2021 Competition Season

Welcome to the new High Power match season!  With restrictions easing, we are already off to a better start than last year.  Not that the bar was all that high.  Personally I’m looking forward to a safe, fun, and competitive year for us all.  NRA and CMP rule books are published and ready to review, but generally speaking the rules are very similar to 2019.  Each governing body has online access to the rules as well as summaries of changes.

As always, we encourage any shooters with an interest in marksmanship fundamentals and competition to join us.  Please feel free to reach out to me via email or at the range and I’ll do my best to share what we do.  Our matches are open to guests and we hold regular practice sessions for club members.  If you want to follow what we do, I can add you to our email list for match updates and other related activities.  Check out the rest of our division web page for additional information about this sport.

Below you will find our 2021 match schedule, match bulletins, and a link to the match results page.  See you on the firing line!









April 24/25 WSRPA E. District Championship

A soggy Saturday didn’t stop anyone this year.  Some really good scores were posted but in the end, Roger McRoberts had secured the match win and the state leg points.  He backed up his performance with another win on Sunday for the CMP service rifle leg match.  Nice job Roger!


May 2  F-Class Match

We had 17 shooters on the line and fantastic weather.  Great to see some new faces in the crowd.  Looking forward to a great year!


May 30 Service Rifle EIC Leg Match

Our May 30th CMP EIC Service Rifle Leg match had a great turnout with 12 competitors total and enough non-distinguished shooters to qualify for 6 point leg!  The weather was absolutely perfect, and I’m probably not the only person that never moved their windage knobs the entire morning.  I’d also like to acknowledge Mr. Andy Hills for volunteering to call the line for us.  It was a huge help to me and to us all!

Having enough people for a EIC Leg match is critical so I want to specifically thank a few individuals who are not “regulars” per se.  First Mr. Robert Tarkenton, who is a tireless supporter of a wide range of shooting sports, took time to join us on Sunday.  Lonnie Bickford is a busy parent, but came for the day to shoot with his Dad Lyle.  Finally, Duane Leopard is a long time shooter, but is just getting started in High Power sports. He had only shot F-Class 1 time before this match and literally just got his service rifle built a few days ago.  He showed great heart to jump in and join a very challenging venue.  Well done and thanks to all of you.


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