LONG RANGE SHOOTING CLASS – One day classes Thursday June 1st through Sunday June 4th, 2017
Hosted by the Matthew Axelson Foundation
This is very unique opportunity to spend a day being trained by Charlie Melton to hit targets out to 1,000 yards here in Sutter County near Yuba City, California. Charlie retired as a Navy SEAL Senior Chief after 25 years of service and 9 combat deployments. He was a Master Training Specialist in all aspects of firearms training including pistol, carbine rifle, long range shooting, close quarters combat and explosives. He trained some of our most deadly warriors such as Chris Kyle (America’s deadliest sniper), Marcus Luttrell (The Lone Survivor) and many others.
You will start the day with a classroom session where you will learn the fundamentals of long range shooting. Charlie will then check your rifle to make sure it is set-up and adjusted properly. You will then travel to the range and begin shooting targets at 100 yards and work your way up to 1,000 yards.
One day course tickets are availalable for any of the four days begining Thursday June 1st through Sunday June 4th. There is a limit of 10 students per day. The cost of the school is $1,000 and is a tax deductible contribution.
A limited number of rifles will be available for rent if you do not have a suitable one. You will need a rifle with a caliber of .243 or larger and a scope of at least 14 power or more as well as quality ammunition.
Food and beverages will be provided as well as souvenirs to take home. A very limited number of spectators will be allowed at $100 each. All spectators and students must sign a liability release.
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Matthew Axelson Foundation Golf Tournament October 2014 at Chico, CA
Gorgeous weather was enjoyed by over 100 players at the golf tournament and everyone had a great time. The Foundation thanks the Chico Elks Club who hosted the event.
There was a putting contest, tee prizes, live auction items, lunch and dinner. In addition, there was a raffle of a $3,500 Matt Axelson custom commemorative rifle, an Heckler & Koch semi-auto pistol and Matt Axelson commemorative knife.