Beretta Young Shots Scheme returns for 2016

Following a successful launch last year, the Beretta Young Shots Scheme will offer support to shooters between 16-20 years of age that have been achieving regional success.

Ronnie Green was on the scheme this year

Ronnie Green was on the scheme this year

Applications open 1 January and close at the end of February. Candidates must complete an application form and provide a reference (parent or shooting instructor), and they could benefit from support in different ways. These include financial support of up to £200 in entry feeds, a Beretta uniform and gear worth £500, the loan of a new competition Beretta shotgun and an option to buy that gun at the end of the year with a £1,000 allowance towards the optional purchase. They will also receive a gun-fitting session and service as required throughout the year.

If you fancy yourself as the next John Lee, Aaron Heading or Joy Hirons, email warrent@gmk.co.uk for an application form.

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4 comments on “Beretta Young Shots Scheme returns for 2016
  1. Lee Thompson says:

    Is there a program like this in the USA

    • Huw Hopkins says:

      HI Lee, I’m sure companies offer sponsorship to young shots over there, perhaps moreso than in the UK, but they might not be as well advertised. Try approaching some yourself and building a CV of your accomplishments.

  2. James Spratt says:

    Can you send me a form please.

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