Registration begins April 1st
14-16 July 2017
The CMP/Remington Advanced Highpower Rifle Clinic offers advanced instruction in service rifle competition techniques. It will parallel the USMC Junior Service Rifle Clinic that is offered for junior competitors. A team of expert service rifle shooters and coaches that comprise the Remington-Bushmaster Team will lead this special clinic on service rifle shooting that begins with classroom instruction and offers a full day of instruction and dry fire work and drills. The clinic concludes with an expert shooter panel discussion on Sunday morning. There will be no live firing during the clinic, but it will conclude in time for all clinic students to participate in the squadded practice.
Kenneth Roxburgh, a retired US Marine will be the lead instructor. He is the former Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of the USMC Shooting Teams, and current Director of Remington’s Highpower Programs. The clinic includes classroom instruction and coached dry-firing practice. Participants in the clinic must bring their own service rifles and shooting equipment. The entry fee is $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for juniors. All participants will receive a Clinic t-shirt and certificate.
The following subjects will be covered during this course:
- Rifle Safety and Weapons Handling
- Aiming and Trigger Control
- Techniques of Slow and Rapid Firing
- Effects of Weather
- Zeroing the Service and Match Rifles
- Advanced Wind Reading
- The Data Book
- The Prone Position
- The Sitting Position
- The Standing Position
- Dry Firing, Match Etiquette
- Team Shooting
- Courses of Fire
- Care and Use of Match Equipment
- Assembly/Disassembly of Match Rifles and Maintenance
- Care and Cleaning of Match Rifles
If you have questions about the Advanced Remington-Bushmaster Highpower Rifle Clinic, contact Lue Sherman at 419-635-2141, ext. 707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.