We offer a variety of shooting classes and training. Among those are handgun, rifle, shotgun, muzzleloading, instinctive/point shooting, archery, moving archery targets, and more.
We also offer primitive hunting classes with atlatl, which includes crafting your own atlatl.
While target shooting is the foundation to learning about shooting, shooting in the interest of hunting is also one of our areas of education. We offer hunt and learns as well as guided hunt workshops.
Learn about gun safety, types of guns and try your hand at target shooting different handguns or rifles.
We also offer special group classes specialized just for women.
Learn basic archery techniques for target shooting. The class will also cover types of bows, arrows and the latest archery equipment. Students will have hands on instruction and time to shoot.
In the Moving Archery Class, you will be introduced to a challenging archery shooting program that involves shooting at moving targets
Atlatl, or spear-throwing, is a primitive hunting technique that uses leverage to achieve greater velocity than dart-throwing and includes bearing surface which allows the user to store energy during the throw. The atlatl is a long-range hunting tool that can readily impact to projectile speeds of over 93 mph. Students will make their own atlatl and learn the basics in how an atlatl works, hunting techniques and will have time to practice on the range with their atlatl.
The pursuit of game with bow and arrow is very challenging and requires special techniques and gear. Learn the basics of bow hunting from clothing and accessories, equipment choices, hunting techniques and shot placement to ways of interpreting animal signs and signals. The program includes a hike to look at stand placement and reading the landscape for game species signs.
Learn about shooting a shotgun, a valuable skill to fine tune if you are interested in hunting quail or other birds. You will learn about a variety of shotguns, safety and practice shooting at clay disks in the air.
Use your God-given gift of point shooting. Point shooting, also known as instinctive shooting, is a method of shooting a firearm quickly and accurately that does not rely on the use of the sights. After a firearm safety debriefing and introduction to point shooting, students will start out utilizing BB guns to shoot at various still targets. As students increase their point shooting skills, they will have the opportunity to challenge themselves by shooting at moving targets starting from the size of a 3-inch disk and decreasing to smaller sizes.
Naomi shoots the Smith and Wesson 500, a 50 caliber revolver that is nicknamed the "hand cannon." Check out the recoil on this!