By Kyle Jillson | May 14 2015 17:00

New NRA program designed for shooters of all skill levels can be held anywhere in the U.S.

NRA America's Rifle Challenge presented by Daniel Defense

The NRA America's Rifle Challenge (ARC) presented by Daniel Defense is a new recreational training event designed to develop practical shooting skills using modern sporting rifles like the AR-15. NRA-ARC is designed for shooters of all skill levels and is able to be conducted on almost any centre-fire range in the country. In other words, practically everyone can - and should - attend an event.

NRA-ARC is a moderately physical program that requires shooters to be able to gain safe shooting positions of standing, kneeling/sitting and prone. Participants are encouraged to bring their own firearms and gear to be comfortable and gain safe firearm handling skills with equipment they're familiar using. NRA-ARC isn't just limited to AR-15s either. Any semi-automatic detachable magazine-fed rifle can be used.

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