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The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) is a national organization dedicated to training and educating U. S. citizens in responsible uses of firearms and airguns through gun safety training, marksmanship training and competitions. The CMP is a federally chartered 501 (c) (3) corporation that places its highest priority on serving youth through gun safety and marksmanship activities that encourage personal growth and build life skills. Visit http://www.TheCMP.org for more detailed information about the CMP and its programs.


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Anniston

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Awards

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Smallbore

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Camp Perry Open Air Rifle & Pistol

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292 photos
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National Rimfire Sporter Match

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148 photos
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National Rimfire Sporter Match

NM Air Gun Events

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Awards - Saturday

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2024 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 87
Modified 12-Jun-24
11480 photos

2023 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 207
Modified 10-Jan-24
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2022 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 26
Modified 6-Apr-23
4377 photos

2021 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 11
Modified 23-Nov-22
1150 photos

2020 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 3
Modified 19-Dec-20
484 photos

2019 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 8
Modified 28-Oct-21
1670 photos

2018 CMP Event Photos

Galleries 7
Modified 28-Oct-21
432 photos

CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park Events

Galleries 5
Modified 2-Apr-24
216 photos

2017 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 9
Modified 28-Oct-21
1424 photos

2016 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 10
Modified 1-Mar-17
2103 photos

2015 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 8
Modified 17-Feb-16
471 photos

2014 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 12
Modified 18-Mar-15
3402 photos

2013 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 11
Modified 17-Nov-14
2454 photos

2012 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 8
Modified 21-Feb-13
1503 photos

2011 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 11
Modified 22-May-12
1907 photos

2010 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 2
Modified 15-Jul-11
304 photos

2009 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 1
Modified 11-May-13
96 photos

2006 CMP Photo Archives

Galleries 1
Modified 8-Sep-14
57 photos

Other CMP Photos

Galleries 22
Modified 5-Feb-21
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Posed with Rifle

Visitors 367
48 photos
Created 10-Jun-24
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Guestbook for Civilian Marksmanship Program
Karl Ess(non-registered)
I competed in the 1961 Nat'l Match and was impressed positively, and educated. While I thought that 290 (out of 300) was a decent score I quickly found out that top 10 all shot a 300 and it was the # of X's that was the determinant. Education came in handy as 2 months later I was drafted (age 23) and had a good idea in "How to survive Basic Training". Sadly, I never made it back but never-the-less I am pleased that the CMP survives. As an aside, I still have and still shoot my 1911A1 (Parkerized) I bought through NRA/CMP for a whopping $17.00 . I am however no longer competitive as 86 years takes a toll. I find it interesting that in the early 50's I was able to bring my .22 cal rifle to school on the school bus for after school gun club. How times change! Not only Big Brother, but alas most of the citizenry seem to have a negative viewpoint re: kids and guns. It's OK to train our kids to read & write, and even to be violent on the football field - but to learn about gun safety is frowned upon. People forget that history only indicates a use of weapon with gunpowder in 1300's. Yet for over 4,000 years after Cain slew Abel with a ROCK, folks found numerous ways to kill one another (and they still do today). Guns DON'T kill - people do. My guns have never loaded themselves, aimed themselves, pointed themselves at a victim, nor operated their trigger to discharge a projectile. And yet people want to take away my guns and feel safer. I think not! THANK YOU CMP for all you do. Time to shut up as my cardiologist is opposed to my getting excited. Bye now.
Lisa Rose Paulsen(non-registered)
I shot at The National Matches in around 1980 w/ my team and my Coach, David Lyman from Blue Trail Rifle Range in Middlefield, CT.
What I remember most were the sleeping conditions and shower accommodations lol. I’m sure they’ve been nicely updated by now ;-) And the Military Police! Yikes
RIP Dave & Jay
Larry Shoemaker(non-registered)
Waiting on my very first M1 Garand rifle to arrive! Ordered through the CMP on January 15, 2021. Can't believe I will actually own one of the greatest battle implement ever devised! All thanks to the CMP, the awesome armourers and all employees working there because of their unselfish devotion and passion for keeping History alive which makes it all possible for me to own one! GOD BLESS you all! Keep up the AWESOME work!
Romi(non-registered)
Hello sir, this was the LAST ITEM ON MY BUCKET LIST . the first time shooting in it , it was a pleasure to find everyone so very helpful and a beautiful range .
John Hawk(non-registered)
Looking for the 20116 Camp Perry Pistol matches.
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