2004 Tactical Shotgun New Shooter's Clinic
Saturday, May 1st, 2004 10:00 am
This clinic is offered for anyone who is interested in getting involved in the discipline of Tactical Shotgun competition. Attendees should already be familiar with the fundamentals of firearms safety, and the operation of shotguns. If you donít meet these requirements, but would still like to attend, please contact the program director.
The clinic will begin with a classroom session at the Pavilion. Safety, equipment, techniques, tactics and program rules will be discussed. Coffee will be provided. From there, we will move on to the range for live fire training.
Cost: $10.00, pre-registration is NOT required. ($5 Affiliate Member fee applies for non-members).
What to bring: Gun: A 12 or 20 ga. pump or semi-automatic shotgun, preferably short-barreled, with iron-sights. No rifled barrels. If the only thing you have is a long barreled hunting shotgun, thatís fine. Note: A short-stocked, ported 20 ga. shotgun will be available for use by ladies. Please contact the program director for details!!!
Ammo: A minimum of 100 rounds of birdshot. Cheap promotional loads are fine (#6 or larger birdshot please). A minimum of 10 rounds of buckshot. A minimum of 10 slugs.
Hearing and eye protection is mandatory AT ALL TIMES when
you are on the range. NO EXCEPTIONS!!
Lunch will not be provided, but attendees are welcome to join the instructors for lunch at the pavilion, after the clinic. Weíll probably be grilling, if you want to bring something to burn. The basics of this clinic can be covered in about 3 hours. It may go longer, depending on how much additional shooting attendees would like to do. You are encouraged to bring plenty of extra ammo.
If you plan on attending, please contact the director (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can get an idea of the head count.