.22 RIMFIRE PISTOL EIC MATCH

.22 RIMFIRE PISTOL EIC MATCH

GENERAL INFORMATION: The CMP .22 Rimfire Pistol EIC Match will be an EIC Pistol Match. The top 10% of eligible competitors, who score above the minimum credit score, will earn 10 points towards their .22 Rimfire Pistol Badge.

COURSE OF FIRE: The Pistol National Match Course of Fire (CMP Pistol Competition Rules) is used. The ready position for timed and rapid-fire stages is with the loaded pistol pointed down at a 45° angle. If the bench in front of the shooter is too high to allow a 45° angle ready position, the ready position is with the loaded pistol lowered as far as possible without contacting the bench (must not rest on the bench). (See CMP Rule 5.1.1). 

SQUADDING: Competitors’ squadding will be drawn and issued when they check-in at the National Matches Welcome Center.

PISTOLS: Standard Smallbore Pistol, Caliber .22 Rimfire that comply with CMP Pistol Competition Rules, Rule 4.1. 6 must be used.

AMMUNITION: Any safe ammunition may be used in accordance with CMP Pistol Competition Rules, Rule 4.3.1. 

OTHER RULES: Specific rules governing the conduct of the National .22 Rimfire Pistol EIC Match are found in the CMP Pistol Competition Rules (see especially Rule 5.3). The ready position for timed and rapid-fire stages is with the loaded pistol pointed down at a 45° angle. If the bench in front of the shooter is too high to allow a 45° angle ready position, the ready position is with the loaded pistol lowered as far as possible without contacting the bench (must not rest on the bench). (See CMP Rule 5.1.1).

AWARDS: All competitors that finish in the top 10% of eligible non-distinguished competitors will receive 10 points, then the top 1/6, of the top 10% will receive a Gold Coin, next 2/6 of the top 10% will receive a Silver Coin and the remaining 3/6 of the top 10% will receive a Bronze Coin (See Pistol Rule 9.2.6). 

ENTRY FEE: $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for Juniors.

2018 WINNER: John Ennis IV, Honolulu, HI, 294-13X.

NATIONAL MATCH RECORD: John Ennis IV, Honolulu, HI, 294-13X, 2018.