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NorcalTob5 02-19-2022 5:19 PM

NCPPRC May 21st long range clinic live !spots available
 
Good afternoon Cal gunners .. NCPPRC is offering 2022 clinic for
Long range on May 21st 2022 long range clinic Registration is live and we got 9 spots left .


Have you ever wanted to learn from some of the top shooters in NorCal? If so, then bring your gear and join us at Sac Valley Shooting Center @ Range 12!


It will be a full day of learning and shooting, also catered lunch/drinks included! Swag bag and shirts while supplies last to first registered attendees.

NorCal’s Long Range Clinic is a perfect opportunity for new or experienced shooters to gain knowledge and gather data needed to successfully engage targets out to 1000 yards.

Our goal is to coach and help you get on target out to 1000 yards, as well as implement or tune your fundamentals of marksmanship.

The shooting distances will be from 200, 300, 500, 600, 800, 900, and finishing at 1000 yards. You will have a dedicated coach to provide guidance at each distance. Shooters will take turns shooting and pulling targets.

Round count : 120 rounds if or zero/reshoot .
(You will have enough to re test if needed )

Calibers 6mm to 338 caliber
No speed limit ( Must have chrono data for reloads or factory)

We recommend:
*Long sleeve shirts (no mats are used)
*Rifle with solid 100 yard zero
*Sling
*Bipod
*Rear bag tab gear or game changer (ask if you don’t know type )
*Backpack
*Sunscreen /Hat
*Safety glasses and ear pro are mandatory.
*factory ammo need velocity off box mfg and bullet weight
* reloads will need chrono data and bullet type weight

No Carts will be used and you will be required to
walk from pits to 1k with all gear and back to the pits.
It is recommended to wear solid hiking boots and appropriate cloths for weather .

We look forward to having all the new shooters on the line ..
thank you
NCPPRC Staff and crew

https://practiscore.com/may-21st-202...nic-1/register

savagemann 02-21-2022 9:14 AM

Are there still spots available? The practiscore link isn't working

NorcalTob5 02-22-2022 6:00 AM

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Originally Posted by savagemann (Post 26660689)
Are there still spots available? The practiscore link isn't working

Fixed the link , 9 spots left ..
look forward to seeing seeing you on the line .

Let me know any other info needed.

savagemann 02-22-2022 6:37 AM

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Originally Posted by NorcalTob5 (Post 26663384)
Fixed the link , 9 spots left ..
look forward to seeing seeing you on the line .

Let me know any other info needed.

Thank you. Just registered!

NorCalRT 02-22-2022 9:13 PM

I signed up. Never done long range before but have always wanted to get my feet wet, looking forward to learning!

NorcalTob5 02-23-2022 10:11 PM

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Originally Posted by NorCalRT (Post 26665912)
I signed up. Never done long range before but have always wanted to get my feet wet, looking forward to learning!

👍 Looking forward to seeing you on the line !

NorcalTob5 02-23-2022 10:19 PM

We are full at this point🔥🔥


A Big Thank You for everyone that is attending!
Look forward to meeting everyone that shows up 🎯!

TOB5

savagemann 02-24-2022 6:38 AM

Question on the sling requirement.....will it be implemented for shooting or just for carrying to the firing positions?

NorcalTob5 02-24-2022 11:52 AM

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Originally Posted by savagemann (Post 26669930)
Question on the sling requirement.....will it be implemented for shooting or just for carrying to the firing positions?

Sling is used to support rifle from line to line ..
we start at 200 and walk out to 1k and back to pits .
Back pack with ammo/support bags etc .. it’s nice to have youre hands free when moving.

But in our match’s we do use slings for positional (standing kneeling sitting and unsupported prone ) this typically on course of fire 3 (hardcore)
So watch out for that , when signing up for shoots but typically I carry a sling every match .. just in case the match directors get feisty!
And throw in a unsupported position stage .
Hope this helps !
Tob5

savagemann 02-24-2022 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by NorcalTob5 (Post 26671060)
Sling is used to support rifle form line to line ..

we start at 200 and walk out to 1k and back to pits .

Back pack with ammo/support bags etc .. it’s nice to have youre hands free when moving.



But in our match’s we do use slings for positional (standing kneeling sitting and unsupported prone ) this typically on course of fire 3 (hardcore)

So watch out for that , when signing up for shoots but typically I carry a sling every match .. just in case the match directors get feisty!

And throw in a unsupported position stage .

Hope this helps !

Tob5

Awesome. Thank you. Very helpful. I'll make sure I have a sling set up for carrying between positions.
I actually sew my own padded tactical style slings. I need to work on some ideas for precision rifle slings, length, pad width etc for supported shooting.

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HotCopper332 02-27-2022 11:16 AM

Thanks for sharing and inviting....I'm brand new to long range, I've always wanted to learn it. I still need to get a scope and start shooting locally. I assume first steps would be to get familiar with my gun and zeroed at 100 yards.
Any chance you (or anyone here) can recommend a couple good websites that discuss solid basics, or youtube channels with quality information. There are so many out there I'd love to cut down the start up time of sorting out who to listen to / watch.
Thanks!

NorcalTob5 02-28-2022 1:48 PM

I recommend here .. to start https://m.youtube.com/c/PHILLIPVELAYO/videos

Phil is marine scout sniper instructor and is very active in long range and PRS , the skills are applicable to many shooting disciplines .. he has a few on shooter check lists /fundamentals etc I recommend .. this will get you in the door , but there is no better option than getting behind the gun and just getting to learn your system .. and after that seek some type of training it will help you immensely, to put it all together.

any questions don’t hesitate to ask ..
NCPPRC offers practice every monthly match’s weekend and steel match’s every odd month ..
so don’t waste time , that you can be shooting !
Regards
Tob5

NorCalRT 05-22-2022 7:03 PM

Had a great time and did better then I expected. Great group of people and highly recommend it to anyone who is interested.

beenawhile 05-22-2022 7:15 PM

It was agreat time. What relay were you in?

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NorCalRT 05-22-2022 8:33 PM

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It was agreat time. What relay were you in?

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I was in Relay 1, the guy with the grendel.

beenawhile 05-23-2022 6:18 AM

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Originally Posted by NorCalRT (Post 26925661)
I was in Relay 1, the guy with the grendel.

Lol, I was pulling your targets. Then we slid over one spot for our relay, I was shooting in lane 11

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NorCalRT 05-23-2022 9:17 AM

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Originally Posted by beenawhile (Post 26926126)
Lol, I was pulling your targets. Then we slid over one spot for our relay, I was shooting in lane 11

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You killed two markers by putting rounds in the same hole. Impressive shooting.

beenawhile 05-23-2022 9:41 AM

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Originally Posted by NorCalRT (Post 26926547)
You killed two markers by putting rounds in the same hole. Impressive shooting.

Thanks!

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RonMexico 06-12-2022 2:30 PM

I really want to take this course! When will the next one be?

NorcalTob5 06-14-2022 5:04 PM

[QUOTE=RonMexico;26984875]I really want to take this course! When will the next one be?[/QUOTE
We do yearly classes , so the next sign ups will be in November December.
But you are more than welcome to sign up for practice or a match.
plenty of people to help you out, our Next practice is in first weekend of July.
Keep an eye out for sign ups here or on our website .

Adam.


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