Massad Ayoob's MAG-40

6/4/2020-6/7/2020 - Range 11 & Clubhouse - 8:30-7:00

Massad Ayoob MAG-40  This is an intense, four-day, 40-hour immersion course in the “rules of engagement” for armed law-abiding private citizens.  The course emphasizes legal issues, tactical issues, and aftermath management. 
Topics will include interacting with suspects, witnesses, responding police officers, threat recognition and mind-set, and the management of the social and psychological aftermath of having to use lethal force in defense of 
self or others.  Also covered is preparing beforehand for legal repercussions and minimizing your exposure to them. Situations in the home, at the place of business, or “on the street” will all be covered.  Range work will 
include instruction in the use of the defensive handgun under extreme stress. Drawing from concealment, two-handed stances, shooting from cover, one-handed stances with either hand, speed reloading, and more are taught with 
an overall emphasis on fast, accurate shot placement. The course will culminate with a written examination covering the classroom topics and a police-style handgun qualification course.  500 rounds of ammunition. No prerequisite. 
Tuition is $1000 ($900 for ISRA Members).
Please contact Midwest Training Group, Andy Kemp at 208-771-3413 or andy1911@imaxmail.net  and visit Midwest Training Group at www.midwesttraininggroup.net 
Author: ISRA Staff

ISRA Smallbore Rifle League & ISRA Smallbore F-Class Rifle League

5/14/2020-9/3/2020 - Range 5 - 2:00-Dusk

All matches will be on Thursday afternoon and evenings from 2:00-7:30. The course of fire is 20 shots at 50 yards (A-23 target), 20 shots at 50 yards (A-27 target), and 20 shots at 100 yards (A-25 target). 
Targets are furnished.  All shooting is prone, with a one shot minute time limit.  NRA Smallbore Rules apply as well as all NRA rules and tie breaking procedures.
F-Class matches will follow the same course of fire, but may be fired on A-27, A-51, and A-33 targets.

Awards:  Juniors must shoot at least five matches to qualify for awards.  Adults must shoot eight matches to qualify for awards. In the event a shooter fires in excess of the minimum, 
only the top five or eight matches will count for score and season average.  This is not a “cut throat” competition.  It is an “instructional” and learning experience.  
We would love to see all people who bought CMP smallbore rifles participate.

Cost:  $3.00 per match.  Ammo will be furnished to juniors.  Loaner rifles are available to juniors.

Author: ISRA Staff