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Greywolf2008
01-07-2010, 05:57
Good morning,

Just a heads-up to let anyone who is interested in competitive shooting events that on Sunday 21 March, 2010 Grey Wolf Training Specialists, Inc. will be hosting our Long Range Marksmanship Competition at our Colchester, CT. Training Area, located in Colchester, CT.

The Details:

Event Title: Long Range Marksmanship Competition

Date: Sunday - 21 March, 2010

Location: Grey Wolf Training Specialists - Colchester, CT. Training Area
(Directions provided with registration)

Times: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Check - in starts at 9:00 am and the
competition will start at 10:00 am sharp)

Entry Fees: Competitors - $50.00 / Guests or Spectators - $10.00 (With
free access to 320 degree training range)

Registration: ALL COMPETITORS MUST PRE-REGISTER BY 10 March, 2010 (Guests may pay at the gate). No registrations will be taken that day.

Weapon / Restrictions: All weapons must be either semi-automatic or bolt
action with a caliber no less than .223 or greater
than 300 Win Mag

Events: The competition will comprise of a total of 4 timed events with
3 timed stages each:

1. Cold Bore Accuracy Shoot (Standing / Kneeling / Prone)

2. Balloon Shoot (Standing / Kneeling / Prone)

3. Moving Target Shoot (Standing / Kneeling / Prone)

4. Golf Ball Shoot (Standing / Kneeling / Prone)

Range Distance: 200m

Prizes: Prizes awarded for best overall accuracy and time:

1. $250.00 - First Prize

2. $75.00 Cabellas Gift Certificate - Second Prize

3. $25.00 Dicks Sporting Goods Gift Certificate - Third Prize

Food and Refreshments: Will be available on-site

Additional information can be obtained by contacting Grey Wolf Training Specialists at either: 203.567.4855 or info@greywolftraining.net

Be Safe

Grey Wolf Training Specialists, Inc.
www.greywolftraining.net (http://www.greywolftraining.net/)

Gallium
01-07-2010, 14:40
Irons only? Scopes? (Long range rifle newbie here...)

Greywolf2008
01-07-2010, 18:36
Hi Drew,

Because of the distance involved and the size of the targets, optics are recommended. However with that said, if someone is so inclined to use "Irons Only", we wont stop them.

If you would like additional information, please feel free to give my office a call to talk more about the event.

Be Safe


Bryan S. Williams
CEO / Director of Law Enforcement Training
Grey Wolf Training Specialists, Inc.
www.greywolftraining.net