Civilian Marksmanship Program   

MORNING PROGRAM: Sanctioned John C. Garand Matches
Starts by 9:00am on most 3rd Sundays, see website for schedule.

PURPOSE OF MATCH: The purpose of these matches is to provide an opportunity for new and beginning shooters to learn and practice high power rifle shooting techniques. Instruction will be offered before the match and experienced coaches will be on the line to assist beginning shooters. These matches are Sanctioned by the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP). Participants using an as-issued M-1 Garand, M1903/A3 Springfield or Vintage Military Rifle will be eligible for CMP Achievement Awards. All participants completing the Clinic and Match will be issued a CMP Participation Certificate that can be used to qualify to purchase an M-1 Garand rifle from the CMP.

COURSE OF FIRE:
CMP Course A. This will be a 30 shot match fired at either 100 yards on SR-1 targets or 200 yards on SR targets. See below for details. Except for sighters fired during Stage 1, no additional sighting shots will be taken during the match except as may be authorized by the Match Director.

  • CMP Stage 1. Up to 5 sighting shots and 10 shots for record slow fire, prone position. 15 minute time limit.
  • CMP Stage 2. 10 shots rapid fire, prone position (from standing). One ten shot string, 70-second time limit; except that, the time limit shall be 80 seconds if an M1903/a3 Springfield or Vintage Military Rifle is present on the firing line.
  • CMP Stage 3. 10 shots slow fire, standing position. 10 minute time limit.

Scores reporting to CMP
Official CMP scorecards will be used. Any center-fire high power rifles with metallic sights (CMP Rule 6 and NRA Rule 3.2) may be used to fire the match. Scores will only be reported to the CMP for the following categories.

  • As-Issued M-1 Garand
  • U.S, M1903/A3 Springfield
  • Vintage Military Rifle
  • U.S. M-1 Carbine
  • Accurized M-1 Garand
  • Modern Military Rifle
For instance, Steyr AUG's, Sig 556's, H&K 91's as well as stock AR-15 and M-4 Carbine clones would compete as Modern Military Rifles. Accurized Service Rifles (M-14/M1A and M-16/AR-15) and NRA/ISU Match Rifles are not elibible to compete. Shooters firing ineligible rifles can qualify for clinic completion certificates but will otherwise be firing for practice only.

There will be a minimum of two (2) relays. Experienced shooters are encouranged to fire during the first relay and remain to assist new shooters firing the second relay. The CMP M-1 Clinic will take place during Relay 1. All new participants are required to attend the clinic. Advanced practice and coaching, when available, will take place after the match.

RULES: Current CMP Rules shall apply.

Competitors are responsible for prividing their own rifles and ammunition for this match. This is a no-alibi match. Competitors are expected to ensure that their equipment is in good working order.

Burbank R&R Club M1 Garand rifles will be available for use. Please notify the match director prior to the match if you wish to use a club rifle. Caliber .30-'06 ammo may also be purchased for use in the match. All competitors must use shooting glasses and hearing protectors. A shooting coat is recommended. Shooting mats will be provided.

START TIME: 9:00am. Arrive at the range by 8:30am.

COSTS:
Match fee is $15.00 for non-members, $7.00 for BRRC members.
Ammunition cost is $20.00
(subject to change)

Match Directors: Wayne Fenner and Dennis Santiago

Please download and fill out the Acknowledgement of Risk, Release and Indemnity Agreement (pdf).

AFTERNOON PROGRAM: Rotating Format CMP Games Series
1:00pm following the M-1 Garand Match on most 3rd Sundays, see website for schedule.
Non-EIC Service Pistol
January, April, July, November
.22 Rimfire Sporter
February, May, August, December
M-1/M-4 Carbine
March, June, September


PURPOSE OF MATCH: The purpose of these matches is to provide an opportunity for new and beginning shooters to learn and practice conventional pistol shooting technique. While no instruction class will be offered at these matches, experienced coaches will be on the line to assist beginning shooters. This event will consist of two matches.

CMP As-Issued Pistol Course
This will be a 40 shot match conducted on a 25-yard firing range. The course of fire is as follows.

  • CMP As-Issued Stage 1. 25 yards, Standing with a one-hand or two-handed grip. 5 sighters + 10 rounds for record (5 + 5 with a reload) in a time limit of 10 minutes. NRA B-8 target.
  • CMP As-Issued Stage 2. 25 yards, Standing with a left single-handed grip. 10 rounds for record (5 + 5 with a reload) in a time limit of 5 minutes. NRA B-8 target.
  • CMP As-Issued Stage 3. 25 yards, Standing with a right single-handed grip. 10 rounds for record (5 + 5 with a reload) in a time limit of 5 minutes. NRA B-8 target.
  • CMP As-Issued Stage 4. 25 yards, Standing with a one-hand or two-handed grip. 10 rounds for record (5 + 5 with a reload) in a time limit of 70 seconds. NRA B-8 target.

Any pistol from 1st Edition Competition Rules for CMP Games Rifle and Pistol Matches, 2013 conforming to CMP Rules 4.4.4 may be used. Note that Rule 4.4.4 includes the As-Issued M9 and M1911 series pistols but excludes accurized Service Pistols. This match is meant to be shot with off the shelf firearms.

4.4.4 Military & Police Service Pistol - Pistols must be semi-auto pistols that are practical or suitable for issue as a military or police service pistols. The pistol must comply with the following requirements:

  • Pistol calibers cannot be smaller than 9mm nor larger than .45 cal.
  • Barrels may not be more than five (5) inches in length.
  • Pistols must have a single or striker action trigger pull of not less than 4.0 pounds (Glock and Springfield Armory XD pistols with barrels no longer than five (5) inches are permitted).
  • Pistols may not be match conditioned.
  • Pistols must be equipped with standard issue non-adjustable sights.
  • Ammunition used with Military & Police Service Pistols must be loaded with full metal-jacketed round nose bullets.


RULES: Current CMP Rules shall apply.

Competitors are responsible for providing their own firearms and ammunition for this match. This is a no-alibi match. Competitors are expected to ensure that their equipment is in good working order.

All competitors must use shooting glasses and hearing protectors.

START TIME: 1:00pm. Arrive at the range by 12:30pm for registration and squadding.

COSTS: Fee is $15.00 for adult non-members, $7.00 for adult members. The fee for all juniors is $5.00.

RE-ENTRY: Re-entries are on a space available basis only. Priority will be given to competitors who have not yet fired.

Match Directors: Wayne Fenner and Dennis Santiago

Please download the Acknowledgement of Risk, Release and Indemnity Agreement (pdf).



PURPOSE OF MATCH: The purpose of these matches is to provide an opportunity for new and beginning shooters to learn and practice rifle shooting techniques using commonly available .22 Long Rifle chambered sporting firearms. While no instruction class will be offered at these matches, experienced coaches will be on the line to assist beginning shooters.

Any .22 LR repeater may be used. The rifle used must be capable of firing a 5-shot rapid fire string. Types of actions:

  • Semi-Automatic,
  • Manual including bolt, lever, pump.

Two classes of systems permitted:

  • T-Class includes telescopc sights not to exceed 6 power magnification or receiver sights,
  • O-Class includes open sights consisting of a notch rear sight and post front sight.

Any .22 Long Rifle ammunition of good quality is permitted including standard, high velocity and hypervelocity ammunition.

Competition target rifles are prohibited from use in these events.

Participants are eligible for CMP Achievement Awards.

COURSE OF FIRE:
CMP .22 Sporter Course. This will be a 60 shot match. See below for details. There will be a single ten minute sighting period for Stage 1. No additional sighting shots will be taken during the match except as may be authorized by the Match Director.

  • CMP Stage 1. 50 yards, 10 minute sighting period. Any position.
  • CMP Stage 2. 50 yards, prone position, slow fire, 10 shots in 10 minutes.
  • CMP Stage 3. 50 yards, prone position, rapid fire (2 x 5 shot strings - Semi-auto 25 sec/Manual 30 sec)
  • CMP Stage 4. 50 yards, sitting or kneeling position, slow fire, 10 shots in 10 minutes.
  • CMP Stage 5. 50 yards, sitting or kneeling position, rapid fire (2 x 5 shot strings - Semi-auto 25 sec/Manual 30 sec)
  • CMP Stage 6. 25 yards, standing position, slow fire, 10 shots in 10 minutes.
  • CMP Stage 7. 25 yards, standing position, rapid fire (2 x 5 shot strings - Semi-auto 25 sec/Manual 30 sec)

.22 Sporter scores reporting to CMP
Official CMP scorecards will be used.

RULES: Current CMP Rules shall apply.

Competitors are responsible for providing their own rifles and ammunition for this match. This is a no-alibi match. Competitors are expected to ensure that their equipment is in good working order.

BRRC has a limited number of Remington 513T bolt-action rifles available for use. Please notify the match director prior to the match if you wish to use a club rifle. While the club may have ammunition available for shooters using club rifles, we recommend that you bring freshly purchased .22LR ammunition of good quality with you.

All competitors must use shooting glasses and hearing protectors. Per CMP rules, the use of shooting coats, gloves, match rifle slings and other competition equipment is NOT PERMITTED for this match. The use of the M1903 leather or WWII web sling is permitted. Shooting mats will be provided.

START TIME: Arrive at the range between by 12:00noon for registration and squadding.

The later start time is specifically to encourage family participation.

If you need to zero your rifle, arrive earlier becasue the sighting shots during the match will be limited to the 10 minute time period. One of the 25 yards pistol bays will be available for you to sight in.

COSTS: Match fee is $15.00 for adult non-members, $7.00 for adult members. The fee for all juniors is $5.00.

RE-ENTRY: Re-entries are on a space available basis only. Priority will be given to competitors who have not yet fired.

Match Directors: Wayne Fenner and Dennis Santiago

Please download the Acknowledgement of Risk, Release and Indemnity Agreement (pdf).



PURPOSE OF MATCH: The purpose of these matches is to provide an opportunity for new and beginning shooters to learn and practice high power rifle shooting techniques. No instruction class will be offered at these matches although experienced coaches will be on the line to assist beginning shooters.

The M-1 Carbine portion of the match is Sanctioned by the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) for competitors using rifles meeting Rule 6.3.5. Participants using an as-issued M-1 Carbine will be eligible for CMP Achievement Awards.

The M-4 Carbine portion of the match is designed to allow owners of carbine lenght M-16/AR-15 platform firearms to shoot the same course of fire. The rifle used must be a carbine length version of the M-16/AR-15 with a barrel length not to exceed 16 inches firing 5.56x45mm NATO / .223 Remington ammunition. Sights used may be XM-177/M-4 length primary or back-up iron sights; or a non-magnifying (1X power) optical sight. Full length rifles of any type may not be used. Competitors using these rifles will have scores reported to the CMP as firing a "Modern Military Rifle" and are not eligible for CMP M-1 Carbine Achievement Awards.

COURSE OF FIRE:
CMP Carbine Course. This will be a 40 shot match fired at 100 yards on NRA SR-1 targets. See below for details. No additional sighting shots will be taken during the match except as may be authorized by the Match Director.

  • CMP Stage 1. Up to 10 sighting shots then 10 shots for record slow fire, prone position. 15 minutes including time for sighting shots.
  • CMP Stage 2. 10 shots rapid fire, prone position (from standing). One ten shot string with a reload, 60-second time limit.
  • CMP Stage 3. 10 shots rapid fire, sitting position (from standing). One ten shot string with a reload, 60-second time limit.
  • CMP Stage 4. 10 shots slow fire, standing position. 10 minute time limit.

Scores
Official CMP scorecards will be used. Shooters firing an as-issued U.S. M-1 Carbine are eligible for CMP achievement awards.

RULES: Current CMP Rules shall apply.

Competitors are responsible for prividing their own rifles and ammunition for this match. This is a no-alibi match. Competitors are expected to ensure that their equipment is in good working order.

BRRC has a limited number of M1 Carbines rifles available for use. Please notify the match director prior to the match if you wish to use a club rifle. Ammunition is only available for shooters using a club M-1 Carbine at a cost of $25.00 (subject to change).

All competitors must use shooting glasses and hearing protectors. A shooting coat is recommended. Shooting mats will be provided.

START TIME: 1:00pm. Arrive at the range by 12:30pm.

COSTS: Match fee is $15.00 for non-members, $7.00 for members. M-1 Carrbine ammunition is avaiable for competitors at $25.00 for 50 rounds, subject to change.

RE-ENTRY: Re-entries are on a space available basis only. Priority will be given to competitors who have not yet fired.

Match Directors: Wayne Fenner and Dennis Santiago

Please download the Acknowledgement of Risk, Release and Indemnity Agreement (pdf).