletin as “Disqualified.” Disqualification procedures including right of appeal will be adhered to as outlined in CMP Rules 5.10, 5.11, and 5.12.


Excellence-In-Arms (Leg) Pistol Match

Check-In Procedures. Competitors must check-in at the Statistical Office for administrative processing before going to the firing line. The Statistical Office will be open from 06:30 to 07:15 AM on June 23, at Range 102. The Statistical Office will also be open between events for registration purposes. Competitors participating in more than one event during the same day may pre-register for that event. A notary public will be available for shooters to complete the CMP Affidavit, if needed

Squadding: Upon completion of check-in processing, all shooters will report to the Pistol Range Tower, Range 102 no later than 07:30 AM to attend a mandated range safety and environmental briefing. Target and relay assignments will be accomplished after the safety and environmental briefing.

Weapons Allowed: U.S. Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911/M1911A1, or U.S. Pistol, 9mm, M9/M9A1. These pistols must be either issued by the U.S. Armed Forces or a commercial pistol of the same type and caliber subject to the specific requirements denoted in CMP Rule 6.6.

Match Start Time: 08:00 AM, Saturday, June 23, 2012

Course of Fire: National Match Course -

• First Stage 50 Yards, Slow Fire, 10 Shots, Two 5-Round strings within 10 minute time limit.. NRA B-6 Target.
• Second Stage - 25 Yards, Timed Fire, 10 Shots, Two 5-Round strings each fired with a 20 second time limit, NRA B-8 Target.
• Third Stage - 25 Yards, Rapid Fire, 10 Shots, Two 5-Round strings each fired with a 10 second time limit, NRA B-8 Target.

Sighter Shots: None

Alibis: Alibis/Refires will be in accordance with current NRA Outdoor Pistol Rules.

Awards: Shooters who finish in the top 10% of those entered will receive points towards the Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge. The CMP will award these points in accordance with the current edition of the CMP Competition Rules Handbook.

Pistol Inspections: All Pistols used in the EIC Pistol Match must comply with CMP Rules. At the conclusion of each relay, pistols may be selected by random draw for inspection and trigger weighing.



As-Issued Pistol Match

General Information. This match is provided as a non-competitive shooting endeavor using CMP guidance. This match is currently shot at CMP Regional Games only and is not sanctioned for competition below the national/regional level.

Check-In Procedures. Competitors who have not previously checked-in, must check-in with the Statistical Office for administrative processing before going to the firing line. The Statistical Office will be open from completion of the EIC (Leg) Pistol Match to 10:00 AM on June 23, 2012 at Range 102. The Statistical Office will also be open between events for registration purposes. Competitors participating in more than one event during the same day may pre-register for that event. A notary public will be available for shooters to complete the CMP Affidavit, if needed

Squadding: Upon completion of check-in processing, all shooters will report to Pistol Range Tower, Range 102 no later than 10:05 AM to attend a mandated range safety and environmental briefing. Target and relay assignments will be accomplished after the safety and environmental briefing.

Weapons Allowed: Pistols used must be as-issued M9 or M1911 government models or commercial pistol of the same type and caliber, or any semi-auto pistol (including law enforcement issue).

• Barrel length not less than 5 inches (Glock and Springfield Armory XD pistols with 5” barrel are permitted).
• Pistol calibers cannot be smaller than 9mm or larger than .45 calibers.
• Pistols must have a single or striker action trigger pull of not less than 4.0 lbs.
• Pistols must be equipped with standard issue non-adjustable sights. Adjustable sights are not permitted on as-issued pistols.
• Pistols may not be match conditioned.

Ammunition: Any safe ammunition appropriate for the pistol is authorized, either commercial or hand-loads, and must be full metal jacket round nose bullets.

Match Start Time: 10:15 AM, Saturday, June 23, 2012

Course of Fire: Competitors may use either a two-handed or one-handed firing position. All firing will be done from the 25 yard line using NRA B-8 Targets.

• First Stage - Slow Fire, 5 Sighter Shots fired within a 5 minute time limit,
• Second Stage - Slow Fire, 10 Shots fired within a 10 minute time limit,
• Third Stage - Timed Fire, 10 Shots to be fired in two 5-shot series, each series fired in 20 Seconds,
• Fourth Stage - Rapid Fire, 10 Shots to be fired in two 5-shot series, each series fired in 10 Seconds.

Alibis: Alibis/Refires will be in accordance with current NRA Outdoor Pistol Rules.

Awards: None.

Pistol Inspections: At the conclusion of each relay, pistols may be selected by random draw for inspection and trigger weighing.

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04-30-2012, 9:33 AM
22 Caliber Rimfire Match Information

Check-In Procedures. Competitors who have not previously checked-in, must check-in with the Statistical Office for administrative processing before going to the firing line. The Statistical Office will be open from completion of the As-Issued Pistol Match to 12:00 PM on June 23, at Range 102.

Squadding: Upon completion of administrative processing, all shooters will report to 50 Yard Line of Range 102-A Assembly Area not later than 12:30 PM to attend a mandated range safety and environmental briefing and receive their relay and firing point information.

Weapons Allowed: Semi-Automatic, Bolt Action, Pump, or Lever-Action rifles cambered for .22 Caliber Long Rifle Rimfire Cartridges. Rifles may be single shot, magazine or tube fed. Sights may be open, telescopic, or receiver (aperture). Weight of the rifle not to exceed 7 ½ pounds

Rifles designed for target (match) shooting with thumbhole stocks, adjustable butt plates, adjustable cheek pieces and rails, adjustable (moveable) sling swivels are NOT permitted. Rifles with questionable features will be ruled on by the Match Director, whose decision will be final.

Sights: Rifles are to be divided into two classes, Open Sight and Telescopic/Receiver.

• Telescopic/Receiver: Rifles equipped with telescopes or receiver (aperture) sights will compete in the T-Class. Telescopes cannot exceed 6 powers (6X). Variable power scopes must be taped down not to exceed 6X.
• Open: Rifle equipped with V, U, or Notch type sights will compete in the O-Class.

Equipment:

• Hearing and eye protection is mandatory,
• Spotting Scopes or Binoculars, Shooting Mats, and gloves (work or dress) may be used.
• Specialized accessories (such as Shooting Jackets, Shooting Trousers (pants), Shooting Gloves, Padded Mitts, etc.) are not permitted.

Match Start Time: 1:00 PM, Jun 23, 2012

Course of Fire
CMP Rimfire Sporter Course of Fire

• Stage 1 - Slow Fire, 50 Yards, Prone Position, Unlimited Number of Sighter Shots, 10 Minute Time Limit.
• Stage 2 - Slow Fire, 50 Yards, Prone Position, Ten (10) Record Shots, 10 Minute Time Limit.
• Stage 3 - Rapid Fire, 50 Yards, Standing to Prone Position, Ten (10) Record Shots (2 Series of 5 rounds), Time Limit of 25 Seconds for Semi-Automatic Rifles, all others 30 Seconds.
• Stage 4 - Slow Fire, 50 Yards, Sitting or Kneeling Position, Ten (10) Record Shots, 10 Minute Time Limit.
• Stage 5 - Rapid Fire, 50 Yards, Standing to Sitting or Kneeling Position, Ten (10) Record Shots (2 Series of 5 rounds), Time Limit of 25 Seconds for Semi-Automatic Rifles, all others 30 Seconds.
• Stage 6 - Slow Fire, 25 Yards, Standing Position, Ten (10) Record Shots, 10 Minute Time Limit.
• Stage 7 - Rapid Fire, 25 Yards, Standing Position, Ten (10) Record Shots (2 Series of 5 rounds), Time Limit of 25 Seconds for Semi-Automatic Rifles, all others 30 Seconds.


Alibis or Refires: No alibis or refires will be allowed because of rifle or ammunition malfunction during any stage of this match. It is important that the rifle you use is clean, properly lubricated, and in good working order.

Awards: Shooters who fire qualifying scores will receive Gold, Silver, or Bronze Achievement Pins. The qualifying scores are listed in the current edition of the CMP Rimfire Rules Handbook.

Rifle Inspections: All rifles used in the .22 Caliber Rimfire Match must comply with CMP Rimfire Match Rules. At the conclusion of each relay, rifles may be selected by random draw for inspection and trigger weighing.




Garand - Springfield - Military Vintage Rifle Match Information

Check-In Procedures. Competitors must check-in with the Statistical Office for administrative processing before going to the firing line. The Statistical Office will be open from 06:30 to 07:10 AM on June 24, at Range 103. The Statistical Office will also be open between events for registration purposes. Competitors participating in more than one event during the same day may pre-register for that event. A notary public will be available for shooters to complete the CMP Affidavit, if needed

Squadding: Upon completion of check-in processing, all shooters will proceed to the 200 yard line so as to arrive there not later than 07:15 AM. All shooters must attend a mandated range safety and environmental briefing. Target and relay assignments will be accomplished after the safety and environmental briefing.

Weapons Allowed: Most GSM competitors use the M1 Garand Rifle but shooters may also use the M1903 or M1903A3 Springfield, M1917 Enfield, M1941 Johnson, U.S. Krag Rifles, U.S. M1 Carbine or Foreign Military Bolt Action Rifles. All rifles must be “as-issued” condition for general military use and comply with CMP Rule 6.2 as appropriate. No specialty rifles such as Sniper Versions, rifles modified for target shooting, or with National Match parts other than an M-1 with NM Operating Rod, will be allowed.

Match Start Time: 7:45 AM, Sunday, June 24, 2012.

Target Pullers: This service will be provided.


Course of Fire:

The GSM Rifle Match can be completed by both new and experienced shooters as both will find it uniquely challenging. All firing is from 200 yards. The first portion (or stage) starts with five (5) sighter or practice shoots followed by ten (10) shots for record from the prone position in 15 minutes. The second stage is the where the shooter shoots 10 rounds for record in 80 seconds from the prone position. The third or final stage is where the shooter shoots 10 rounds for record from the off-hand standing position in 10 minutes.

John C. Garand Match Course “A” (Rule 9.2.1). All firing is at 200 yards on the standard Short Range (SR) High Power Rifle Target.

• First Stage - Slow Fire, Prone Position. A maximum of (5) sighter shots and 10 record shots in 15 minutes.
• Second Stage - Rapid Fire, From Standing to Prone Position. 10 record shots in 80 seconds
• Third Stage - Slow Fire, Standing Position. 10 record shots in 10 minutes.

Alibis: No alibis or refires will be allowed because of rifle or ammunition malfunction during any stage of this match. It is important that the rifle you use is clean, properly lubricated, and in good working order.

Awards: Shooters who fire qualifying scores will receive Gold, Silver, or Bronze Achievement Pins. The qualifying scores are listed in the current edition of the CMP Competition Rules Handbook.

Rifle Inspections: All rifles used in the GSM Rifle Matches must be “as issued” military service rifle that complies with CMP Rule 6.2.4 or 6.2.5. At the conclusion of each relay, rifles may be selected by random draw for inspection and trigger weighing.



Excellence-In-Arms (Leg) Rifle Match

Check-In Procedures. Competitors must check-in with the Statistical Office for administrative processing before going to the firing line. The Statistical Office will be open from completion of the GSM Match to 09:15 AM on June 24, at Range 103.

Squadding: Upon completion of check-in processing , all shooters will report to the Assembly Area for Target 100, Range 103 no later than 09:30 AM. All shooters must attend a mandated range safety and environmental briefing. Target and relay assignments will be accomplished after the safety and environmental briefing.

Weapons Allowed: U.S.Rifle, Caliber .30, M1; U.S. Rifle, Caliber 7.62mm, M14, or U.S. Rifle, Caliber 5.56mm, M16. These rifles must be issued by the U.S. Armed Forces or a commercial rifle of the same type and caliber subject to the specific requirements denoted in CMP Rule 6.2.

Other Equipment – Cloth, canvas or leather shooting jackets may be used. Standard military issue web or leather slings or slings of this same type are permitted. Shooting gloves or mitts and ground cloths or shooting mats may be used.

Match Start Time: 10:00 AM, Sunday, June 24, 2012
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Target Pullers: This service will be provided.

Sighter Shots: None

Course of Fire:

• First Stage - 200 Yards, Slow Fire, Standing, 10 Shots with a 10 minute time limit..
• Second Stage - 200 Yards, Rapid Fire, Sitting or Kneeling from Standing, 10 Shots fired within a 60 second time limit..
• Third Stage - 300 Yards, Rapid Fire, Prone from Standing, 10 Shots fired within a 70 second time limit
• Fourth Stage - 600 Yards, Slow Fire, Prone, 20 Shots with a 20 minute time limit.

Alibis: Alibis/Refires will be in accordance with current NRA Rules for National Match Course, High Power Rifle.

Awards: Shooters who finish in the top 10% of those entered will receive points towards the Distinguished Marksmanship Badge. The CMP will award these points in accordance with the current edition of the CMP Competition Rules Handbook.

Rifle Inspections: All Rifles used in the EIC Rifle Match must comply with CMP Rules. At the conclusion of each relay, rifles may be selected by random draw for inspection and trigger weighing.