High Power Rifle Clinic
April 11 9:00The goal of this clinic is to familiarize shooters with proper Service Rifle marksmanship techniques, zeroing rifles, slow fire & rapid fire, prone standing & sitting positions, use of sling, safety, range rules, pit duties and scoring procedure for National High Power Match Course competition.
This clinic is for new shooters or for those who wish to brush up on skills.
The course will be conducted in the new pavilion from 9:00 to approximately 1:00 and then move out to the 200 yard line at the 300 yard range.
An abbreviated National Match practice match will be
held consisting of:
Stage 1. Sighters and 10 rounds slow fire prone.
Stage 2. 10 rounds rapid fire prone.
Stage 2. 10 rounds rapid fire standing to sitting.
Stage 4. 10 rounds slow fire standing.
What you need to bring:
Hearing and eye protection
Service rifle ( M1 Garand,M1A, or AR 15 with sling).
Shooting coat and glove if you have it.
Note: The club has an AR 15 match rifle and an M1 Garand available for use for anyone not wishing to invest in equipment at this stage. Ammunition will be made available for club rifles at a reasonable cost.
Pre-registration is not required but appreciated. There is no cost for this clinic.