PA Junior Intermediate Smallbore Rifle Camp

June 18—22, 2014

 The Pennsylvania Rifle and Pistol Association and a grant from Friends of the NRA will support the state wide, 3 position summer camp program.  This camp is intended for intermediate level junior shooters, who have shooting experience and would like to grow as a marksman.  The facilities of Indiana University of Pennsylvania will be used for housing and dining and the indoor rifle range is located at the Indiana County Fairgrounds.  The camp capacity  is 20 junior shooters, ages 13 to 17 and will be held June 18 – 22, 2014.  All shooting is with .22 cal. target rifles, on a 50’ indoor rifle range.


A variety of shooting exercises and events make up the program. The SCATT system is used to analyze the natural point of aim of a shooter so proper alterations to positions can be made.  The goal of this camp is to expand and advance the shooting levels of the junior shooters attending.  We encourage junior shooters who are interested it participating and competing in higher levels of competition to attend.  In addition to the coaching from our volunteer staff, juniors have the opportunity to meet others with similar interests and abilities. 


Camp registration fee is $200. The fee, along with an NRA Foundation Grant and support from the Penna. Rifle & Pistol Association, provides the campers with dormitory rooms, meals, transportation on campus, and related marksmanship materials.  All applications will be reviewed and 20 shooters will be selected.  Final deadline for submission of applications is March 15, 2014.  Please call or email Julie Vavreck to receive an application at 814-602-5889 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Julie Vavreck
PA Junior Intermediate Smallbore Rifle Camp
Camp Director