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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:

June 24th-28th
July 22nd-26th

Advanced Academy Dates:
July 8th-12th
August 5th-9th


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