CMP Match Differences

At Crosse Creek Rifle and Pistol Club we sponsor two types of Vintage Military Rifle Matches; 
CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program,) and VMBAR/VMSAR (Vintage Military Bolt Action Rifle/Vintage Military Semi Automatic Rifle.) 

Below are the practical differences between our typical Vintage Military Rifle matches and an official CMP rifle match. 

For complete CMP Games rules, see the CMP Games Rulebook.   For general information about the CMP, Click Here.

CMP requires that an "Eligibility Affidavit and Liability Agreement" be signed and notarized before shooters may participate. This only needs to be done once for our CMP matches. If we have received one from you previously, we do not need another.  Click here for the form.

For CMP Games Matches:

Allowed Rifles:

Allowed Jackets:
Slow Fire Stages:

Sling Use:
Rapid Fire Stages: