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Range 7 Frozen Chosin CMP 200 Yard Rifle Match

This match is to honor those that fought at the Chosin Reservoir in December 1950 during the Korean War.

Entry: Open to all.  Open to the Public.

The notarized CMP Eligibility Affidavit and Liability Agreement must be on file with the CMP or be submitted when registering for this match.

When? December 5th 2020  What? CMP/GSM High Power Rifle Match

Where? Sign-up is from 8 Am, firing at ~ 0900, on range # 7, the 600 yd. range.

Fee: $20.00 for each competitor.  Juniors under 18 no match fee.  Upon advance request there will be loaner rifles available for junior shooters, with club supplied ammunition.

Rules: the CMP rules will apply (see: thecmp.org). All other range safety rules will apply. Use of ECI (empty chamber indicator device, available at the match) is mandatory. Use of eye and hearing protection is required on the firing, ready and assembly lines. In addition, wearing of a billed hat and eye and ear protection is required while in the pit.

Equipment: any “as-issued” (or unlimited) M-1 Garand, Springfield ’03 & ‘03A3, U.S. Model of 1917, Modern (or Unlimited Modern) Military and Vintage Military Bolt Action rifles are allowed. Other rifles (max. cal. of .338) are allowed, but will compete “out of competition” (no award).

Ground mats, coats, gloves, spotting scopes etc. are allowed. Web or leather service rifle slings allowed. Use of the sling is not allowed in stage 4 (off-hand), but sling must be attached (parade style) to the rifle. The use of sandbags, rests, bipods etc. is prohibited.

Course of fire: the CMP John C. Garand “B” course of fire. All firing from 200 yards on the (decimal) SR target.

Five sighting shots followed by 50 record shots. No re-fires or alibi’s given.

Stage 1: five sighting shots slow fire from any position followed by twenty slow fire record shots from the prone position in a time limit of twenty-five minutes.

Stage 2: one string of rapid fire prone, with mandatory reload. Time limit of 80 seconds.

Stage 3: one string of rapid fire sitting or kneeling, with mandatory reload. Time limit of 70 seconds.

Stage 4: ten shots for record offhand/standing in a time limit of ten minutes.

All stages of fire will be completed once the competitor is on the firing line.

Awards: CMP award pins. Gold, Silver and Bronze award pins to competitors achieving “cut scores” as designated by 2019 CMP rules, annex G.

General information: Competitors will perform scoring, pit, firing and other duties, as assigned.


Directions to the RCLRC range: from I-94 exit at 7-mile rd. and go East approximately 5 miles to WI hwy 32 and turn right, (South) proceed 1 mile to 6-mile Road. Turn left on 6 Mile Road and go East for about ¼ mile and then turn left (North) onto Michna Road. Proceed on Michna Rd. for 1 mile (do not enter the Rohner/FBI range) and then turn left onto 7 Mile Road. Proceed on 7 Mile Road for about ¼ mile and turn right (North) onto the gravel road adjacent to the RR tracks. Watch for the range signs and follow the road onto the club property and adhere to instructions from the RCLRC gate guard.

The battle took place about a month after the People's Republic of China entered the conflict. On 27 November 1950, the Chinese force surprised the US X Corps commanded by Major General Edward Almond at the Chosin Reservoir area. A brutal 17-day battle in freezing weather soon followed. Between 27 November and 13 December, 30,000 United Nations Command troops (later nicknamed "The Chosin Few") under the field command of Major General Oliver P. Smith were encircled and attacked by about 120,000 Chinese troops under the command of Song Shilun, who had been ordered by Mao Zedong to destroy the UN forces. The UN forces were nevertheless able to break out of the encirclement and to make a fighting withdrawal to the port of Hungnam, inflicting heavy casualties on the Chinese.

Racine county Line Rifle Club 8922 Rifle Range Rd Racine, WI  53402

Garand course B 50 round match with 5 sight in shots. Bling awarded to those achieving cut scores for Garands/Springfields and vintage Military rifles. Awards: CMP award pins. Gold, Silver and Bronze award pins to competitors achieving “cut scores” as designated by 2019 CMP rules, annex G.

General information: Competitors will perform scoring, pit, firing and other duties, as assigned.

 

Stage 1: five sighting shots slow fire from any position followed by twenty slow fire record shots from the prone position in a time limit of twenty-five minutes.

Stage 2: one string of rapid fire prone, with mandatory reload. Time limit of 80 seconds.

Stage 3: one string of rapid fire sitting or kneeling, with mandatory reload. Time limit of 70 seconds.

Stage 4: ten shots for record offhand/standing in a time limit of ten minutes.

Sign In between 8:00 am and 8:30 am in club house. Cost is $10

Contact John Lathrop 414-305-4455 for questions. Directions to the RCLRC range: from I-94 exit at 7-mile rd. and go East approximately 5 miles to WI hwy 32 and turn right, (South) proceed 1 mile to 6-mile Road. Turn left on 6 Mile Road and go East for about ¼ mile and then turn left (North) onto Michna Road. Proceed on Michna Rd. for 1 mile (do not enter the Rohner/FBI range) and then turn left onto 7 Mile Road. Proceed on 7 Mile Road for about ¼ mile and turn right (North) onto the gravel road adjacent to the RR tracks. Watch for the range signs and follow the road onto the club property and adhere to instructions from the RCLRC gate guard.




When:
Saturday, December 5, 2020, 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM
Where:
Racine County Line Rifle Club
8922 Rifle Range Rd
Racine, WI  53402

Contact(s):
John H Lathrop
Match Director
414-305-4455 (p)
Category:
Range Reservation
Registration is not Required
Capacity:
60
Available Slots:
60
$10.00 (pay at venue)