Western Rifle Shooters Association

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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Basic Rifle Markmanship Course - Coeur d'Alene, ID - 4/26-27

Join us at the Fernan Rod and Gun Club on April 26th and 27th in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho as the WRSA presents its two-day basic rifle marksmanship clinic. Whether you are refreshing your understanding of the basics, or laying a solid foundation for further study, you're going to learn a lot!

Topics Covered:

Safe Handling
Steps of Firing A Shot
Sight Adjustment/Zeroing Your Rifle
Sling Usage
Highpower and Practical Shooting Positions
Importance of Dry-Fire Practice
Caliber Choices
Equipment Recommendations
Tactical Scenarios

Equipment Needed:

Rifle: Whatever you would grab in an emergency. We recommend a good semi-auto battle rifle or carbine, but bring what you have. .22LR will suffice for many drills, and will allow you to conserve your centerfire ammo.
Ammo: 400 rounds, 4 Magazines, Mag Carriers
Sling: Web or 1907-style
Eye and Ear Protection
Other: Bring your lunch both days, plus any other food/water and other gear you’ll need to be comfortable (e.g., hats, ground cover, knee pads, elbow pads, sunscreen, raingear, etc.)

Administrative Details:

When: April 26-27, 2008; registration starts at 8:30 am

Where: Fernan Rod & Gun Club, Coeur d'Alene, ID

Directions: From Interstate 90, take exit 15 and proceed onto North Ferman Lake Road eastbound past the ranger station. North Ferman Lake Road will become East Ferman Lake Road as you drive past the lake. Follow WRSA signs to Ferman Rod & Gun Club.

How Much: $150.00 - Buddy System Pricing: Save 25% each (e.g, two shooters = $225, etc.)

Contact Info: westernshooters@gmail.com


Anonymous Wendy Weinbaum said...

As a Jewess in the US, may I remind everyone that criminals are stopped by FIREARMS, not by talk? And that America wasn't won with a registered gun? That is why all REAL Americans put our 2nd Amendment FIRST!

April 1, 2008 at 6:36 PM  

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