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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.

SEND A NEW SHOOTER TO OUR "FIRST SHOTS" EVENT

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