Creedmoor, North Carolina
2007 Junior High Power Rifle Program
Date and Time:
|February 3||Orientation Meeting, equipment issuance for returning team members, care and cleaning of equipment, and overview of 2007 season. 10:00am Training Bldg. SWCG Creedmoor|
|February 17||Practice match range 4 SWGC Creedmoor 12:00 noon, or Butner; time TBA/td>|
|February 24||Practice match 500 agg. Range 4 SWGC Creedmooor 12:00 Noon|
|March 10-11||800 agg. match each day. Butner 7:30 am|
|March 18||Range ( 600 yard ) Butner 7:30 am ( optional, but good 600 yd. Practice )|
|March 24||Practice / 500 agg. match range 4 SWGC Creedmoor 8:00am|
|April 14||1000 agg. match Butner (HP Regional) 7:30 am|
|April 15||EIC (leg) match Butner. Time TBA|
|April 28||Practice/ 500 agg. match range 4 SWGC Creedmoor 8:00am|
|May 5-11||Coast CMP Games Practice Butner (time & course of fire TBA by )|
|May 12-13||Creedmoor Cup Butner (time & course of fire TBA)|
|May 26||Practice / 500 agg. match range 4 SWGC Creedmoor 8:00 am|
|June 9||VA State HP Champ. Quantico VA ( possible)|
|June 23||State Games of NC 500 agg. Creedmoor, 8:00|
|June 24-30||USMC Clinic, and Eastern Junior Cup Matches Butner 7:30 am each day|
|July 21-22||800 agg. each day, Butner 7:30 am|
|July 26 - Aug 4||National Trophy Matches, Camp Perry, Ohio|
|August 25||Practice / 500 agg. match range 4 SWGC Creedmoor 8:00 am|
|September 8||State Service Rifle Championship Butner, 7:30|
|September 9||EIC (leg) match Butner, 8:00|
|September 22||Practice / 500 agg. match range 4 SWGC Creedmoor 8:00 am|
|September 29||1000 agg. Match Butner 7:30 am,; End of season equipment inventory|
|September 30||4 man team & EIC End of season equipment inventory ( for those who didn't take care of it on 9/29|
Objective: The Sir Walter Junior High Power Rifle program is organized to promote rifle marksmanship and safety with firearms.
Participants: Both boys and girls age 10 to 20 are encouraged to participate in the Junior High Power Rifle program.
Cost: The annual dues are $20.00 per year. Ammunition cost is subsidized by the Club, and is priced to the team member at $110.00 per 1,000 rounds.
Program: The junior high power program is based on the National Rifle Association's High Power Rifle program. The shooting positions include prone, sitting, and standing.
Awards: Awards may be presented to the junior shooter based upon their performance in competitions. The NRA classification system is used, and shooters will be classified on their ability from Marksman, through Sharpshooter, Expert, Master, and High Master.
Equipment: The Sir Walter Junior High Power Rifle Team provides all of the equipment needed for a junior shooter to compete, including rifles, shooting jackets, shooting mats, scopes gloves, slings, eye protection and ear protection. Each junior is encouraged to eventually obtain their own personal eye and ear protection that they find to be most comfortable for them.
Instructors: National Rifle Association certified instructors will be present at each scheduled Junior event to assist and coach juniors in the principles of Marksmanship.. NRA certified Range Safety Officers supervise the operation of the firing range at all times.
Contact: For additional information, contact the Sir Walter Junior High Power Shooting Coordinator at e-mail address .
Junior High Power
Junior High Power