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:
Join us every Friday for our 40-yard sharp shooting competition.
40-Yard Friday’s Details:
– Hit a playing card from 40 yards to qualify for the semi-finals at the end of March.
– Iron sights, 8 shots, 9mm and above.
– One Final sharp-shooter will win a Premium Membership valued at $495 and have Bragging Rights!
Semi-finals will be held at the end of March.
Stop by the TTC range and take your shot!
We are turning 3 this Sunday February 17th - Woohoo!
A BIG THANK YOU from us to all of you whom have helped make this possible!
Our 3rd Anniversary means a deal for you
It's our 3rd Anniversary so we are offering 10% off on all memberships or 15% off when you upgrade your current membership now thru Monday!
Join us for cake on Sunday between 11am and 6pm.
Tactical Training Center Anniversary
Also on Sunday Feb 17th: Bowling Pin Shoot from 9am to 11am
This is a fun, round robin tournament style event where you will be shooting actual bowling pins - come with your 9m or higher handgun!
Bowling Pin Shoot Registration
Must Watch Video 8 Seconds Faster
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.
Becoming a fast and accurate shooter, is a combination of acquiring skills and understanding efficient human movement. Speed and accuracy does not have to comprise safety, it should augment it. Learning to shoot fast and accurately is an acquired and appreciated skill. It takes time, instruction, practice and the development of skill to acquire it; and it will depreciate if it not maintained.
I'm still pulling my foot out of my mouth. Poor guy. Apparently it's been a long road to recovery for him and he doesn't appear in public very much from what I read.
The angle of the picture makes the shot very unflattering.
OP- A great way to stay busy is to ask the mate to teach you and your kids how to make terminal tackle and rig baits. They will be more than happy to let you do their job and it's good to know if your getting into fishing