Well, based off of the current environment and the concern for safety, social responsibility, and to better accommodate each enrolled student, we have decided to cancel/postpone the May 18-21 Long Range Precision Marksman – Basic class. We really wanted to go ahead with this class, but with the current mandatory self quarantine for outside visitors to Montana and the still mostly locked done environment in the Montana economy, there was little we could do. We held out as long as we could, hoping things would be opened up a bit more, but alas, it did not happen.
The logistics make it difficult to schedule and organize these classes, and the pandemic makes it even more difficult, so we are not sure we can reschedule it for this year. We are allowing all effected students to either request a refund of their deposit or to reschedule for a class next year. Additionally, we are opening up our June LRPM-basic class to these students as well. Our Polson location can accommodate larger class sizes, which we prefer not to do, but will make an exception due to this special case. Though I have to provide the warning that there is no guarantee that the June class will not be cancelled for the same reason. We are hopeful, and Montana is looking pretty good in terms of handling the virus, but there is probably a 50/50 chance the state will not be opened completely.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns. Please let me know.
Thank you everyone for understanding, and be safe and shoot straight.
Do you have an idea when you will offer the class in the future?
We are trying to find another time, unfortunately we are still working around state quarantine rules and then of course range scheduling once that has been resolved.