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Old 01-23-2019, 08:26 PM
Ham_Chu Ham_Chu is offline
 
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Would it make it better if they just changed the name to MODERN CIVILIAN MATCH?

Kinda what it sounds like to me.
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Old 02-05-2020, 08:08 PM
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Default Thanks for the Explanation of the Matches

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You are confused.

CMP MODERN MILITARY is a CMP GAMES match. This is a match fired entirely @ 200 yards on the SR target. The COF is 180 degrees from true high power and aligns with all of the other games matches (Garand / Springfield / vintage).

CMP High Power (non national trophy / non EIC) are referred to as CUP matches on the travel / national match level. On the club level they are no different than NRA HP matches.

CMP Modern Military rules for firearms and matches are found in the CMP GAMES Rulebook. Service rifle & match rifle rules and match procedures are found in the CMP Service Rifle Rulebook. Alternately they align generally with NRA High Power rules.
I wish there were a simple explanation for the matches held at Camp Perry. I've planned on going the last couple years but something always comes up (surgery, the experience of shooting in a driving rainstorm at the Talledega 600 WITH a roof, etc.). I assume the National Trophy matches are 600 yards and the others are 200.
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Old 02-07-2020, 12:07 PM
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I wish there were a simple explanation for the matches held at Camp Perry. I've planned on going the last couple years but something always comes up (surgery, the experience of shooting in a driving rainstorm at the Talledega 600 WITH a roof, etc.). I assume the National Trophy matches are 600 yards and the others are 200.
Not that difficult you just need to read the rulebooks and program book.

Yes all national trophy matches (P100 / NTI / Hearst / NTT) fire 200/300/600. NTIT (Rattle Battle) is a different COF team match. Everything else except for vintage sniper and M1A fire 200 yards on the SR. VS fires 300/600 on the SR3 / MR1 and M1A fires all from 300 on the SR3 target.
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