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Post by 10sandxs 1/10/2021, 10:49 pm

Anybody have a cheat sheet for cmp classifications? I just got a HM card, with just over an nra master average...

Also, whats the difference between pistol and match pistol?

And while I'm at it... why the 40 shot pistol course for the home range program?

They're trying... but...

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Post by Wobbley 1/10/2021, 11:34 pm

“Pistol” is for EIC service pistol. ¬†Averages for classifications are way lower.

“Match Pistol” is Wadguns, CF, and 22.
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Post by james r chapman 1/11/2021, 4:37 am

40 shot = Presidents 100 course, of course. 😊
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Post by Rotwang 1/11/2021, 7:55 am

See the rulebook.

3.11.4 for the classification system

Rule 4 describes the pistols: Service pistols, .22 rimfire pistols, and match pistols.

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Post by L Valdez 1/11/2021, 9:48 am

I have only shot one CMP pistol event since 2013, a .22 EIC match in 2019. I shot a 267, and received a .22 classification for master. 

In seven years, I only shot 30 rounds in a CMP match with a SS score, and received a Master classification.

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Post by Rotwang 1/11/2021, 9:59 am

A 267 / 300 gives you an 89% score which is a master score for EIC rimfire pistol. It would have been a sharpshooter score in an NRA match or with a CMP match pistol.

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Post by bruce martindale 1/11/2021, 10:37 am

Seems like everyone in their database got a card. It appears that their ratings For iron sights are lower than NRA and the number of qualifying shots is low. 

Better than nothing l guess.

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Post by 10sandxs 1/12/2021, 7:16 am

Thanks everyone... a bit puzzling to me why courses of fire for other guns are "standard" but for pistol its a little used course... ive only seen presidents 100 at perry, but perhaps I'm just sheltered.

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Post by james r chapman 1/12/2021, 7:27 am

10sandxs wrote:Thanks everyone... a bit puzzling to me why courses of fire for other guns are "standard" but for pistol its a little used course... ive only seen presidents 100 at perry, but perhaps I'm just sheltered.

Same here.
Probably an explanation somewhere.
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Post by chiz1180 1/12/2021, 7:34 am

Ohio's State Service Pistol Match uses the P100 course of fire. If I were to guess, the 40 shot course of fire was chosen as it is one more unique to the CMP and differentiates this match from others.

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Post by Rotwang 1/12/2021, 7:57 am

If you look in the rule book the CMP establishes a classification after 30 shots, recalculates until 300 recorded shots, and then works with the latest 300 shots. That's what the NRA had with the temporary scorebooks and their classification system.

Pistol (as in service pistol and EIC .22) classifications use the 30 round EIC match, the 40 round Presidents 100, and I'll assume the 90 round service pistol match course. But certainly not just the 40 round course of fire.

Match pistol classifications are like the NRA classifications.

The 40 round match for the presidents 100 is being used with an EIC .22 pistol for the CMP winter series.

In the past service pistol matches were done with the NRA rules. CMP matches were only at Perry and the EIC matches at major NRA events.


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Post by jwax 1/14/2021, 7:36 pm

Would be nice to find a CMP match in New York State this year.

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