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Creedmoor Games and Cup
« on: April 06, 2016, 12:42:26 PM »
April 29-May 7
Camp Butner, NC

http://thecmp.org/competitions/cmp-travel-games/eastern-games/

Separate registrations are required for the Games an Creedmoor Cup Matches.

The events begin with a SAFS (Small Arms Firing School) on Friday April 29th. Get there before 7 am if you have not preregistered and to check in. You will have class in the morning and then shoot a SAFS 45 shot match at 200 yards in the afternoon. The match is all shot on the SR target and runs 5 sighters at 200, followed by 10 shots for record in the Slow Prone, Rapid Prone, Sitting and Standing positions. There is a possible total of 400 points for the match. The top 10% of competitors will earn an Introductory 4 point Excellence in Competition Leg. If you can get 26 more points in Across the Course Matches you can earn a Distinguished Badge.

Saturday is Games and Pistol Matches. Sunday is more Games and Pistol Matches. More Games matches on Monday and Tuesday.

The Creedmoor Cup, a multi-day Across the Course Highpower Match begins on Wednesday with a Remington High Power Clinic in the morning and a 4 man team Match in the Afternoon.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday are the Actual Creedmoor Cup. This is 88 rounds (2 sighters plus 20 rounds for record) shot at 200, 300, and 600 yards.

Sunday is a 50 shot National Match Course Excellence in Competition Match with no sighters. Finish in the top 10% and with a score above 455 and you can earn more Leg points toward that Distinguished Badge.
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