Ken Hyatt Ken.H@rcgc.club 336-501-6406
Eye protection and Hearing protection are REQUIRED.
2022 Shoot Schedule -
This is a reminder that we have a CMP Highpower Rifle match occurring on the first Saturday of every month, March thru October.
You may choose to fire at either 100 yard or 200 yard NRA bullseye targets.
The course of fire consists of three stages: Prone Slowfire; five sighting shots and ten shots for record in a time limit of fifteen minutes (single load only).
Prone Rapidfire; ten shots for record in a time limit of eighty seconds with a mandatory magazine change.
Standing slowfire; ten shots for record in a time limit of ten minutes fired offhand (single load only).
Any Military type "Service Rifle" in good condition is eligible with any sights: metallic or optic i.e. with or without a scope. You will need thirty-five rounds of
ammunition and there are no alibis or re-fires for any reason.
Registration begins at 9 AM, there is a mandatory safety briefing at 9:30 AM. Live fire commences at 10 AM sharp.
Anyone may shoot. Members $10. Non-members $15.
At the conclusion of every match we will conduct a Highpower Rifle training and coaching session for shooters from novice to expert. You do NOT need to fire the match
I have not figured out a way to safely convene the match while allowing other shooters to use the rifle range so for the time being the range will be confined to the highpower match from 10:00 AM until noon.
Call, text or email me directly with any questions:
Ken Hyatt 336-501-6406
Any modern military service rifle is allowed - bolt action or semi-auto.
M1, M1A, AR15, M1 carbine, 1903/03A3, Mosin Nagant, 6.5 Swedish etc. I’m sure almost all of you have one so make plans to join us.
There is a mandatory magazine change in the rapid fire stage with 2 then 8 rounds or 5 and 5 in a bolt action rifle.
We shoot the CMP Trophy Match as found here:
The Civilian Marksmanship Program sponsors the "Eastern CMP Games" a full week of competition at The National Guard facility in Butner, NC in May. Our matches are a great way to get tuned up.