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Historical Winter Firearms Marksmanship Contest - Sat, Jan. 20 at Cherry Ridge - Open to Public

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In Honor of the Men and Women Who Endured The Rigors of Winter Combat from Valley Forge to Korea And To Demonstrate Personal Skill with Relics of History
The New Jersey Arms Collector’s Club Inc. Invites You to Participate With
Historical Winter Firearms i
n A Marksmanship Contest 

Saturday, January 20 , 2018

SNOW DATE JAN 21st`(CALL RANGE at 973 764-1333 for closings)

ANJRPC CHERRY RIDGE RANGE

 Highland Lakes, NJ -- Off Canistear Road, 4 Mi. North of Rt. 23

SIGHT-IN:  9:00 am – 10:00 am -  MATCHES:  10:00 am - 1:00 pm  Lunch: 1:00 – 2:00

 ENTRY FEES*  $30 ($10 discount to NJACC members and active, reserve, retired military with ID card)

Family rate-$50 for two benches(children, in laws, grandparents etc.)plus $5 for each meal

Full Entry Fee includes Lunch in Club House & VENISON STEW and Hot Beverages during shoot
($5.00 Lunch Only)

*Note:  Price Differential for Non-Members is applicable towards Membership Dues

PRIZES:  Trophies to Best in Each Class(plus best female and youngster)

FIREARMS:Repro or original BP.  Curios and Relics of the Period.  Original style Stocks and Sights

Winter  trigger guards acceptable. Winter triggers if approved by range safety officer.

YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR WINTER COMBAT UNIFORMS OR CIVILIAN EQUIVALENT

Don’t forget Hats, Gloves and Boots as well as hearing and eye protection!!!

VENISON STEW,CHOCOLATE,TEA,CIDER AND COFFEE AVAILABLE IN PARKING LOT AS PART OF FEE 

Contests Require 10 Shots in 2 Minutes at 50 Yards(except #12,15,16,20,&21)

Any Position Including Bench * Rifles must be fired from shoulder unless medically excused.(no sleds)

1. BATTLE OF TRENTON                          Any Smoothbore Flintlock  - 5 shots in 15 minutes

2. MOUNTAIN MAN (Revenant award-new)  Any Civilian  Flint or Percussion Rifle - 10 Shots/15 Minutes

3. FREDERICSBURG                                Any C W Battle weapon not using fixed ammo  - 10 Shots / 15 Minutes                           .

4. WINTER WAR                                       Any Finnish or Russian Mosin Nagant,Suomi 31 semi auto.         

5. BALKAN FRONT                                   Any Yugoslav, Austrian, Italian, Bulgarian, Romanian or Greek WWII era bolt action rifle (post war rebuilt Yugos are OK)

6. EASTERN FRONT SEMI-AUTO           G-41, G-43, Tokarev 38 and SVT-40. Suomi M31 Semi Auto

7. BATTLE OF THE BULGE BOLT            98K, Springfield ’03,03A1,03A3 Enfield P14/1917 MKIII/IV

8. BATTLE OF HUERTGEN FOREST       M1 Garand, G-43, G-41

9. SCANDANAVIAN SERVICE                  Any Swedish, Norwegian or Danish Krag, Mauser,AG42b.

10. ALPINE DEFENSE                              Any Swiss, Italian, French, or Austrian Mil. Bolt or Semi Auto

11. CHOSIN RESERVOIR                         M1,SAFN, Mosin Nagant, Jap 38,99, Mauser 98,SKS,Enfield #3,4

12  AFGHAN HILLS                                  Any NJ Legal Semi-Auto, 5.56, 7.62 Nato, 7.62 x 39, 5.45 x 39(100yds)

13. KLONDIKE                                          Any Black Powder Cartridge Firearm(smokeless or duplex ammo OK)                                                                    

14. ALASKA HUNTER                              Any Sporter Rifle, inc Sporterized Military, (Iron Sights)

15. WINTER SNIPER (SIMO HAYHA AWARD)  Military Sniper Rifle w/Original style Optics,FINN 28/30-1 Shot 100yd.

16. POLAR BEAR                                     Any Sport,Sporterized Military Rifle with Scope 6.5mm or+ (100 yds)

17. CPT GRIEST 1LT HAVER TROPHY    Best Female Shooter  (in honor of the Ranger School graduates)

18. YOUNG WARRIOR                               Any Shooter Under 18 Years -any event

19. WINTER OLYMPIAN                            Any Rimfire /pellet Rifle( 17 or 22), -no magnifying optics

20. WINTER  PLINKER                             Any scoped Rimfire(17 or 22)  Rifle (100 yards)

21. DESIGNATED MARKSMAN (NEW EVENT)  Any military scoped rifle in 7.62 NATO or Russian R (10 shots)

PUBLIC INVITED Shoot Chairman – STAN GURSKI  GurskiLTC@aol.com  732 388-1202

 

 

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Targets for tomorrow are  mostly Speedwell SR 21-C at 50 yards. For Smoothbore muskets the target is a police Silhouette target.50 yards. For flint or percussion rifles the targets a  Deers Buffalo at 50 yards. For rifled muskets and cartridge firearms, other than 22s or 17 rimfire are the SR 21-c. For scoped rifles the target is SR 21-c at 100 yards. For the rimfire  we have the 50 meter 22 target. For scoped  rimfires we use the same target but put it out at 100 yards. For sniper see match director. Considering using a 5 bullseye target with one shot  in each bullseye.Top score only counts  Menu- Sabrett all beef kosher hotdogs. Potato or standard hot dog rolls. Chili ( with or without cheese)sauerkraut, mustard, ketchup, relish options.Vegetarian beans or Bush's traditional Baked beans with bacon bits and brown sugar.Desserts- Snowballs (Drakes not real), cherry or apple pies. Drinks- water, diet coke, diet 7&UP, regular coke, Dr. pepper. Wear good boots as melting snow can ruin sneakers and give you trench foot. --Stan Gurski

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