By Kyle Jillson | June 28 2014 13:30

Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program encourages incremental improvement of your aim

Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program

Fairfax, Virginia - Just about everyone would like to be a better shot. Next time you're at the shooting range, why not add some defined goals to your target shooting fun? Take a look at the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program and discover how easy it is to create a training regimen - at your own pace - to improve your aim.

The Marksmanship Qualification Program adds structure and achievable goals to your range visits, helping you develop and improve your marksmanship skills. Qualification shooting is completely informal and is available throughout the entire year. The program sets milestones for progress and provides prizes along the way.

As you reach the different rating levels, you'll receive a medal, certificate and patch to recognize your shooting prowess. Everyone starts out with a large discipline patch and the rating patches are smaller so that they can be arranged around the larger one.

While the program starts at the basic levels (Pro-Marksman, Marksman), shooters will travel up the ladder to intermediate levels (Marksman 1st Class, Sharpshooter, Expert) and eventually the nationally recognized skill level - Distinguished Expert - the pinnacle of the program. The Distinguished Expert rating is parallel to a competitively classified Sharpshooter. From there you can jump to that classification tree and rise to Expert, Master and High Master.

The beauty of the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program is that shooting can be conducted anywhere -- on public ranges, at your favorite club range, even on your own home range. Because of this, the program is run on the honor system and there's no incentive to cheat since you're just working on marksmanship and not competing with other shooters.

Air gun qualification courses are especially suited for informal home air gun ranges and family learning environments, so good news for all you BB and pellet gun shooters. Parents can shoot side by side with their children or start a neighborhood air gun shooting sports program for their children and their friends.

BB gun, air rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader, pistol, rifle, the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program has it all and anyone can participate. Check out the website for more information and start having some individual or group fun that can last a lifetime.


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