Requires a High Power Rifle; shot at ACADEMI in Moyock, NC. Competitions include National Match Course (200, 300 & 600 yd / three position), Long Range (1000 yd), Sniper (300 & 600 yd) and Garand (200 yd) Matches all shot under NRA and CMP rules.
If interested in participating in any of the NCRR-sponsored rifle matches, please send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
Full name including full middle name, Country of citizenship, date of birth, address and telephone number (preferably cell). This information is required in order for you to gain access to the Academi Training Center, located in Moyock, N.C..
A home email address is also preferable to a work email address in case a match cancellation has to be mass-emailed after working hours.
Registration for each match must be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than the Monday evening of the week the match is held.
This clinic will be classroom only held in the NCRR club house.
The primary focus will be on NRA and CMP procedures for competitive high power rifle shooting.
We will cover safety and how to safely handle your firearms. The focus will be on the service rifle and we will go over safe loading procedures of the Garand rifle.
You may bring your equipment as we will be going over firing positions at the end of the clinic. Do not bring ANY AMMUNITION and make sure you have an EIC (chamber flag). Leave your rifles cased until the end.
For those of you who wish to participate and do not own a Garand, we will have them (Garands) available.
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PARTICIPANTS: OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
RESTRICTIONS: No ammo! All ammo will be provided by NCRR to ensure safety and fairness. No turkey chokes. We have a choke gauge. Some brands of FULL choke pass, but others do not. So please bring an assortment of chokes
CLUB PROVISIONS: The club provides eyes, ears, and shotguns. You are welcome to bring your own.
Tactical Shotgun @ Norfolk County Rifle Range
Multiple stages of mixed targets, about 25 rounds per stage. Shooters should expect to shoot moving targets, shoot on the move, and shoot prone.
When: 8:00am sign in, 8:30am safety brief (attendance required), 9:00am first shooter begins.