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2011 Camp Perry Open


CMP Marksmanship Center - North
Camp Perry, Ohio
14 16 January 2011

 

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) invites you to participate in the fifth annual Camp Perry Open. This years match will
include a three-position air rifle competition, an international air rifle (all standing) event, a pistol course of fire, and an optional clinic held at the CMP Marksmanship Center North at Camp Perry, Ohio. The matches will be held 14 -16 January 2011.



COMPETITION EVENTS
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3x20 Junior Air Rifle This event is governed by the National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules, and participants must be juniors who are eligible in accordance with Rule 3.1. The match will include a 3x20 on Friday 14 January 2011, with relays at 2:00pm and 5:00pm. In previous years, there was a 3x20 relay on Saturday morning. This year, the match will only be offered on Friday afternoon. This was a necessary change to fit everything into the schedule on Saturday. Finals for the top eight in both sporter and precision will be held at 7:30pm on Friday. Shoot-offs will be held if necessary to determine positions in the final, per Rule 8.6.3. The three position competition is limited to 150 competitors. EIC award points will be awarded at this competition. More information about the EIC program can be found here: http://odcmp.com/3P/EIC_program10.pdf. This is both an individual and team event in the sporter and precision classes. Participants must have completed safety and basic marksmanship training to include some work in each of the three positions.

Junior Clinic On Saturday 15 January 2011, there will be a clinic for interested school-aged junior shooters. The clinic will run from 2:30 5:30 PM. Those wishing to attend should pre-register. There is a limit of 50 junior shooters for this clinic. There will be on-the-line training provided by the members of the U. S. National/Development Team, as well as from the Army Marksmanship Team. Shooters will be randomly assigned to work with instructors. The culmination of this event will be a 20 shot standing competition. This was a very popular event in 2010, so register early if you are interested!

Mens and Womens Air Rifle The air rifle event is open to both men and women of all ages. It is a two day event where competitors will fire 60 standing shots in accordance with USA Shooting rules. A final will be held each day for the top eight open and junior categories. The finals will be held concurrently, so if a junior qualifies in both finals, they will be squadded with open final shooters. A shoot-off will be held if necessary. This is a precision rifle event. There is a limit of 110 shooters for this competition. Scores will be sent into USA Shooting.

Mens and Womens Air Pistol The air pistol event is open to both men and women of all ages. It is a two day event where competitors will fire 60 shots in accordance with USA Shooting rules. A final will be held each day for the top eight open and junior categories. The finals will be held concurrently, so if a junior qualifies in both finals, they will be squadded with open final shooters. A shoot-off will be held if necessary. There is a limit of 30 shooters for this competition.

Note: Please only register in the air rifle or air pistol match. Due to the popularity of these events, we can only accommodate one discipline per competitor.

Super Final There will be a super final at the conclusion of finals on Sunday.



Additional Note:
The U. S. National Team coaches, Maj. David Johnson and Sergey Luzov, are planning on sending some of the National Team members/ National Development Team members come to this competition and shoot in the International course of fire. The Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) is also sending some of their best to shoot in the International standing course of fire event as well. There will also be members of current NCAA rifle teams in attendance. This is a great opportunity to see some of the best shooters in the US compete!


SQUADDING.

For the 3x20 event, please indicate on your registration which relay you would prefer to fire on. We will try to honor all squadding requests, but relays will be filled in order that entries are received. We will also try to squad all teams together on the firing line. Squadding will be posted on-line for all entries by 5 January 2011.

Squadding for first day of the international events will be assigned randomly and will be posted on-line on 5 January 2011. Squadding for the second day will be done by score, and will be posted in the range and online Saturday night.

RULES.

3x20 - The competition will be governed by the 2010-2012 National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules. Copies of the rules may be downloaded from the CMP website at http://www.odcmp.com/3P/Rules.pdf.  

60 Shot Air Rifle Matches The competition will be governed by the USAS Rifle Rules. The exception to these rules is that women will be shooting the 60 shot course of fire. Copies of the rules may be downloaded from the USA Shooting website at http://www.usashooting.com/rulebook.php.

60 Shot Air Pistol Matches The competition will be governed by the USAS Pistol Rules. The exception to these rules is that women will be shooting the 60 shot course of fire. Copies of the rules may be downloaded from the USA Shooting website at http://www.usashooting.com/rulebook.php.



SCORE POSTING

All scores fired will be displayed live in the CMP Competitor Tracker results system at www.odcmp.com \ as soon as the electronic targets score them. Scores and competitor rankings will be displayed electronically on the range throughout the competition. Preliminary and final printed results bulletins will be posted on the bulletin board. All competitors will be able to download PDF files showing their scores and shot groups after the competition by going to the CMP Competition Tracker website. Anyone not at the competition can also view live target images by following the links provided on our website. The main results page will list the current relays competitors and by simply clicking on the name of a competitor a box will pop up with their target.

SCHEDULE.

 

Day

Time

Activity

Location

14 January, Friday

Relay 1 & 2 of 3x20

12:00pm 6:00pm

Registration and Check-in

Classroom #2, Marksmanship Center

2:00pm 4:00pm

Junior 3x20 Match Relay 1

10m Range

5:00pm 7:00pm

Junior 3x20 Match Relay 2

10m Range

7:30pm 8:15pm

Junior 3x20 Finals

10m Range

15 January, Saturday

60 Shot Matches

7:00am 12:00pm

Registration and Check-in

Classroom #2, Marksmanship Center

8:00am 9:45am

60 Shot Matches (Rifle and Pistol) Relay 1

10m Range

10:30am 12:15pm

60 Shot Matches (Rifle and Pistol) Relay 2

10m Range

12:45pm 1:15pm

Finals, Rifle (Open and Junior)

10m Range

Immediately after Rifle Final

Finals, Pistol (Open and Junior)

10m Range

2:00pm 2:30pm

Food for Clinic Attendees

Armory, Bldg 3

2:30pm 5:30pm

Junior Clinic

Armory, Bldg 3

10m Range

16 January, Sunday

60 Shot Matches, Super Final

8:00am 9:45

60 Shot Matches, Rifle Only

10m Range

10:30am 12:15pm

60 Shot Matches, Rifle and Pistol

10m Range

12:45pm 1:15pm

Finals, Rifle (Open and Junior)

10m Range

Immediately after Rifle Final

Finals, Pistol (Open and Junior)

10m Range

2:00pm

Super Finals

10m Range

15 minutes after end of Super Final

Awards

South End of 10m Range



AWARDS.

The 3x20 event will be broken into Sporter and Precision categories. Both categories will receive 1st, 2nd and 3rd place individual awards and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place team awards. There must be a minimum of five competitors/ teams in each category for all places to be awarded. If a category does not have the minimum of five shooters/ teams, we will award 1st place only.

For the 60 shot matches, we will award 1st, 2nd and 3rd for Open and Junior categories. All awards are based on the total combined scores from both days of competition (including both days finals).

We will award a monetary prize for the top 4 in the super final. The money will be: 1st place $200; 2nd place $150; 3rd & 4th Place - $100.

EQUIPMENT.

Clear Barrel Indicator (CBI) - CBIs will be required in the Marksmanship Center, in concert with CMP intent to promote the use of these devices. The CBI is a length of string trimmer line that is inserted through the bore, with ends protruding from the muzzle and the chamber. CBIs provide visual confirmation that the air gun is unloaded. CBIs must be inserted after rifles are uncased and when not firing or in preparation period. CBIs will be available on the range for those that do not have them.

Prone mats - Shooters in the 3x20 event must use the provided prone mats.

Electronic Targets - The match will be fired on MEGAlink Electronic Targets. Shooters should not bring spotting scopes because the exact shot locations are shown on electronic monitors at each firing point.

Air and CO2 - Compressed air and CO2 gas will be available at the range.

Shipping Air Cylinders - Teams that plan to fly to Cleveland, Ohio; Toledo, Ohio; or Detroit, Michigan who do not wish to check air or CO2 cylinders on their air flights may ship them in advance to:

Civilian Marksmanship Program
Attn: Camp Perry Open Coordinator
Camp Perry Training Site, Bldg 3
Port Clinton, OH 43452

Air cylinder packages must have the name of the school, JROTC unit or club printed on the outside of the package. It is recommended that FedEx or UPS is used so that the shipment can be located with a tracking number. Please purchase a return label in advance and bring with you to return your cylinders home.

HOW TO REGISTER.

To register, visit www.odcmp.com, and follow the links to the Camp Perry Open Registration page. Competitors over the age of 18 must complete and sign a CMP Affidavit and Liability release prior to competing at Camp Perry. Shooters under the age of 18 must have a 2011 Parental Permission Form completed prior to competing at Camp Perry. You can print the CMP Affidavit and Liability Release form by going to http://www.odcmp.com/Competitions/Affidavit.pdf. You can print the Parental Permission Form by going to http://www.odcmp.com/NM/JrLiabilityRelease.pdf. The Forms may be submitted to Katie Harrington at, CMP, P. O. Box 576, Camp Perry OH 43452, or fax it to 419-635-2573. Email queries may be addressed to kharrington@odcmp.com, or you can call Katie at 419-635-2141 ext 1131. Forms may also be brought to Camp Perry. Registration will be open through 1 January. Please note that registration will close two weeks prior to the event.


ENTRY FEES.

Junior 3x20 - $15
60 Shot Air Rifle - $25 Juniors; $30 Open
60 Shot Air Pistol - $25 Juniors; $30 Open
Junior Clinic - $10
There will be full-refunds up until two weeks prior to the match. Competitors that cancel within the two weeks will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be issued the day of the competitions

The fees must be prepaid online at time of registration. If school or government regulations require payment by check, please call 419-635-2141 ext 1131 or 1102 to register by phone.


HOUSING.
Housing accommodations on base can be made by calling the Camp Perry Clubhouse Rental Office at 1-888-889-7010 or (614) 336-6214 between the hours of 9:00am. and 9:00pm EST, Tuesday through Friday. We will not pay expenses for housing. There are also several local hotels that have competitive rates during the off-season. A list of area hotels can be found at: http://www.odcmp.com/Lodging.htm.

DIRECTIONS TO RANGE.
Camp Perry is located approximately five miles west of Port Clinton on Ohio State Highway #2. The Camp Perry entrance is on the north side of Hwy #2 and is marked by two lighthouses. Proceed north on the Camp Perry entrance road. From the Main Gate continue on the entrance road until you reach the stop sign at Sommers Rd. Go straight at the STOP sign to Lawrence Rd. Turn Right on Lawrence Rd. You will see a garage door covered range on your left. As soon as the covered range ends, turn left into the large parking lot. The CMP Marksmanship Center is a new building located next to the covered range.


MAP OF CAMP PERRY




The CMP looks forward to seeing your team or club at the CMP Camp Perry Open on 14-16 January 2011!
 

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Camp Perry Program Center
Phone: (419) 635-2141      Fax: (419) 635-2802

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Camp Perry Training Site, Bldg #3 (shipping)
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
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