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The MRA’s 12th Annual

“WOMEN’S INSTRUCTIONAL SHOOT”

June 10, 2017

If your a woman 21 or older and haven't shot in a while or if you've never shot before and want to find out what it is like to shoot a pistol, rifle or shotgun, or are just in the mood to try something safe, fun and different, this day is for you.

WHO: Any woman 21 or older interested in trying firearms for the first time or learning more about the shooting sports in a safe, friendly and low pressure environment.

WHAT: A day of safe fun. We'll start with brief classroom instruction in safe firearms handling followed by range demonstrations and coaching while you get to shoot airguns, pistols, rifles and a shotgun. All firearms and ammunition will be will be provided as well as lunch and a drawing for a free Basic Firearms Safety Course (a $150.00 value) from our State Police certified Instructors as well as other prizes. Discounts on membership will be available for those wishing to join the MRA. Space is limited and advance registration is required.

WHEN: Sunday June 10, 2017 from 8:00 am (mandatory safety briefing) through mid afternoon (to allow everyone a chance to try each event).

DEADLINE: All applications must be received no later than May 20, 2017.

COST: $40.00 per individual or bring a friend or family member and pay only $70.00 for the two of you. Fee will help defray cost of materials provided including ammunition, targets and lunch.

Space is limited in order to provide both the maximum amount of range time and appropriate coaching. Reservations will be filled on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to attend with a friend it is suggested that you submit your applications together.

Applications can be found HERE . The completed application and payment must be received by the MRA in advance to reserve your place at the event. Please include your tee shirt size.

A special thanks to Carl at Four Seasons Firearms of Woburn for helping to sponsor this event each year.

 

Women's Instructional Shoot

 

Welcome to "Mass Rifle"


The Massachusetts Rifle Association (MRA) was founded on November 4, 1875 and has been the home to many pioneers and innovators in the area of the shooting sports.  Harry M. Pope, the world famous maker of the precision rifle barrels, E.E. Partridge, the inventor of the sights that bear his name and the author Corbin Gould who, in 1885, published "The Rifle", the forerunner to the NRA's "The Rifleman"  all were early members of the MRA who used the club's facilities to put their theories on shooting to the test.

From 1875, with thirty members and horse drawn carriages bringing shooting enthusiasts and Civil War veterans, to the over 1,000 Members that the MRA has today, we have promoted the safety, education, discipline and yes, the fun that can be had while enjoying the shooting sports.

We welcome new shooters as well as "old hands" as members and offer 24 hour card key access to our two indoor ranges (50 and 87 feet) as well as the availability of several outdoor ranges including: a 100 and 200 yard rifle range; a 50 yard rifle/pistol range;  30 foot pistol range; trap field; sporting clays field and archery range.  Our members have gone to the National Matches and many participate on our rifle and pistol teams (beginners welcome and mentoring available at no extra cost) and in various levels of competition.  We also have a very active junior's program to teach young adults the shooting disciplines in a safe and educational environment.

Our welcome to you today is as cordial as that extended by our founders over 125 years ago.  Please feel free to visit us on the web or stop by our offices on Sunday mornings from 9am to 12 noon or Wednesday evenings from 6pm to 8pm where one of our volunteers will be happy to give you a tour.

The future of the Massachusetts Rifle Association...


Will it include YOU?

 

 


 

 
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