Improve game harvest with sharpened shotgun skills and shot shell knowledge
Kansas City, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer Effective Wingshooting for the Hunter courses in the Kansas City and Warrensburg areas. These courses help shotgun hunters improve shooting skills, understand shot shell loads and choke patterns, estimate range, and understand the benefits of nontoxic shot.
Registration is now open for an Effective Wingshooting course 660-530-5500.on Saturday, Sept. 19, at the University of Central Missouri Shooting Range, 454 S.E. Division St., in Warrensburg. The course is free but limited to 20 participants. Registration closes . Refreshments will be provided but participants are on the own for lunch. For more information or to register, call
MDC’s Lake City Shooting Range in Jackson County will offer a two-day Effective Wingshooting course on Friday and. The course is free but pre-registration is required. Registration opens and closes . The session will be from at the range, 28505 E. Truman Road, Buckner, Mo. On , the session will be from To register, call 816-294-3194.
Participants in Effective Wingshooting must bring their own shotguns and choke tubes. They can bring hunting ammunition if they wish to test patterns. MDC will provide nontoxic steel shot free of charge. The courses will including shooting on trap ranges.