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Old 01-15-2019, 10:47 AM
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Default NCPPRC 2019 Intro To Long Range Shooting Clinic

Ever wanted to try long range shooting and don’t know where to start?!

Nor Cal Practical Precision Rifle Club presents an introduction day to our practical/tactical long range shooting sport!
Hosted at Sacramento Valley Shooting Center’s 1000 yard range.

This event is limited to 50 shooters!

COST: $120
April 6th, Saturday 2019 @ 7:00am – 7:30am Check In. Don’t be late!
Clinic goes from 7:30am to 5pm.
Cost: $120 per participant (No refunds for cancellations)
Your fee includes range dues, Storm Tactical data book, drinks, and lunch at the end of the day.

Registration opens up on January 27th @ 7pm via Practiscore


Topics covered during the clinic:
I. Introduction to our shooting discipline here at Sac Valley Shooting Center.
II. Prone and positional shooting tips and techniques.
III. How to run your rifle and optics
IV. Data Development – Gathering data for your rifle and load out to 1K.
V. Trigger Time – every 2 participants will have a spotter/coach on the line to help you get data out to 1000 yards or as far as your equipment will allow you to safely shoot.
VI. If time permits we will cover rifles, caliber choice, and equipment.

Required Equipment:• Scoped rifle chambered in .22cal up to .338 cal with 80 rounds of ammo.
• Empty Chamber Indicator Flag. (You can pick one up during registration for $1.00)
• Rifle Sling and some sort of pack to carry all your kit in. All rifles will be carried UN-CASED.
• Bi-pod. Rear rest or sand sock will be handy.
• Please have your rifle zeroed at 100 yards. All of our drop data starts at 100yards.
• Note taking gear. Tools to run your rifle and optic.
• Eye and ear protection are mandatory. Dress for the weather, we will shoot rain or shine. Sun block.
• We will have water on the firing line and in the pits.
• We walk the entire range so please have your gear mobile and be ready to move.

This clinic will fill up VERY quickly. Our last clinic filled up in less than ten minutes.

(You must be 18 years of age or older and can legally own a firearm to participate in this event.)
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Old 03-09-2019, 3:57 PM
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Just curious who's going to take the class. Unfortunately, my schedule doesn't fit for this or the wind-reading class.
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