Civilian Marksmanship Program

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Port Clinton, Ohio 43452

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American shooters and hunters dating to the 18th Century have been firing on a variety of targets for defense preparedness, hunting and competition. As technology has advanced, so have the targets we use. For decades, printed targets have been the mainstay of military, police and civilian marksmanship activities - and will remain an important part of our sport indefinitely.

The science of precise acoustic sound management and measurement, however; has taken us into the next generation of targetry - electronic scoring of projectile impacts from conceal carry distances to upwards of 1,500 yards and virtually every distance in between.

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The law specifically states: In carrying out the Civilian Marksmanship Program, the corporation shall give priority to activities that benefit firearms safety, training, and competition for youth and that reach as many youth participants as possible.