The Rifle SAFS will be held at Douglas Ridge Rifle Club. Saturday will start with classroom instruction followed by practice firing at 200 yards with the aid of experienced competitors providing coaching on the line. Sunday, all participants will fire a 40 shot “Excellence in Competition” (leg) Match. The top 10% of the non-distinguished competitors without any “leg” points will be awarded their first 4 points towards their Distinguished Rifleman’s Badge. All rifles and ammunition will be provided by the CMP. This school will be fired on electronic targets eliminating the need for pit duty.
The Pistol SAFS will be held at Estacada Rod & Gun Club. Saturday will start with classroom instruction followed by practice firing. Participants will then fire an “Excellence in Competition” (leg) match. The top 10% of non-distinguished without any “leg” points will be awarded their first 4 points toward their Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge. All pistols and ammunition will be provided by the CMP. For those competitors wanting more pistol shooting, Estacada Rod & Gun Club will host a 2700 pistol match on Sunday using their NEW turning target system. Fees for the 2700 will be collected at the range.
Proceeding the SAFS’s, Friday May 13th the CMP will conduct a Range Officers School at Douglas Ridge Rifle Club. Rifle in the morning and Pistol during the afternoon. This is a chance to learn what it takes to operate a range during a competition.
To register for any of the 3 events go to the CMP website CMP.org. The SAFS’s are listed under Education then Marksmanship 101 and choose the school of choice by clicking on the host club. The Range Officers course is under Education then Range Officers School.
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All registration and fees are through the CMP unless otherwise noted.
This is the only time this year for this opportunity without traveling east, don’t miss out.