CAMP PERRY, Ohio – Parallel to the CMP-USMC Junior Highpower Clinic, an advanced rifle course is also available during the National Matches for any competitive shooter interested in evolving his or her skills. The clinic will be held July 15-17, before the start of the highpower events.
The Advanced Remington-Bushmaster Highpower Clinic provides serious shooters with a venue to learn in-depth service rifle competition techniques. Although no live firing is conducted during the clinic, students will have the opportunity to take part in a squadded practice to better train themselves on positioning, trigger control and other competition aspects.
Kenneth Roxburgh, retired U.S. Marine, and members of the Remington-Bushmaster Team will lead the course in classroom and range instruction. Topics to be discussed during training include rifle safety and handling, slow and rapid fire techniques, effect of weather, positioning, team shooting, courses of fire and equipment care.
Last year, over 40 students participated in the clinic under the direction of Roxburgh, who is known to have an intense, yet effective, teaching style. Through the open and engaged preparation sessions, students are guaranteed to graduate from the course with a better sense of rifling methods and the skills to enhance their competitive talents.
For more information on the Advanced Reminton-Bushmaster Highpower Clinic, visit http://thecmp.org/NM/AdHPClinic.htm.