Number 3 Welsh Wing Shooting_________________
Marksmanship goes a long way back in the history of Air Cadets and is one of our most popular activities. Think you can concentrate on distant targets and fire with consistent accuracy? It's not easy. It requires focus, agility and a very steady hand.
We’ll teach you to handle a variety of weapons safely. Firing is always done lying on your stomach (the prone position) at static targets. Progress through the course and you'll experience different types of weapons and could even take part in shooting competitions if you really prove your skills.
Ranges come in different shapes and sizes but all are in controlled conditions with full training on any weapon that you handle - safety is our top priority. To start with you'll be firing at targets that are fairly close - around 25m away. As you advance through weapons and your skill builds, you will fire at targets 100m or more away.
Shooting Weekend Dates 2012__________________
January TBC

·       February

March TBC
April TBC
June TBC
July TBC
September TBC
October TBC
November TC
December TBC
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Shooting Weekends / Awards / Courses_______________________________________________________
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W.J. Taylor Trophy Competition__________________________________________________________________________

This is an annual Inter-Wing Small Bore Competition, and usually takes place around March every year.  This is a postal shoot, and Wing teams consist of 8 cadets (best 6 to count). 

To be eligible for this competition, cadets must not have attaind their 19th birthday by Mach 31st of the competition year.
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