by NRABlog Staff - Tuesday, July 7, 2015
So you're tired of comfortably hitting targets at a couple hundred yards and want to up your game to four figures. Where do you turn? The are a lot of courses out there for long range shooters, but there's no better option than an NRA Outdoors Long Range School.
Not just another course on long range shooting, the NRA Outdoors Long Range School features hands-on instruction by experienced NRA Certified Instructors and some of the industry's foremost authorities on long range shooting. This class is designed to make you an experienced, confident, ethical marksman by exploring, in-depth, topics like ammunition selection, reading weather, bullet placement, spotting skills, maintenance, and more.
Each student at an NRA Outdoors Long Range School is provided with top of the line Weatherby VanGuard 6.5 Creedmoor rifles, Huskemaw 4-16 Blue Diamond Series optics, and Hornady A-Max 140gr ammunition to best learn the fundamentals of long range shooting. Over the course of the two day school, shooters will be shaped into effective marksmen with the knowledge and confidence to make shots up to 1,000 yards.
For west coast shooters, courses are held at the R&K Queen Mountain Guest Ranch in Evanston, Wyoming. All of this year's west coast schools are sold out, but you can contact NRA Outdoors National Manager Greg Ray at email@example.com to learn about 2016 dates.
On the east coast? Schools are hosted by Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, West Virginia. There's still room to sign up for the July 18-19 and September 19-20 courses, but space is extremely limited, so reserve your spot ASAP!
If you've dreamed of being able to hit truly impressive shots on a hunt or at the range, the NRA Outdoors Long Range School was created with you in mind.