Mill Creek Rifle Club

Long Range Shooting Class - March 4th

Long Range Shooting Class - March 4th

On March 4, 2017 starting at 8:00 and ending around 3PM at the MCRC Pavilion, Mill Creek Rifle Club will host a classroom only long range shooting class. This class will start where last year’s class ended. Last year’s class primarily focused on the theory of internal and external ballistics and what influences bullet flight. This year’s class will have a more practical approach. Students will learn the steps to successfully shoot out to 1000 yards and beyond!

Furthermore, participants will learn how to squeeze every ounce of accuracy out of their rifles.   The class will cover equipment selection (rifle, optics, caliber) and upgrades, how to make/buy accurate long range ammunition and how to select the best ammunition for long range shooting. Finally, this class will discuss how to shoot in various weather conditions.   And we will discuss how to correctly identify those weather conditions.  

Students who attend this class should obtain a good fundamental understanding of what goes into successfully hitting targets at ranges previously unattainable by them. And the student will have the knowledge to separate long range shooting facts from all too common fiction and old-wives tales. Participants do not need to have taken last year’s class to attend this year’s class.

The cost of the class is $30 cash payable the day of the class. Both, members and non-members are invited to attend the class. If you want to attend the class please reserve a spot today by emailing Witek G-B (witekgb”at”gmail.com). However, reservations are not necessary. Witek will email everyone the class material at the end of the class. A limited number of handouts will also be provided on a first come first serve basis. We will take a one hour break for lunch around noon.

About the Instructor

Besides being the President of Mill Creek Rife Club, Witek Grzymala-Busse has been shooting rifles competitively on and off since the early 90’s. He attained the classification of a NRA High Master with a service rifle in 2011 and has CMP Distinguished Badge No. 2053   In addition, he won the Kansas State Service Rifle championships three times, most recently in 2015. He started shooting at extreme long ranges during a visit to The NRA Whittington Center in 2000. Since then, he has regularly shot successfully out to beyond one mile. In 2015 and 2016 he placed second at MCRC’s Snipergeddon extreme long range competition besting 46 and 75 competitors.

Newsflash

"The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."
- Thomas Jefferson

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