Women On Target Marksmanship Clinic Available

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posted on August 24, 2017
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A National Rifle Association (NRA) instructional shooting clinic for women only will be held at the Gary Anderson CMP Competition Center on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. The Women On Target event at the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) facility is open to female marksmen of all ages and experience levels—aimed to instill firearm handling, safety and confidence in a friendly environment.



The clinic will run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is led by NRA Certified instructors that provide one-on-one, hands-on air rifle and air pistol guidance on fundamentals and technique. The CMP's indoor air gun range, where the clinic is held, contains 80 electronic target firing points, with large overhead LED screens and monitors next to each participant to keep everyone involved.

No prior experience is necessary to attend the clinic. Cost of admission is $39 for ladies 17 and older and $19 for ladies 16 and under. Fees include coverage of air rifle/air pistol rentals, ammunition, lunch, snacks and NRA Women On Target filled resource bag.

Registration is now open. Sign up now for a fun and informative girls' day out.

For more information visit wot.nra.org


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