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Rocky Mountain Regional CMP Cup Match

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2013 Rocky Mountain Regional CMP Cup and

 

CMP Junior 3PAR State Championship Match

 

Established Nov 22, 2008 by Club #57762 

Sponsors: 

 

Staff supported by:

Domino’s Pizza

6890 Mesa Ridge Pkwy

Fountain, CO 80817

 

 

Subway

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc, Love's Travel Stop 357
5505 Travel Plaza Drive
Fountain, CO 80817 map
Phone: (719) 391-2300
Website: Subway.com

 

Awards provided by: 

Maxwell Medals and Awards

1296 Business Park Drive

Traverse City, MI 49686

Phone: 800.331.1383

Fax:  231.941.2102

www.maxmedals.com

 

2012 Match # of participants:  173

 

2013 Rocky Mountain Regional CMP Cup Match and CMP Junior State Championship Match Program

2013 RMR CMP Cup and CO Junior Championship.docx
Entry Form

2013 Rocky Mountain Regional CMP Cup Match and CMP Junior State Championship Match Entry Form.docx

 

 

Dates:  Matches are scheduled for 6-7 December 2013. Suspense for all entry forms is 15 November 2013.

 

Location: The competition will be located in the District Fleischauer Activity Center (DFAC) gym located at 400 Alabama Ave W, Fountain, CO 80817 or at the Fountain Ft Carson High School at 900 Jimmy Camp Road, Fountain, CO 80817.

 

          Mail entry forms to:                                    Fountain Fort Carson High School

                                                                             ATTN: JROTC

                                                                             900 Jimmy Camp Road

                                                                             Fountain, CO 80817

                                                                             (719)382-1660

          Who may compete:

 

a)  Age Limits: Competitors who have reached their 18th birthday or are a graduate of high school, class of 2013 and those younger are eligible.  Special Age Groups Categories are indicated in accordance with rule 3.4.3.  A special age group will be established for competitors under the age of 12 for the CMP Cup Match.

 

Age Group 1

Competitors who reach their 17th or 18th birthday in the calendar year of the competition or who are older than 18 and still meet the eligibility criteria for School Age competitors.

Age Group 2

Competitors who reach their 15th or 16th birthday in the calendar year of the competition.

Age Group 3

Competitors who will not reach their 15th birthday in the calendar year of the competition.

Special Age Group

Competitors who will not reach their 12th birthday in the calendar year of the competition.

 

b)  Teams:  A team is composed of four firing members (5 for the Junior Championships) who represent the same Junior Shooting Club.  More than one team may represent a Junior Shooting Club; however, firing members can only participate on one team.  Each team must be currently affiliated or enrolled with an organization that is a member of the National Three-Position Air Rifle Council: The American Legion, BSA-Venturing, CMP, Daisy/U. S. Jaycees Shooter Education Program, National 4-H Shooting Sports, United States Army Cadet Command (High School Division), USMC Training and Education Command and U. S. Navy Education and Training Command, etc...  Please enter the team initial team breakdown on the registration form and confirm at the door on the day of the event.

 

Rules:  The current National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Book, otherwise known as the Bluebook will govern the postal match.  To download a copy of the rulebook, visit this website:  http://www.odcmp.com/3P.htm

 

Categories of Air Rifle:  Competitors may enter in either of two categories in the tournament based on the type of air rifle they wish to use, however, individuals cannot compete in both categories (see rule 3.3).

           

a)  Precision Air Rifle Category: as described in the National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rule 4.4. 

           

b)  Sporter Air Rifle Category: as described in National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rule 4.2. A Precision air rifle CAN NOT be modified in any way in order for it to comply as a Sporter Air Rifle. Air Rifles officially approved for Sporter Class air rifle competitions are the AirForce Air Guns Edge, Crosman CH2000 (CO2), Crosman CH2009 (CO2 or compressed air), Daisy M853/753/953/853CM (pneumatic), Daisy 888/887 (CO2), Daisy XSV40 Valiant (compressed air), Air Arms T200 (compressed air, the T200 has a non-adjustable cheekpiece and butt-plate) and the Champions Choice T200 (compressed air, with adjustable cheek-piece and butt-plate). Daisy 887/888 rifles may have 2010 model replacement stocks. O

 

Course of Fire: Precision Air Rifle Category: Air rifle 3x20 (National Standard Rules), 20 shots each prone, standing, and kneeling fired in this order. Ties will be broken using the National 3P Rule book.

           

Sporter Air Rifle Category:  Air rifle 3x20 (National Standard Rules), 20 shots each prone, standing, and kneeling fired in this order. Ties will be broken using the process outlined in the National 3P Rule book.

 

Conduct of Match: As specified in the current National Standard Rules. 120 MINUTES - for three positions to include 5 minute sighting periods(standing/kneeling) for both sporter and precision class rifles. There will not be an extended sighting stage for this match.

 

Team Match: There is a four-member “paper” team match using scores from the individual competition. This is a co-ed team match. Team designation must be designated on the registration form and confirmed upon arrival.

 

          Finals: No finals are scheduled.

 

Assignment of Firing Lanes: Firing lanes will be assigned before the start of the match and posted in the hall adjacent to the range.

 

Targets:  Competitors use official Orion targets for each class.

 

Clothing:  All Participants will comply with the clothing guidelines specified in the National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rulebook. 

 

Scoring: Scoring will be completed using the Orion scoring software system. A scoring panel will complete scoring and display targets for review in the wrestling room adjacent to the range. Protests will be applied as per rule 9 and must be submitted within 10 minutes of the scores being posted.

 

CMP Cup Awards:  Over 70 awards are available at this match.        Number of awards are based on the number of participants as indicated in the tables below.

           

            Team: Team champion trophy is a 27” four column trophy, all remaining team trophies are 24” two column trophies.

 

Number of Teams in Category

Number of Team Awards

10 or less

2

11-25

3

26-50

4

51+

5

 

            Individual:

                 

Number of individuals in Category

Number of Individual Awards

15 or less

2

16-30

3

31-50

4

51+

5

 

                  1st Place Individual Champion Sporter and Precision: 20 inch trophy

                  2nd  through 5th place individual Sporter and Precision overall:  12 inch trophy

                  Individual sporter age group 1st thru 5th: individual medal

                  1st and 2nd place Special Age Group 12 and under: 7 inch trophy

                  Most Center Shots in Sporter and Precision: 12 inch trophy

                  CMP certificates for each participant.

                  Match patch for each participant

 

 

Colorado CMP Junior State Championship Awards: Colorado State winners will qualify for the Regional Championships.  The top Colorado sporter and precision team as well as the top individual (not on a qualifying team) will be invited. This invitation is only good for the winners; invitations will NOT be passed down.  All other teams/ individuals may only qualify through the postal competition..

 

Individual Championships: Individuals not receiving championship team medals will receive medallions for the sporter and precision categories. The top three individuals by age group of the sporter class will receive medals.

 

Number of individuals in Category

Number of Individual Awards

15 or less

2

16-30

3

31-50

4

51+

5

 

Team Championships: Team awards consist of medallions for each member of team. We are seeking sponsors to donate perpetual trophies for the top two teams in the CMP Junior State Championship Match.

 

Number of Teams in Category

Number of Team Awards

10 or less

2

11-30

3

31-50

4

51+

5

 

Results: Match results will be posted on our program web site at http://www.orionresults.com/ffchsrifleteamas well as on the CMP competition results page located at http://clubs.odcmp.com/cgi-bin/matchResultSearch.cgi?designation=AIR. Trophies, medals, certificates, and scored targets are presented upon completion of the match.

Time Schedule:            Friday, 6 Dec 2013:        Relay 1:  5:30 pm – Until Complete

                                             Saturday, 7 Dec 2013:     Relay 2:  8 am

                                                                                  Relay 3:  11 am

                                                                                  Relay 4:  2 pm

                                                                 (Relay times to be distributed by 30 Nov 11)

 

AccomodationsClarion Hotels, 314 W. Bijou Street, Colorado Springs, CO  80905.  Reservations: 800-477-8610 Direct 719-471-8680,  www.clarionhotel.com/hotel/co025.com. Ask for USA Shooting Group Rate of $65 Nov-April.  Features include: Free Full Hot Breakfast, Coin-op Laundromat, Indoor Pool/Spa Spacious rooms with two queen size beds  *Microwave, *Fridge, *Coffee Makers, *Hair Dryers, *Iron/Ironing Board  *Interior Corridors *Indoor heated saltwater pool & hot tub *Courtyard with Gazebo  *Exercise Facility *100% Non Smoking Facility Additional Hotels can be found using the following link: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&q=Hotels&sll=38.77764,-104.725113&sspn=0.061961,0.1684&ie=UTF8&split=1&rq=1&ev=zi&radius=5.44&hq=Hotels&hnear=&ll=38.764926,-104.754982&spn=0.061972,0.1684&z=13.

 

     Other Information:

 

  • ·         The State’s team winners in Sporter and Precision, as well as the top individual, will qualify to participate in the CMP Regional Championships.
  • ·        
  • ·         CMP Individual ID #’s . This is a CMP Cup Match and Excellence in Competition (EIC) points may be earned for this match. Participants may qualify for national records when participating in this event. Participants ensure they have registered and received their respective number.
  • ·         Be at the range a minimum of 30 minutes prior to relay time for check in to confirm team designation and receive targets.
  • ·         Changing area will be available for the precision shooters. Changing is to be accomplished on-range to expedite change-over between relays.
  • ·         CO2 and compressed air refills available for competitors. Competitors must provide their own adapters and pellets.
  • ·         Coaches may be used as safety officers during the match.

 

 

 

Match Records

  

Category  Name  Score  Year 
Precision Class
Individual Score Carolina Gariss  578-32  2011
Team Score Eldorado JROTC 2269-106 2011
Most Center Shots Carolina Gariss 32 2011
Sporter Class
Individaul Score Cody Sanchez-VC4HSS 553-24  2011
Team Score Volcano Vista JROTC 2131-54 2011
Most Center Shots Cody Sanchez-VC4HSS  24 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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