Competitive sharpshooter Hikari Kokura hopes to join the Chidori High School light-beam rifle shooting club — but the club has been disbanded! If she wants to hone her skills, she’ll have to recruit fellow students and save the club!
Hikari just started at Chidori High School, and she's gonna join the Rifle Shooting Club — but only if she can find four students to join the club before the day is over!
Hikari knows what she’s aiming for: the Olympics! Before she can hope to compete there, however, she’ll need to try competing against other shooting clubs to gain experience.
The Chidori RSC's first practice match is here, and their opponents attend none other than Asaka Academy High School — home of last year's Nationals' runner-up!
After an enjoyable Sunday, the team returns to school and learns they need a new club advisor to be eligible for the qualifiers!
Prefectural qualifiers are tomorrow, and nerves are running high for everyone in the competition. Can Hikari keep her cool on the range, or will consistency be her downfall?
Hikari is in second place, so she’s guaranteed to advance to Nationals, right? Unfortunately, there are still plenty of competitors who could beat her score!
They might be headed to Nationals, but that doesn't mean the members of the Chidori RSC can slack off on their finals! Too bad they only have two days before the big test...
The road to Nationals is almost at its end. The destinies of Hikari and her friends lie ahead at the Tsutsuga Rifle Range in Hiroshima prefecture!
When Yuko decided the team competition order, she had no idea that the final slot was so important! Now the pressure is on Yukio to get the team off to a great start.
Marksmanship relies heavily on the competitor's mental state. Lose focus even a little, and your accuracy will be all over the place... a dilemma Erika knows about all too well.
The competition is fierce, and if Hikari hopes to compete with her more experienced opponents, she'll have to pull out all the stops in the next round of Nationals!
Weeks of training have all come down to this: the individual competition. When the dust settles, who will wear the crown of victory?