Registration for the Historic National Matches at Camp Perry is officially open. Join us in Port Clinton, Ohio, for a series of Rimfire, Smallbore, Air Gun, Pistol, Rifle, Vintage Military Rifle and Long Range Matches.
JROTC National CHAMPIONSHIP
2023 JROTC Service Championship results are in and registration is now open for Nationals.
High School Seniors are encouraged to apply for the CMP Scholarship Program. Over $230,000 will be awarded.
CMP Monthly matches
CMP holds our Air Pistol and Air Rifle Monthly Matches in Anniston, Alabama, and Port Clinton, Ohio.
Marksmanship education and training is a key component of our mission. When we provide opportunities for experienced shooters and instructors to receive advanced training in marksmanship, they can then pass on that knowledge to beginning and aspiring competitors.
Competitive marksmanship is a big part of our mission! We invite you to join us at an upcoming match to further develop your marksmanship skills and, in many cases, earn recognition for doing so.
NEWS & MEDIA
Stop by to read our latest news, catch up on recent announcements, take a look at event photos, peruse past issues of our publications, and more!
The best way to participate in many of our programs and/or make purchases through our stores is to become a member of a CMP-affiliated club.
From ammo to vintage rifles, CMP has exactly what you need! Net revenue from our sales is used to fund operations and programs, and to supplement a permanent endowment.
welcome to the cmp
Our website is full of information on gun safety, our marksmanship opportunities, clinics and competitions, our CMP Affiliated Clubs, our Sales Programs and our Ranges. Please feel free to reach out with any questions. We would love to help you get started in marksmanship.
OUR MISSION: Promote marksmanship through firearms training, safety, competitions and youth programs.
our commitment to Youth
Our vision is to lead the nation in marksmanship excellence providing safe, high quality and innovative programs with a focus on youth. From hosting camps, competitions and clinics, to offering scholarships and opportunities to advance and improve marksmanship skills, we’re working hard to fulfill our vision every day!
In addition to making a donation today, you can also show your support for CMP through planned giving, volunteering, or purchasing a paver at Talladega Marksmanship Park.
Sales and Service
The federal law that established the Civilian Marksmanship Program makes firearms safety one of its highest priorities. This law specifically states that a primary function of the CMP is “to instruct citizens of the United States in marksmanship; (and) to promote practice and safety in the use of firearms.” To fulfill this responsibility, the CMP produces a variety of safety materials.
ABOUT THE CMP
The mission of the Civilian Marksmanship Program is to promote marksmanship through firearms training, safety, competitions and youth programs. Our Vision is to lead the nation in marksmanship excellence providing safe, high quality and innovative programs with a focus on youth.
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REGISTER FOR A CT NUMBER
REGISTER FOR A CT NUMBER To register online for CMP Matches, Camps or Clinics, you will need a Competition Tracker Number (CT#). If you do not remember your CT# or do not have one, click here for instructions to find or create a new CT#. Visit https://ct.thecmp.org/app/v1/index.php?do=login to log in, recover password or register for a CT #. When registering online, you must log into Competition Tracker separately for each individual that is registering for your group. This means you will need the Competition Tracker User Name and Password for each person. If you need assistance, please contact the CMP at [email protected] or call (419) 635-2141.