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The Civilian Marksmanship Program is dedicated to the respect for and safe handling of firearms, instilling patriotism and discipline in our youth participants.  The CMP provides its constituents with the highest level of instruction in the proper control of firearms by highly-skilled coaches and veteran range safety officers in the classroom, at our ranges and wherever the CMP banner is displayed. 

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CMP Marksmanship Centers,
Port Clinton, OH
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Shooters, including aspiring new shooters are invited to take advantage of a new opportunity to do practice shooting.  Both ranges consist of 80-point, 10-meter air gun range and are fully equipped with electronic targets that accommodate air rifle, air pistol or National Match Air Rifle shooting.  Instruction and equipment are also available.  Visit http://www.TheCMP.org/3P/
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The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) invites you to participate in the 4th annual National Matches Air Gun Events. These events are part of the National Matches at Camp Perry. Their purpose is to offer additional competition opportunities for National Matches pistol and rifle competitors as well as for anyone who wants to shoot in the National Matches with their air pistols or air rifles. All of these events will take place at the Camp Perry Marksmanship Center on MegaLink electronic targets. We look forward to welcoming you to the National Matches Air Gun Events at the Camp Perry Marksmanship Center!. For more information, please visit http://www.thecmp.org/
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Chichkov and Zimmerman Lead Juniors as Franks and Mango Dominate Overall CMP Trophy Pistol Matches

By Steve Cooper, CMP Marketing Manager
 

CAMP PERRY, OH Ė Junior pistol shooters Alexander Chichkov and Glenn Zimmerman were tops in their age group and Patrick Franks, Jr. and Robert Mango led the overall ranks in the CMP Presidentís Pistol and National Trophy Individual Pistol matches fired here on 14 July.
Alexander Chichkov, of Tampa, Florida, won the prestigious Junior Presidentís Pistol Match Trophy with an aggregate score of 369-4X. The 19-year-old also placed second in the Junior National Trophy Individual Match.

Chichkov, 19, of Tampa, FL, won the prestigious Junior Presidentís Pistol Match Trophy with an aggregate score of 369-4X. Zimmerman, 16, of Waterville, OH, won the G.P. Perry DeFino Trophy with a total score of 283-11X out of 300, which signifies the high scorer in the Individual Pistol match for juniors. All junior pistol matches were fired with .22 caliber pistols.
Glenn Zimmerman, of Waterville, Ohio, won the G.P. Perry DeFino Trophy with a total score of 283-11X out of 300, which signifies the high scoring junior in the National Trophy Individual pistol match. Presenting the DeFino Trophy plaque is U.S. Army National Guard SGM Robert Stanek.

In junior pistol, Chichkov was followed in the Junior Presidentís standings by Brian Hughes, 18, of Glens Falls, NY, for second place with a score of 355-4X. Walker Buckman, 17, of Lovettsville, VA, placed third (352-7X).

In the junior NTI rankings, Chichkov placed second to Zimmerman with an aggregate score of 276-6X. Brett Tucker, 16, of North Canton, OH, placed third with a 274-8X.
U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit SSG Patrick Franks, Jr., won the Presidentís Pistol Match with an aggregate score of 388-19X. Franks scored a 192-8X in the slow fire stage at 50 yards and followed with scores of 97-5X and 99-6X in timed fire and rapid fire, respectively.

The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unitís SSG Franks won the Presidentís Pistol Match with an aggregate score of 388-19X. Franks scored a 192-8X in the slow fire stage at 50 yards and followed with scores of 97-5X and 99-6X in timed fire and rapid fire, respectively. His score was five points behind teammate SSG James Hendersonís 393-17X who set the record in 2009.
In the National Trophy Individual Pistol Match, MSG Robert Mango captured the General Custer Trophy in a tiebreaker, 290-15X to SSG Franksí 290-9X. Presenting the trophy plaque to Mango is Assistant Adjutant General, BG John Harris, Ohio National Guard.

SSgt Jonathan Shue of the U.S. Marine Corps, placed second with an aggregate score of 386-17X, followed by MSG Mango, U.S. Army Reserve, who fired a total score of 386-12X. SSG Henderson placed seventh in this yearís contest with an aggregate total of 379-17X.
Judy Tant, of East Lansing, MI, was the high woman in the Presidentís Pistol Match, compiling an aggregate score of 358-8X. Presenting the trophy plaque is Dennis Willing, Director of the NRA Competitive Shooting Division.

Judy Tant, 63, of East Lansing, MI, was the high woman in the Presidentís Pistol Match, compiling a total score of 358-8X. James Lenardson, 62, of Toledo, OH, was the high senior competitor in the Presidentís Match with an aggregate of 373-10X.

In the National Trophy Individual Pistol Match, MSG Mango and SSG Franks swapped places from the Presidentís match with Mango winning the General Custer Trophy via tiebreaker, 290-15X to Franksí 290-9X. U.S. Army Reserve SFC Keith Sanderson placed third in the NTI with an aggregate of 289-9X.
Kathy Chatterton, of Glen Rock, New Jersey, won the National Womanís Trophy as high woman in the NTI, scoring a 270-5X and winning by tiebreaker over Judy Tant, who fired a 270-2X.

Kathy Chatterton, 62, of Glen Rock, NJ, won the National Womanís Trophy as high woman in the NTI, scoring a 270-5X. Judy Tant placed second (270-2X) and Susan Fries, 50, of Laingsburg, MI, followed with a 259-1X.

The following competitors were awarded NTI trophies for high scoring in each of the following categories:

ē William Tierney, Ancient Archer Trophy (Law Enforcement) 271-5X
ē MSgt Dean Grant, ANG, General Curtis LeMay Trophy (USAF) 259-5X
ē SSG Timothy Barber, ARNG, National Guard Assn. Trophy 281-8X
ē MSG Robert Mango, USAR Memorial Trophy 290-15X
ē Thomas Willats, Citizenís Military Pistol Trophy (Civilian) 285-9X
ē Steve Reiter, Senior Pistol Trophy 282-7X

In team competition, the winner of the Gold Cup Trophy (overall winner) went to USAMU Blue, comprised of SSG Franks (287), SPC Greg Markowski (285), SFC James Henderson (284) and SSG Michael Gasser (278). Their team score was 1134-38X.
Tom Allen, 38, of Charleston, West Virginia, enjoyed another trip to the NRA and CMP pistol matches at Camp Perry. Allen earned his Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge in 2011 and reached the Presidentís 100 last year.

In second place, Ohio Rifle & Pistol Association (ORPA) fired a score of 1104-25X. Team members were James Lenardson, Brian Zins, 43, of Girard, OH, Alan Barcon, 37, of Valley View, OH, and James Morman, 41, of Wakeman, OH. Third place went to USAR Black, fielded by SFC Keith Sanderson, MSG Robert Mango, MSG Robert Kolesar and LTC Gregory Pieper, with a team score of 1103-28X.
In team competition, the winner of the Gold Cup Trophy (overall winner) went to USAMU Blue, comprised of SSG Franks (287), SPC Greg Markowski (285), SFC James Henderson (284) and SSG Michael Gasser (278). Their team aggregate score was 1134-38X.

As the high civilian team, ORPA was awarded the Oglethorpe Trophy and USAR Black earned the U.S. Coast Guard Memorial Trophy, which is awarded to the top Reserve component team.
Ottawa Sportsman Club Junior team of Lisa Emmert, of Houghton, Michigan, and Jacob Tuomi, of Chassell, Michigan, won the Junior Team Trophy Match and was presented with the Riding in High Places Trophy by U.S. Army National Guard SGM Robert Stanek.

The Junior Team Trophy Match was won by the Ottawa Sportsman Club Junior team of Lisa Emmert, 17, of Houghton, MI, and Jacob Tuomi, 18, of Chassell, MI, scoring a team aggregate of 546-8X. The Emmert and Tuomi teamís name will be added to the 2013 Riding the High Places Team Trophy.

The Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) Juniors Gold placed second with a total score of 544-12X. TSRA Juniors Gold was represented by Zachary Hedrick, 20, of Boerne, TX, and Nathanael Molder, 20, of Santo, TX. ORPA Orange placed third with a team score of 516-10X. Team members are Brett Tucker and Bryce Tucker, 18, both of North Canton, OH.

For complete results of the 2013 CMP National Trophy Pistol Matches, log onto http://ct.thecmp.org/app/v1/index.php?do=match&task=edit&tab=results&match=10086. To view photos from the events, log onto http://cmp1.zenfolio.com/.

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