Military Rifle (CMP) League

The RSC Military Rifle Matches have been conducted monthly for the past four years, providing RSC members and non-members the opportunity to exercise their military-style rifles in a safe and friendly competition. The RSC rifle range has six firing positions on a covered concrete pad with safety eyebrows, with targets set at 100 and 200 yards against twenty-foot high berms for safety. A heated and air-conditioned shoot building is proximate to the range for registration and target scoring. The RSC Military Rifle program is based on the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), and predominately employs NRA and CMP rules and practices for “as-issued” military rifles. RSC’s Military Rifle Matches incorporate both “Course A” (30 rds @ 100 yds, SR-1 targets) and “Course B” (30 rds @ 200 yds, SR targets) courses of fire. Shooters may participate in individual matches, or sign up for the summer or winter leagues, which have awards given for various classes and courses of fire.
The leagues often conclude with an awards banquet or BBQ. RSC has also conducted “fun” matches, including “Sniper” and “Call to Battle”, “Prairie Dog Shoots”, and “Playing Card” matches. A wide range of rifles are commonly used, from modern and vintage semi-automatics such as AR-15′s, and FN-FAL’s, M1-A1′s, SKS’s, AK-47′s, M1 Garands and M1 Carbines to US and Foreign Bolt Action rifles including Springfields, Enfields, Mausers, Moisin-Nagants, Arisakas, and others.
RSC is a CMP-Affliated Club. Although it’s monthly matches are not CMP-Registered, future plans include CMP-Registered matches, which will be identified as such. Participation in one or more matches entitles the shooter to purchase firearms, ammo, and other items from CMP (website:

Click here for the 2019 Military League (CMP) Flyer: CMP 2019 MIL RIFLE LEAGUE FLYER V1.0

Recent News

July 9th CMP Match
Five shooters fired six lines during Tuesday’s CMP match. Top shooter was Steve Gardner with a 283-5x, followed by Jim Lund, who shot a 257-2x, and Tim Hall with a 215-2x. All used AR-15’s to shoot those scores.

The next CMP match will be TUESDAY, 30-JULY, from 4:00P-7:00P. This will be the MAKE-UP match of the 2019 SPRING/SUMMER league. This match is scheduled so shooters may shoot any remaining league scores.

Each match is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, so non-RSC members may participate.

Click the following link for a copy of Tuesday’s score sheet: CMP Score Card 190709

Mar 23rd CMP Match
Seven shooters enjoyed sunshine and mild weather (can spring really be here?) to fire ten lines. Top shooter was Steve Gardner with a 285-4x, closely followed by Paul Austin with a 275-5x. Both used AR-15 rifles. Ward Vandenberg and Jim Lund used their Optic-equipped AR-15’s to fire a 271-5x and 266-3x, respectively. Dave Lyngklip fire a terrific personal best 249-1x with his Moisin-Nagant Bolt Action rifle. Gardner and Lund also shot personal best scores.

The next CMP match will be TUESDAY, 30-APRIL, from 4:30P to 7:30P. This will be the SECOND regular match of the 2019 SPRING/SUMMER league, although anyone who missed earlier matches can make up by shooting two lines during the same match.

Each match is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, so non-RSC members may participate.

Click the following for the Score sheet: CMP Scores 190323

Dates and Times

TIME: Saturdays 10:00A-2:00P  (Bold italicized dates are Tuesdays, 4:30-8:00)

  • Fun Shoots (format TBD): Jan 26, Feb 23 (weather permitting)
  • Spring League: Mar 23, Apr 30, May 18, Jun 22, Jul 09, Jul 30 (makeup)
  • Winter League: Aug 24, Sep 24, Oct 12, Nov 23, Dec 21, Dec 27 (makeup)

Click here to view photos from a recent match.

Additional Information

RSC CMP matches are open to the Public. Please note that these matches are not a CMP/NRA “registered” shoot. League fees are noted on the attached flyer, and include a discount for RSC membership and multiple events. A shooter may participate on only one match if desired. The League entry fee includes a CMP Membership Card and Qualification Letter, which entitles the holder to purchase firearms, parts, and ammo directly from CMP. Standard “As Issued” military rifles with iron sights (e.g. Garands, M-1 Carbines, SKS, AK-47, AR-15, Springfields, Mausers, Enfields, Nagants, SKS, AK-47, AR-15 type rifles, etc). Rifles can be made available for use with advance notice, and ammo or chamber flags for purchase. Course “A” (20 rounds@100 yds) and Course “B” (30 rounds@200 yds) will be fired. Five sighters will be fired for either course of fire. The League scoring classes will include Modern and Vintage Semi-Auto and Bolt Action.

For more information, please contact Steven Gardner at or call 616 745-7800.