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Default CMP Sanctioned GSMM - Garand/Springfield/Military Match - Sunday Jan. 22 - Castaic,CA

Matches Cancelled This Month Due to Inclement Weather and Road Conditions

Burbank Rifle and Revolver Club - Castaic, CA - Sunday January 22, 2017
CMP Sanctioned GSMM Match
Garand, Springfield, Vintage Military, Modern Military Match

200-yard 35 shot CMP Course "A"
Time: Match starting at 8:30am.(arrive at 8:00 am)
Location: Burbank Rifle and Revolver Club - Castaic, CA

As-Issued M-1 Garand
U.S, M1903/A3 Springfield
Vintage Military Rifle
U.S. M-1 Carbine
Accurized M-1 Garand
Modern Military Rifle
As-Issued M14 (M1A civilian version)
.223 AR type rifles (see below)

AK's, Steyr AUG's, Sig 556's, H&K 91's, standard M1A's as well as stock AR-15 and M-4 Carbine clones would compete as Modern Military Rifles category.

2016 CMP rules now include caliber .223 AR type rifles with up to 4.5x optics and weighing up to 8.5 pounds in The Modern Sporting Rifle category A.
"5.2.3 U.S. Modern Sporting Rifles, Class A
Category A Modern Sporting Rifles must comply with these additional requirements:
• Rifles based on the M-16 or AR design and manufactured by a USA manufacturer must be used.
• Total rifle weight, with sights and without sling, may not exceed 8.5 pounds.
• No special accurizing is permitted"5.2.3 U.S. Modern Sporting Rifles, Class A
Category A Modern Sporting Rifles must comply with these additional requirements:
• Rifles based on the M-16 or AR design and manufactured by a USA manufacturer must be used.
• Total rifle weight, with sights and without sling, may not exceed 8.5 pounds.
• No special accurizing is permitted except that a non-adjustable sling swivel may be attached to the forward end of the hand-guard.
• The rifle must be chambered for the 5.56x45 mm or .223 Remington cartridge."

Accurized Service Rifles (M-14/M1A and M-16/AR-15) and NRA/ISU Match Rifles are not eligible to compete. Shooters firing ineligible rifles can qualify for clinic completion certificates but will otherwise be firing for practice only.)

Stage 1. Up to 5 sighting shots and 10 shots for record slow fire, prone position. 15 minute time limit.
Stage 2. 10 shots rapid fire, prone position (from standing). One ten shot string,
Stage 3. 10 shots slow fire, standing position. 10 minute time limit.

Scores reporting to CMP
Official CMP scorecards will be used. Any center-fire high power rifles with metallic sights (CMP Rule 6 and NRA Rule 3.2) may be used to fire the match.

More details...
http://www.brrc.org/match_cmp.html

Burbank R&R Club M1 Garand rifles will be available for use. Please notify the match director prior to the match if you wish to use a club rifle. Caliber .30-'06 ammo may also be purchased for use in the match. All competitors must use shooting glasses and hearing protectors. A shooting coat is recommended. Shooting mats will be provided.

Match fee is $15.00 for non-members, $7.00 for BRRC members.
This match fee also covers entry for the afternoon match; Service Pistol, .22 Sporter or Carbine, as scheduled.
Bring your own safe ammo or club M1 ammo is available. M1 Ammunition cost is about $20.00
Bring water and a snack. There are no concessions at the range.
Competitors are required to perform scoring duties and to operate the targets in the pits for each other.


Directions to range:
http://www.brrc.org/range.html

Match Directors: Wayne Fenner and Dennis Santiago
cmpclinic@brrc.org


Please Note:
This is NOT a Clinic, But is open to shooters that have taken the Garand Clinic and other qualified shooters. If you're a new shooter or just unsure of anything.....
Contact Ralph - ralph@brrc.org

Please download and fill out the Acknowledgement of Risk, Release and Indemnity Agreement (pdf).
http://brrc.org/match_cmp.html

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