By Lars Dalseide | April 10 2014 11:11

Ten-day competitive shooting program teaches the tricks of the trade in Vermont

Smallbore Rifle Shooters taking aim at NRA's National Championships in Camp Perry, Ohio

Fairfax, Virginia - You've been working on your game. Practicing your breathing, sight alignment, trigger control ... everything. But you still can't seem to break into the medal yours. Here's what you need to do.

Head up to Jericho, Vermont this June for NRA's National Junior Advanced Competitive Smallbore Rifle Camp.

“Our camp is like Top Gun for smallbore athletes. We take the best and make them better,” said NRA National Coach Trainer Daniel Subia. “Attendees can expect a challenging, incredibly rewarding training experience that will prepare them for competition at the highest level.”

What you'll experience is a collection of comprehensive training lessons and high quality coaching. In addition to one-on-one sessions with instructors, the camp features evening classes on rules, collegiate shooting, nutrition, training schedules, and more.

"We're not leaving anything out. We will do everything possible to make sure that every marksman leaves this camp as a sharpshooter or better."

The 2014 NRA National Junior Advanced Competitive Smallbore Rifle Camp is open to shooters aged 14 – 20. Applicants are selected on past performance. But don't let that stop you ... goals, plans, and demonstrated excellence in competition are taken into consideration. Registration must be postmarked by May 5.

Find your application for the NRA National Junior Advanced Competitive Smallbore Rifle Camp here.

The camp takes place from June 22 to July 2.

For all qualifying applicants, prepare your rifles, prepare your spirit and get ready to take on the Fort Ethan Allen Range Complex in Vermont.

It's going to be quite the summer.

Comments

Comments are closed

Powered by BlogEngine.NET Theme by Cylosoft © Copyright 2014 The National Rifle Association of America