2021 NOAAWIVA John C. Grand and Other Military Rifle Clinic and Match

DATE: Saturday November 13, 2020. Clinic, 9 AM; match, 12 noon to about 3 PM.

LOCATION: NOAAWIVA Sportsmen Inc. at 30516 Chincoteague Road, Oak Hall, VA. From Route 13 at T’s Corner turn east toward Chincoteague. After 200 yards turn right into woods. Parking free.

REGISTRATION: Anyone 14 or older may attend. To advance register, mail name, address and entry fee to David Poyer, General Delivery, Franktown VA 23354. In case of a large turnout pre-registrations will have precedence. Fees: adults, $18.00 for clinic and/or match. Juniors under 18, $10. Make check or M.O. to: NOAAWIVA Rifle Team, or pay by cash or check at the event.

RULES AND AWARDS: CMP Rules govern. First, 2nd and 3rd place awards by rifle category. Pins of the same design as the medals awarded at the National John C. Garand Match. A Certificate of Competition fulfills the participation requirement for purchasing CMP rifles.

SAFETY: Each shooter must wear eye and ear protection. A waiver must be signed before the match starts. We’ll inspect your rifle for safety before letting you shoot! COVID RULES: Please bring and wear a mask until you are on the firing line. Handwashing station available. Both clinic and match will take place outdoors.

CLINIC: Starts promptly 9 AM. Contents: safety, rifle operation, match procedures. Unless you’ve taken NOAAWIVA rifle training or equivalent, you MUST take clinic before competing.

COURSE OF FIRE: The John C. Garand Match, Course A will be fired at 100 yards: Stage 1: Slow fire prone: 5 sighting shots with coaching in a time limit of 5 minutes
Stage 2: Slow fire prone: 10 record shots in a time limit of 10 minutes
Stage 3: Rapid fire prone: 10 record shots in a time limit of 70 (80 for bolt action rifles)
Stage 4: Standing: 10 record shots in a time limit of 10 minutes.

RIFLES, AMMO: As-issued U. S. Rifle cal. .30 M1903/M1903A3 (“Springfield” Class), Rifle cal..30 M1 (“Garand”); as-issued bolt-action rifle of any armed force of any country (“Vintage Bolt-Action”). “Modern Military” semiauto centerfire rifles such as M4s, AR-15s, SKSs or AKs, unless modified for matches. Competitors may use other rifles, but will not receive pins. We’ll have Garands and ARs to rent to Club members. We’ll have .223, 30-06, and .308 ammunition for sale. Persons firing other calibers must provide their own.

LUNCH:There’ll be a break before the match begins. Water and cold drinks available.

QUESTIONS: Call (757) 442-3013 or contact david@poyer.com.
Important: If you are 18 or older, fill out and bring along the notarized affidavit on the CMP site (forms). You need not do an affidavit if you are 17 or younger, or if an affidavit from previous years is on file with us.

Brownells and NRA Youth Sports Fest October 16, 2021

Just for youth — a safe, fun experience in shooting sports education
without cost to participants is planned for October 16, 2021. The rain date is October 23, 2021. Our Youth Sports Fest Event is open to all girls and boys, ages from 8 to 18. NOAAWIVA Sportsmen, Inc. will host the day event.
Our range is located on 30516 Chincoteague Road (Rt.175E) near Oak Hall, VA. The free event is provided as a community service supported by the Brownell/NRA Day Program. Free drinks and food will be available to all attending. Prizes and trophies will be awarded.
All required equipment is provided without cost (ex. — hearing and eye protection, guns to be used, ammunition and targets), with certified instructors supervising each activity. The event begins at 8:30 AM with registration and will end about 3:30 PM. Activities include:
  • Safety and shooting event orientation
  • Shotgun shooting at clay birds (11-18 years old) a.m. only.
  • .22 LR rifle shooting at targets (8-18 years old) a.m. & p.m.
  • Air rifle shooting at targets and silhouettes (8-18 years old) a.m. & p.m.
  • Junior service rifle shooting at targets (13-18 years old). p.m. only.
Contact Club President Terry Jones at tjonesy@verizon.net or Jones for more information.

Service Rifle Team 2021’s Schedule

As in previous years, we will begin with Spring training and have seven practice matches during the season, ending with the official CMP Garand Match.  All events start PROMPTLY at noon and we have the range available until 4 PM, though most of our matches will end before then.

Spring Training Session # 1 – 10 April

Spring Training Session # 2 – 17 April

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 1 – 24 April

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 2 – 29 May

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 3 – 26 June

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 4 – 31 July

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 5 – 28 Aug

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 6 – 25 Sep

NRA Rules High Power Rifle Practice Match # 7 – 30 Oct

Annual Garand/Springfield Match – 13 Nov

Contact Dave Poyer for more information