Author Topic: Sniper Adventure Challenge July 4-7th  (Read 7388 times)

JC5123

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Sniper Adventure Challenge July 4-7th
« on: March 01, 2013, 02:15:58 PM »
Sprint Class:
Two-man teams will be required to navigate 8-15 miles on foot to complete the course. Along the way, there will be a series of tasks to accomplish to gain additional points. These tasks may include: shooting problems with long-range rifle, carbine, and pistols; problem-solving; physical challenges; fieldcraft; communication; target recognition; memory; and other tasks.

Endurance Class:
Two-man teams will be required to navigate at least 30 miles on foot to complete the course. Along the way, there will be a series of tasks to accomplish to gain additional points. These tasks may include: shooting problems with long-range rifle, carbine, and pistols; problem-solving; physical challenges; fieldcraft; communication; target recognition; memory; and other tasks.


http://www.competition-dynamics.com/sniper-adventure-challenge-sprint-class-2013/
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Re: Sniper Adventure Challenge July 4-7th
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2013, 03:43:53 PM »
Put Tommy T and myself down to form the Minn-Iowa team  ;)

I predict a time of about three and a half days  :-\
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Re: Sniper Adventure Challenge July 4-7th
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2013, 03:58:23 PM »
Put Tommy T and myself down to form the Minn-Iowa team  ;)

I predict a time of about three and a half days  :-\

I'd join yas if you weren't planning to push so  hard.   ;D
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