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In celebration of the 71st Anniversary of the Defeat of the Japanese Imperial Forces

Shongum Sportsmen's Association

Invites you to participate in the

V.J. Day Marksmanship Competition

Saturday August 20th , 2016

Registration 9AM, Rifle Contest till 1PM, Lunch 1PM, Pistols 2-4

Compete with your WWII Era Pacific Theater Rifles and Pistols

WWII Re-Enactors are encouraged to participate in uniform (optional)

Shongum Sportsmen’s Chapel Hill Range

363 Janes Chapel Road, Mansfield(Oxford), NJ 07863-3511

From Center of Hackettstown, take ROUTE 46 WEST. Two Miles west of Rt 517, turn LEFT onto RUSSLING RD (by Best’s Fruit Farm).

At end, (1.5 miles) Turn LEFT onto BARKER’S MILL RD (.2 Miles.) Turn RIGHT onto MT BETHEL RD. for 1 mile, Turn RIGHT onto JANES CHAPEL ROAD Range approx 1 Mile on RIGHT

$30.00* for Guests (Extra targets $1 each)

Family/significant others: $60 for two benches and up to 6 competitors.10 targets per shooter

Includes Rice Cakes, Hot Dogs, Liberty Cabbage, Pork & Beans and Soft Drinks Lunch

PRIZES: Trophy to the Best in Each Class

FIREARMS: Curios and Relics of the WWII Pacific Theater

(Original Stocks and Sights)

TOKYO ROSE TROPHY: For Best Female Score

Douglas MacArthur Award: Best score for person under 18

 

RIFLE CONTESTS REQUIRE 10 SHOTS EACH @ 100 YARDS – FIRING POSITION OPTIONAL Except#10,#11

1. MANCHURIA JAPANESE TYPE-30,38 MOD 98 MAUSER, GERMAN MOD 88/05 or CHINESE HANYANG

2. GUADALCANAL ’03,03A1 SPRINGFIELD, Johnson 1941, ANY 6.5 JAPANESETYPE 38 or TYPE I(Italian)

3. BATAAN US M1917 ENFIELD, ANY JAPANESE 6.5 OR 7.7MM Long RIFLE

4. OKINAWA ‘03A3, M-1 GARAND, ANY JAPANESE 6.5 OR 7.7MM SERVICE RIFLE or CARBINE

5. BURMA TYPE-38 OR TYPE 44 JAPANESE CARBINE, #5 ENFIELD JUNGLE CARBINE

6. MANDALAY- ANY JAPANESE SERVICE RIFLE,BRITISH #3 SMLE OR #4 ENFIELD

7. PACIFIC SNIPER TYPE-97 OR TYPE-99 WITH ORIGINAL SCOPE, ‘03A4, 1942 USMC, M1C-SNIPER, #1 MK-IV(T)

(1 SHOT – 100 YARDS)

8. KHALKHIN GOL SVT, MOSIN NAGANT, ANY JAPANESE 6.5MM SERVICE RIFLE

9. MARINE RAIDER THOMPSON/REISING CARBINE (TARGET WILL BE FULL SIZE SILHOUETTE)

10. GUNG HO M1,1911, 24 SHOTS 30 CAL, 7 SHOTS 45, PRONE, KNEELING AND OFFHAND.100,75,50,25 yds

11. TENNOUHEIKA BANZAI JAP RIFLE WITH BAYONET ATTACHED, OFF HAND (TARGET WILL BE FULL SIZE SILHOUETTE)

12. EDSON'S RIDGE SEMI AUTO BROWNING BAR, 1917 OR 1919

 

HANDGUN CONTESTS REQUIRE 12 SHOTS EACH @ 50 feet – STANDING ONE-HAND

13. SAMURAI TROPHY ANY JAPANESE SERVICE PISTOL OR REVOLVER TYPE : 26, 14, 94, Nambu

14. VICTORY OVER JAPAN ANY WWII ALLIED FORCES SERVICE PISTOL, 1911, 1911A1, TOKAREV, BROWNING HP, C96COLT, S&W,WEBLEY, ENFIELD, NAGANT
 

TRENCH/RIOT GUN AND PISTOL COMBINATION SNIPER ELIMINATION EVENT (5 12 GA 00B,6 pistol)

16. PALM TREE CLEARANCE 12 GA Shotgun 20 inch barrel and GI Handgun 45 or 38 SPL ( 25 yards) (No Federal FliteControl OO)

 

 SHOOT CHAIRMAN STAN GURSKI – GurskiLTC@aol.com 732-388-1202

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Message from Stan: "Fee for NRA members is $20. Event is next Saturday at the Shongum range. Ice Tea (regular and diet) as well as water and rice cakes on the line to keep you hydrated.  Good company and low key competition."

 

This upcoming event is a casual fun match and a good opportunity to bring out some vintage collectibles to the range. 

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The Shongum range offers 20 benches under canvas cover (scheduled to be replaced with something more substantial by spring). The chairs are resin patio chairs that don't hold up well and are designed for leisure rather than shooting so you might want to bring your own. We supply frames and targets. Weather report is sunny with some clouds. We will have iced water, tea (diet and regular) as well as rice cakes on the line. Lunch will be hot dogs and beans with the possibility of grilled hamburgers. Soft drinks and apple pies. Range house has flush toilets. Pistol range is indoor 50 feet. Attend and participate for a fun day.

 

Cost is $20 for NRA members. $50 for a family table. Price includes drinks and rice cakes on the line and lunch. Targets are free. Ignore the "extra' charge of $1.

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