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Restricted 18+ in CA in compliance with CA State Assembly Bill 2571 prohibiting the marketing of firearms to minors in the State of CA.
Since marksmanship education and training is a key component of the CMP’s mission, there are many opportunities for experienced shooters and instructors to receive advanced training in marksmanship so it may be passed on to beginners and aspiring competitors.
The CMP, along with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit and CMP Master Instructors, have expanded its outreach to other areas of the country through CMP’s Games matches and Marksmanship 101 classes held at CMP Affiliated Clubs.
The classes are structured toward teaching new shooters (both adults and youth alike), so no past firearm experience is required, though intermediate and advanced marksmen are also welcome to participate. During the course, students will learn basic instruction and firing practices, competition skills and live range firing, as well as compete in a real EIC Match.
Thank you so much for your hospitality at the workshop. I enjoyed it immensely! Thank you also for saving me from feeding the fish on the boat ride. J
Hopefully, I will bring my wife along next year! Please process attached expense report at your convenience.
Hello, my name is Robert “Bob” Walker I took the CMP Advanced Rifle Clinic a few weeks ago at Camp Perry and wanted to offer some thoughts and appreciation. I am classified as CMP Expert and NRA Master shooter and shoot in Oak Ridge Tennessee at the Oak Ridge Sportsman Association. I have had very little success getting EIC points while earning First Leather scores more times than I like to remember. I have taken the SAFS and earned four points several years ago but none since then. The smaller group and the caliber of coaches was a real benefit. All of the course information was helpful especially the wind class taught by Bob. The help with positions and the “this is what I do” in a particular situation was good information. The discussion about standing in the wind was helpful that week as well. I believe that the information and practical dry firing during the class helped me shoot a good score all week. I think that class helped me shoot well and get leg points during the EIC match. If possible could you share this email with the coaches including those not on team CMP and tell them thank you for me.