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Upcoming CMP Events:
Tuesday & Thursday Night Open Public Shooting
CMP Marksmanship Centers,
Port Clinton, OH
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
MarksmanshipCenters.htm for additional
Download a CMP Sales
National Match Air Rifle Marksmanship Competition
Camp Perry, Ohio
NOVEMBER 3, 2012
Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) invites you to participate in the
CMP’s NMAR Match at the CMP’s North Marksmanship
Center. The competition will feature a National Match Air
Course and Highpower 3x20 Course events. For more
November 9-11, 2012
International Air Rifle &
The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) invites you to participate in
its fourth annual Anniston Marksmanship Center Dixie Double. This match
offers 60-shot international air rifle standing and 60-shot air pistol
events for open men and women and junior men and women. USA Shooting is
sanctioning this match as a PSA/PSI match sanctions; it is also
sanctioned as a PTO.
Applications & Software
The CMP currently offers three Apps for shooting sports. Each download
supports the Civilian Marksmanship Program. For more information, visit
The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) invites you and your
club rifle team to participate in the CMP’s Monthly Matches. The
matches will take place on 20/27 Oct and 17 Nov at
the CMP’s Marksmanship Centers North and South. The
competitions will feature a Junior Air Rifle 3x20, 60 Shots Air
Rifle Standing, 60 Shots Air Pistol, a 20 shot Novice Prone
stage a National Match Air Rifle 20 Shot Standing, Garand Course
and 3x20 events. For more information, please visit
National Match Air Rifle is a new shooting discipline with something
to offer all rifle shooters—NMAR offers three competition classes with
real challenges for shooters of all ages and competitive interests. The
CMP will hold Monthly NMAR matches at the CMP Marksmanship Centers.
Please visit http://www.TheCMP.org
/Competitions/NMAR.htm for more information.
Development of CMP’s New Competition Tracker Will Expand
Users’ Ability to Update Profiles and Research Database
By Steve Cooper, CMP Marketing Manager
CAMP PERRY, OHIO - The Civilian Marksmanship Program recently rolled out elements of its new
Competition Tracker database program, which will allows competitors and clubs to update their own information, enter matches, get results, view historic match records and more.
Competition Tracker was introduced more than 10 years ago as a CMP user-oriented database to enter matches, see upcoming matches and view results of recent matches. Most of the information in located in Competition Tracker was stored and managed by CMP staff.
With the new Tracker program, individual users and clubs will have the freedom to view their profiles, make changes, enter matches and more – all in real-time. In past years CMP competitors needed to request changes to their profiles and other information. With thousands of users it didn’t take long to outgrow the system and staff.
When users visit Competition Tracker on the CMP’s website at
http://ct.thecmp.org/app/v1/index.php, they are greeted by a dashboard where they can log in or create a new online presence with CMP. At the dashboard, users can review and edit personal information, view upcoming matches, search for a specific match and view matches they’ve registered for already.
Users can verify their competitor number, make corrections or change name, date of birth, address, contact information and more. They can view upcoming matches by pulling down the Competitions menu.
“We know our competitors and clubs will enjoy using CMP’s new Competition Tracker,” said Dana Lynd, Assistant General Manager of CMP at Camp Perry. “Like anything new in the field of technology, there are growing pains and we appreciate our competitors’ and users’ support during this transitional period,” she said.
“The original Tracker program was 10 years in the making, but we’re making excellent progress on the new platform,” she said. “It’s an exciting time at CMP and I know our participants are going to be very happy with the amount of control and access they will have to personal and CMP programs information.”