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Smallbore F Class Clinic / 2020

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I am looking to gauge the intrest in holding an " Introduction to Smallbore F Class " Clinic in 2020. The Clinic would be held in either Pa or NJ and would cover the following material:

What is Smallbore F Class Rifle

Optics

Bipod/ Rest

Ammunition

Targets

Basic Wind Reading

Course of Fire

 

The Clinic would be taught by experienced SB F Class Competitors

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