Most matches I’m familiar with finish with standing.
The nice part about the President’s 100 is that you don’t fire all of your shots at once. All shooters fire at 200 yards before moving to 300 and then to 600 yards.
The 35-round string in the Garand and Springfield matches can be exhausting and the guns can get very hot.
Most shooters in these matches complain of fatigue, as you’re firing for about 45 minutes, usually in a hot shooting coat.
The firing order for the President’s 100 is quite simple in this match and both similar and different to the firing order in the Garand and Springfield matches.
The round count is the same at 30 shots for score, but you aren’t allowed sighting shots as you are in the other CMP matches. Unlike the others, you start the President’s 100 from the standing position at 200 yards.
The recoil from those larger rounds makes offhand a bit of a challenge, so it was comparatively pleasant firing 5.56.
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