2016 NRA Junior Pistol Camp At Camp Perry

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posted on May 27, 2016
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The NRA has announced that the 2016 NRA Junior Pistol Camp will be held July 12-14 at Camp Perry, OH during the National Matches.

All pistol camp students will receive instruction from NRA Certified Coaches on the fundamentals of precision (bullseye) pistol shooting. The aim of the camp is to significantly improve shooting skills. The camp has been designed for beginning and intermediate shooters that are at least 12 years old. 

Enrollment is limited to only 24 students, so register now by contacting NRA at [email protected] or call (703) 267-1589.

Best of all, Junior Pistol Shooters of America, UltraDot and Larry's Guns will be drawing 3 major prizes for 3 lucky juniors who are entered in Pistol Camp, National Championships or CMP Air Matches at Camp Perry this year. The drawing will be at the UltraDot Picnic, but juniors do not have to be present to win. Check in at Building 910C at Camp Perry to see if you are on the entry list. If you ever wanted to bring a junior to Camp Perry, this is the year to do it.

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