Learn Long-Range Shooting From the NRA

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posted on May 9, 2016
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Have you ever envied those skilled shooters who can hit tiny targets out to 1,000 yards? The truth is, long-range shooting is a skill that just about anyone can learn with patience, practice and the right instruction. That's why you'll be pleased to know that the NRA's Precision Long Range School is now open to registration. This unique school covers a spectrum of long-range shooting disciplines. Further, it allows students to incorporate best practices from all types of long-range competition disciplines, tactical long-range methods and long-range hunting techniques. There are three choices for class dates: July 2-3, August 13-14 and Sept. 3-4, 2016, at Peacemaker National Training Center in Gerrardstown, West Virginia. 

The NRA Precision Long Range School school was created by expert shooters and instructors to provide students with the world’s absolute best equipment, ranges and instructors. Provided equipment includes Surgeon Rifles with Modular Driven Technology Chassis, chambered in the low-recoiling, very high-ballistic-coefficient .260 Remington cartridge, Nightforce Optics ATACR MIL-R optics, AWC Silencers suppressors, Swarovski range-finding binoculars and spotting scopes, Nexus ammunition and Kestrel wind meters with applied ballistics software.

To register, or obtain more information about the NRA Precision Long Range School, visit https://www.nraoutdoors.com/schools/long-range-school?eventid=63, or call (844) 672-6883.

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