April 14th, 2009

Eastern Jr. High Power Clinic & Championship, June 20-26

Young people are the future of the shooting sports. The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) promotes junior shooting with a variety of programs for young shooters, including CMP High Power and service rifle clinics. This June, in cooperation with the North Carolina National Guard, NC Rifle & Pistol Assn., and the USMC Rifle Team, the CMP hosts a major event for junior competitors.

The Eastern U.S. Junior High Power Clinic and Championship will take place on 20-26 June at Camp Butner, North Carolina. This event offers a full week of clinics, coaching and competition for junior service rifle competitors. Enrollment is now open for the Clinic and Championship. CLICK HERE to register.

CMP Junior Eastern High Power Clinic
Photos courtesy ODCMP.com.

CMP Junior High power clinicThe clinic offers instruction on and off the firing line covering both shooting in individual matches and shooting as a member of a coached team. During the 6 days of clinics and competition, juniors fire a 600 yard 20-shot prone slow-fire match, an 80-shot Bushmaster Trophy Match (4×20 shots), a Billy Atkins Team Match (two-person teams with each firer shooting a 50-shot NMC with coaching), a CMP 50-shot EIC Match and an Infantry Team Match.

The fee for the 2009 Clinic and Championship is $100 which includes on-base housing at Camp Butner, lunches (Sunday-Thursday) and evening meals (Sunday-Thursday).

CLICK HERE for Program Details and Registration Info.

If you have questions about the Eastern U.S. Junior Highpower Clinic and Championship, email Bob Hughes at rlhj43 [at] att.net, Brad Palmer at palmerpatch [at] aol.com, or Christine Elder at celder [at] odcmp.com.

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