CMP PISTOL PROGRAM RULE CHANGES FOR 2015
The CMP is making groundbreaking changes in this program that will appear in the 2015 CMP Competition Rules and go into effect during the 2015 competition year. These changes are designed to protect CMP Pistol Program traditions while simultaneously modernizing it and providing a foundation for growth.
Distinguished Badges are not easy to earn and these rule changes won’t make it easier to earn them, but they will dramatically expand the variety of pistols that can be shot in EIC or “leg” matches. Competitors will still have to finish in the top 10 percent of Non-Distinguished shooters to earn EIC credit points and new minimum credit scores will ensure that no EIC points are awarded for sub-standard scores.
One of the most important program additions will be a new .22 Rimfire Distinguished Pistol Badge. While open to all shooters, this new pistol event promises to attract many new shooters to CMP pistol shooting, including more women and juniors, whose participation in Service Pistol shooting has been very low.
Recommend you visit the CMP link below for all the details about the rule changes for 2015.