Civilian Marksmanship

Posted on January 9, 2016

Beloit Rifle Club 2017 Civilian Marksmanship Program

Garand/Springfield/Vintage/Modern Military Match

Open to all Beloit Rifle Club members as well as U.S. citizen non-members

Location: 899 Philhower Rd. Use Gate C to enter for the CMP Garand/Springfield/Vintage/Modern Military Match shoots. Follow road to range on left.

Course of Fire: John C. Garand Course B at 100 yards with reduced targets.

  • Slow fire prone (20 rounds in 20 minutes)
  • Rapid fire, standing to prone (10 rounds in 80 seconds)
  • Rapid fire, standing to sitting (10 rounds in 80 seconds)
  • Slow fire, standing (10 rounds in 10 minutes)


  • $10 per match for Beloit Rifle Club members
  • $15 per match for non-members
  • $5 per match for juniors

Time and location:

Sunday mornings at the Beloit Rifle Club. Check in begins 7:00 A.M. First relay begins at 8:00 A.M.

2017 Match Dates:

Sunday, February 26, 2017
Sunday, April 30, 2017, Clinic **
Sunday, May 14, 2017
Sunday, August 27, 2017
Sunday, September 24, 2017

**CMP Clinic Information
If you would like to learn more about the matches and shooting instruction, the Civilian Marksmanship Program has a sanctioned Garand, Springfield, Military clinic on April 30th, 2017.  The clinic covers rifle safety, range procedures, course of fire, shooting positions, shot technique, and a little about CMP’s competitions and sales programs.  After the class a match will be held.  Contact Pete Taylor at to register for the class.

Participants of Civilian Marksmanship Program’s sanctioned Clinics or Garand

Springfield Military matches receive a certificate, that with membership of an affiliated club (Beloit Rifle Club is affiliated) or organization, become eligible to purchase rifles and ammo from CMP. The course of fire is the John C. Garand course B which is 20 rounds slow fire prone, 10 rounds rapid fire prone, 10 rounds rapid fire sitting or kneeling, 10 rounds standing slow fire.  Club level pins are awarded in the Garand, Carbine, Springfield, Vintage Military and Modern military rifles (i.e. AR-15).

All CMP Regulations and Rules of Safety and Common Sense Apply!

 2017 CMP Garand/Springfield/Vintage/Modern Military Match Results

CMP GSM Match Results 2_26_17.pdf
GSM Results 4_30_17.pdf
GSM Match Results 5_14_17.pdf

For more information telephone or Email

Director: Peter Taylor

Asst Director: Don Miller


2017 Wednesday Night Indoor Air Rifle League

The Wednesday night air rifle league will resume in October 2016. These shoots are on the Indoor Range.

2017’s air rifle matches will keep the old and begin something new.  We will keep the Pneumatic Sniper League ,  The National Match Air Rifle will not be sanctioned at this time , however we will continue for interested parties.  Air rifles will be separated into three classifications: AR Clone, Match and Sporter. The course of fire will depend on the type of rifle used.

Rules can be found at:

Air rifle is a good way to keep up your marksman skills in the winter! You may also fire a 20 shot standing match.

Pneumatic Sniper League:

Fired from a bench using a sporter rifle. Additional $2 prize fee, 100% payout.

Course of fire: 20 shots from a bench at a 200 yd. reduced target (10 sighters)

20 shots from a bench at a 600 yd. reduced target (10 sighters)

Prize:                 Aggregate for month.  1st place 50%, 2nd place 30% 3rd place 20%

Shoots are scheduled for the following dates from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The match fees are $5 for adults and juniors shoot free.

The Club has four loaner rifles available. Sporter class doesn’t allow equipment such as shooting jackets, pants and shoes, so the cost is minimal. Juniors shoot free.

Winter/Spring 2017 Dates:

Jan 11, 18 and 25
Feb 8, 15 and 22
Mar 8, 15, 22 and 29

Summer 2017 Junior Air Rifle Program Dates (Youth Only 8 – 18 years old):

May 10, 17, 24 and 31
June 14, 21 and 28
July 12, 19 and 26
August 9, 16, 23 and 30

All times will be from 5:00 pm till 8:30 pm. The 5:00 pm starting time is for Juniors only. Adults/Juniors start at 6:30 pm.

The intent of the Junior Air Rifle Program is to teach new athletes beginning to intermediate skills for precision air rifle shooting.  We teach range safety and shot technique.  As the athlete progresses the coaches will teach the elements of standing, prone and kneeling positions. Rifles are provided. Juniors shoot free. Parental Permission is required.


Match Results:

NMAR Match Results A 3_15_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results A 3_8_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results A 2_15_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results A 2_8_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results A 1_25_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results A 1_18_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results A 1_11_17.pdf
NMAR Match Results 10-26-16.pdf

If you have questions, contact Pete Taylor at or call  Peter Taylor at (815) 382-7688

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