Winter Long Range Training Series

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CLASS IS FULL AT THE MOMENT
 
 
For the 11th consecutive year, the Rifle Section at Range Burlington will be hosting and co-
instructing the highly successful 2016 Ontario Rifle Association Winter Training Series!
 
This course serves as an introduction to F-class shooting; with an emphasis on precision, 
prone engagement of 200-1,000 yard targets. Dates are as follows:
 
Jan 16, - Gear selection, equipment fit, what works, what doesn't and scope testing
Feb 20, - Reading wind, mirage and plotting Shots
Mar 19, - Mental Preparation and Confidence building on the firing line
Apr 16, - reloading ammo for 200- 1000 yard shooting 
 
All courses are composed of a hands on classroom component and a hands on live-fire 
exercise on the range. Classroom 8:30am-1:00pm, Range 1:00pm-4:00pm. Greasy pizza 
lunch and snax provided.
 
Course participants will require all relevant safety gear, comfortable dress for prone 
shooting, a rifle, a minimum of 50rds per range session and a scope with adjustable turrets. 
Minimum is a .22rf with adjustable scope. Centre-fire, off-the rack hunting rifles with scopes 
are more than acceptable! If you have bi-bods, rests and bags, bring'em and we'll help get 
you sorted. 
 
Course participants are expected to bring their own notepads, pens, markers, etc. 
 
Cost for the series is $250.00. You must pre-register using the form found on the ORA 
website. Payment must be made by EMT. You will receive a confirmation e-mail that a seat 
has been reserved once payment has been received.
 
Please contact bobatora@gmail.com in case of any questions.
 
Please note the class size is limited to the first 22 people that apply. Due to the small 
number of spots, please consider your registration a commitment that you will be attending. 
No refunds are available.
 
Please check the ORA calendar 24hrs in advance of each class for last minute 
cancellations due to weather, range availability, etc.
 
Location- 1540 King Rd, Burlington, which is between Brant and Waterdown on the north 
side of the 403.

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