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Whether you're just looking for a fun event or to show off your skills competitively, we've put together a list of events that are designed specifically for shooters with disabilities.

Visually Impaired Air Rifle Target Shooting System Demo

CENTREVILLE, VA
APRIL 30 and MAY 1, 2017
NOON to 5PM

The Arlington-Fairfax Chapter of IWLA and Rob Rosser, the United States Biathlon Paralympic Coach, will be holding a free demonstration of a Visually Impaired (VI) Air Rifle Target Shooting System. VI Target shooting is being considered as a Paralympic sport. More information on the shooting system can be found by clicking here. For additional information or to let us know you're coming, please email Thomas Ciarula.

Back in the Woods Again Hunt

BEAR CREEK, NC
SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2017

Back in the Woods Again is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides sportsmen and women with disabilities a chance to get in the woods and hunt. The organization was founded by Tommy Estridge and World Champion bull rider Jerome Davis, who became paralyzed after being thrown from a bull in 1998. Last year, 82 hunters attended the event and harvested 70 deer. But Back in the Woods isn’t only about the hunt. With tremendous support from the community and sponsors, the organization had been able to provide their hunters with adaptive equipment, scholarships, donations, and much more.

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National Disability Awareness Shoot

LEHIGH VALLEY, PA
OCTOBER 1-2, 2017

This is a two-day event kicks off with a free round of sporting clays or free introductory clinic, followed by an evening reception and private concert. Day two is the actual shooting event which consists of a 16-station, 75-target sporting clays course and lunch. 

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Adaptive Shooting

The NRA's goal is to increase access and participation in shooting activities for people with disabilities through specialized techniques and technologies that are safe and unique to each individual