Guns APO Riflecraft: Training – Clinics – Workshops Industry News October 14, 2016 Ashbury Precision Ordnance is definitely best known for their custom precision rifle work, but recently they announced a new expansion: Training. They call it Riflecraft, and here's what they have to say about it. APO Riflecraft: Training – Clinics – Workshops Ashbury Precision Ordnance (APO), manufacturer of the patented SABER® modular rifle chassis system, premium grade precision rifles, and long range shooting accessories is expanding its line of client services with the introduction of Riflecraft. This new client service offers an innovative series of core rifle marksmanship programs conducted in the picturesque forested mountains of Central Virginia by a company dedicated to providing exceptional Riflesports experiences. Ashbury's lineup of full training programs, advanced skills workshops and field shooting clinics are designed to attract new outdoor-oriented millennials, active rifle shooters and hunting enthusiasts. Ashbury's Riflecraft programs grew out of the “country comfortable” APO Experience, an experiential shooting sports initiative for adventurous travelers and corporate retreats. The APO Experience offers customized “bucket list” Riflesports experiences, complemented with end-of-the-day artisan and chef inspired forest-to-fork cuisine, cordials and engaging fireside conversations with experienced firearms professionals. “All Riflecraft programs are designed to educate, build core marksmanship skills, energize new firearm owners, and challenge seasoned shooters alike,” says Adam Wilson, Ashbury's Marksmanship Activities Coordinator. “Ashbury is proactively working to introduce precision rifle sports to more women and youth participants through our active sponsorship program. Riflecraft's goal is to introduce and promote the many positive aspects of rifle shooting sports that inspire personal confidence, teach responsibility, enhance the enjoyment of shooting and encourage good sportsmanship.” Adam Wilson is an APO Shooting Team member and veteran US Army Sniper with multiple combat deployments, a marksmanship instructor in the Texas Army National Guard and firearms training blogger at 1 MOA Solutions. He is a passionate advocate for civilian marksmanship training with a proven instructor background helping shooters reach their true potential. Adam joined the Ashbury team to focus on growing Riflecraft programs by cultivating new recreational shooters, promoting long range precision shooting, and improving the marksmanship skills of predator and big game hunters. “Ashbury is pleased to be working with Adam Wilson as our new Marksmanship Activities Coordinator,” said Matthew Peterson, Ashbury Product Development Coordinator and APO Shooting Team Captain. “Riflecraft programs will increase our outreach to new sport and recreational shooters at all levels and further strengthen the APO brand in the highly competitive custom rifle market space.” Read more about it here Explore RECOILweb:Magpul Essential WalletOfficers Down in DallasSons Of Liberty Gun Works M76 Rail & 0% Financing for Cops | SHOT 2019KC Eusebio Joins Team GLOCK Shooting Squad NEXT STEP: Download Your Free Target Pack from RECOILFor years, RECOIL magazine has treated its readers to a full-size (sometimes full color!) shooting target tucked into each big issue. Now we've compiled over 50 of our most popular targets into this one digital PDF download. From handgun drills to AR-15 practice, these 50+ targets have you covered. Print off as many as you like (ammo not included). Click here to get IMMEDIATE ACCESS to a digital PDF of this target pack!