I am looking to gauge the intrest in holding an " Introduction to Smallbore F Class " Clinic in 2020. The Clinic would be held in either Pa or NJ and would cover the following material:
What is Smallbore F Class Rifle
Basic Wind Reading
Course of Fire
The Clinic would be taught by experienced SB F Class Competitors
To promote proper firearm use and gun safety, we have our Youth Firearms Academies. These week long tactical training and safety class seek to teach your child practices for safe firearms handling, operation, and marksmanship.
These courses are available to teens aged 13-17. With a wide array of available firearms, your teen will learn the best practices for handguns, rifles, shotguns, and even muzzle loaded firearms.
All academy classes run Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Basic Academy Dates:
Advanced Academy Dates:
Sunday Feb 24th - 9am to 11am
Join us for National Shooting Sports Foundation - NSSF - safety and basic firearms familiarization session oriented towards the person who has very little to no shooting experience. The First Shots Shooting Experience will consist of classroom and range sessions led by experienced instructors.
The Tactical Training Center of NJ and the NSSF will provide all necessary firearms, ammunition and safety equipment.
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8 seconds faster because “Smooth is Fast”. If you watch the video and keep track of the time, you’ll see that this shooter, C.S. (our shooter in the drill) is about 8 seconds faster than the majority of the other shooters. Listen to how long gunfire from other shooters continue after she completes her drill.
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Actual experience? Is that because I remember people driving DeSotos?
Even if he made it back to Newark, Hoboken, Jersey City or wherever his apartment was the police would still be looking for him.
Many here on this forum said, "they should have let Aitken go". Yeah, sure. Imagine the press with, "Police don't do anything with a person who has been reported suicidal".
Before I go further I'm a supporter of Constitutional Carry.
Many use Aitken's case as a story about someone being abused by the system. I see him as a whiny little boy that never thought of the consequences of his actions. He is far from a poster boy.
NJ firearms law sucks. But we have to live by it...until it's repealed. We are law abiding citizens.