Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)

Open to the Public 2018 CMP Cleaning and Maintenance Classes on January 6th, February 3rd, & March 3rd 2018.  RESERVATIONS FOR ANY OR ALL CLASSES CAN BE MADE AT ANY TIME UP THRU THE DAY BEFORE THE SCHEDULED CLASS ON OUR EVENT WEBSITE AT  See complete information here below the CMP Service Rifle Clinic Information. 

Open to the Public 2017 CMP Service Rifle Clinics in April, June, September and October.  

See detailed information below along with attached 2017 flyer. 

2017 CMP Service Rifle Clinics

  • Sunday, April 23rd (Reservation call-in on April 22nd from 9-10 a.m.)
  • Sunday, June 25th (Reservation call-in on June 24th from 9-10 a.m.)
  • Sunday, September 24th (Reservation call-in on Sept. 23rd from 9-10 a.m.)
  • Sunday, October 22nd (Reservation call-in on Oct. 21st, from 9-10 a.m.)
Interested in learning about National Match competition with U.S. military issue rifles?  Don't have a U.S. military issue rifle, use ours!

ASC, in conjunction with the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), will conduct National Match Course Clinics.

ASC will furnish (your choice):

  • Service Grade M1 Garands or Match Grade AR-15 rifles (your choice) 
  • M1 Carbines are available for Juniors
  • 45 Rounds of Ammunition
  • 1.5 Hours of Classroom Instruction
  • 1.5 Hours of Range Time
Donations to defray costs are:
  • $65 (any rifle) 
  • $45 (Juniors - with Carbine, age 20 and younger)
  • $45 if you use your own US Military type rifle and ammo
  • $55 for active or reserve military (any rifle)

Class Information

Reservations should be made for a particular rifle type and registration time - 1000 or 1200 (the 1200 time is reserved for large groups of 10 or more that register and pay in full 1 week prior to the event.

The entire clinic - classroom and range time - lasts approximately 3 hours. We shoot rain or shine.

Call to reserve your slot on the Saturday, prior to the clinic, between 9-10 a.m.. Phone number is 815-264-9000. (See the schedule above.)

"Please note that leaving a message on the voice mail at other times does not constitute a reservation."

Ear and eye protection is mandatory and can be supplied at a nominal cost.

Proper shooting clothing, such as long-sleeve shirt, long pants and elbow pads are strongly recommended.

Participation in a CMP Clinic fulfills one of the requirements to purchase a surplus M1 Garand Rifle from the Civilian Marksmanship Program.   

If you have any questions email us at  or call Frank Bernstein at 630-858-3332. The CMP website is

Thank you for your support of the Civilian Marksmanship Program.







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Frank Bernstein,
Oct 7, 2017, 8:24 AM