V. T. McLemore
Hobbies (and things I do in my spare time)
- Very active in the New Mexico Shooting Sports Assoc. (NMSSA), National Rifle Association of America (NRA Training Counselor, Basic instructor rifle, pistol, Home firearms safety, Range Officer Safety, Reloading), Hunters Education Instructor (1984-2005, New Mexico Game and Fish Department), faculty sponsor New Mexico Tech Shooting Sports Club (1980-present), and Socorro County 4H leader (1984-2010).
- State Director, CIvilian Marksmanship Program (1998-present) http://thecmp.org/training-tech/state-director/
- NMSSA Presidents Award 1988, 2015.
- NMSSA Distinguished Coach Award 1994.
- NMSSA Honorary Member 2015.
- 4H Socorro County Appreciation award 2000.
- NMT Physical Recreation Department “Honor and Appreciation presented to Ginger and Jim McLemore for your decades of Outstanding Service and Mentorship to NMT Shooting Sports; presented by New Mexico Tech Sports Club Program April 23, 2015”.
- National Record for Women's Team 300 yd High Power Rifle 1989.
- Member of the Women's International Randall Team (smallbore rifle) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017. Member of the International Dewar Team (smallbore rifle) 2002, 2006, 2008, 2017.
- Member of the Women's International Goodwill Randall Team to England in 2001, 2009, 2017.
- Member of the Roberts International Team to England in 2009.
- Awarded Distinguished Rifleman Badge for Smallbore Prone.
- Coached winning Whistler Boy Smallbore Rifle Team 1998, National Rifle Championships.
- Member of Black Hawk Ladies Team which set a new Women’s National Record in the prone metallic team sights (.22 rifle) and won the National Metallic Team Sights Prone Championship, Camp Perry 2003.
- Member of Black Hawk Ladies Team which set a new Women’s National Record in the prone metallic team sights (.22 rifle) and any sights team and won the NationalTeam Prone Championship, Bristol, In, 2017.
- Women’s Metallic Sights Prone Rifle Champion , National Rifle Championships, 2006, 2008.
- 2nd place grand aggregate in the 2010 NRA National Metric Smallbore Rifle Prone Championship, 2010; Woman Champion in 2013.
- Intermediate Senior Champion in the 2013 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championship.
- New Mexico Tech Team wins 2011 New Mexico Intercollegiate Smallbore and Air Rifle Team Championships, Qualifies for the NRA National Intercollegiate Smallbore Rifle Championships
- Coach New Mexico Rifle Team
- Faculty sponsor New Mexico Tech Shooting Sports Club
- State Director Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)
- Smallbire Rifle Director New Mexico Shooting Sports Associations (NMSSA)
Basics of .22 rifle clinic
- Western Wildcats Smallbore Rifle Program
updated January 22, 2019