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 CMP, Amy and Kim for all your hard work this weekend putting on the SAFS at Douglas Ridge Rifle Club. I and everyone else had a great time we all hope you and your team will be back next year. The electronic targets where a great hit.
It was excellent. You are all to be commended for the quality and professionalism of the videos.