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High Power
Shooting the Offhand Stage at Ben Avery

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Service Rifle course of fire usually consists of 30 or 50 shots over 3 or 4 stages:

 

offhand

Standing

sitting
Sitting

Prone
Prone up close

prone
Prone

prone
Prone


 
A “Service Rifle” is a US Military rifle from the WWII to present era, or the civilian equivalent. So the M1 Garand and the M1A (civilian M14) can be used, but are fairly rare. The AR-15 (civilian M16) is by far the most popular with something like 97% of competitors choosing AR-15s. It simply is the best rifle for what is the best attended precision sport shooting competition in the western hemisphere!

 


Junior team after the awards ceremony

 

Perry

100-7X, yeah, an Arizona shooter did that!

 

 


 
We have 3 full-distance High power ranges in Phoenix, plus Tucson and shorter distances elsewhere. We have shoots monthly for experienced shooters as well as beginner-friendly 200yd shoots. All shoots are open to all shooters! We have Beginner’s training classes several times a year. email questions.


Arizona is repeatedly ranked NUMBER ONE state for shooters! We really should strive to have a number one service rifle team at the Nationals every year!

Perry

The CMP Service Rifle Matches at Camp Perry are consistently the best attended serious precision shooting event in the western hemisphere!


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