Lapua Supports Indiana Junior Elite Smallbore Clinic

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posted on July 29, 2020
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Our friends at Lapua have announced their support of the Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association (ISRPA) Junior Elite Smallbore Rifle Clinic. The clinic begins Wednesday, July 29 and will run through Sunday, August 2 at the X-Count facility in Fort Wayne, IN.

Now in its third year, the ISRPA Junior Elite Smallbore Rifle Clinic caters to high-level junior shooting athletes who wish to compete at the collegiate level. Juniors will receive on-site coaching from collegiate level coaching staff, National Coach Development Staff (NCDS), as well as Gregg Rice, the head coach at the X-Count range. In addition to receiving advanced training instruction for 3-Position Smallbore Rifle, attendees will also have the opportunity to meet national sports psychologists, physical trainers and sport nutritionists.

"Having the shooting sports as their vehicle to succeed at the collegiate level is a win-win as they grow to become our next ambassadors for the shooting sports," said Geoff Esterline, Lapua's director of marketing.

Read about Lapua's new Rimfire Test Center at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Ohio.

Learn more about the ISRPA Junior Elite Smallbore Rifle Clinic at ISRPA.org.


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