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Rifle competitions in the KC, MO area.

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by srv656s, Jan 8, 2007.

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  1. srv656s

    srv656s Member

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    Anyone know of anywhere to compete?

    I would love to get into a club to do any sort of rifle competitions. I like to shoot old military rifles, John Garand matches, highpower, etc... really anything...

    Thanks-

    Shawn
     
  2. Blackfork

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    Highpower in Kansas

    Warning: High Power Rifle is very addictive.

    Hutchinson: Long Range with J. Heger. 11831 Albert Circle, Maize, Ks, 67101

    Missouri: Barnhart: G.L. Bickmore 603 Wren Dr. Arnold, Mo, 63010-1645

    Sorry, no phone numbers or emails listed.

    I'd try the CMP website under "clubs" and find the state affiliated club. They might have more info.
     
  3. srv656s

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    Hmmm... both of those are about 3.5 hours away from me... not all that close...

    I'll have to check the CMP page...

    thanks-

    Shawn
     
  4. wildman

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    Keep an eye on the Millcreek calandar at http://www.millcreekrc.org/. It will be updated soon with the 2007 schedule, and is sure to include some highpower and other rifle matches.
     
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    I know that Pioneer has held Garand matches and other HP events in the past. I'm pretty sure they still do.

    Unless you live in EastJack, it's still a hike out there though.
     
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