By Lars Dalseide | March 13 2010 05:06

NRA Disabled Shooting Services Vanessa Warner NRA's Disabled Shooting ServicesManager Vanessa Warner sent NRAblog an update last night upon arriving at the latest Disabled Shooting Sectional match.

I arrived in Dallas Thursday night for the North Texas adaptive shooting clinic and Disabled Indoor Air Rifle Sectional Championship. Upon arrival, I drove to the Bachman Recreational Center to meet with North Texas Chapter Director for Turning Point Nation Jason Swanson to view the site and make sure that my equipment arrived unharmed.

Friday we held the adaptive shooting clinic and practice. We arrived at the Bachman Rec. Center at 11:00 a.m. to set up the Creedmoor Range. Competitors began arriving at 12:30 for the clinic. By 6:00 p.m., when we closed the range, we had 14 participants.

Turning point will run both International and 3-Position air rifle matches that start at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. We have six people scheduled for the International Match and 22 scheduled for 3-P. Competitors have come from as far away as California to take their shot. And it should be something to see as Turning Point has been running practices for the past month in preparation for today's matches. And, needless to say, everyone is really excited to compete.

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