CMP Club News: Baltimore County Game & Fish Celebrates 20 Years of CMP Affiliation

The Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association (BCGF) recently marked its 20th year as a Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) Affiliated Club. For their milestone and continued support, the CMP presented the club with a 20 Year banner to display at their home range. About the Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association: The BCGF was founded in 1936, with land was set aside for a wildlife habitat. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, the club is equipped with a 50-, 100- and 200-yard rifle range, seven-position 15- and 25-yard pistol ranges and three trap houses. Currently, the club holds 594 members. Activities held at the BCGF include Monthly Military Rifle matches, using vintage military and AR-style rifles at 50, 100 and 200 yards. Bowling Pin, Bullseye Leagues and metal plates are also offered on both the rifle and pistol ranges along with precision .22 shoots. The club also sponsors a few area Boy Scout Troops and have weekly .22 youth shoots. Additionally, the group sponsors an all-day fish rodeo for the kids and support many community projects on club property.  To learn more about the BCGF, visit the club website at About CMP Affiliated Clubs: CMP Affiliated Clubs from across the country are allowed the unique opportunity to host CMP matches, training courses and several other valuable benefits. Clubs interested in becoming affiliated may review the proper steps and qualifications on the CMP’s “Become Affiliated” page at   CMP Affiliated Clubs can be found virtually anywhere. To locate a CMP Affiliated Club near […]

The post CMP Club News: Baltimore County Game & Fish Celebrates 20 Years of CMP Affiliation appeared first on Civilian Marksmanship Program.

read more

Talladega Marksmanship Park Features Several Shotgun, Other Events in May

TALLADEGA, Ala. – The Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Talladega Marksmanship Park is open and ready for the public, as several annual and monthly events resurface for fun on the range in May. Exciting news for shotgun enthusiasts, the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) matches are returning to the Talladega calendar, beginning May 28. The matches include 100 clays and are set each month, June through September. The Alabama State Championship follows in October. Shotgunners will have another competitive opportunity that also supports a meaningful cause during the “Shooters for Hooters” benefit – Saturday, May 8, on Talladega’s Sporting Clay Field. The event features teams of four, all competing at 15 different stands. Proceeds go toward the Never Surrender: A Breast Cancer Support Organization – a not-for-profit group dedicated to the education, prevention and support services for Breast Cancer patients, family and community members. Cash prizes are awarded to the top three places as well as for the “worst shooter” in the match, with more games and prizes available throughout. Another four-man shotgun match taking place in May is the Garrison Steel Fabricators Steel Dog Sporting Clay Shoot, held in conjunction with CraneWorks, for the general contractor community. The workforce training event is set for May 14 on the Talladega Sporting Clay Field. Learn about all of the shotgun opportunities at Talladega Marksmanship Park, including clinics, by visiting For pistol competitors, the Beretta LOCAP Nationals, sponsored by the United States Practical Shooting Association’s (USPSA), will fire on the grounds of Talladega May 7 through May 9, with […]

The post Talladega Marksmanship Park Features Several Shotgun, Other Events in May appeared first on Civilian Marksmanship Program.

read more

Biden’s Executive Actions

As expected, the Biden administration announced a series of Executive Actions related to "gun violence." Here is our breakdown. There are some not smart things here. The Justice Department, within 30 days, will issue a proposed rule to help stop the proliferation of...

read more

Making the biggest difference

In the last week, even among a few of our members, we've seen comments along the lines of "Yeah, root cause mitigation sounds great, but we gotta get something done now. This stuff is out of control" Or "Root cause mitigation? That's just deflecting from the real...

read more

What’s your goal?

This question should be used in public discourse more often. It should also be followed up with clarification questions like, "How will it do that?" and "What do you expect the outcome to be?" Why should we ask these questions? Because they are important. The...

read more

Stop Asian Hate

After the events in Georgia, a lot of people are saying a lot of things. So much going on in this story: Regardless of truth, people who were perceived as sex workers because "Asian" and "massage" due to hurtful stereotypes. Asian women sex fetish and objectification....

read more

Join the Club!

Or donate to support our mission!