Registration Now Open For 2018 NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape Events
FAIRFAX, Va. – Registration is now open for the 2018 NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape events, the premier shooting sports and hunting training excursions tailored exclusively for women. There are currently three scheduled Women’s Wilderness Escape events this year.
Women’s Wilderness Escape at Seven Springs Resort – June 1-4, 2018 At Seven Springs Resort in Champion, Pennsylvania, attendees will learn how to safely handle and operate a shotgun, explore the game of sporting clays at one of the country's best facilities, and discover valuable lifesaving and first-aid skills all while relaxing and enjoying the beauty of the surrounding Laurel Highlands. Registration costs $995, and is all-inclusive.
All-Women Shooting and Hunting Class – June 7-10, 2018 This two-day event, featuring instruction by shooting champion Jessie Harrison-Duff, teaches participants long range shooting and hunting principles at the Queen Mountain Lodge near Evanston, Wyoming. Capped at 14 registrants, each student will have the opportunity to learn new shooting skills on the Camilla, Weatherby's first rifle designed by women, for women. Each Camilla is equipped with a Freedom Scopes 4-12x40 from Leupold to use during the class. At the end, each student will have the opportunity to purchase the Camilla and Leupold she used at VIP pricing. Registration costs $2,500, and includes airport pickup and drop-off, lodging, and instruction costs. All gear and ammunition is provided.
Women’s Wilderness Escape at NRA Whittington Center – Oct. 1-6, 2018 This six-day escape teaches participants how to safely handle and operate a shotgun, rifle and pistol. The NRA Whittington Center in Raton, New Mexico, is among the finest shooting complex in the nation. Its 33,000 acres are nestled amongst the scenic western mountains and high mesa country of New Mexico. In addition to training, participants will enjoy a visit to the Frank Brownell Museum of the Southwest, wine and paint night, survival training and more. Registration costs $1,750, and is all-inclusive.
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