If you have never shot long range before and are entertaining joining a league or getting yourself more educated on the burgeoning sport, this is a great opportunity! Modular Driven Technologies (MDT), the world-class manufacturer of after-market stocks for competition rifles, is teaming up with QPro Defense to provide shooters with an extraordinary, educational experience.
The first classes to be offered are March 30th and 31st so it is coming up quick if you would like to get in. If you are interested, QPro Defense is asking that you reach out to them to register and for further details. The complete Press Release can be read below, and to contact QPro Defense, click through on this link HERE:
Everson, Washington – March 13th, 2019 – Modular Driven Technologies is proud to announce a partnership with QPro Defense. QPro Defense is a Veteran Owned Small Business based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. QPro Defense specializes in providing small arms instruction and is staffed by an instructor cadre of current and former Special Operation personnel from the United States Army, United States Marine Corps, and United States Air Force.
Modular Driven Technologies is providing QPro Defense with six rifles to be used for QPro’s precision rifle classes. The rifles feature our ACC, LSS -XL Gen 2, ESS, and Oryx chassis systems. Three of the rifles are chambered in 6mm Creedmoor and three in 6.5 Creedmoor. The barreled actions are Howa 1500’s and the rifles are equipped with the Lucid MLX 30mm First Focal Plane Rifle Scopes. The rifles will be available for student use at no extra cost. Students simply provide their own ammunition.
An MDT representative will be available during class to offer a presentation about our chassis systems, answer questions, and assist with class. Customers will now have the opportunity to try out one of our chassis systems while receiving world-class precision rifle instruction.
For our readers out there, are you currently someone who engages in a lot of long range shooting? Are you interested in giving it a try? What kind of things would you hope to learn from a course like this? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.