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CaPRC Marksmanship Clinic "B" - April 12, 2014
If you attended the Clinic "A" last Saturday and learned some foundational skills, keep up the momentum with lots of dry practice and then attend the Clinic "B" in mid-April.
Come on out and join us at Angeles for the 2nd part of our new precision rifle shooter series of clinics on Saturday April 12th.
This shoot will have you gathering dope from a 100yd zero out to 600yds as well as work on spotting and calling shots and making corrections from calls.
We wil. be continuing with using the features of the scope and how to make accurate soft dope from your hard dope using ballistics software.
You need to have attended (as a shooter) one of our former "A" clinics during 2013 or 2014 in order to attend this clinic as a shooter.
We will limit this to 24 shooters so that those shooters can get maximum range time.
Fees are $75 for non members or $50 for club members.
The entry fee covers the classroom sessions, cold drinks and BBQ lunch and your use of the range for the rest of the day after the clinic is over.
Plan on a full day as the schedule has us shooting until at least 3pm.
You may participate as a non-shooter, observe the shooting portion of the day and join us for the BBQ for a reduced $25 non-shooter fee.
Tentative schedule as follows:
7:30 Classroom session on the firing line.
8:15 line goes hot. verify, correct and zero knobs at 100yds (5-10 rds)
10:00 open shooting time with instruction as needed
12:00 BBQ lunch break
1:00 open shooting time with instruction as needed
Some things to bring:
Precision rifle wearing a scope with target knobs, eye/ear protection, sunscreen, chamber flag, 80 rounds of match quality ammo, printout from a ballistics program showing your bullet drop in moa or mils as appropriate to your scope, shooting mat or blanket, bipod, some kind of rear bag or sand sock, small notepad and a pencil or pen to take notes.
Bring what you have, don't worry too much about what you don't have.
We always make do with what we have.
This is a Precision Rifle event so if the gun/scope/ammo is not capable of shooting 1moa groups, it will detract from your overall experience at the shoot.
Please have your rifle zeroed at 100yds and your knobs set to zero before you arrive on the day of the shoot.
We will verify a correct zero at the shoot, but it takes time that is better spent putting rounds on targets.
RSVPs for CaPRC members are now open. If you are not a CaPRC member but would like to attend, RSVPs will open this Friday (04/04/14). At the apprropriate time, you can RSVP here:
We are also looking for our experienced club members to show up and help instruct.
If you are able to help on the line, please RSVP anytime.