If you would like to shoot at Camp Perry and need more information, here are some helpful tips. John Joyce Firing Line
Registration is open for the National Matches at Camp Perry. You must enter to shoot matches with the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) www.thecmp.org. To participate as a Team GCA member, or to sign up for a support role to the teams, you must also register with GCA . The Spring issue of the GCA Journal [...]
The CMP is hosting a John C. Garand Match on June 4th, 2016 at their fantastic Talladega Marksmanship Park in Talladega County, Alabama. This match is part of an entire weekend of events. Of special interest to the GCA is the Garand Match, which is commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the Allied Forces D-Day landing at Normandy Beach. [...]
Excerpts from this once-secret government report were used in the article ‘Combat With The M1 – Korea 1950-1951’ by Bob Seijas in the Fall 2015 issue of the GCA Journal. The full document has been posted here for the benefit of anyone with an interest in further review.
Around 80 GCA members were participants in the National Matches at Camp Perry this year. Read the full story and see many more photos in the Fall issue of the GCA Journal.
The Summer issue has been mailed. Please don't overlook the Convention information which was also inserted in the envelope.
The Summer issue of the GCA Journal is at the printer and will mail out shortly. In addition to the magazine itself, two extra sheets about the Convention will be inserted into the envelope. Inside the pages of the Summer issue you will find some good reading, including an in-depth article on M1D’s co-authored by Dave McClain and Bob Seijas. Also an entertaining account by Bob Mondschein, 'Not The Best Way to Buy A Garand', and more.
Here is another good reason to attend this year's Convention in Talledega – Martin Morgan will be the featured speaker. He is a contributor to the GCA Journal and also hosted and narrated "America's Rifle – The M1 Garand", GCA's program on DVD. But there is a lot more about him you probably didn’t know.
The Spring 2015 issue is on the press. With printing, binding, trimming, envelope stuffing and periodical mail preparation, we anticipate it will hit the postal service early next week. This issue is 40 pages, four more pages than most issues which are 36. There was some information that came in long after the deadline, but [...]