Athletes and ranges looking for competitive opportunities during the winter months should turn to the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) Indoor Pistol League, which runs through the end of April 2023.
The Indoor Pistol Series is part of CMP’s League Matches (introduced in early 2022) and consists of a 900 total pistol match. Event participants compete by shooting the course at a host shooting range, with scores submitted and averaged within CMP’s online competition tracking system. Prizes will be distributed to the best competitors from across the country.
CMP league matches include rifle, pistol and CMP game events, open to any CMP affiliated club. Information about the CMP League can be found on the CMP website at https://thecmp.org/competitions/cmp-league-matches/, including a current list of clubs hosting matches, detailed instructions on how to host a match, and plus. . Questions can be directed to CMP’s Competition Support Staff at 419-635-2141, ext. 714 or email@example.com.
Organize a CMP league match:
Interested in hosting? Simply complete an application at https://thecmp.org/competitions/cmp-league-matches/ to specify the requested matches and dates. Once approved, a spreadsheet will be sent to the match director to record the official scores that will be compared to other participating clubs. Fees for these events include $10 per league for sanctioning, plus $2 per competitor. Clubs may hold the events offered on a weekly, monthly, or bi-monthly schedule.
About the matches sanctioned by CMP and affiliated clubs:
A CMP Sanctioned Match is an event organized or sponsored by a CMP affiliated organization, in which the match sponsors agree to use the current edition of the CMP Competition Rules to conduct CMP High Power Rifle, Pistol CMP and CMP games. Membership allows clubs to not only build relationships with their members and the CMP, but also provides a variety of opportunities for recreation and growth. Learn more about CMP affiliated clubs at https://thecmp.org/clubs/.
The Civilian Marksmanship Program is a federally chartered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. It is dedicated to firearms safety and marksmanship training and the promotion of marksmanship competition for United States citizens. To learn more about the CMP and its programs, log on to www.TheCMP.org.