ARPC Youth Program Air Rifle Competition Participation

On Sunday, 2 November, the Arlington Rifle and Pistol Club Youth Program participated in a portion of the U.S. Army Junior Air Rifle Precision 60 Shot Standing competition in cooperation with the Dallastown Area High School MCJROTC and the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit. The shoot was a sectional match of the US Army Junior Air Rifle Championship (USAJARC). Seven shooters representing two clubs participated in this phase of the match, which takes place over four months at ranges all over the country. At the completion of the match in January, 2015, participating shooters are ranked nationally among all participants.

On Sunday, 14 December, the Arlington Rifle and Pistol Club Youth Program will host the first annual Friendship Air Rifle match between the Monumental Rifle and Pistol Club Juniors Program and the Arlington Rifle and Pistol Club Youth Program. Six shooters from each club will compete in a course of fire consisting of 60 shots with the air rifle from a shooting position of their choice, prone, standing, or kneeling. There will be two relays, 11:00 AM & 2:00 PM, and lunch will be served between the relays. Parents, club members, and other supporters of the shooters are encouraged to come and watch the match.

Thank You,
Brian S.

One Response to ARPC Youth Program Air Rifle Competition Participation

  1. Rob Cowan says:

    I am so impressed with the poise, intellect and athletic ability of these young athletes. Our nations future is in good hands with these future leaders.

    Thank you to all of the parents, for your dedication and support.

    Rob Cowan

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